Roland Wilson Appointed as Advisor of US-Korea Alliance Foundation

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Roland Wilson in front of Mason Korea Collage, smiling with arms crossed.

Dr. Roland B. Wilson, Program Coordinator, Associate Professor, and faculty advisor at the Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at Mason’s Korea campus, has been appointed as an Advisor on the Board of Directors at the  US-Korea Alliance Foundation headquartered in the state of Virginia.  

The US-Korea Alliance Foundation (USKAF) serves to reinforce the alliance between the U.S. and the Republic of Korea by educating the next generation and supporting projects and businesses in remembrance and honor of the US and ROK military.

The Foundation is led by Chairman and Virginia State Senator Chap Petersen and President Tracy Comstock, both of whom serve on the US side of Mason Korea’s advisory board.

As an Advisor for USKAF, Dr. Wilson will provide expertise and consultation on the business and operation of the Foundation.

Dr. Wilson also serves as Co-Director of the Peace and Conflict Studies Center Asia (PACSC Asia) at Mason Korea.