Juliane Doscher

Assistant Director for Programs
Council of Korean Americans

Location: Washington, D.C.

Juliane Doscher is the Assistant Director for Programs at the Council of Korean Americans (CKA) where, in consultation with leadership and staff, she oversees the organization’s programs and events.

Prior to joining CKA, Juliane was a Program Manager at the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based organization focused on promoting understanding and cooperation among the nations and peoples of Asia and the United States. During her tenure, she managed programs such as the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future, the U.S.-Japan Space Forum, the Maureen Mansfield Women’s Empowerment Initiative, among others.

Juliane’s professional journey has been marked by a diverse range of roles in various esteemed organizations. She has served as the Executive Assistant to the President/CEO at the Atlantic Council, Executive Assistant to the Chairman/President & Program Coordinator at Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, and Sakura Matsuri Assistant & Program Coordinator and Administrative Assistant at the Japan-America Society of Washington, DC (JASWDC). Her extensive experience in the nonprofit sector spans international relations, external relations, strategic planning, and executive, grant, event, project, and program management.

Juliane earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Japanese Studies with a minor in Creative Writing from the University of Maryland, College Park. She was a student delegate of the KAKEHASHI Project in 2015.