Rhonda Mack Rogers is a strong advocate for high quality educational services for vulnerable populations. She is a successful nonprofit leader and has mentored several other women in their business and personnel lives. Ms. Rogers specializes in developing and overseeing new and innovative programs, which provide a wide variety of academic and social skills for adults and children. Ms. Rogers’ commitment to families, children, and youth, and to high quality programs spans a timeframe of 28 years.
As our new Interim Executive Director for the West Palm Beach Center for Arts and Technology, Ms. Rogers will oversee our daily operations, develop sustainable programs and partnerships just to name a few of her duties.
Ms. Rogers is a member (and the Chapter President) of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, West Palm Beach Chapter, the National First Vice President of Program, the Chapter President and active member of the South Palm Beach County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Ms. Rogers has a strong commitment to numerous community service and outreach efforts. Under Rhonda’s leadership, the chapter has grown its membership and increased its finances, which allows for more free community programs and scholarships for needy high school seniors.
Ms. Rogers is from Delray Beach, Florida and is the proud mother of two adult sons, Trenton and Trevor Rogers. Her mission in life is to give back and lead a life of service. Ms. Rogers wants to leave a legacy and blueprint for other women to follow.
Ms. Rogers received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Management (Cum Laude) from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a concentration in Human Resource Management. Ms. Rogers earned her Certified Program Planner (CPP) certification from the LERN Institute.
Ms. Rogers has also received several awards, honors and recognition for her community service and leadership.
To contact Ms. Rogers please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 561-312-0539.