Kentucky State Director
Rogers has been at the forefront of many initiatives like forming Kentucky's felony cruelty law and preventing the federal government from poisoning bird roosts. Most recently, she engaged in a lengthy, cooperative effort to develop a progressive animal control ordinance for the city of Louisville.
With a long history of civic involvement, Rogers has served in leadership roles in League of Women Voters, Pet Groups United, Alley Cat Advocates, the Kentucky Animal Welfare Alliance, and other nonprofits. She was appointed to serve on several animal-care task forces and to work on the financial coordination of a city/county merged government.
Rogers earned a master's degree in economics from the University of Kentucky.
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