Rodgers joined the chapter at The College of William & Mary (Virginia Kappa) in 1990. He served his chapter in several roles, including Eminent Deputy Archon and Special Events Chairman. He graduated from The College of William & Mary in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, in public policy. In 1996, he graduated from Emory University’s School of Law with a Juris doctorate.
Rodgers is a retired real estate attorney, formerly with DLA Piper LLP, one of the world’s largest law firms. He represented companies that develop, build and invest in commercial, mixed-use, and residential real estate projects throughout the United States and abroad. His practice also included corporate law, with a focus on charitable and non-profit organizations.
Rodgers’s alumnus service to the Fraternity spans 29 years. In 2019, Rodgers was re-elected to the Supreme Council and presently serves as its Eminent Supreme Warden. Past positions include President and Director for SAE Financial & Housing Corporation, Province Epsilon-Alpha Archon, Province Epsilon Archon, Virginia Kappa Alumni Association President, Greater Atlanta Alumni Association Director, and Georgia Phi Chapter Advisor. He has served as a Faculty Member at numerous national, regional, and province leadership schools, including the John O. Moseley Leadership School, the DeVotie Ritual Institute, and the Executives Academy.
Rodgers is the recipient of the Merit Key, Order of Minerva, and Order of the Lion Awards, and has been recognized by the Supreme Council as Province Archon of the Year. He is also the recipient of the Bob Cousins Zeal Award for his sustained contributions to the Greater Atlanta Alumni Association.
Rodgers originally hails from Staunton, Virginia, and he now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He has an 11-year-old daughter, Harper, and their beloved dog, Dixie Belle.