Geoff Rogers has a BA in European history and English from Colby College, and has more than three decades of professional change management experience. His commitment to racial and social justice is the foundation of his transformative leadership in guiding organizations and its staff as they learn to manage and navigate change and new opportunities.
He brings to his work an array of multifaceted experiences including working in advertising, publishing, and marketing, as well as time working in New York City Adult Protective Services serving in multiple roles such as the Director of Special Projects, Director of Training, and the Director of Operations.
Geoff’s diverse background, from public administration to management consulting, informs his work as he leads the development of expansive and inclusive learning opportunities that engage a diverse array of human services professionals.
Prior to his most recent tenure at the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging of Hunter College in 2007 as the Director of Learning and Development, Geoff was the Director of Operations for the New York City Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP).
As of June 2020, Geoff and the Learning and Development team moved from Brookdale to the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, where he now serves as the Director of the Learning & Development Projects at the Silberman School of Social Work.