Experience: 25+ years
Education: B.A. in English
Beth Rogers brings more than 25 years of professional writing expertise to the Concepts team. She has written for a wide range of associations, global development companies and nonprofits, covering topics such as health, the environment and public policy. All projects Beth works on — from consumer brochures to monthly newsletters to annual reports – are reader-friendly and informative. She has a deep appreciation for well-chosen words and their ability to shape perceptions and inspire.
Beth has a passion for social causes and is delighted to work with Concepts, where she provides writing, editing and social media support on several communications initiatives funded by the US Department of Labor’s (DOL) Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP).
Beth’s previous experience includes writing content for the Society for Human Resource Management and the National Association of Community Health Centers. She also covered the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design compliance for groups such as the Door and Hardware Institute and the American Association of Airport Executives. She particularly enjoys writing profiles and has interviewed many luminaries such as interior designers Carleton Varney and Roger Thomas, restaurateurs Eric Ziebold and Michel Richard, and actress Viola Davis. Beth firmly believes that every story can be compelling through good wordsmithing.
Beth graduated with a bachelor of arts in English from the University of Maryland. She is actively involved with cleanups of her beloved Potomac River and with Neighbors Assisting Neighbors, an organization that helps the elderly age in place. Her greatest desires are to tread lightly on the environment and to leave the world a better place.