The professional career of Guy Rodgers has spanned the education, small business, political and non-profit sectors. He has co-owned a small retail business, been a public high school teacher and adjunct professor at the graduate level, Vice President of a polling company, and founded two political consulting and strategy firms. His nearly 60 clients included four presidential campaigns, several Members of Congress, and a state Attorney General. In executive leadership roles with state and national non-profit organizations he has helped build highly successful grassroots networks comprising thousands of chapters, addressing issues ranging from protecting the family and religious liberty to combating the threat of radical Islam. In 1998 he was named a “Rising Star” by Campaigns and Elections magazine.
A graduate of the highly regarded Buckley School of Public Speaking, Rodgers has appeared on hundreds of TV and radio news and talk programs. He has been a presenter at business, non-profit, educational and political conferences and training seminars in 47 states; preached and taught in non-denominational churches and churches representing nearly a dozen denominations; and has been a featured speaker at conferences training Christian political leaders from Latin America.
He has been listed in three “Who’s Who” organizations, including the National Register’s Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals. He and his wife Beth were married in 1977 and have two grown children and one granddaughter.