Our leadership team is comprised of individuals of our region that are truly committed to the mission. The Board of Directors is responsible for governance and support of Rhonda's Promise, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
PRESIDENT & FOUNDER
Rhonda Mack Rogers is a strong advocate for high quality educational services for vulnerable populations. She is a successful nonprofit leader and has provided consulting services for individuals and organizations in their business and personal lives. Ms. Rogers specializes in developing and overseeing new and innovative youth programs, which provide a wide variety of academic, mentoring, and social skills for adults and children. I am a nonprofit consultant and leadership coach. Ms. Rogers is commitment to families, children, and youth, and to high quality programs spans a timeframe of 30 years.
As the Executive Director for the West Palm Beach Center for Arts and Technology, Ms. Rogers oversees the daily operations, develops sustainable youth mentoring programs and community partnerships.
She is also the Founder & President of Rhonda’s Promise, Inc. Rhonda’s Promise, Inc. is a nonprofit organization committed to the success of women and girls located in South Palm Beach County, Florida.
Ms. Rogers is the Immediate Past President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, West Palm Beach Chapter, the Immediate Past Chapter President of the South Palm Beach County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is also on the board of directors of Leadership Palm Beach County and the YWCA of Palm Beach County.
Ms. Rogers received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Management (Cum Laude) from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a concentration in Human Resource Management. Ms. Rogers earned her Certified Program Planner (CPP) certification from the LERN Institute.
Ms. Rogers has received numerous awards and honors. She received the national Jefferson award, Women’s Chamber of Commerce Giraffe award, Palm Beach State College’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Alumni Community Service award and South Florida’s Most Influential and Powerful Black Professionals honor for her community service and leadership.