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Jacqueline H. Rogers is a Senior Fellow at the School of Public Policy, where she has taught housing, community development, military family housing privatization and finance since 1987. Between 1987 and January, 1995 she served as Secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) under Governor William Donald Schaefer. DHCD administers the housing, community development and historical and cultural programs of the State of Maryland. Ms. Rogers oversaw a budget of $123 million, annual loan and insurance activity of between $300 and $400 million, and 419 employees.
Prior to her appointment as a cabinet secretary, Jacqueline served the government of Montgomery County, Maryland for 15 years in a variety of positions. Between 1980 and 1987, she directed the Montgomery County Office of Management and Budget overseeing capital programs, operating budgets and central computer services. Earlier service included a stint as an environmental planner and four years of housing and community development work, including the position of Director, Department of Housing and Community Development.
Ms. Rogers, holds a Ph.D. from Yale University. She has served on numerous state commissions, including the 2020 Commission, the work of which led to the State Growth and Resource Protection Act of 1992. In 1994, Ms. Rogers served on the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Panel reviewing the internal operations of HUD. In 1996 she became a NAPA Fellow.
Currently, she is lead instructor for two Executive Programs for the Army designed to support family housing privatization as well as a program for the Air Force which focuses on Asset Management for privatized housing.