Bob serves as the President and CEO of Street Grace, bringing more than 30 years of corporate and nonprofit leadership and team development experience to this role.
Previously, Rodgers served as the fourth president of Richmont Graduate University, championing the addition of a new accredited master’s degree program, spearheading the efforts for a new, debt free, multi-million-dollar Atlanta campus and launching two university-sponsored mental health trauma centers.
In his former position as vice president of one of the largest restaurant chains in the Southeast, Rodgers provided oversight and support for more than 22,000 employees in 21 states. In addition, through his firm Quantum Search, he has conducted more than 24,000 interviews and led searches for key leadership positions at Chick-fil-A, Georgia Pacific, Baptist Healthcare, Curtis1000 and other major corporate, healthcare, and nonprofit organizations worldwide.
Under Rodgers’ leadership, Street Grace has experienced remarkable growth and has established a significant national presence, including offices in Georgia, Texas, and Tennessee. Through the strategic relationships and initiatives Street Grace has developed over the last 7 years Street Grace has been recognized by the United Nations and received over 45 national and international awards including 5 Cannes Lions Awards, and being named the 2nd Most Effective Brand recognized by the Effie’s ahead of Microsoft and just behind Burger King.
Having testified before Congress and been invited to the White House, on multiple occasions, to provide expertise on trafficking legislation and demand reduction strategies, Rodgers has led Street Grace to become one of the preeminent national organizations leading anti-trafficking efforts. Rodgers is a Pastoral Sex Addiction Professional (PSAP®) candidate from the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, serves on numerous boards, is a graduate of Leadership Gwinnett and is the co-founder of the Freedom Coalition, a collaborative initiative addressing global human trafficking.