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Phillip S. Rogers

Phillip S. Rogers became executive director of the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification on July 1, 2012. Prior to joining NASDTEC, Rogers worked for the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board for 12 years, including seven as its executive director. Rogers served as the founding director of the Allen County Schools Family Resource Center, recognized in 1995 as Kentucky’s Outstanding Family Resource Center by the Kentucky Association of Guidance Counselors. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Rogers received a bachelor’s degree in counseling from Liberty University in Virginia, a master’s in child development from Western Kentucky University, and a doctorate in education evaluation from the University of Louisville.