Megan Rogers, Board Member
Megan Rogers is an attorney who partners with municipalities, non-profit organizations and small businesses to ensure compliance with state and local ethics and government accountability regulations, procurement processes, draft operating documents and provide business development and growth counsel.
Megan knows what drives efficient and effective procurement policies, what promotes ethical culture across the public and private spheres and how to build small businesses.
Megan served as the first staff counsel to the Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics, implementing a pioneering code of ethics, and has donated over 1000 pro-bono hours to local non-profit organizations. She has trained over 10,000 employees, officials and advisory board members in government and non-profit organizations on Florida public records, ethics, sunshine law and parliamentary procedure.
Megan holds a BA in History and Political Science from Trinity University, a JD from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and certifications in mediation and parliamentary procedure. She is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Washington, D.C., and Florida.