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We help our clients drive growth, enhance performance and sustain leadership for the clientele they serve.

We provide customized strategic advisory for leaders and technical assistance for leadership teams. We also provide publications and timely professional learning for the entire organization.

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Dr. Alan Rogers

Co-Founder and CEO of AR Leadership Partners

al@arleadership.org

1 (916) 284-5060

My Story

Dr. Al Rogers is a business leadership and management consultant, writer, and educator. He helps leaders create, innovate, communicate, and lead so that organizations achieve great results. Over the last 30 years, Dr. Rogers has served as a Professor, Consultant, Superintendent, CEO, Principal, and Teacher. He combined real-world experience in these roles with formal education having completed a Doctorate, two Master’s Degrees, and a Bachelor’s degree to develop leadership and organizational improvement systems such as Quantum Learning Leadership. Dr. Rogers has used Quantum Learning Leadership to leverage systemic transformation to restore life opportunities for thousands of learners. Improvements for complex organizations using Dr. Rogers’ methods become visible in as few as 6 months - for organizations like:

  • The Sacramento County Office of Education

  • UC Berkeley

  • The Sacramento County School of Education

  • The Yolo County Office of Education

  • Improve Your Tomorrow

  • The Galt Joint Union Elementary School District

  • Air Tutors 

  • Stanford University’s School Redesign Network

  • Tuolumne County Administration 

  • The 13 Sacramento County School Districts serving nearly 250,000 learners

Dr. Al Rogers is a happily married father of five. He lives with his wife and their two youngest, school aged children in Tuolumne County near Yosemite. Dr. Rogers can often be found hiking, working with clients or graduate students, driving kids to their next school event, and searching for missing socks the family dog “Gretta” thought would be fun to chew and hide for later.

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Rebekah Rogers

Co-Founder, President of AR Leadership Partners

rebekah@arleadership.org

1 (209) 352-6777

My Story

I am honored to be part of this endeavor and excited to work collaboratively with partners in education to identify and deliver enhancements to the astounding work of teachers, administrators, certificated staff, school counselors/social workers and more. I earned bachelor degrees in Psychology and Women's Studies and began working with victims of violence right after college. I then returned to school to earn a Master's degree in Higher Education and focused on behavior modification programs for young adults, creating codes of conduct, and doing conflict resolution in college settings with students. Life can have many twists and turns and I found myself in California with a career in Child Protective Services for over twelve years. After I left direct practice work, I found I could not really turn away from the work I loved and I found myself consulting on cases, coaching social workers and supervisors and teaching professional development workshops. I gained experience working as a school counselor for a rural k-8 school and currently serve as a board trustee for my children’s pre-k through 8th grade school district. Blending my background of social work, teaching, coaching and mentoring made for a perfect platform when my husband and I began discussing our specialist experiences and career passions. We both realized education is the field we love and it is where we want to spend our professional time and energy. I am currently earning my Master of Social Work degree and am looking forward to completion in May, 2023 so I can begin working toward my goal of becoming an LCSW and provide a nuanced lens into considering the needs of school personnel and the needs of our students and families.

  • Master of Social Work, Louisiana State University (anticipated May, 2023)

  • Adults with Learning Disabilities, Sacramento State University, (7 graduate school units, 2019)

  • Master of Arts, College Student Personnel/Higher Education- Bowling Green State University(2003)

  • Graduate Certificate, Women's Studies- Bowling Green State University (2003)

  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology- Miami University (2000)

  • Bachelor of Arts, Women's Studies- Miami University (2000)

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