Chip Rogers

Chip Rogers

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Department: Georgia Works Jobs Initiative

Chip Rogers is Executive Director of the Georgia Works initiative at GPB.

Chip was raised in Georgia and is a graduate of both Georgia Tech and Georgia State. He spent 10 years in public service as a member of the Georgia General Assembly, prior to joining GPB.

Chip is a former radio/ television reporter and talk show host. He has been actively engaged in small-business for more than two decades as a real-estate investor, business consultant, advertising agency owner, and radio station owner/operator.

Chip and his wife have four children and reside in Cherokee County.

Recent Blog Posts

Georgia Works - June 7, 2013 - 1:17pm
Atlanta is home to many a corporate giant. And one of the more recent trends in tourism, is to see the inner workings of some of America’s most well-known brands. Coca-Cola and CNN have long...
Georgia Works - June 7, 2013 - 10:19am
Nuesoft Technologies started out of the ATDC business incubator program at Georgia Tech. Now some 14 years later the company is thriving as a premier “cloud-based” information technology firm in the...
Georgia Works - June 7, 2013 - 9:52am
Carrollton-based Greenway Medical Technologies has opened its new expanded corporate headquarters. Greenway has been rapidly expanding adding 300 jobs since late 2011. Governor Nathan Deal was on...
Georgia Works - June 6, 2013 - 12:51pm
Governor Nathan Deal and AT&T Georgia President Sylvia Russell have announced that AT&T expects to hire 1000 people in Georgia and create 600 new positions. The hiring is part of a multi-...
Georgia Works - June 6, 2013 - 10:02am
It’s no coincidence that the 9 states with no personal income tax have some of the highest population growth rates. People generally don’t like paying taxes. So, what if there were a way to pay 0%...

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