The Hope-JG Foundation Adds Communications Expert Peter Rogers To Its Board
Industry: Non Profit
Peter Rogers brings 25 years of strategic leadership in a broad array of private industries as well the public sector and non-profit experience to the ALS charity.
Portland, ME (PRUnderground) July 28th, 2015
The Hope-JG Foundation announced today the appointment of Peter Rogers to its Board of Directors. Mr. Rogers is a nationally recognized communications professional with 25 years of experience leading marketing and internal communications for multimillion-dollar agencies across diverse industries. John Gregoire, Co-Founder of the foundation said “We could not be more thrilled to have Peter join our Board. His deep experience in leadership, strategy and the political arena will serve our foundation well as we work towards our primary goal of building a world class ALS/MS Residence.”
During his career Rogers served as Communications Director for Maine Governor Paul R. LePage where he set the overall communications strategy for the Administration, directed communications for all cabinet level agencies and served as a senior communications and political advisor. Peter also served as Acting Director of the Governor’s Office of Policy and Management.
“Peter’s wealth of experience and compassionate heart are a rare combination which we are blessed to have attached to our cause.” stated Linda Gregoire, Co-Founder of The Hope-JG Foundation.
Rogers has served on many nonprofit boards and belongs to a number of civic organizations and associations. Rogers is a graduate of Norwich University and has taken numerous courses from The Naval Post Graduate Center, Department of Defense Information School and Emergency Management Institute
About The Hope-JG Foundation
The Hope-JG Foundation is a 501(c)(3) corporation which was formed specifically for the benefit of families with ALS, MS and other neurodegenerative diseases. Our primary missions are twofold: To establish an ALS/MS Residence in Maine. – To inspire and promote innovative technologies which enhance the lives of the disabled and their families.