To be a trusted brand providing innovative and reliable services to clients across the globe, while being an agent of change for the communities we serve.
To understand the unique needs of clients, offer tailored solutions that challenge the status quo, and demonstrate impact.
Founded in 2017, RSG (Rogers Solutions Group, LLC) is a multidisciplinary team that has been dedicated to improving the seven dimensions of wellness in minority and underserved populations for over 18 years. We offer a wide array of consulting services and specialties including:
- 400 Years of Inequality
- Academic Cover Letters and CVs
- Academic Journal Article Editing
- Capacity Building
- Career Coaching
- Child Welfare & Maltreatment
- Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
- Effective Grant Writing
- Financial Freedom Coaching
- Focus Group Facilitation
- Health Equity
- Mathematics Tutoring
- Non-Profit Development and Management
- Program Evaluation
- Qualitative Data Analysis
- Social Media Marketing
- Social Services
- Statistical Analysis
- Study Design
- Survey Instrument Development
- Writing Productivity
Charles R. Rogers, PhD, MPH, MS, CHES®
As a behavioral scientist and certified health education specialist (CHES®), Dr. Charles R. Rogers currently serves as a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Family & Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah’s School of Medicine. He joined the Utah community in June 2018 after 4.5 years at the University of Minnesota Medical School, where he was an Assistant Professor (Division of Health Disparities) and National Cancer Institute-funded postdoctoral fellow (focused on cancer-related health disparities and community-based participatory research).
Since racial inequalities in health are extensive in the U.S., Dr. Rogers is committed to serving medically underserved and minority populations. As an emerging leader of the cancer health disparities workforce, Dr. Rogers has shared his knowledge across East Africa and Jamaica as well as via a number of venues including newspapers, radio stations, national conferences, minority health fairs, and television. Since he is passionate about paying it forward, Dr. Rogers has also received a number of awards acknowledging his servant leadership (e.g., 100 Most Influential Black Alumni at NC State University).
Dr. Rogers holds a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics (Accounting Minor) from North Carolina State University; MPH degree with a Public Health Administration and Policy concentration from the University of Minnesota; M.S. degree in Applied Statistics from Kennesaw State University; and a Ph.D. in Health Education from Texas A&M University.
Tiana N. Rogers, PhD, MA, MA
Dr. Tiana N. Rogers currently serves as Program Manager for the Data, Policy, and Performance Innovation team at the Sorenson Impact Center. She works on a variety of portfolios using data to inform government and not-for-profit entities with capacity building in the areas of child welfare and social services. Dr. Rogers also oversees the center’s Policy Fellows.
Prior to joining Sorenson, Dr. Rogers was a Child Protection Supervisor for Hennepin County–the largest and most diverse county in Minnesota, where she supported evidenced-based practices to reduce barriers to social services. Concurrently, Dr. Rogers also completed 10 years as the Founder/Executive Director of The Diamonds & Pearls Project: a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based not-for-profit that provided free prom gowns and accessories for high school students. In exchange for prom attire, students were only expected to provide non-perishable food items for donation to local no-hassle youth food shelves. Her career has focused on conducting research and serving as a field expert in the areas of homelessness, child welfare & maltreatment, juvenile justice, public policy, and racial disparities. In addition to being a published author with teaching experience, Dr. Rogers has also consulted with national and international social service organizations on program evaluation and development.
Dr. Rogers holds a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; dual M.A. degrees in Criminal Justice and Human Service Leadership from Concordia University-St. Paul, and a Ph.D. degree in Human Services with a Social & Community Services Specialization from Capella University.