Meg Rogers, Executive Director
Meg Rogers is a resident of Cherokee County, Georgia and has been working on behalf of victims of domestic violence since 1993. First as a volunteer Board Member of the Cherokee Family Violence Center, then as its Executive Director and as a member of various state organizations advocating for social change and batterer accountability. Meg previously served on the Georgia Commission on Family Violence where she chaired the Family Violence Intervention Program Certification committee, the Legislative Committee and served on its Executive Committee. She is also the past Chair of the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a 42 shelter member organization and past Chair of the Blue Ridge Judicial Domestic Violence Task Force. Meg was a recipient of the 2003 Gender Justice Award of the Georgia Commission on Family Violence.