Dr. Rogers is a native of Philadelphia, Pa., where she was educated. She graduated from Drexel University in 1998 with a B.S. in Chemistry with honors. Instead of accepting multiple job offers in the chemical industry, she was accepted to and enrolled in the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she graduated with her D.O. degree in 2002. Dr. Rogers went on to residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Drexel University College of Medicine at Hahnemann University hospital, also in Philadelphia. She continued to excel, performing as a highly regarded and skilled resident throughout her course of training. Upon graduation, Dr. Rogers moved to North Carolina where she began her career. After 3 years in North Carolina, she relocated to Atlanta where she joined a private OB/GYN practice. She decided shortly thereafter to move on and open her own practice. She has been thriving on the south side of Atlanta, making a name for herself by showing her patients compassion and care in a “down to earth” manner. Dr. Rogers has written articles for Redbook magazine as well as TV Guide. Dr Rogers has also appeared on the KKN (Kandi Koated Nights) internet show, even being regarded as the “KKN Doc”, and will soon be featured on Black Health TV. She has founded a nonprofit organization called Sisters, Caring & Sharing, Inc., which focuses on inner city females ages 12-17. Dr. Rogers has worked with other professionals and entertainers here in Atlanta to act as mentors for these young ladies. She is also an active member in her church.