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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Association of Jewish Family & Children's Agencies Inc


Director of Jewish Family Services

Jewish Federation of Fort Worth


Affiliations

Association of Jewish Family & Children's Agencies Inc

Board Member


Education

doctorate

psychology

Baylor


Web References(12 Total References)


Association of Jewish Family & Children's Agencies (AJFCA) - Find A Service Near You

www.ajfca.org [cached]

Dr. Carole Rogers
CEO:


www.ajfca.org

CEO: Dr. Carole RogersAJFCA Group: D


The Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County

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Carole Rogers - Director of Jewish Family Services


tjpnews.com

Past Person of the Year honorees along with Shirley Givant congratulate Dr. Carole Rogers, center. Back Row from left, Sherwin Rubin, Shirley Givant, Jeff Kaitcer, Dr. Michael Ross, Dr. Al Faigin, Harry Kahn and Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger; front row, from left: Leslie Kaitcer, Earl Givant, Alex Nason, Dr. Carole Rogers, Laurie Werner and Lon Werner. | Photos: Sharon Wisch-Ray
Past Person of the Year honorees along with Shirley Givant congratulate Dr. Carole Rogers, center. Back Row from left, Sherwin Rubin, Shirley Givant, Jeff Kaitcer, Dr. Michael Ross, Dr. Al Faigin, Harry Kahn and Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger; front row, from left: Leslie Kaitcer, Earl Givant, Alex Nason, Dr. Carole Rogers, Laurie Werner and Lon Werner. | Photos: Sharon Wisch-Ray Past Person of the Year honorees along with Shirley Givant congratulate Dr. Carole Rogers, center. Back Row from left, Sherwin Rubin, Shirley Givant, Jeff Kaitcer, Dr. Michael Ross, Dr. Al Faigin, Harry Kahn and Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger; front row, from left: Leslie Kaitcer, Earl Givant, Alex Nason, Dr. Carole Rogers, Laurie Werner and Lon Werner. | Photos: Sharon Wisch-Ray I knew I'd made the right decision to attend the dinner when I saw my good friend Carole Rogers saunter in behind me. She seemed genuinely excited to see me too, and in typical Carole fashion, she made sure I had a place to sit, up front. Early on it was clear that this year's Person of the Year is Jewish Family Services' Dr. Carole Rogers. Carole moved to Fort Worth in 1999, not long after completing her doctorate in psychology at Baylor and a stint with the Texas Youth Commission. A native of New Jersey, Carole quickly adapted to Texas and made Fort Worth her home. I was privileged to meet Carole before her move to Fort Worth in a women's basketball league at the Dallas JCC. A better teammate, a person couldn't ask for. I was fortunate to experience Carole's kindness firsthand when she reached out to my mother, Rene, after my father, Jimmy, died in 2002. Mom came to love Carole as another daughter, which I imagine is a sentiment shared by many in Fort Worth. They were so close. Over the years, Carole and her able team have raised the level of services and programming at JFS to new heights. She is generous to a fault at times with her time and resources. So I thank all of you," said Carole. "You don't receive an award like this without standing on the shoulders of many, many people," said Carole. If you know her, then you know that despite her many good deeds carried out on a daily basis, Carole probably didn't even make her own list of candidates for this year's Person of the Year.


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Blanca presented handmade coffee mugs with actual prints of the twins' feet on them to Richard Ondrizek, M.D. of Burleson, Al Faigin, D.O. of Fort Worth, Dr. Gwen Tang of Arlington, Kevin Doody, M.D. of Bedford and Dr. Carole Rogers of Jewish Family Services in Fort Worth.


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