Mrs. Rodgers first joined the DHS faculty in 2005. She teaches A.P. U.S. and Comparative Government and Politics, Academic U.S. and Virginia Government, International Relations, and Global Social Issues. Prior to teaching at Dominion, Mrs. Rodgers spent two years teaching Government and History at a public high school in Washington D.C. She also worked at the Close Up Foundation, a non-profit organization that organizes study visits for high school students to Washington D.C. and is committed to empowering students to be active and informed citizens. Mrs. Rodgers received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from the University of Virginia and has completed graduate coursework in education at the University of Virginia's Falls Church campus.
Mrs. Rodgers is a sponsor of the Global Ambassadors Club at Dominion and serves as the Director for the Loudoun International Youth Leadership Summit
, a program that she founded with Dominion students in the Class of 2012 that has since expanded to include nine Loudoun High Schools and delegates from over 25 countries.
Mrs. Rodgers was a participant in the Loudoun Creates program in 2016-2017, integrating digital content creation into her classroom. View some of the excellent examples of her students' work on the Dominion Creates YouTube page
Follow Mrs. Rodgers on twitter: @MrsRodgersDHS.
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