Elizabeth Rogers is a band director with the Lovejoy Independent School District in Lucas, Texas, serving as lead teacher for the Sloan Creek Intermediate campus. She also assists with the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band on the Willow Springs Middle School campus.
Before moving to Texas, Mrs. Rogers taught for thirteen years in Missouri and served as Director of Bands at Neosho High School in Neosho, Missouri where she directed the high school marching band, the high symphonic band, and taught at the middle school and junior high levels. Prior to Neosho, Mrs. Rogers was the Junior High/Assistant High School Band Director at Carl Junction Schools in Carl Junction, Missouri.
In 2010, Mrs. Rogers was elected into the Lambda chapter of Phi Beta Mu, the International School Bandmasters’ Fraternity. She served as treasurer for the Southwest Missouri Music Educators Association and was a member of the Missouri Bandmasters Association, the Missouri Association for Jazz Education, and Music Educators National Conference. Since moving to Texas, she has joined the Texas Music Educators Association and the Texas Bandmasters Association.
Mrs. Rogers received a Bachelor of Science degree in Instrumental Music (1998) from Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, Missouri where she was named outstanding music education major. She also completed coursework toward a Masters degree in Wind Conducting from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas before moving to Texas.
Elizabeth Rogers currently resides in Frisco, Texas and is married to Rick Rogers, the GateHouse Media Southwest Regional Director. They have two daughters: Quinette is 15 years old, plays clarinet and is a dancer; Rachel is 12 years old, plays euphonium and plays on a FC Dallas youth select soccer team.