Deb Schmidt Rogers, President of ACUHO-I, represents Loyola and leads housing officers worldwide
Deb Schmidt-Rogers, Assistant Vice President/Director of Residence Life, serves as President of the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International (ACUHO-I). ACUHO-I is the professional organization for housing officers worldwide – representing more than 2,300 institutions that provide over 3.5 million beds for students across the globe. As President, Deb just served the association (and represented Loyola) at the ACUHO-I annual conference in Denver.
Mary DeNiro, CEO of ACUHO-I, says about Deb:
“Deb Schmidt-Rogers is the consummate professional. Her leadership in the campus housing and residence life profession has had a profound impact on professionals around the globe. Deb is a visionary who understands the rapidly changing campus environment and the students we serve. She is also a mentor to countless professionals and a friend to all.”
Prior to her 3-year Presidential term, Deb also served as the global association’s Inclusion and Equity Director for two, two-year terms. Her commitment to the housing/residence life profession has been remarkable throughout her career.
Deb is a double Rambler having graduated with a BA in Biology and an M.Ed. in higher education. She met her husband, Chris Rogers while a student here.
Congratulations to Deb as she finishes the remaining few months of her Presidential term – culminating her service to this association and profession.