Wanda Rogers, At-Large Councilmember

Bowie City Council

Phone: 301-809-30290001_Bowie Council 2023

wrogers@cityofbowie.org

Wanda is the CEO of W Rogers Executive Consulting, LLC that she started in 2017. She is also the office manager for the family business, Realty Transaction Services, a full-service independent real estate brokerage located in the Pointer Ridge section of Bowie.  Choosing a career of public service, Wanda’s federal service spanned over 36 years where she lead a financial management organization in fiscal stewardship, change management, re-branding, implementing work process efficiencies, valuing diversity and workplace coaching. Wanda is a consensus builder, change agent, and influencer of organizational culture.  

In 2017, Wanda retired from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Fiscal Service (Bureau). The Bureau is responsible for the government’s financial management. Her leadership highlights include overseeing daily operations with direct budget appropriations of over $300 million annually and permanent and indefinite appropriations of over $1 billion; disbursing over $2 trillion in federal payments annually; moving 4.5 million Americans to the Direct Express Debit Card; processing almost $4 trillion in federal revenue worth nearly $145 billion and settling nearly $3.9 trillion in revenue through electronic funds transfer; awarding almost $7 trillion in Treasury Marketable securities and servicing $26.9 billion in savings and marketable issues; collecting over $7 billion in delinquent debt, and over $500 million in State Unemployment Insurance Debt on behalf of 42 states and the District of Columbia. Wanda established the Bureau’s Diversity Advisory Council which provided a forum for minority affinity groups to be included policy decisions impacting the entire workforce. 

As one of the highest ranking African American women in the U.S. Treasury during that time, Wanda was the first African American woman appointed to the Senior Executive Service in the Bureau; the first African American U.S. Chief Disbursing Officer, and the first African American Deputy Commissioner in the history of the Bureau.  These “firsts” were acknowledged as a “Little Known Black History Fact” on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, a nationally syndicated radio program. Throughout her expansive career, Wanda continues to coach and mentor hundreds of women, men, and minorities.  

Wanda has received many awards and recognition, including the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service, Treasury’s Albert Gallatin Award for Distinguished Service, Federal Reserve System’s Treasury Partnership and Collaboration award, Rider University Harold L. Conover Alumni award for Leadership in Public Service, the Greater Mount Nebo AME Church (Bowie) Humanitarian Award, and the Bureau’s Martin Luther King Jr. Award for diversity and community service.  Along with Richard Grandville, MD/JD, Wanda co-wrote an article in Legal Medicine 2000, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, entitled Payment of Federal Malpractice Claims, published in 2000.

Wanda is the President of the Greater Bowie Chamber of Commerce. She is a past Chair of the Board of Directors for the Delta Foundation, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) affiliate of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She has served on the NACHA Electronic Payments Advisory Board, Board of the Arc of Prince George’s County, and Highland Park Community Development Corporation. She is a Maryland licensed Realtor© and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

A resident of Bowie for 24 years, Wanda holds a BS degree in Business Education from Rider University (Lawrenceville, NJ) and a Masters of General Administration in Human Resource Management from the University of Maryland Global Campus. She is a graduate of both the Federal Executive Institute and the Treasury Executive Leadership residential programs.  Wanda completed an online certificate course entitled Exercising Leadership:  Foundational Principles, provided by Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Ms. Rogers was elected to the Bowie City Council in November 2023.

Councilmember Rogers is Council Liaison to the following City committees: