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Mike Rogers

Former Chairman, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S.
House of Representatives

Mike Rogers 2As a former member of the U.S. Congress representing Michigan’s Eighth Congressional District, member of the U.S. Army and FBI special agent, Mike Rogers is in a unique position to shape the national debate on a wide variety of issues. Rogers currently uses his insider perspective gained from travelling the globe – from the Middle East to South America – to host the nationally-syndicated “Something to Think About with Mike Rogers” on Westwood One, as well as, a CNN national security contributor and a regular in major print outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press.

From his time in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he chaired the powerful House Intelligence Committee and was a member of the Energy and Commerce panel, Rogers built a legacy as a tireless and effective leader on cybersecurity, counterterrorism and national security policy. Washington Post columnist David Ignatius remarked, Mike was “a rare example of bipartisanship.”

The former House Intelligence Chair has worked with two presidents, Congressional leadership, and countless foreign leaders, diplomats and intelligence professionals to ensure the brave men and women who fight for our nation are equipped with the resources necessary to get the job done. In addition, Rogers is a Distinguished Fellow at the prestigious Hudson Institute and serves on the Board of Trustees at the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, the Board of Advisors for Next Century Corporation – a technology company that focuses on innovations in the security and intelligence space, and also serves on the cybersecurity Industry Advisory Council for Trident Capital.

Additionally, Rogers is founder and honorary chairman of Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security (APPS), a social welfare organization whose mission is to drive the national security debate in early nominating states during the 2016 presidential race. APPS seeks to educate citizens in these critical states on national security and foreign policy while pushing the presidential candidates beyond rhetoric and talking points.