Rogers Elected First National Chairman of Majority Leaders Conference

ATLANTA- Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) was recently elected by members of the State Legislative Leaders Foundation to serve as the first National Chairman of the Majority Leaders Conference. The Majority Leaders Conference is part of the State Legislative Leaders Foundation. By way of position, 99 Majority Leaders will participate in the conference, which is slated to be held in 2013.

“It is an incredible honor to serve as the National Chairman for the upcoming Majority Leaders Conference,” said Rogers. “The opportunity to work with legislative leaders from around the nation can only help bring new and innovative ideas to Georgia. This bi-partisan group of Majority Leaders from all 50 states brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and public policy insight that should be shared to help improve every state”
The State Legislative Leader’s Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1972 for the express purpose of providing our nation’s state legislative leaders with information on critical public policy issues and aspects of leadership. The program operates through national educational programs held in partnership with leading universities, independent research, and various leadership publications.
In addition, to his chairmanship, Rogers also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the State Legislative Leaders Foundation. A board of up to 45 House Speakers, Senate Presidents, Majority Leaders, Minority Leaders, and Pro Tempores governs the State Legislative Leaders Foundation. Directors are elected to three-year terms and are eligible for reelection.

Sen. Chip Rogers serves as Senate Majority Leader. He represents the 21st Senate District, which includes portions of Cherokee and Cobb counties.  He can be reached at his office at 404.463.1378 or by email at

For Immediate Release:
September 20, 2011
For Information Contact:
Natalie Dale, Director