Natasha L Rogers

Ms. Natasha L. Rogers is the director of the Negro Southern League Museum.

Ms. Rogers is a native of Selma, Alabama, but was reared in the Magic City. Natasha earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication from Miles College in 2001, and a Master of Arts in Communication Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in April of 2015, where she was inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

Ms. Rogers began her professional career in the field of broadcast journalism. Natasha interned for CNN Newssource Sales in Atlanta, Georgia, and participated in the prestigious NBC Page Program in New York, New York where she worked with Dateline NBC and Weekend Today. After her stint in the Big Apple, Natasha returned home and began working for the local NBC affiliate WVTM. She later moved to Monroe, Louisiana where she worked as a general assignment reporter for the local CBS affiliate KNOE.

After working in broadcast journalism for nearly 10 years, Natasha transitioned into the field of public relations. She served as the assistant director of media relations for Miles College.

Natasha’s next move positioned her directly in the city’s center, literally. She joined Railroad Park Foundation on its opening day in September 2010. Natasha served as special events coordinator and created successful and sustaining programs such as Get Healthy on the Railroad.

Ms. Rogers is a member of The Women’s Network and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. In 2011, Ms. Rogers completed Leadership UAB and was recognized as an outstanding young professional in the inaugural edition of Who’s Who in Black Alabama. In 2012, Natasha was selected by the Girl Scouts of North Central Alabama to serve as a role model for its annual fundraiser the Soiree at Soho. In 2016, Natasha received the Wonderful Outstanding Woman (WOW) Award from the Metro Birmingham Branch of the NAACP. In February 2017, Natasha was named Top 40 Under 40 by the Birmingham Business Journal and completed  Leadership Birmingham. Natasha was also featured in Birmingham magazine’s inaugural Power 50 list 2018.