Bill Rogers

Senior Partner

Bill Rogers is a Senior Partner with Executive Search Partners. Bill started with Executive Search Partners in 2012, after leading organizations at the C Level in corporate America for more than twenty years.

Bill started his career at Deloitte in 1997, where he quickly rose to Associate Partner leading enterprise transformation programs and managing teams of over 100 people. After Deloitte, Bill would continue to grow and lead six other technology-based companies as Senior Vice President, Managing Director, Chief Information Officer, and Board Member coaching his employees and his companies to success. Throughout his career, Bill’s passion has always been mentoring people and helping them find their dream job.

In 2012 Bill decided to transition from leading organizations and their teams to success to leading executive professionals to career success. Joining Executive Search Partners, Bill began his recruiting career. Forbes recognizes Executive Search Partners as one of the Top 100 Recruiting Firms in North America. The firm was formed and is led by former industry executives.
Since beginning his recruiting career, Bill has become an industry leader and innovator, having helped well over a thousand executive clients achieve extraordinary career success.
His clients include executives and other top-level professionals (C-Level, VPs, Directors, and Managers) representing virtually every industry and the roles you might find within a company. He has also worked with leaders from Fortune 500, mid-size, start-ups, major consulting firms, and some of the world’s leading nonprofits. Bill’s diverse placement experience makes him well rounded and an expert in many industries.

Bill graduated from the University of Maryland, acquired his MBA from Central Michigan, and went on to attend Harvard Business School gaining certification in Executive Coaching, Leadership, and Management. Bill is also a certified coach, speaker, and trainer from The John Maxwell Team, and is a board member of Environment First Printing Board.