Former Journalist Angela Rogers Joins NP Strategy; Expands Media Relations Services
Thursday, March 21st, 2019
NP Strategy added another veteran news reporter to the firm’s team with the addition of former journalist Angela Rogers. Rogers, a reliable, trusted storyteller has spent nearly half a decade in newsrooms across the United States. Utilizing her engaging and authentic approach, Rogers will manage media outreach and assist clients throughout North and South Carolina engage with key audiences through captivating social media content.
“Angela has both the media relationships and an understanding of the changing news industry which will benefit our clients,” said Leighton Lord, Managing Partner of NP Strategy. “She knows how to tell a story and leverage it in this digital world.”
Prior to joining NP Strategy, Rogers was a senior reporter at ABC Columbia, covering news stories throughout South Carolina. Rogers’ journalism skills extend behind the camera as well, serving as a studio technician in Des Moines, Iowa and moving up to a morning producer, then a multimedia journalist in Minnesota. Rogers realizes the digital era of journalism is pushing storytelling to more social platforms, opening the doors for more engaging and expansive messaging.
“We only have about six seconds to grab someone’s attention,” said Heather Matthews, Director of NP Strategy. “Angela’s concise and creative writing skills will help clients more effectively deliver their messages.”
Through Rogers’ producing experience, being a “one-man band” and being the only dayside reporter at ABC Columbia, Rogers quickly learned how to switch gears in a moment’s notice while still being able to make tight deadlines.
“I’m excited to dive right in and join this incredibly talented team,” said Rogers. “I hope to be a sponge and absorb as much as I can while helping NP Strategy grow in this digital era. It’s such a privilege to work alongside some of the best professionals at such a prestigious crisis communications firm.”
Rogers was raised in Minneapolis, Minn. and graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa with a BAJ in Broadcast News, a BA in Sociology, and a concentration in Business Law.