Beverly Rogers has been a member of the MBCE family since 2009. She has volunteered at both Deaf Camp and Special Kids 2 Camp. Beverly currently serves as Co-Director of Deaf Camp, the Mid-Hudson Valley Camp dedicated to serving deaf and hard of hearing children from NYC and Westchester County. She first assumed the position of Co-Director in 2012 after serving as a volunteer counselor at Deaf Camp for five years. Beverly has dedicated her career to working with the deaf students of St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Brooklyn for over 30 years. She worked as a speech therapist and joined the administration team as Supervisor of Pupil Personnel Services, where she oversees the development and amendment of individual education plans as the IEP Coordinator.
She continues to establish successful working relationships between parents, teachers and other agencies advocating for related services to support the learning for the deaf students of St. Francis de Sales. She develops and coordinates workshops for families to understand the educational process and support their deaf child. When not at camp, Beverly also volunteers weeks in the summer traveling with graduating deaf students to Rochester Institute of Technology for a Steps to Success Program. This program supports African American, Latino and Native American deaf students and parents learn about leadership, technology, business and prepare for college. She continues to strive to advocate for students who are deaf, hard of hearing and deaf with additional/multiple disabilities. Beverly has three children and lives in Brooklyn.