Vice President, Bridge Sales
W&W AFCO Steel Co.
A summer internship in the bridge department at AFCO Steel opened the door for a sales job in Little Rock for Amy Rogers in 2009. Helping provide steel for bridges and other big projects has dominated her career.
“I like the idea that things I worked on will be here 100 years from now,” said Rogers, who grew up in Ouachita County.
She worked part time as an assistant at The Cashion Co. after becoming a mother in 2011. Rogers returned to the renamed W&W AFCO Steel in January 2014 as bridge sales manager and was promoted to vice president in June 2016.
She started college at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, then transferred to the University of Central Arkansas at Conway, where she graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.
Rogers serves on the Woman of Inspiration Committee benefiting Children’s Advocacy Centers of Arkansas and on the Tee Up Committee for the Arkansas Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
She also works with Women & Children First as a volunteer and peacekeeper and is a member of The Heart of Our House, supporting Our House homeless shelter.
Rogers is also involved with Party With a Heart, which supports a different charity each year.
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