Lori Rogers has made Baltimore County her home since moving here in 1999. Born in a small town in western New York, Lori appreciates being a part of a community where everyone looks out for one another and develops strong, life-long bonds. Lori developed her work ethic at an early age through involvement in 4-H, teaching Sunday school classes and working on a strawberry farm.
Lori’s career has always been client and community centered; whether she was working at the Y of Central Maryland, Baltimore County’s Economic Development office or starting her own businesses, she’s been focused on client satisfaction and doing right by her partners. Lori works hard for her clients and has boundless energy to get things done right.
A resident of the Hampton neighborhood for 15 years, Lori is a mother of two (and a golden doodle named Buddy). Her kids are born and raised here going to Hampton Elementary, Ridgely Middle and Loch Raven High School. She and her husband enjoy hiking in the Loch Raven Reservoir and spending time with their friends. Lori is a member of the Towson Elks Club and is a certified Mater Gardener from the University of Maryland.