Michael C. Rogers
Michael C. Rogers is the assistant commissioner for human and animal food (HAF) operations in the Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA), focusing on inspection and compliance related issues in the human and animal food programs, overseeing the program directors for east and west HAF operations as well as state cooperative programs. Mr. Rogers joined the FDA in 1991 as a field investigator in the Baltimore District. He then became a supervisory investigator at the Northern Virginia Resident Post, a branch director at FDA headquarters, the director of the Division of Field Investigations, and was later selected as the director of FDA's Latin American Office.
Mr. Rogers has a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and zoology from North Carolina State University, and a master’s degree in management from the University of Maryland University College.