David Rogers is from Lee, New Hampshire, and is the founder of Allogy, a software company that develops training and medical applications. At 22, he went to South Sudan and led a small team in reopening Mundri Secondary School near the frontlines of a long-running civil war.
Five years later, David returned home to enroll in graduate school and founded the first mobile software team at the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training (IST). While at IST, David participated in many research opportunities, ranging from support for Department of Defense medical applications to the National Science Foundation’s sponsored research of the Haitian Earthquake response.
In 2009 he founded Allogy, the service provider for Deployed Medicine, the Defense Health Agency’s next-generation learning system. In 2018 David was selected to serve as a White House Fellow and placed at the White House Office of American Innovation, where he worked on policy initiatives related to workforce data.
David continues to design and develop technology platforms for healthcare and education, and he serves as a technology advisor to non-profit organizations. David is a graduate of the Air Force Academy and earned a doctorate in Texts and Technology from the University of Central Florida.