Bob Rodgers serves as Street Grace president and CEO, bringing more than 30 years of corporate and nonprofit leadership and team development experience to this role.
Previously, Rodgers served as the fourth president of Richmont Graduate University, which offers fully accredited graduate programs in Counseling, Ministry and Spiritual Formation. As president, Rodgers led Richmont into an era of institutional and financial growth, including championing the addition of a new accredited master’s degree program, spearheading the fundraising efforts for the opening of a $2.3 million Atlanta campus and launching two university-sponsored trauma centers in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Atlanta. Prior to Rodgers’ appointment as president, he served the university in various roles—as a board member, consultant and executive vice president.
In a former position as vice president of one of the largest restaurant chains in the Southeast, Rodgers provided oversight and support for more than 22,000 employees in 21 states. In addition, through his firm Quantum Search, he has conducted more than 24,000 interviews and led searches for key leadership positions at Chick-fil-A, Georgia Pacific, Baptist Healthcare, Curtis1000 and other major corporate, healthcare and nonprofit organizations worldwide.
Nationally recognized for his acumen in business, recruitment and team development, Rodgers is a sought-after speaker and panelist. He has written for a variety of business journals and other publications, and has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal and the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Rodgers holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and Marketing from Lee University and a master’s degree in Ministry from Richmont Graduate University (2017).
Outside of his professional responsibilities, Rodgers has hosted “Thinking Out Loud,” a weekly radio broadcast, and is the co-author of the devotional “God Is With Us” (2013). He serves on numerous boards, is on the Business Advisory Council for Lee University, and is the chair of the Freedom Coalition, a collaborative initiative addressing global human trafficking.
Cheryl DeLuca-Johnson serves as the Brand Ambassador of Street Grace. As the organization's founding CEO, Cheryl firmly established the organization’s presence within the field and helped to solidify Street Grace’s niche within the faith-based community.
Cheryl has over twenty years of humanitarian work experience. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a background specializing in women’s issues, specifically women and addiction. Prior to Street Grace, Cheryl held several positions at Metro Atlanta Recovery Residences (MARR) and was instrumental in the changes that renovated their women’s program.
She has also served on Drug and Alcohol Advisory boards, worked with World Hope International on women’s issues in Sri Lanka, and volunteered therapeutic services with Red Cross.
She is celebrating 31 years of marriage to Ernie Johnson this year. They have six children: Eric, Maggie, Michael, Carmen, Allison, and Ashley. Her youngest four children are adopted from orphanages in Romania and Paraguay, and from the U.S. Foster Care system.
Jenifer Duncan comes to Street Grace with 18 years of foundation experience, as former Director of Finance and Administration for The Goizueta Foundation in Atlanta, she managed all financial functions for TGF and Goizueta Family Office, including investment management, human resources, accounting and budgeting, as well as administrative oversight for both entities. Jenifer will be leading the Demand an End initiative in Georgia and nationally, as well as managing donations and serving as database administrator.
Jenifer and her husband, Tom, have been active members of 12Stone since 1997, are thrilled to be a part of the Snellville campus, and enjoy leading a small group. She serves on the Brookwood CLC board and is an active volunteer at SE Gwinnett Co-op. Tom and Jenifer have two children, Brittany Duncan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Wesley Duncan a sophomore studying Civil Engineering at Georgia Southern University.
Morgan Clark received her B.A in Political Science with a focus in Human Rights from the University of Chicago. Since, she has spent the past few years working in the Human Rights field in a variety of capacities. Morgan has served as a Peace Corps Education volunteer working in both Liberia and Indonesia. She also worked as a Program Associate for Open Road Alliance, a private grantmaking organization, managing the organization’s communications platforms and reporting and analysis. During this time Morgan additionally worked as a Night Coordinator at Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS) providing crisis counseling and service referrals to victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault.