Dr. Shari Rogers is a licensed clinical psychologist and social activist whose work encompasses movie production, writing, educational programing, curriculum development and public speaking.
She is the Co-Executive Producer of Eli Inspiring Future Generations, a PBS documentary examining the impact of Holocaust survivor Eliezer Ayalon, a Yad Vashem tour guide from Israel, and his inspiration to make positive change in the world. Rogers has also been published in Friendship and Faith, The Wisdom of Women Creating Alliances for Peace.
Shari is the president and founder of Spill The Honey, a Michigan-based 501(c)(3) organization committed to promoting human dignity, as well as advancing public knowledge of the Holocaust and Civil Rights Movement. Through programs, sponsored initiatives, and strategic partnerships, Spill The Honey advances cultural tolerance, draws attention to contemporary injustices, and encourages young people to become compassionate, global citizens.
Spill The Honey has sponsored many community events, bringing both Jewish and African American community high schools together to work on an ongoing joint educational program. To date, over 2,000 high school students have been involved in Spill The Honey programs. As ambassador to Spill The Honey, Shari has been an active participant reaching out to younger generations.
Shari also serves as a trustee of the Institute for the Study of Global Anti-Semitism and Policy (ISGAP).