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Rogette Harris is the first African-American and youngest woman elected Chairman of the Dauphin County Democratic Committee and is a community columnist for the Patriot-News. She has a policy background and wrote policy on a state and federal level for over a decade. Educationally, she has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and dual Master degrees in Public Administration and Business Administration.
Rogette’s passion has always been to serve the public and to create policies that improve people’s lives. As the first African-American woman elected State President of the National Women’s Political Caucus of Pennsylvania, Rogette works tirelessly on gender equity issues such as pay equity, domestic violence, and sexual assault.
Rogette was selected as a 40 under 40 by the Central Penn Business Journal in 2010. In 2015, she was a leadership honoree at the 38th MLK tribute and was chosen as a 2016 ‘Woman of Excellence’ by the YWCA of Greater Harrisburg.
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