Kyle Edwin Scott Rodgers
Chief Executive Officer
Kyle's mission has always been helping people unlock their greatest potential through intentional planning and taking appropriate risks. He attended Life Pacific College in San Dimas, CA, in 2008 and is a Ordained Minister with The International Church of The Foursquare Gospel. His first assignment was working in the national headquarters for The Foursquare Church in Los Angeles, California, where he spent three years working in the National Church Office, and two years working as the Project Manager for The Office of the CFO where his primary responsibility was tracking churches financial health and coordinating care to see that health improved.
He left the non-profit sector in 2015 to go into business with his father and has been challenged and stretched both personally and professionally ever since. "My Dad often says that it's any father's dream to work with their son, but I would add that it's any son's dream to have the respect, encouragement, and wisdom passed on to them from their Dad." Together, they add strength by bringing a multi-generational approach to Dannah's investment team.
Continuing education is vitally important to Kyle which is why since 2015 he has added his Property & Casualty, Life Accident & Health License, Series 7, Series 63, and his series 65 license. "It's my personal belief that as long as there is breath in my lungs, I'm not done learning yet."
Kyle was married to his best friend and childhood sweetheart on August 18, 2012, and credits his wife's encouragement, support, and love as one of the primary motivators for his success. Together, they have two beautiful children and enjoy raising them to unlock their greatest God-given potential. They enjoy playing youth sports, barbequing outdoors with friends, traveling, and playing games together.
In his free time Kyle enjoys continuing to date his wife and make her smile, playing with his kids, riding his Harley, camping & traveling with his family, volunteering with his church, and with his local police department as a chaplain.