George Robb RogersChief Executive Officer
As Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Wexler | Walker, George guides operations and strategy for Wexler | Walker. His client focus areas include financial services, tax, immigration, technology, and acquisitions & mergers. With deep policy expertise and expert procedural skills, he specializes in outmaneuvering his clients’ opposition.
George has exceptionally well-rounded professional and executive leadership experience in government and public policy, having served as senior staff for the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, statutory staff for Minority Leader of the U.S House of Representatives, and General Counsel for the powerful Committee on Rules; as Oversight Counsel on the Government Reform Committee; Legislative Assistant for Legal & Technology Policy to U.S. Senator Richard Lugar; and Counsel to the President Pro Tempore and Majority Leader of the Indiana Senate.
During his six years with the Speaker and Minority Leader, George managed six committees. Major legislative accomplishments include coordinating the Republican position on the landmark Dodd-Frank Act; enactment of the first major patent reform in decades, the America Invents Act; and management of often divisive immigration issues. While at the Committee on Rules, he testified before Congress, led the Continuity of Congress Project, and was the lead staffer for the most significant successful jurisdictional change of House committees in 50 years.
George serves on the Board of the Special Operations Wounded Warriors Charity and is a co-founder of the National Capitol Region Squad (NCR-SQD), which raises money for small wounded warrior charities through 12-hour GORUCK™ endurance events. He also serves as a Vice Chair of the Legislative/Regulatory Subcommittee of the ABA Banking Law Committee. Prior to Capitol Hill, George was a prosecuting attorney for domestic violence and sex crimes, and he practiced law.
George lives in Virginia and is a 5th degree black belt who regularly practices martial arts.