Diana Rogers joined the Division of Banking as the Compliance Supervisor in June 2010, bringing with her nearly 17 years of State experience. She is responsible for License renewals for the Foreign Corporate Fiduciaries, Foreign Bank Representative Offices, Check Printer Sellers and Distributors, and the Non-Bank Owned Automated Teller Machines located throughout Illinois. She is also responsible for collecting the state regulatory fees for all banking institutions within the State of Illinois in accordance with state statutes.
Rogers previously worked with the Department of Public Aid (now known as the Department of Human Services) where she worked on the pilot team that introduced the initial program to roll out the State of Illinois’ electronic welfare and food stamp benefit card program (EBT Program), which then was introduced statewide. At the Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Rogers worked to streamline the paperwork required to place clients into Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILA). Rogers also served as the Electronic Data Processing Coordinator for the agency’s Division of Program Support & Fiscal Management where she was responsible for the moving and consolidation of all electronic equipment for more than 20 local service offices in an effort to save money and consolidate resources. She created manuals to streamline the process that were utilized by Local Office Administrators in their efforts to ensure their office moves were smooth and problem-free. Rogers also worked in Personnel at Central Management Services where she completed classifications and wrote job description updates.
Prior to her State service, Rogers served in the United States Navy as a Petty Officer 3rd Class Aviation Electronics Technician, an Auxiliary Security Force member and as Training Coordinator for her squadron. She earned her BA and MA degrees in Human Resources from the University of Illinois at Springfield shortly after she was discharged from Military Service. She resides in the Springfield area and enjoys crafts, travel, art, music and quiet time at home with her husband, Michael.