Cody Rogers



Very few people know that I: Lived overseas due my father working for an International Oil Company in the Middle East; I know basic level Arabic – which I’ve learned is useless trying to impress a date. When my father retired he joined some folks in Oregon to co-own a large vineyard. Over the years I have become more interested in wine, by force.

My first car was: A mini-truck that had speakers as large as tires. You could hear me coming a mile away. My goal was to obviously blow my eardrums out and simultaneously keep my mother embarrassed.

My last meal would be: The Crazy California Roll from Sky Sushi, along with a side of Beef Fajitas from Chuey’s. I know that’s technically two things, but it’s my last meal.

The one thing I’ve learned: The great philosopher Nicholas Sparks said, “Nothing that’s worthwhile is ever easy.”

My first concert: Def Leppard – after that I ripped holes in all my jeans.

Cody Rogers is a Magnum Cum Laude graduate of University of Texas. Cody worked in Oil & Gas before getting inspired to work in Elder Law.