John F.W. Rogers

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John F.W. Rogers
This article is about the Goldman Sachs partner. For the Ariel Capital Management founder, chairman & CEO, see John W. Rogers, Jr.. For other uses, see John Rogers.

John F.W. Rogers (born 1956) is a partner at Goldman Sachs.[1] He was Chief of Staff at Goldman to CEOs Jon S. Corzine and Henry Paulson. He is said[who?] to have been United States Treasury Secretary Paulson's closest advisor while at Goldman, as well as a member of United States Secretary of State James Baker's inner circle. He is a graduate of the George Washington University. He has held numerous posts in US government including Under Secretary of State for Management from 1991 to 1993.

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  1. ^ sec to board. Goldman Sachs
Government offices
Preceded by
Ivan Selin
Under Secretary of State for Management
October 9, 1991 – January 19, 1993
Succeeded by
J. Brian Atwood