Htet Htet Rodgers
Htet Htet Rodgers is a young advocate for child welfare. She started her work as a Peer Support Representative, working with the Independent Living Providers of the Department of Child and Family Services in Louisiana. Htet Htet attended the D.C. Shadow Day and first ever White House Hack-a-thon in 2016. From there she began her advocacy in a national standard. Now, she sits on the National Foster Youth and Advisory Council and is a National Transitional Youth Database (NYTD) Reviewer for JBS International. She is a faithful member of the Pentecostals of Alexandria and assists with her youth group. In her free time, Htet Htet likes to snowboard, hike, go to the gym, and paint.