Kareem Rogers

President, National Account Services

Kareem Rogers

Kareem Rogers is President of National Account Services for ADP. In this role, Kareem leads a global team of experienced and client-focused professionals who enable upmarket and enterprise-class clients to achieve their human capital and business outcomes through ADP’s innovative technology solutions, insights, and expertise.

Kareem is known for his strong track record of delivering outstanding client experience, operational excellence, associate engagement, digital transformation, and innovation leveraging technology and information-enabled solutions. Previously, he held senior leadership roles in National Account Services, serving as Senior Vice President, Implementation, and Senior Vice President of Operations. Prior to joining ADP in 2016, he held executive leadership roles of growing responsibility at Equifax, McKinsey & Company, and AT&T.

Kareem is passionate about enabling others through greater inclusion, professional development, and self-sufficiency. He has an equal passion for mentoring emerging talent and expanding opportunities for all. At ADP, he serves as Executive Sponsor for ADP’s Cultivate Business Resource Group, which focuses on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion relevant to the African American community and beyond. Kareem is also active in the community and committed to civic service, having served as a board member, guest speaker and lecturer across several non-profit organizations. His expert voice and thought leadership has also been tapped in news outlets including the Wall Street Journal and CNBC.com. Kareem’s impact and efforts have been broadly recognized, best evidenced by being named among the 2021 Most Influential African American Leaders in Business by the National Diversity Council and recognized by DiversityMBA Magazine among the 2021 Top 100 Under 50 Executive Leaders.

Kareem holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with emphases in Strategic Management & Finance and a Bachelor’s degree with emphases in Accounting and Africana Studies from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.