Biography Edit Research and Design
are only a few of the services provided by
JAI ROGERS EXECUTIVE SUPPORT SERVICE.
Promotional Social Networking Pages
are built to showcase the CLIENT's career.
The promotional pages remain online thereafter
as a marketing billboard of JAI's work in ePromotion.
*Jai is sole administrator of the promotional pages.
Jai only works via retainer with fees beginning at
$25 hourly X the number of hours requested by the client.
Barter agreements are available.
All communication with Jai is in writing
in order to insure accuracy in details.
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Archives and Donated Artifacts
As founder of the
OKLAHOMA CELEBRITY AND LEGEND ARCHIVE
and the OKLAHOMA NATIVE AMERICAN NETWORK
Jai Rogers has had the privilege of befriending the most amazing people who understand their calling and have been very gracious in sharing with her.
Jai is compiling the
she has archived throughout her career.
Some artifacts in the archives include memorabilia from politics music and history such as signatures and photographs of
- The 46th Vice President of the United States
- The 39TH President of the United States
who was awarded the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize
and his wife ROSALYN CARTER
First Lady of the United States from 1977 to 1981.
- TOSHIKO TANAKA
a global artist and survivor
of the atomic bomb in 1945.
- Letters from Dr. Martin Luther King's wife
CORETTA SCOTT KING.
- NELSON MANDELA
South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, activist, lawyer, and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.
- A pass to a lecture featuring Archbishop DESMOND TUTU.
Artifacts from Native American elders and leaders including
- A photo of KALYN FREE
with 44th President of the United States
Kalyn Free is a member of the CHOCTAW NATION OF OKLAHOMA. She the youngest attorney ever hired by the United States Department of Justice. She ran for Congress in 2004 against Congressman Dan Boren and was the Oklahoma Superdelegate in 2008. FREE is the founder of the INDIGENOUS NATIVE DEMOCRATIC NETWORK the very first political action committee devoted to electing Native American candidates at the local and state level.
- A copy of a handwritten letter from
PRINCESS GRACE OF MONACO
wife of PRINCE RAINIER III.
The letter was donated to Jai by
RICHARD CLEMENT MICHEAL ESTICK.
ESTICK is listed in Who's Who of International Business and is a Medalist from the 1956 Summer Olympics.
Jai will request donated items from those whose work has influenced society and made global contributions.
TO DONATE ITEMS simply contact JAI ROGERS by clicking the CONTACT TAB.