An entrepreneur for deviled eggs and mac ‘n cheese

Scott Rogers (’00, ’02M) is at it again.

If you’ve ever gone to a potluck supper hungry only to discover that all there is to eat is 12 varieties of squash casserole, 11 meatloaves slathered in ketchup and no chocolate cake, you’ll appreciate the new venture of Be the Changer Scott Rogers. Scott first developed a website to help people coordinate meals for friends and family in times of need.  Along with fellow JMU alum Adina Bailey (’99M), he launched, a free online service open to anyone. Now Scott has developed a second site called to help clubs, churches, organizations and friends coordinate large community meals. Here’s how Scott’s website explains the new venture: is a free online tool for coordinating meals for groups. A potluck coordinator is able to create a customized online sign up sheet that makes it easy for friends and family to participate in the group meal. In just a few minutes, requested food items, phone numbers, driving directions and any other helpful details can be communicated to everyone involved.

Here’s the link to Scott’s new enterprise: You can find both and on Facebook, where you can also read many inspiring stories about individuals who have been helped through Scott’s website.

Read Scott’s Be the Change profile here: — and an earlier blog post about him here:

Bon appétit


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