Latrice Rogers | Belle Collective Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Net Worth
February 20, 2021
Latrice Rogers Biography
Latrice Rogers is an American tv show star, entrepreneur, and she is the most successful haircare emporium in the region. She is currently serving as the CEO at Goddess Lengths Virgin Bar. She has also won the 2017 SBA Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Latrice Rogers Age | Birthday
Latrice Rogers is 29 years old as of 2020, born in 1991 in the United States.
Latrice Rogers Real Name
Her real names are Latrice Rogers.
Latrice Rogers Height and Weight
Details about Rogers’ height and other body measurements are not known. More details will be updated as soon as they are available.
Latrice Rogers Family
Roger is a wife to Clifton Rogers. She is yet to disclose more information about her parents and siblings.
Latrice Rogers Husband
Rogers is happily married to her husband Clifton Rogers. The couple supports each other from family to business. Her husband Clifton Rogers is the one who recommended her to open a storefront, and rent space out on McWillie Drive for about $200 after her husband saw the long lines of people at his wife’s car waiting for services.
Latrice Rogers Net Worth
Rogers has an approximated net worth of between $5 million -$10 million U.S dollars.
Latrice Rogers Education
Rogers graduated from Canton High School and Jackson State University. She received a bachelor’s degree in biology in 2010 and briefly attended graduate and nursing school at Baptist College of Health Science in 2011 for a few months after graduating from JSU.
Latrice Rogers Belle Collective Tv Show
“Belle Collective, which premired on Januray 15 on Oprah Winfrey Network “thenewseriesfromtheproducers behindthehit“Love&Marriage:Huntsville”centersonthepersonalandprofessionallivesoffivesuccessful,glamourousbosswomenwhoareredefiningwhatitmeanstobeasouthernbelleinJackson,Mississippi.
The beautiful black representMississippi’sfinestBlackfemale entrepreneurs,determined tobreakceilings–glassandotherwise–whileshreddinglong heldstereotypesoftheSouth.Theymustsetasidetheirdifferencestoredevelopastrugglingmid-twentiethcenturyhistoricdistrictthatwasonceknownasthehubforBlack-ownedbusinesses.