Rogelio initiates and executes projects for WFX in Texas and throughout the United States by engaging communities and understanding their needs from an infrastructure and financial aspect. Rogelio facilitates federal, state, and philanthropic funding opportunities into a long-term strategy of sustainable systems.
Mr. Rodriguez brings a 25-year career in public finance having served several communities in addressing infrastructure needs and financial planning. Recently, Rogelio served as Managing Director for Oppenheimer & Co and Senior Vice President and Head of the Texas Quantitative Group for FHN Financial Capital Markets. Where he executed financings for Cities, utility systems, large infrastructure, and governmental projects. He brings a history of credit analysis and financial modeling for utility systems where has introduced opportunities for non-public funding and grants.
Mr. Rodriguez is active in his community having served as board member to the Judson Education Foundation, North East Educational Foundation the Southside Education Foundation, the YMCA Child and Family Services, and Bexar County Detention Ministries. Rogelio has served as an advocate for local government as committee member for the Academic Achievement Distinction Committee (Appointed by Texas House Speaker Joe Straus) and as an expert witness for the Texas Legislature. Rogelio received a B.A. in Economics from Texas A&M University and holds a CFA in ESG Investing.