Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10237, Gaithersburg, MD 20898
General Email: info@HeritageMontgomery.org
Heritage Montgomery Staff
Sarah L. Rogers, Executive Director
Sarah joined Heritage Montgomery as Executive Director in 2013, bringing a strong professional background in interpretation and stewardship of history and nature sites, parks, and museums in Maryland and surrounding states. She was a principal designer and planner for the National Park Service’s Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network, a multi-state system of 170 parks and museums that preserves and protects the Chesapeake Bay watershed; the John Smith Trail; the Star Spangled Banner Trail; and the Smithsonian National Zoo. Sarah has led organizations through a wide range of projects including strategic, management and interpretive planning, and the development of water and hiking trails, wayfinding, signage, exhibits, and marketing materials.
Formerly the Acting Director of the University of Arkansas Design Department, Sarah holds a master’s degree from Antioch College in Semiotics/Language and Communications Systems. She lives in Annapolis with her husband, one Kuvasz, two Labradors, and a horse, where she is restoring a 1700s farmhouse.
Heidi Glatfelter Schlag, Assistant Director
Heidi joined Heritage Montgomery in 2023 as Assistant Director after serving for several years on its Board of Directors. She brings a strong background in marketing, communications, content development, project management, and fundraising from her years with the C&O Canal Trust, Shepherd University, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Greater Baltimore History Alliance, and the Heritage Museums of Havre de Grace. Much of her career has centered on bringing multiple organizations together through partnership, where they can benefit from resource sharing, knowledge exchange, and collaborative promotional efforts, and she is excited to bring this knowledge to the partners of Heritage Montgomery.
Heidi holds a Master’s Degree in Communications Management from Towson University and lives in Frederick, MD, with her husband and two rescue dogs.
Harrison Meyers, Social Media Manager & Technical Advisor
Harrison is a History and Public History master’s student at UMBC specializing in the intersection of sports, politics, and law. Before joining our staff, he worked with Heritage Montgomery as an undergraduate student on the Martinsburg project and as a recording engineer for oral histories. Outside of his academic work, Harrison runs the Rockville Baseball Association, one of the predominant youth baseball and softball organizations in Montgomery County with more than 1,000 local youth served each season, and is the General Manager of the Bethesda Big Train.
Harrison holds a bachelor’s degree in History with a specialty in Public History from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and took most of his classes at the Universities at Shady Grove right here in Montgomery County.