Prior to his appointment at Friends Select, Rohan spent time at George School (PA) as director of admission, where he is also an alum. He spent five years at St. Mark's School (MA), holding several titles, including assistant director of admission, associate director of admission, acting director of community & equity affairs, and associate director of admission & financial aid. Before St. Mark's, he served as an admission, global service & scholarship, and multicultural affairs fellow at The Taft School (CT).
Rohan is a principal consultant with The Glasgow Group, founding member of the National Diversity Practitioners Institute (NDPI), and Chair of My Brothers' Keeper: A Retreat for Men of Color in Education. He serves as chair of the faculty search committee for the NAIS Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC). Rohan is also a member of Newtown Friends School Board of Trustees, Far Hills Country Day School Board of Trustees, member of The Enrollment Management Association Admission Leadership Council (ALC), and the Admission Advisory Council for ASSIST.
Rohan earned a B.A. from Temple University in African-American studies with a minor in history. While at Temple, Rohan was initiated into the Lambda Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He received an M.S.Ed. for school leadership from the University of Pennsylvania, where he returned and gave back by conducting alumni interviews for undergraduate applicants, served as Tri-Chair for the School Leadership Program Alumni Steering Committee (ASC), and is a member of The Penn First Plus Alumni Leadership Committee.