Roques served for a decade as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Keswick Multi-Care Center in Baltimore, a 138-year-old not-for-profit community healthcare provider. Roques served as CEO throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, creating the emergency response infrastructure required to successfully keep residents , families and employees safe and healthy. As CEO, she also led the creation of Keswick Community Health’s Wise & Well Center for Healthy Living.
Before serving as CEO of Keswick, she was Chief Operating Officer for Virginia United Methodist Homes, and prior to that, she worked for twelve years at the Episcopal Ministries to the Aging in Eldersburg, Maryland, culminating in over three years as COO. Her early career roles included Director of Adult Day Care and Director of Home Care Services for Catholic Charities in Baltimore . She has proudly served on many community boards including The Village Learning Place, The Maryland American Diabetes Association, Friends and Foundation of Howard County Library and currently Maryland Humanities. She has also served older people and their families on the Maryland Commission
on Aging, the Maryland Medicare/Medicaid Advisory Committee, the Maryland Coalition on Mental Health and Aging, Maryland CARE Transformation Steering Committee, she is also past Chair of both the
Maryland Philanthropy Network and LifeSpan Network. She has been recognized by the Daily Record among Maryland Top 100 Women, Top CEO, and Influential Leader in Health Care.
She has a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mills College in Oakland, California.