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Rachel Rodgers

Rodgers has been featured in Time, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, the Washington Post, on NBC News, and Cosmopolitan.

Rodgers’ mission is to teach women—especially women of color—how to end the cycle of overworking, under-earning, and financial stress, once and for all.

Through her podcast and blog, Rodgers’ reaches over 50,000 women every week—sharing guidance on how to take charge of your financial situation, increase your income, work smarter, and make decisions like a millionaire (even if you aren’t one, yet).

As a business coach, attorney, CEO, Black woman, working mother, and self-made millionaire, Rodgers brings a powerful combination of professional and personal insight. She’s known for her blunt, sensible advice and for calling out the elephant in the room—whether it’s racism, misogyny, or centuries of unfair legal practices that have stripped financial power away from women. Rodgers teaches her clients how to succeed financially in spite of the very real obstacles along the path.

Rachel started her career working on The Hill with nonprofits, federal judges, and iconic leaders including Hillary Clinton. When she realized that changing the world is a lot easier when you have some cash in your bank account, she decided to become wealthy and teach other women how to do the same.

Rachel is the host of The Hello Seven Podcast and founder of We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club, an online network for professional women. Her forthcoming book, We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power from HarperCollins Leadership will be released in Spring 2021.

She resides in North Carolina with her husband and four kids on a 53-acre ranch, leading a life that is beyond her ancestors’ wildest dreams.