Rachel Rodgers is the epitome of the phrase “breaking the glass ceiling.” As the founder of Hello Seven, a female-run company dedicated to teaching women how to increase their income and build wealth without sacrificing their sanity in the process, Rodgers is shifting the narrative for women in business. Impressively, in its first year, Hello Seven hit $1M in revenue. Through her podcast, Hello Seven Podcast, and online club, We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club, Rodgers reaches over 50,000 women a week. The imbalance of financial power between men and women has been an ongoing issue, and Rodgers’s mission is to provide a solution—to show women, especially women of color, that they can end the cycle of overworking and under-earning through tangible resources like business training, legal guidance, and money mindset coaching to help conquer financial goals.
Rodgers has become an industry thought-leader, with features in esteemed publications including Forbes, Time, and Fast Company, and a passion for creating a real impact. In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Rodgers started the Anti-Racist Small Business Pledge, which has already garnered 2500 sign-ups. Rodgers is committed to making meaningful change and, through the launch of her first—and highly anticipated—book, We Should All Be Millionaires, from HarperCollins Leadership, will teach women how to make money that will give them the authority to make a difference in their communities.