Growing up, Rodgers witnessed her parents’ relentless struggles to make ends meet. Despite their hard work, a single unexpected expense could wipe out their savings, leaving them teetering on the edge of poverty. Determined to break this cycle, Rodgers embarked on a journey of financial empowerment and success.
Rodgers’ path to prosperity was not easy. She hustled through various jobs, including serving state and federal judges and working with nonprofits, before finding her niche in intellectual property law for small businesses in 2010. This specialization paved the way for her entrepreneurial journey.
As Rodgers’ legal practice evolved, she recognized the growing demand for more than just legal advice. In 2017, her practice transformed into a coaching business, Hello Seven, which skyrocketed to seven figures. Through Hello Seven, Rodgers is committed to empowering women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA individuals to build seven-figure businesses and create generational wealth.
Rodgers’ impact has not gone unnoticed. She has been featured in prestigious publications like the New York Times, Forbes, and Entrepreneur, and has appeared on popular TV programs such as Good Morning America and the Drew Barrymore Show.
Her bestselling book, “We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide To Earning More, Building Wealth, And Gaining Economic Power,” chronicles her journey to financial success and provides invaluable insights for others seeking to follow in her footsteps.
As a Black woman, Rodgers has shattered numerous barriers on her path to success. Not only has she secured generational wealth for her own family, but she is also dedicated to inspiring others to achieve financial independence and prosperity.
Despite her multimillionaire status, Rodgers maintains a frugal mindset in certain aspects of her life. She values her time, prioritizes family vacations, and enjoys casual clothes without extravagant spending.
Her disciplined approach to finances exemplifies that financial success does not mean abandoning one’s values or living beyond means.