41-Year-Old Black Mom, From Poverty to Becoming the First Millionaire in Her Family

Rachel Rodgers

Meet Rachel Rodgers, a 41-year-old African American mom and CEO who rose from financial struggles and became the first millionaire in her family. She is now the owner of her company and an award-winning author who inspires others to pursue their path to multimillionaire success.

"Teetering on the edge of poverty was a scary way to live, so when I became a parent, I was determined to end the cycle," she told CNBC.

Starting from humble beginnings, Rodgers hustled through various jobs, from serving state and federal judges to working with nonprofits and even Hillary Clinton. In 2010, she ventured into specializing in intellectual property law for small businesses. As clients sought more than legal advice, her practice transformed into a coaching business, hitting seven figures in 2017.

That's when Rodgers founded Hello Seven, a company committed to teaching and empowering women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA people how to build a seven-figure business and create generational wealth.

Her impact is recognized in publications like the New York Times, Women's Health, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Fast Company, as well as on popular programs like Good Morning America, E! News, and the Drew Barrymore Show.

Rodgers is also the author of the bestselling book, We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide To Earning More, Building Wealth, And Gaining Economic Power, where she narrates her journey from a modest upbringing to becoming a self-made millionaire. She shares invaluable insights on replicating this path to financial success.

Now, she is not just a mom of four, a wife, and a CEO, but a multimillionaire. She has not only secured generational wealth for her children but has a broader mission -- maintaining her millionaire status and inspiring others to do the same.

Learn more about her company via its official website HelloSeven.co

Also, be sure to follow her on Instagram @RachRodgersEsq

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