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Kem Graham – Creating Opportunities to Enhance Your Life

Posted by on Friday, October 24th, 2014

As a business-minded person, Kem Graham has the ability to see the big picture when it comes to creating a successful career path. With a Master’s degree in Instructional Leadership, her professional career took several turns. Always ready to pursue an opportunity full-force if she feels it has potential, Kem looks at each new challenge as a way to improve her life. Out of college, Kem taught elementary school and then worked in Curriculum Development for the Education department at the ... Continue Reading

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Emily Borja – Keep Pushing Forward

Posted by on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

In April of 2012, after being on maternity leave following the birth of her second child, Emily Borja returned to work as a sign language interpreter at a hospital. She was excited that her husband would soon graduate with his Business degree and go back to teaching elementary school. They both looked forward to having two incomes once again so they could support their family and create financial stability for themselves. Later that month, after feeling sick and chalking it up ... Continue Reading

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Debbie Boyd – Personal Success Derived from Devotion to Others

Posted by on Monday, October 20th, 2014

As the mother of two working actors, Debbie Boyd spent much of the last 20 years making sure she was available for her kids and devoting her time to furthering their careers. Dedicated to their success, she never expected that, by helping them achieve their goals, she would discover an outlet for personal success. In 2011, when Debbie’s daughter, Jenna, went to college, she experienced a case of cystic acne. “That doesn’t work well for an actor, so we were at ... Continue Reading

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Kristin Donahue – Creating Your Own Vision

Posted by on Friday, October 17th, 2014

Three years ago, Kristin Donahue thought she had the perfect job as a consultant with her own Human Resources company. Although she wasn’t actively looking for a new career when she heard about Rodan + Fields® from a friend, the business opportunity resonated with her. “It was funny because my husband and I would often playfully discuss what else was out there for us to do. We’d half-jokingly try to come up with things that we could invent or franchises ... Continue Reading

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Nikki Dauphin – The Right Path Pays Off

Posted by on Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

Things were in a good place for Nikki Dauphin. Her husband’s job as a Math and Physics teacher allowed her to stay home with their five young children. However, when he graduated with his Masters and was given the opportunity to leave his job to work towards his PhD in Mathematics, Nikki was determined to do whatever it took to help make that possible. “My husband is my best friend and I believe in him. We were going to get ... Continue Reading

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Catherine Ann François – Building Community by Creating Unity

Posted by on Monday, October 13th, 2014

It doesn’t seem that a chaotic life transition would be the right time to take on the task of starting a new business, and yet, that is exactly what Catherine Ann François did. Catherine has always felt called to connect with the people around her and, as a result, many of her career and life decisions stemmed from her desire to develop strong relationships. One of those decisions occurred in the summer of 2014, when several big changes led Catherine to ... Continue Reading

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Amy Stumler – A Joyful Balance

Posted by on Friday, October 10th, 2014

In the fall of 2013, Amy Stumler accepted a job in Indiana and prepared to move her family across the country from Hawaii to the Midwest. Although she was sad to leave some incredible friends behind, Amy was excited that she and her husband, Isaac, would be able to raise their two little boys closer to their families. She was also grateful that she was able to transfer and continue her ten year career as a director in higher education. ... Continue Reading

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Stacey Snee – Fulfilling a Vision

Posted by on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

The summer of 2013 was a time of transition for Stacey Snee. A military spouse and mother to two young children, Stacey was getting ready to make a big move from Hawaii to Washington D.C. to start a new job as the National Deputy Director at a non-profit organization. Amidst the chaos of moving, her new career, and being a solo parent during her husband’s deployment, Stacey still recognized an opportunity too good to pass up. With the hope of ... Continue Reading

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Rachael Ballard – Never Give Up on Happiness

Posted by on Monday, October 6th, 2014

When Rachael Ballard and her husband had their first baby in September of 2011, they imagined their life would involve weekend activities and time together as a family. However, their reality proved to be more complex. Born with a rare kidney tumor, only six days after birth their son needed to have his kidney removed. The surgery was successful, but they found out the tumor was categorized as one of the types that have the potential to come back. At ... Continue Reading

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Rachel Krugh – Starting with a Vision

Posted by on Friday, October 3rd, 2014

As she stood at a worksite in Haiti, applying her Rodan + Fields® sunscreen, it suddenly dawned on Rachel Krugh that she had accomplished her goal and her journey had come full circle. There she was, building houses, on the mission trip she had been hoping to take for so long, but was unsure if she’d ever have the means to do so. In that moment Rachel’s beliefs were confirmed, yet again. She had truly found something special that enabled ... Continue Reading