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Dawn Biernat – Rekindling a Passion for Leadership

Posted by on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

Dawn Biernat is not your typical teacher. Theatre and performance run in her blood, and she has always tried to inject as much music and creativity as possible into her 20 years of teaching. “It's so cool to have a job where I can have fun and express myself, and help young people do the same. Once I close the door of the classroom, it can be wherever I want it to be, and I love that.” A passionate and ... Continue Reading

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Molly Koch – Soaring to New Heights

Posted by on Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Molly Koch is an incredibly motivated and focused person. Rising at 3:00 a.m. each morning, she goes for a run to keep in triathlon shape. She then returns home to get her four kids up and fed before school. Next stop is her day job in the aerospace industry, where she ensures compliance of imports and exports for 12,000 employees worldwide. After work it's off to school to collect the kids and take them to their various sports and activities. ... Continue Reading

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Emily Yost – Forging Her Own Path

Posted by on Friday, October 27th, 2017

Like many other Rodan + Fields® Independent Consultants, Emily Yost’s R+F journey began with her mother, Kris Fairless, who first fell in love with the products and was thrilled to become part of the Company’s brand new future when they left department stores in 2007. As some of the first Consultants in the nation, Kris and Emily’s sister Sarah Robbins started growing an amazing team—but at first, Emily held back. “My mom and sister had been trying to get me to ... Continue Reading

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Laura Chenoweth – A Blossoming New Business

Posted by on Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Looking for a creative outlet to supplement her full-time career as an office manager, Laura Chenoweth set up her own business as a wedding florist. She enjoyed the work, and it gave her an additional income for part of the year. But in the summer months her business bloomed, and in the winter it died down—a pattern that began to frustrate Laura. “During the summer I was overloaded with work, putting in hours all over. But then in the winter ... Continue Reading

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Erin Bugbee – Building on a Busy Life

Posted by on Thursday, October 19th, 2017

As a unit manager for one of the largest emergency departments in Canada, Erin Bugbee had her challenging full-time job well in hand. This registered nurse was also raising two young children and working on a master’s degree in her limited spare time—she was a walking definition of “busy.” However, Erin’s go-getter attitude and determination for success made her excited about adding one more thing to her plate. “I’m of the philosophy that busy people do get stuff done! So when ... Continue Reading

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Sue Jensen – Blazing a Successful Trail

Posted by on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

An outdoorswoman, born and bred, Sue Jensen grew up in northwest British Columbia, fishing, hiking, competing in local rodeos, and working as a whitewater rafting guide. It was there that she met her husband, Wade, a hunting guide who spent his winters on a cattle ranch and summers working in the wilderness. Once they were married, Sue joined him, working on a ranch as a cowgirl and tending to more than 1400 expectant heifers in her first year. This adventurous lifestyle ... Continue Reading

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Jessica Suderman – Relishing the Luxury of Choice

Posted by on Friday, October 13th, 2017

Running a digital, easily portable business has been a saving grace for Jessica Suderman and her family in the past year. Through the twists and turns their lives have taken, a career that she can maintain on the go has been a very welcome advantage. It has provided her family the freedom and breathing space necessary to allow other great opportunities to grow and blossom. Family first, business second When starting out with Rodan + Fields®, Jessica admits that her driving force ... Continue Reading

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Allison Eastman – Standing on Her Own Two Feet

Posted by on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

To go it alone as a single parent is a daunting undertaking that can be challenging to even the most intrepid among us. Allison Eastman, however, has faced that challenge head on, and with the help of her recent business achievements is single-handedly forging a brighter future for herself and her children. Shaky first steps When Allison and her family moved to Seattle in 2012, she started her own hair and skin business and her high-end facials were a popular service. Over ... Continue Reading

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Michelle Roy – Empowering Change

Posted by on Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Michelle Roy is someone who has overcome great adversity and not only survived, but has come out the other side with a deep-rooted passion for helping others. Having suffered a horrific incident as a child, she summoned the strength to recover and went on to build a thriving business which, in turn, gave her the opportunity and confidence to use her story as an inspiration to those around her. Turning results into a career As a seven-year-old, Michelle suffered a devastating and ... Continue Reading

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Vicky Schroeder – Living in Gratitude

Posted by on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

As a successful pharmacist, Vicky Schroeder loved interacting with her patients and helping them solve their problems. But once motherhood became a reality, she found herself doubting her commitment to such a demanding career. “I really do love my profession because I love helping people, but it’s really stressful. I felt chained to the pharmacy during long nights, weekends, and holidays. But because I brought in a considerable portion of my family’s income and benefits, I felt that to stay at ... Continue Reading

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