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Tracy Reid – Being a Light

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Tracy Reid believes that we can all become the best versions of ourselves, whatever that may look like. She lived this truth while teaching students with severe disabilities. “I loved working with those little ones. It was so rewarding to watch them accomplish things that other people said would never happen. As their teacher, I got to watch little miracles happen every single day.” But while Tracy loved being in the classroom, she wasn’t sure she would stay there forever. ... Continue Reading

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Meredith Kresge – Time Is Precious

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, April 5th, 2018

Meredith Kresge worked in the demanding real estate industry for more than 10 years, giving her all to every minute. But as her family grew, her rigorous career seemed far less attractive. “I always worked on other people's schedules and not my own. I carted my children around when they were babies, showing property and going to closings with them in their pajamas. I made it work. But I'm really glad they don't remember those days — it wasn't a ... Continue Reading

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Macy Eaves Eagle – Full Transformation

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

As a young married couple, Macy and Zack Eagle were fulfilling their lifelong passion by working in agriculture. However, Macy’s management position with wholesale plant nurseries involved a strict schedule, and the lack of flexibility started interfering with her happiness. “I just missed out on so much. I was only 25 and I had no other option but to keep working, but I had horrible migraines and other health problems. I never got to travel with my friends or do ... Continue Reading

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Dena Stoddard – Multiple Rewards

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, March 29th, 2018

As an attorney representing children in abuse and neglect cases, Dena felt she was truly fulfilling her purpose. “Growing up, my goal was to help those who couldn't help themselves. Originally I thought I would be a District Attorney, but I fell into this area of the law and it turned out that it was my passion. I loved helping to ensure that foster children stay safe, and setting them up to take their best shot at life. It was ... Continue Reading

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Teisha Simmons – Never Waste a Minute

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

More than 25 years ago, Teisha Simmons survived a car crash just outside her hometown, a small village on the Yukon River. She suddenly faced a challenging future as a C4 quadriplegic at only 15 years of age. After years of grueling therapy and enlightening personal growth, Teisha tackled major obstacles to achieve success in her career and family goals. When she launched her own Rodan + Fields business and embarked on her entrepreneurial journey, Teisha found another significant way ... Continue Reading

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Jenny Redfern – Finding Her Catalyst

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Jenny Redfern was working at a busy ophthalmology and optometry practice and while she liked being an eye doctor, the day-to-day grind lost a little bit of its excitement. “I loved my patients, but that work environment was not really conducive to my personal growth. I also learned that the business of healthcare wasn’t emotionally fulfilling for me. I really wanted to find my passion again.” Around the same time, Jenny started noticing changes in her skin. “When I found ... Continue Reading

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Tina Jun Chon – Fulfilling the Dream of Family Time

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

As a corporate director with a flourishing career, young children, and an extremely busy life, Tina Jun Chon began wishing for something to change. “We had a ‘tag, you’re it’ lifestyle in our family. We wanted to spend more time together, but this simple request seemed far from our reality. My husband, Young Chon, and I were so busy passing duties off to one another that we were completely passing each other by.” Tina yearned to find a better way ... Continue Reading

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Katya Bodiscomassink – For the First Time

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, March 15th, 2018

As a dedicated wife and mom to three young children, Katya Bodiscomassink relished the opportunity to stay home and enjoy a major life milestone. “My primary goal was to raise my family. That's what the women in my family have done exclusively for generations. I was the first woman in my family to serve in the military and to graduate college, and I felt thankful for the opportunity to follow in their footsteps and be a stay-at-home mom.” When she ... Continue Reading

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Karen Morgan – Chasing Her Dream

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

When Karen Morgan first learned about Rodan + Fields, she was feeling stuck in a higher education job that she never planned on taking. This was the most recent in a string of positions that she landed in to make ends meet. “I was really trying to figure out what I wanted to do for a living. I fell into this job just to pay the bills and to get away from the crazy schedule of radio work. Our department ... Continue Reading

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Jordan Lawson – A True Blue Jean Boss

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, March 8th, 2018

When Jordan Lawson started her Rodan + Fields business, she was making a last-ditch effort to continue being a stay-at-home mom. “At the time my husband and I had a two-year-old and a newborn, and my husband was working overtime at the pharmacy on his days off to make up for the fact that we were a one-income family. What I realized was that because I wanted to be home for all the boys' firsts — first runny nose, first ... Continue Reading

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