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Katie Egan – Happy Gratitude

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Katie Egan and her husband Eric were a mere two weeks away from welcoming their first child when they were presented with a challenging opportunity. “We jumped on the chance to move back to Chicago when my husband got promoted, but that also meant I didn't have a job to return to after maternity leave. Nevertheless, it was definitely a blessing. I was excited to stay home and have all those great moments with our little one.” Katie loved devoting ... Continue Reading

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Kelly Cody – Redefining Her Life

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Before Rodan + Fields became a major part of her story, Kelly Cody worked for a software company. She loved having a job that fit her life as a military spouse. “It was kind of a dream job for me. My husband is active duty military, and my company let me pick up and move and work from home. I saw myself working there for a really long time because my schedule was so flexible and it worked with our ... Continue Reading

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Julia Rutledge – No Limits

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

Julia Rutledge and her family moved to their dream home in California with ambitious goals. They planned to get settled on their 120 acres and ultimately to develop the land for use in a program or camp to benefit special needs children. One of Julia’s two beloved sons was born with Prader-Willi syndrome, a genetic condition that involves insatiable appetite and delayed development in many areas of life. This made Julia quite passionate about advocating for other families like her ... Continue Reading

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Jennifer Freeman – Comfort in Abundance

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

Jennifer Freeman and her husband Mike loved teaching and living in Littleton, Colorado with their five kids. After their youngest was born, Jennifer finally decided to put aside the stress of a full-time job to become a stay-at-home mom. “At the time I felt like I was working full time at home and at school. Everything was falling through the cracks. I was spread thin and not doing anything well.” Leaving work relieved one of Jennifer’s stresses, but unfortunately, it ... Continue Reading

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Kellye Ryan – Capturing a Golden Opportunity

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

Kellye Ryan left her position as a clinical research executive in the pharmaceutical industry to raise her four kids, and loved spending time with her constantly active family. She wasn’t intentionally pursuing a new career when she learned about Rodan + Fields through a friend. Still, the timing was perfect. “I had developed some skin issues and was already seeking treatment, so when I was introduced to the products I thought I'd like to give them all a try!” Fascinated by ... Continue Reading

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Kristin Stapleton – Finding Her Spark Again

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

Before her life took a surprising turn, Kristin Stapleton worked in brand management for a major pet food company. “I was in my dream job right out of business school. I loved my team, and the work was both challenging and rewarding. I worked long hours and traveled frequently, but I actually thrived on those experiences.” However, when Kristin and her husband Mark had their first of three boys, it became much harder to juggle two demanding careers. When her ... Continue Reading

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Emily Babcock – Lost and Found

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

Emily Babcock’s journey with Rodan + Fields started in a special way. After two decades of working as a physician assistant, many of those years teaching and practicing in dermatology, she had a unique experience falling in love with the R+F products in the retail setting. Years later, when Emily became an Independent Consultant, she realized that owning her own skincare business was the perfect endpoint for her prior career. She finally got to combine her love for skincare with ... Continue Reading

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Jessica Stevens – An Unexpected Bonus

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

After welcoming twins into her family, Jessica Stevens left her Kindergarten teaching career, embracing her chance to be a stay-at-home mom. She loved the time with her twins, and made staying at home her primary plan. Jessica was surprised when an exciting opportunity to further her career from home came in October 2012, when she saw Susie Carpenter posting online about her Rodan + Fields business. “I was very intrigued by what she was doing. We hopped on a call with ... Continue Reading

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Karla Gust – Remember Your Why

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

As a thriving pharmaceutical sales professional, Karla Gust absolutely loved her career. When a company downsizing and subsequent layoff coincided with her first pregnancy, Karla reluctantly chose to take the time as a rather unconventional maternity leave. “It was a stressful time. While my husband has a great job in the financial industry, we’d gotten accustomed to living with two incomes — and my job came with a company car and great benefits. We thought we were set for starting ... Continue Reading

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Alex Agosta – Broadway to Businesswoman

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, February 1st, 2018

As a native New Yorker with an all-consuming Broadway career, Alex Agosta was living her dream life. “My passion is, always has been, and always will be theatre. I started my career in PR and I never thought I wanted to do theatre professionally, but once I had a boring 9-to-5 job I really missed being in a show!” When Alex took an internship in company management, she transitioned beautifully into a career managing Broadway shows. It was fulfilling, challenging, ... Continue Reading

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