Lindsey Griffin – Carefree at Twenty-Three

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

Most people have experienced, at some point in their lives, the dread of going to work on Monday morning. Whether it's because you hate your job, or you just need a change, sometimes the weekend just goes by much too fast. When you're young, it is expected that you will work a few terrible jobs or internships before you find your place in the world, and it is rare to be a college student and already have a rewarding career. ... Continue Reading



Romi Neustadt – The Courage To Change

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, December 16th, 2013

Romi Neustadt has never been afraid to make a professional change. After three years as an unfulfilled lawyer, she decided to put her writing, speaking and advocating skills to use in PR. For 12 years she worked with Fortune 500s, start-ups, and entertainment and nonprofit clients in large and small agencies in New York and Seattle. After she had her first child, Romi knew she wanted more flexibility to be with her son than agency life could allow, so she ... Continue Reading



Kari Willis – Finding the Right Path

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, December 13th, 2013

At age thirty, Kari Willis was already well into a life of climbing the corporate ladder in marketing and business development. She had all the benefits and comfort that come with a stable and lucrative career, and with a six figure income, she felt she was right where she needed to be. “I really thought that I was on the right path, and I was certainly on the path that people easily identify as the road to success.” That path ... Continue Reading



Andrika Langham – Better Versions of Ourselves

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

“We are all more alike than we are different, and most of us are striving to be better versions of ourselves.” A year ago, Andrika Langham was looking for an opportunity that would help her become a better version of herself. As a chef and owner of a successful catering company, she had an extremely busy schedule. She found her work exciting and enjoyed what she was doing, but there was a downside. “I knew that I wasn't being a great ... Continue Reading



Susie Sheftel – Dreaming is Believing

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, December 9th, 2013

Susie Sheftel is an artist who loves to inspire people, especially when it comes to environmental awareness. Susie has always let her imagination take her to new places in life, and since childhood she has dreamed of being able to help others in a big way. “I always believed that one day I would do something that would make a big difference. I envisioned myself being successful and being able to pay it forward, which is why I am so ... Continue Reading



Karen Rector – Making a Difference

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, December 6th, 2013

To some, family is everything; the people you love and come home to everyday, and the valuable time spent with them matters more than any monetary amount ever could. For Karen Rector, being a stay-at-home mom was always a top priority. That is why, after four years as an event planner, she left her career so that she could devote her time to being a mother. The change meant she wouldn't be contributing to her family's finances anymore, but that ... Continue Reading



Marissa McDonough – Inspiring Entrepreneurs

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

Marissa McDonough has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. A natural business leader who is determined to be successful, she inspires many people to go after what they want out of life, and she enjoys showing people how to make their dreams into a reality. She has used her degree in business marketing to excel in the real estate market, and worked for many years as a professional real estate broker. Content with her job as a broker, she wasn't looking ... Continue Reading



Lisa Jauregui – A Team Effort

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, December 2nd, 2013

A few years ago, Lisa began preparing herself for the day she would become a mother. As a busy professional in the advertising world, she was working long hours all week long, and she didn't rest on the weekends. Instead, she concentrated her efforts on growing her business as a makeup artist in the wedding industry. Her hope was that as her business flourished, she would have the freedom to quit her job and work only on the weekends. With ... Continue Reading



Jamie Petersen – Paying it Forward

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Jamie Petersen is not the kind of person to shy away from an exciting opportunity. Her thirteen years as a financial advisor were fun, rewarding years, and she loved everything about her job. But when she and her husband started to have children, she began looking for something that would give her the ability to spend more time at home. She wanted to be there for her two young kids more often than her demanding hours in finance allowed, but ... Continue Reading



Denise Johnson – Giving Back, Not Giving Up

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, November 25th, 2013

Even as a young girl, Denise Johnson knew she wanted to be a mother. "For as long as I can remember, children have been my main passion in life and I always wanted to have lots of them.” When she married her husband Ron, they hoped to start a family right away, but for years they struggled with infertility. Then came an opportunity for them to adopt a baby they named Michael, but shortly before he was born, Denise learned ... Continue Reading