WHO & WHAT: A VIRTUAL EVENT w/ author Rachel Rodgers and special guest, entrepreneur Glo Atanmo, in discussion about Rachel's new book, We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power.
WHEN: Monday, May 10, 2021 — 4pm PST (7pm EST)
HOW: With the purchase of a sliding scale ticket** (below) you will receive a private invite link via email within 24 hours of the event start (be sure to check your spam and email us if you have not received the link prior to the event start time). A recording of the conversation will be available for 48 hours only after the event.
Live captions are available via Google Chrome accessibility settings. Captions will be added to the post event recording. Please email us if you have any additional needs or accessibility concerns.
All tickets include a copy of We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power (with signed bookplate while supplies last). Books are shipped within 3-5 days after the event.
for those in the US and Canada only.
As we are unable to ship outside of this region, tickets purchased by those outside of US and Canada will be sponsoring a book to be gifted to those in our community.
Base ticket is $35 (including shipping in the US) — all Rep Club events are sliding scale. If you have the means to pay more, feel free to flex your support. If you cannot, we got you, and always reserve a limited number of complimentary and discounted tickets. Please reach out to email@example.com if interested.
Rachel Rodgers' first digital product, Small Business Bodyguard, has produced more than one million dollars in revenue and served over 3,500 customers. In the past two years, she's helped over a thousand female entrepreneurs significantly increase their income with her company coaching company Hello Seven. Her mission with this book is to use the platform I've established to share the belief - no, the reality - that all women should be millionaires. Rachel's advice has been shared in Fast Company, Forbes, Entrepreneur, The Washington Post, and Time. She's explained to NBC why it's hard to be a feminist if you're broke. And, because she has a lot to say that's controversial, she's pretty popular when it comes to booking media.
Glo Atanmo is a creative entrepreneur and online educator, venturing to over 80 countries across 6 continents and telling the stories of destinations around the world. She's landed features in Forbes, Oprah Magazine, Conde Nast, Essence, BBC, and is the host of "The Glo Show" podcast. She's the founder of The Social Educators Academy, helping people leverage their social platforms to make a difference and make a living. Her content is best known for promoting unity through life experiences and business wisdom. In her spare time, you can find her quoting "The Office" or advocating for more naps.