Our mission is to help you make more money. Period.
We teach you how to increase your income, build wealth, and earn 7 figures per year—without sacrificing your family, health, or sanity in the process.
If you want some Hello Seven magic in your life, join We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club. An online community for women who want to make bank.
We live in a world that is extremely imbalanced when it comes to women and money.
In virtually every profession, women are lagging behind men financially. Working just as hard—or harder—but not earning nearly enough.
- Women run 40% of small businesses, but generate only 4% of the revenue.
- Only 6% of women earn six figures per year, compared to 13% of men.
- Women are 35% more likely than men to experience poverty, especially later in life.
- For Black women and other people of color, the statistics are even worse. White households have an average net worth that is 10x more than Black families.
At Hello Seven, we want to fix this.
We want to build a world where men and women have equal financial power, a world that is fair, equitable, and balanced. Achieving this goal is why we do…everything we do.
Our Founder and Team
Hello Seven was founded by Rachel Rodgers, an intellectual property attorney and business coach.
Rodgers started her career working for state and federal judges, nonprofits, and even Hillary Clinton. Today she’s the owner of a multi-million dollar business, mother of four, and visionary featured in publications like Time, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and The Washington Post.
The Hello Seven team includes marketing and sales experts and master coaches who can whip your mindset into shape, get you unstuck, and get you behaving like the boss you know you can be.
Meet the Team
Learning to run a ranch & ride horses. Loves Beyoncé, coffee, and countin’ her ones.
Suzi is equal parts political science and musical theatre. She has, like, a lot of kids.
In one parallel universe, Brittany is a painter, in another she's a flutist, and in another she's a mathematician.
Motorcycle riding, witty t-shirt wearing, dog lover and promoter of “slow is smooth and smooth is fast.”
If Karla were stranded on an island with only two food items, they would be an avocado and Nutella.
Luisa keeps living the muggle life and patiently waiting for her Hogwarts letter…
Josh’s favorite song is when all the systems sing together in unison.
Brittany’s personality can be summed up with 90s pop music, cardigans, and iced white chocolate mochas.
Bethany spends her spare time drinking oat milk lattes, while dreaming of traveling the world.
She’s always trying new things (which is probably why she can never finish a single book—her words not ours!) and is a self-proclaimed “true Sagittarius.”
The only thing Clary cares more about than accessibility is snacks!
If Southern Sweet Tea and pearls could have a baby and deliver her at the beach, you’d have Keisha.
Lover of languages, rain, and Black music. Proud Jamaican. Looking out for small miracles every day. Did we mention proud Jamaican?
Meridith E. Malloy
The mama bestie of her crew, good for real talk yet a loving laugh, at any given moment she can be found shimmying, giggling or planning the next adventure.
Elena Lucine LeFevre
She / Her
Elena loves to read fantasy novels, play basketball, climb mountains, and jump into the ocean at any time of year.
Part confidante, part navigator, part bouncer, part fixer. Her hand is in all the cookie jars – proverbial and actual.
We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club is an online membership community for women in business.
It’s like a virtual gym. Except instead of building muscle, you build wealth, and get into the best financial shape of your life.