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Rock Star Of The Week, Debbi Coder

Debbi Coder Rodan + Fields

Join us in congratulating Rock Star of the Week, Debbi Coder!

Nominated by: Kim Oppenheim

Debbi is an amazing leader, and her team has experienced huge growth! Debbi has been an enthusiastic, encouraging leader who has been very generous in supporting all consultants in Rodan + Fields, regardless of whose team they are on through giving of her time on training calls, and at events!

Debbi’s story: Debbi Coder had dedicated the last 21 years to raising her four children when she first heard about Rodan + Fields through a friend’s Facebook post in 2012. Debbi’s friend, who Debbi met at the orphanage where they both adopted their children, was looking to expand her Rodan + Fields customer base. Debbi knew about Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields and always wanted to try the products. To support her friend and also out of interest in the efficacy of the products, she became a customer, and after experiencing incredible results that left her skin glowing for days, she joined as an Independent Consultant. It didn’t take long for this entrepreneur to make her vision a reality. In just one and a half years working her business 20 to 25 hours a week, Debbi was promoted to Level V Executive Consultant and earned many rewards including a Level V Arrival Trip to California Wine Country and a new Starfire Pearl Lexus through the Road to RFx Car Incentive Program. She has promoted to the top of our pay plan as an RFX Achiever! Debbi hopes her two daughters, who joined as Independent Consultants in 2012, will eventually run the business some day. Meanwhile, the extra money she and her daughters earn allows them to make generous contributions to adoption support programs, a cause that’s important to them. “We know through our personal experience how expensive adoption can be, so it’s been wonderful to remove cost as a barrier for others seeking to adopt, ” says Debbi, who is eager to build a winning team and share the business opportunity with as many people as possible.

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