Fran Rodgers

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Fran Rodgers... is widely recognized as a leader in addressing simultaneous labor force and business changes and was a founder of the work/life industry. Ms. Rodgers founded WFD (formerly Work/Family Directions) in 1983, where she remains the CEO.

At WFD, Rodgers assisted blue chip, global corporations in igniting and sustaining employee commitment to business results. In 1994, she was a national winner of the Ernst and Young/Merrill Lynch Entrepreneur of the Year contest. In 1996, she was named one of the 25 most influential working mothers in the United States by Working Mother magazine.[1]

JStreet advisory council

In 2009 listed members of the JStreet advisory council included Fran Rodgers.[2]

Progressive Majority

In 2011 Fran Rodgers Share/Save/Bookmark served on the board of Progressive Majority.[3]