Rikki Rogers is a writer and marketer working outside of Washington, D.C. When she’s not stuck in traffic, she enjoys writing poetry and running after her toddler son. Since earning her BA from the University of Virginia and her MFA from the University of Utah, she's served in marketing and communication positions at a number of tech companies in the D.C. area. She writes a bi-weekly column for career-loving parents for The Muse and explores her obsession with language and culture at www.rikkiwrites.com.
The author, a marketer and media critic, takes a close look at the trend of ads that seem to be selling women’s and girls’ strength as much as any product. More »
The author, a marketing professional, takes note of some new and different female characters in TV ads—and hopes that they will set a trend. More »