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Quoted: Desiree Rogers on being fabulous


Desiree Rogers. (Katrina Wittkamp for Chicago Magazine)


"People think, 'Wait a minute, you can't be this stylish and intelligent, too.' I take people out of their comfort zone."

-- Desiree Rogers in the new issue of Chicago magazine. The former White House social secretary selected the come-hither photo spread but touts her skills as a CEO and marketing expert: "My goal was to make the White House a relevant place to the people of this country, and I think I built a good foundation."



Go read it:
Chicago: Desirée Rogers: 'I Have Learned Who I Am'

By The Reliable Source  | October 21, 2010; 7:30 PM ET
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Comments

This is a fascinating article! Marcia Froelke Coburn gives behind-the-scenes details in her Chicago Magazine story. She covered Desiree Rogers for a decade before she became WH social secretary.

Posted by: tvgbunny | October 22, 2010 5:33 PM | Report abuse

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