Since her graduation from Wellesley College in 1981, Desirée Rogers has been named one of the 50 most powerful African-American women in business by Black Enterprise and one of the “Top 25 Women to Watch” by Crain’s Chicago Business. Among many prestigious posts, she has served as the first African-American White House social secretary and now acts as chief executive officer of Johnson Publishing Co., the publisher of Ebony and Jet magazines. She returned to campus to speak about her journey during the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture, “The Making of a Woman.”
Introduction by Wellesley President, Kim Bottomly.
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