Skip to comments.Desiree Rogers Heads to Ebony, Jet
Posted on 06/08/2010 2:56:37 PM PDT by Nachum
Former White House social secretary Desiree Rogers, known for her flare for fashion and party planning, has accepted a job with Johnson Publishing Co., the Chicago media company that publishes Ebony and Jet magazines.
Rogers, who left her White House job in February after a dustup over a security breach at President Barack Obamas first state dinner, will serve as a consultant at the largest African-American publishing company in the U.S. helping with corporate strategy and revamping its two most popular magazines.
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I tried to get financing for a new publication called “Ivory,” but even Wonder Bread passed on the sponsorship.
During the security scandal, I saw some of her e-mails. The woman is borderline illiterate.
Kind of reminds me when one of Bubba’s buds came up with a job for Monica to get her out of Dodge ....
Congratulations. Hope she is successful.
I wonder if Ebony hires using a quota system?
Not a snowball’s chance.
“will serve as a consultant”.
Is this sorta like a “community organizer” where you get paid for doing pretty much nothing?
I should have said “paid off” for doing nothing.
Wizenheimer. You’re very funny.
And right on the money.
They say she’s known for fashion and party planning.
But that dress of hers makes some of Mee-shell’s worst offerings look kinda good.
What about Liquid Paper?
And Democrats accuse Republicans of having a good ole boys network.
The level of hypocritical projection on their part is just jaw-dropping.
After the dustup over the White House party crashers, media kept showing this dame in an outfit that looked for all the world like it was created from disposable diapers & rolls of 6” brown gauze that my veeterinarian uses on my horses over a bandage for a top wrap.
It was shapeless, stupid & it was referred to as ‘haute couture’.
I thought it was laughable & have not changed my mind.
If that is ‘fashin sense’ I am glad to wear my jeans here in Nevada.
Did you try naming it "Cracker"?