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Desiree Rogers joins Johnson Publishing as a consultant

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WASHINGTON--Former White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers is joining Chicago based Johnson Publishing as a consultant, TheRoot.com scooped on Friday.

From TheRoot: "Linda Johnson Rice is finally bringing in the big guns to turn around the battle to save Johnson Publishing. Former White House social secretary and longtime friend Desiree Rogers is working in a consultancy position with the company "to assist with corporate strategy," says Wendy Parks, a spokeswoman for the publisher of Ebony and Jet magazines. JPC's president and COO Anne Sempowski Ward is on maternity leave, according to Parks."

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best wishes to Ms. Rogers on her new endeavor and to Johnson Publishing, a venerated firm that shared the stories and experiences of African-Americans from the margins to the mainstream.

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