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Andrea Rodgers is the Founder of Miss A (AskMissA.com), which covers the intersection of charity and lifestyle for 1.5 million unique readers annually. Based in Washington, DC, Miss A has a presence in 21 U.S. cities with 30 editors and hundreds of writer. Andrea was inspired after 9/11, and became heavily involved in Washington’s charity circuit in an effort to give back to the community. At the core of the Miss A brand is Andrea’s personal belief in the positive power of volunteering and charity — not only to benefit those less fortunate, but to improve the individual, business or brand that gives their time, money and energy to a cause. AskMissA.com serves as a technological platform which connects editors, writers and readers around this core belief and shines a spotlight on the best nonprofits, charity events, cause marketing campaigns and philanthropic & stylish people, businesses and brands to inspire others to get involved.

Andrea Rodgers is a member of the Vogue 100, a hand-selected group by Vogue magazine of 100 influential decision makers and opinion leaders across the country known for their distinctive taste in fashion & culture. She has been featured in Vogue, W and Allure, CNN, Fox News, NOS Dutch Public Broadcasting, TV Tokyo, France 24, Alhurra, USA Today, Washington Post & Politico.

GMA Advice Guru: Miss A Applies for Good Morning America Job

I already shared this with my Facebook friends, but wanted to let my readers know that I have thrown my hat in the ring for a full time, on-air position at “Good Morning America”. GMA is searching nationwide for a 21st Century Advice Guru to be the new “Dear Abby”. At midnight on October 15th, the submissions will be closed, and within a week approximately 10 finalists will be announced on ABC. Since this is for a real job, the finalists will submit an employment application, go through a formal interview process, and be subject to a satisfactory check of references and completion and review of any other hiring prerequisites, including but not limited to a criminal background check. Unlike a normal job, finalists will give on-camera video responses to questions, and there may be some online voting on who viewers favor.

Jim Murphy, Executive Producer of “GMA” told Huffington Post, “It would be just awesome if some fabulous high-school guidance counselor gets a break like this.” From the responses I’ve received via email and Facebook, it seems like my fans think it would be pretty fabulous if I were to get a break like this! Hopefully, they will take a look at the advice I have given, and give me a chance. Please post your thoughts and comments below! Stay tuned to Good Morning America!

– Miss A

P.S. Here’s a sweet article written by one of my contributors on how my advice has helped her and women like her – GMA Needs Miss A  As Advice Guru

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