How Rachel Ngom is Helping Guide Entrepreneurs on Their Journeys to Making an Impact in Their Own Lives and on the World

Rachel Ngom is making an impact, each and every day, whether for your family or in helping entrepreneurs navigate the rigors of everyday life, both personally and professionally.

The founder of the popular podcast, She’s Making an Impact, which includes well over 300 episodes, Ngom is leaving listeners, ‘Inspired. Empowered. Equipped.’ and that is just the beginning. Her show includes expert interviews and strategies that are easy for listeners to understand and take action. Those who tune in are able to learn valuable marketing strategies that they can, in turn, apply to grow their respective businesses faster than they ever could have imagined.

Meet Rachel Ngom

Ngom is a Swiss Army Knife in both her personal and professional lives. She is a mother, disruptor, thought-leader, income stream cultivator, general wealth advocate, and freedom strategist, among many other skills and techniques.

A former Big Ten volleyball player turned entrepreneur, Ngom offers her business and marketing strategies to faith-driven entrepreneurs who are on a similar journey to creating generational wealth as well. 

“I want my clients to have the ability to create the lives they want with their families and to have the most impact in the world by being a blessing to others,” she said. “You have to have multiple income streams in today’s day and age, because if you rely on just one and it goes away, you are left with essentially nothing.”

She began her entrepreneurial journey when she was just 23 years old. Her first business was in network marketing, which she launched while having -$400 in her checking account and living off of food stamps. While living in France, she formed it into a six-figure business. When the company restructured, her income was essentially cut in half which brought her to the realization of the importance of having multiple income streams.

With She’s Making an Impact, Ngom is teaching clients how she used Pinterest for lead generation in her network marketing business and saw it take off. The first marketing strategy she implemented propelled her traffic to north of 34,000. In the first year on her own, she accumulated over $430,000 while serving 1,700 clients in the process.

Fast forward to today, she has helped more than 8,000 clients, earned millions in revenue, started multiple businesses in Senegal, Africa, and became a millionaire at 34 years old. Her international business savvy is second to none, having founded numerous businesses in Senegal and spearheading them, along with her husband, from both France and the United States. 

“It wasn’t an easy journey,” she recalled. “I experienced severe burnout with my first business, got adrenal fatigue, gained 30 pounds and felt sick all of the time. I also felt like a terrible mom and that is what ultimately prompted me to do things differently and develop my business model. Now, I’ve structured a business that gives my family freedom to live anywhere in the world, while I can also prioritize my family and our health, and make an impact.”

Making an Impact

With three pillars of success under her brand umbrella, Ngom is guiding budding entrepreneurs and prospective business owners toward new heights. 

The first pillar includes her online courses, which focuses on creating optimal content, generating leads, and becoming the go-to expert in one’s respective industry fast, all while working less.

“If you are looking for flexible support that garners a big ROI, then these online courses are perfect for you,” she said. “Each one is tailored to help you develop the best and most-specific marketing strategy that you can.”

Her business coaching course is for those who are prepared to tack on another six figures to their income, but not sure where or even how to start. This program is split into two offerings. The first is a group-centric program, ‘Activate’, which is an all-inclusive experience for entrepreneurs, and includes step-by-step processes and education to attract and grow audiences. The second, ‘Elite 1:1 Coaching’, is for purpose-driven entrepreneurs looking to do all the same, as well as leave their respective marks on the world. This private course enlists clients into Ngom’s inner circle and she gives you 1:1 advice and coaching calls.

“If you’re looking to make an influence, create life-changing income and have a massive impact on the world, then my elite coaching is for you,” she stated. “I love teaching stressed and overwhelmed entrepreneurs how to get out of the hustle and into creating a business that gives them true freedom.”

The primary course in her online programs, Pin with Purpose, takes it back to where it all started for Ngom, Pinterest. Here, she teaches clients how to drive traffic to their sites. 

“Facebook and Instagram organic reach is dead,” she proclaimed. “Those platforms want you to ‘pay to play’, but ads are getting expensive and the algorithm is making it even more difficult. The answer is Pinterest!”

Her Pin with Purpose course is helping clients maximize their organic traffic and seeing them generate new leads every day. 

“I believe that creating a lifestyle of freedom can happen without the hustle, “she said. “It’s possible to create a million-dollar business working 20 hours per week while still prioritizing one’s family. You can be ambitious and still honor your top priorities.”

About Rachel Ngom

Rachel Ngom is the founder of She’s Making an Impact, where she is helping purpose-driven entrepreneurs create multiple income streams, financial freedom, and generational wealth that will serve their families without sacrificing what matters most. She offers guidance to anyone on their entrepreneurial journey to scale without burnout with her online courses, coaching, and the She’s Making an Impact podcast, all while working just 20 hours each week. In January of 2023, she is launching a new course, Success Without Stress. For more information, or to make an impact with her, please visit


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