MEET RIKKI LEE
Rikki Lee, also known as “that girl” is a full-time college student, content creator and CEO of The Rikki Lee Agency, an all-in-one creative consulting solution to solopreneurs, permalancers, and small businesses that plan to be big. Wise beyond her years with the confidence of a natural-born leader, Rikki is pioneering a movement and redefining what it means to be that girl.
She is currently a full-ride scholarship recipient studying Business Marketing with double minors in Professional Writing and Entrepreneurship & Innovation at The Ohio State University. With over 5 years experience (and counting) in marketing, her passion for curating spaces and visibility for minority students extends far beyond the classroom. Currently she serves as the President of the Black Advertising & Strategic Communications Association and as the VP of Marketing & Communications for the Undergraduate Society of Black Leaders.
Outside of her college campus, she has comprised a worldwide community of over 85,000 women with impressions exceeding 4 million in 2022 alone with her feel-good motivational content that spans across Youtube, Instagram,TikTok and her five-star rated podcast That Girl Radio.
Rikki has received many accolades for her confluence both online and in the Ohio State University community, including receiving an Outstanding First-Year Student Award, the Alpha Kappa Alpha Theta Chapter’s Black Girl Magic Award, and a $5000 business grant from Delta Sigma Theta’s 2021 Business Pitch Competition.
As the host of That Girl Radio, she focuses on demystifying the challenges of designing a life worth living. Through candid conversations at the intersection of faith, womanhood, and success she provides her listeners with the tools to become the best version of themselves, aka “that” girl. In 2023, she launched That Life Planning, a digital stationery brand to aid in designing the life of your dreams. With a variety of digital planners, finance trackers, and wellness journals, she has helped hundreds of women take autonomy over their day to day.
Using her faith and passions for community and digital storytelling, her vision is to help women realize their God-given potential and begin taking up space.