With over 21 years of experience in SaaS, SDLC, software testing, business analysis, computer literacy, technical writing, leadership/management, and professional and personal development training, Rhonda is currently the CEO of A Life Ignited, LLC. In her business she works as a Camtasia-Certified Instructional Designer, e-Learning and Udemy-approved Instructor (with over 4,000 online students in over 116 countries), training professional and curriculum consultant helping non-profit organizations, businesses, schools, and coaches create and implement impactful and action-driven learning “experiences” that educate, empower, and engage employees, students, and clients to both accelerate and up level their standards of excellence and to take action, step into their greatness, and achieve their big bodacious goals in life, leadership, and in their careers and businesses.

When Rhonda is not designing courses, consulting clients, or facilitating workshops, she is igniting lives, coaching, and teaching women and students life, empowerment, and leadership skills. She is both an empowerment and STEM speaker who has inspired audiences at schools and colleges, expos, retreats, and international empowerment events.

Rhonda is a very active community servant. She serves as the Director of Communications and Social Media for the Temple Women’s Network, and she also mentors and volunteers her time for causes with organizations such as The Urban League of Philadelphia and Treehouse Books to name just a few. 

Rhonda was featured on the cover of WomELLE Leadership Magazine with her family and featured in a 10-page spread discussing work like balance and how to cultivate an amazing home life and relationship with your kids and spouse while working hard to impact the world and build a business.

Rhonda is a graduate of Temple University’s Fox School of Business and an alumna of The Philadelphia HighSchool for Girls.

She is a self-care fanatic and uses her platform to promote heart health and wellness in African American and other minority communities