Monday MyCom High Five: Congratulations to Rhonda Crowder

November 6, 2023

MyCom Salutes Who’s Who In Black Cleveland Associate Publisher Rhonda Crowder for her work to celebrate and encourage community leaders.

“I do not care what industry it is there is always a black person who is performing at the highest level and it is a great thing for a black child with any aspiration to have a resource and see someone who is succeeding and achieving in that field.”

The Monday High Five has highlighted a number of MyCom network partners that were recently named to the 2023 Who’s Who In Black Cleveland. Real Times Media Associate Publisher Rhonda Crowder is responsible for selecting the individuals chosen to represent the area and bring the book to market.

Ms. Crowder is a Cleveland native, having grown up in Hough, and is the founder and Chief Content Officer of Rhonda Crowder and Associates, a full-service creative services agency.

Read the Whole Story Here.


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    MyCom Coordinator
  • "It was amazing, and really made me think of my community more, and how I can change it"
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