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SWEPT 2019 2

Thank you Spelman College #SpelmanForever

Thank you Spelman College for inviting our executive director, Rhonda G. Hudson, as the guest speaker at the Annual Spelman Women ...
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RULER Training 3

Amazing Training with Yale University Professors!

Our Professional Development with Yale University's Center for Emotional Intelligence prepares us to deliver Social Emotional Learning for Youth & ...
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Prom Etiquette Guide 2016

South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine Features, “Prom Etiquette Guide 2016″, by Treasure Box Atlanta!

Prom Etiquette Guide 2016 By Rhonda G. Hudson Decisions-Decisions! As prom season approaches in Atlanta’s South Fulton community, many decisions ...
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Prom Expo 2015 “Where Character Counts!”

Treasure Box Atlanta presents Prom Expo 2015, Saturday, March 21, at Greenbriar Mall from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Metro ...
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Treasure Box Atlanta’s executive director gives the keynote “What’s the NEXT Big Thing?”

Treasure Box Atlanta's executive director gives the keynote "What's the NEXT Big Thing?" for Elaine Sterling Institute (ESI) Graduation Ceremony ...
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Our Executive Director Welcomes Oprah’s The Life You Want Weekend to Atlanta!

Our executive director, Rhonda Hudson, personally welcomes Oprah Winfrey and The Life You Want Weekend to Atlanta, Georgia.  Enjoy a ...
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Spelman College Honors Treasure Box Founder

President of Spelman College, Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum and Rhonda Hudson. On May 10, 2014, The Treasure Box School of ...
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Thumbs-up for The Treasure Box School of Etiquette from Commissioner “Bill” Edwards.

District 7 Residents & Friends: In today's issue I would like to personally acknowledge some of the accomplishments of our ...
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Thank you Spelman College for inviting our executive director, Rhonda G. Hudson,  to be the guest speaker at the Annual Spelman Women Empowered through Professional Training (SWEPT) ~ Soft-Skills (Business Dining Etiquette).