Festive Tips: #SOFU Style
As we prepare for this festive season with family and friends, let’s not overlook the obvious. The holidays are exciting times filled with office parties, visiting family and friends, shopping for the perfect gifts, eating favorite foods.READ MORE
South Fulton LIfestyle Article
Keep Calm and Say "I Do"
A traditional wedding is full of the usual pomp and circumstance. The planing and execution of the "Big Day" can be physically and mentally taxing for both the bride and groom along with their family.READ MORE
Treasure Box Atlanta Partners with The Elaine Sterling Institute
Treasure Box Atlanta Partners with The Elaine Sterling Institute to prepare participants to outclass the competition with providing clients with the “Gold Standard” of Customer Experience (link for more) – Participants completed the #Communication Style-“How to Navigate the Art of Communication in the Business World” workshop. Our founder served as Keynote to Elaine Sterling Institute graduates the following year with the challenge-“What’s the NEXT BIG Thing?”
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 on November 1, 2014.
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 personal note of thanks and gifts from Oprah!
The National Alumnae Association of Spelman College (NAASC) Spotlights our founder, Rhonda Hudson
My name is Rhonda G. Hudson and I am a proud native of Atlanta, Georgia. I graduated from Spelman College in 2002 by way of the Great ‘88. I am an educator and the Executive Director and Founder of Treasure Box Atlanta, a premier professional development company. I have been a member of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College (NAASC) for over 10 years intermittently, and was reintroduced to NAASC over the past three years through my volunteerism as a Sister2Sister Professional Mentor, and service on the Spelman Team Alumnae Recruiters (STARs), and becoming an active member of the Annual Scholarship Fundraiser committee. Being a member of NAASC during the on-set of Covid-19, Social and Political unrest, and “Social Distancing” in America has been a beacon of light and strength. My favorite memory as a NAASC member was calling Madam President, Adrienne Lance Lucus to let her know I was not able to join a committee call because I was caring for my daughter, who was in the hospital after having my grandson. Madam President asked, “What hospital and do I need to activate our Spelman sisters to assist you?” – TRUE BLUE! My heart melted and I cried with tears of joy and relief. #Undaunted #SpelmanStrong