Rhonda Overby

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    • Member Type(s): Expert
      Communications Professional
    • Title:president/CEO
    • Organization:CAMERA READY INCORPORATED
    • Area of Expertise:PR, Marketing, Media Production
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    My Expertise

      Area(s) of expertise: PR, Marketing, Media Production
      Summary of expertise:
      Rhonda Overby has led a successful PR/Marketing Communications firm since 1995. Camera Ready specializes in expanding brands. In addition to running the firm, Overby manages portfolios and maintains in-depth exposure to media, banking, finance and investing.
      Blog/Web site: www.CameraReadyInc.com
      Awards/associations/memberships:
      Emmy Awards, Telly Awards, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Board Member of The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum and The Baltimore Design School, member of The Center Club and Baltimore Country Club
      Prior media experience:
      Prior to starting Camera Ready, Rhonda was an anchor/reporter/talk show host and producer for various, network television stations along the East Coast, including Baltimore’s NBC affiliate, WBAL-TV - where her shows were consistently number one in the ratings. Overby has won regional and national Emmy and Telly awards. As an actor, she portrayed Dawn Daniels on NBC’s critically acclaimed drama, HOMICIDE: Life on the Street for six seasons.
      Educational background:
      After completing high school early, Rhonda Overby earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She conducted graduate studies in business at Johns Hopkins University.
      Interests:
      Overby offers a unique perspective as a self-made, bi-racial woman, who travels the globe regularly, speaking English and Spanish. An avid reader and epicurean, who enjoys fashion, fitness and getting a great deal, Overby was "green" and "global" long before they were a part of the vernacular.

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