Rhonda Medina

Rhonda Adams Medina is a business affairs executive at a major media company in New York City. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and her law degree from Harvard where she was an editor on the Harvard Law Review. Rhonda serves on the New York Executive Committee of the United Nations Foundation's Girl Up campaign; on the boards of Bottomless Closet and the Trenton Children’s Choir; and the advisory councils of Princeton University's Center for African American Studies and Harvard Law School’s Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice. A native of Indianapolis, Indiana, Rhonda currently resides in Princeton Junction, New Jersey with her husband and their four school-aged children.