Rhonda Aaron

Ms. Aaron and her “Sister Friends” team live their motto, “United We Stand, United We Make a Difference,” by providing meals to families in need with partners Second Baptist Church and The Watershed. Since 2009, Ms. Aaron and SFU have promoted their belief that all women can be empowered to better serve the community by honoring an inspiring example with an annual Women of Excellence Award, which has included legends Dr. Joycelyn Elders, the first African American female to be US surgeon general, and Minni-Jean Brown-Trickey, one of the Little Rock Nine students who integrated Central High School.

Ms. Aaron has been widely recognized and awarded for her work and dedication to community service:

  • featured in the Arkansas Times as a First Security Bank Top 40 Women Entrepreneur
  • featured on the cover of Miss Lady Community Magazine for her community service
  • recognized by the STAND Foundation as an Outstanding Community Leader
  • received Dare to Care Award for Community Advocacy from the Greater Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church
  • received the Pay It Forward Award for her support of Sisters Living with Alopecia
  • received the Humanitarian Award in her hometown of Dumas for giving back to the community
  • received the Vanguard Leadership Award from the Women of Excellence honorees
  • served as chair for the Leadership Council Board for the American Lung Association
  • chair of the Women’s Cabinet for Lung Force
  • Chair of the Employee Resource Group (ERC) for Cardinal Health
  • received Cardinal Health’s 2016 ERG Woman of the Year Award for her focus and commitment to diversity and inclusion within the Fortune 500 company

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2513 McCain Blvd., Ste 2
Unit 175
North Little Rock, AR 72116