Rhonda Jackson Page graduated from James Madison University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and holds a Master of Education degree in Adult Education with a concentration in Human Resource Development from Virginia Commonwealth University.

At JMU, she was involved in Women of Color, the Contemporary Gospel Singers and Students for Minority Outreach. At VCU, she was a volunteer for the READ Center assisting adults in learning to read and in obtaining their GED. 

Rhonda began her professional career in mortgage banking where she currently works for Citizens Bank, N.A. as a Vice President managing the Post Closing & Loan Delivery functions. 

Rhonda continues to be active in her home community.  She is a charter member of the Omega Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. where she serves as the historian. She is also a member of the Henrico Chapter of the National Epicureans.  

Since graduating from JMU, Rhonda has enjoyed giving back to the University by participating in recruitment activities. She has volunteered at college fairs, chaperoned high school students on visits to the campus and volunteered at send-off events for incoming freshmen.

Rhonda is proud to be a part of an organization of women that promotes leadership and philanthropy. The members of Women for Madison are passionate about promoting JMU and ensuring that generations of women to follow will have a very rewarding and enriching experience at JMU and beyond.

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