Rhonda Small worked corporate (Dow Chemical, Carter Wallace, Venture Capitol company) until the 1990’s when she stayed home full time with two sons…she did help my husband during that time when she could with the two Harley Davidson dealerships, and Honda dealership.
In the early 2000’s, she was a partner in a small boutique shop called the White Rabbit in Marietta, and did that for several years, but then her family had a residence and business in St. Croix, as well, so she sold her portion.
Her husband and several Harley dealers started a call center to the motorcycle industry in the Virgin Islands. If she knew she would have been running it soon, she would have paid more attention to it!!
After Earl’s bout of Esophageal Cancer in 2007, and his death in 2008, she went to St. Croix while also watching over the dealerships and his other entities. In a flash, everything in her world changed. When she completed the business in St. Croix, she came back to Atlanta and finalized the sale of the dealerships, ran the airport, and helped with her elderly parents.
She continues to run the airport, but began volunteering for the Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association on the board of directors. It is an all volunteer organization that raises awareness, support and donates to research.
Lindsey G. Cambardella is CEO of Translation Station, Inc., a full-service translation and interpretation company providing services to both public and private sectors worldwide, founded by Phyllis Stallman in 1998. Its language professionals are experienced in almost every industry, including law, business, medicine, education, and other technical fields. Prior to joining Translation Station, Inc. in late 2017, Cambardella spent five years as a transactional attorney in the public and private sectors but was drawn toward the business world. She waited for the right opportunity before making the leap, and joining the team at Translation Station was the perfect fit. It is an exciting time for the languages services industry in this increasingly interconnected and ever-changing world.
Lindsey Cambardella is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law and also holds an M.A from the University of Missouri and a B.S from Georgia State University. A native of Dunwoody, GA, Lindsey now resides in Chamblee, GA with her husband, Mario. Lindsey is active in the community, including being the founder of The Village, a group for women business owners and leaders living and/or working in Chamblee, Brookhaven, and nearby. The group’s mission is to create a support network of women business owners and leaders in their own community and to bring valuable resources to the group’s members. After all, “it takes a village.”
Katy Galli is a member of the leadership team at the Corporate Business RadioX® studio in Atlanta, and is proud to assist the BRX® team in their pursuit to tell 1 million positive business stories. Katy is an entrepreneur and advocate for the student-athlete. She is the creator, host, and producer of the Keep Moving Forward podcast where she interviews former professional and collegiate athletes about how to make a successful career transition out of the sporting world and into “the real world.” Katy is certified as both a CrossFit-Level 1 trainer and a USA Track and Field coach.
Corey Rieck is the President and Founder of The Long Term Care Planning Group, a firm that specializes in delivering Long Term Care education and coverage to companies, high net worth individuals and large organizations. Since 2001, Corey has devoted his career to Long Term Care as a result of multiple personal experiences. A neutral provider of Long Term Care Solutions since 2001, Corey brings a unique and comprehensive consultative perspective to this issue. Since 2003, part of his commitment to the Long Term Care Industry includes his having trained over 3,500 advisors from San Francisco to Wall Street on how to properly position Long Term Care to clients through the CLTC organization. (www.ltc-cltc.com) Additionally, he has authored dozens of published industry articles on Long Term Care and has assisted many of the nation’s leading LTC carriers on operational and educational matters.