While maintaining her position on Fame and Fortune, Rhonda also started hosting talent shows at the Upton Theater where participants from the ages of 5 through 95 would perform. Because of the local popularity of these shows, there were often representatives from Jive Records and WBLK on hand to scout for talent. However, once Rhonda was hired as a bus operator in 2006, she was no longer able to stay involved with these time-intensive shows.
Although she continues to enjoy her job at Metro, Rhonda recently fulfilled her goal of obtaining her production license. As a result, she now has her own weekly one-hour talk show entitled “Gurlz on Fire,” which airs on the Time Warner network on Friday nights. The show is designed to educate, empower, and inspire women of all ages. Rhonda hopes to one day take her talk show to prime time to continue to showcase women whom are achieving great things!