Principal & Co-founder
Rasheedah Thomas co-founded RC Communications in 2014. She advises a diverse group of clients on strategic communications, media relations, and branding strategies.
Rasheedah is passionate about women in positions of power, and loves helping women business and government leaders define their brand and raise their profile. She is also a highly sought after commentator for US and international media where she shares her expertise and analysis of US and international affairs, women’s issues, and personal and corporate branding.
Prior to co-founding RC Communications, Rasheedah worked in fundraising and donor relations at National Public Radio. For over a decade, she raised an average of $2-3M a year and created strategic stewardship plans for NPR’s corporate, foundation, and individual donors. She worked closely with NPR’s CEO and other executive management, as well as with major stations and Trustees of the NPR Foundation.
As a board member of the Women’s Congressional Staff Foundation, Rasheedah works to not only increase staff diversity on the Hill, but create a pipeline to foster more diversity in Hill leadership positions. An advocate of more women in elected office, she is a Certified National Trainer for VoteRunLead. She is a member of Washington Women in Public Relations and was selected to join Politico’s Women Rule advisory group as one of its first members. Rasheedah was named to the 2020 list of Influential African American Women on LinkedIn. She is a proud native South Carolinian and alumna of Howard University.
Clips from her recent media appearances can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSY7isJqPZKLQUuNdlY0lsQ?view_as=subscriber