Rhonda Bellamy is a veteran journalist with 22 years experience in broadcast and print media. She is substitute host for "Byline: Wilmington," a public affairs show on local CBS affiliate WILM. She has recently been named interim executive director of a newly formed arts council to serve the greater Wilmington area. A co-founder of the Black Arts Alliance, Inc., Rhonda chairs the organization's signature North Carolina Black Film Festival. She presently serves on the board of trustees of Cameron Art Museum and the New Hanover County Library Foundation. A native of New York, Rhonda graduated from Wilmington's E. A. Laney High School and North Carolina Central University, where she holds a B. A. in Englishwith a concentration in media/journalism and graduate credits in instructional media. MEET the Help is her third journalistic experience regarding books. She also edited Moving Forward Together: A Community Remembers 1898 and My Restless Journey, the memoirs of Bertha Boykin Todd.Bertha Boykin Todd was a media specialist and school administrator for New Hanover County Public Schools for 39 years. She earned her undergraduate degree in biology and a master of library science degree from North Carolina Central University. She earned a master's degree and an Ed.S. in Administration and Supervision from East Carolina University. Bertha was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Her memoirs, My Restless Journey, were released in 2010.
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