RPJ Global Enterprises offers consultation services in communications, diversity, community engagement, government relations, and personal development. We show businesses and nonprofits how to put their equity statements into action. We show people how to reach their career and personal development goals.
Let us help you make your vision your reality.
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS | MESSAGING | ENGAGEMENT | SOCIAL MEDIA | MEDIA RELATIONS |
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & STRATEGY | DEI |
OPPORTUNITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | COACHING | PARENT COACHING & EDCUATION | CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT | TRAINING
Rhashidah Perry-Jones is an award-winning writer and communications strategist. She is vice president and chief communications officer at SELF, Inc., a human services organization providing emergency and permanent supportive services and housing to individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia. Through her firm RPJ Global Enterprises, Rhashidah and her team design integrated communications and engagement strategies to help businesses and nonprofits deepen client relationships and connect with diverse communities. And through Lit Coaching, Rhashidah helps individuals create the life they want through personal development. She is also a parent educator with a focus on providing strategies for family members raising children with ADHD.
Prior to working with SELF Inc., Rhashidah was the communications lead on a multi-billion-dollar transportation infrastructure project, was executive director for a nonprofit crime reduction initiative, and was director of internal communications and government relations for a regional performing arts center. She is also a parenting educator and accomplished jewelry designer.
Rhashidah graduated with honors from Lincoln University where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree and studied abroad in Russia and in Taiwan. Rhashidah earned a Master of Public Administration from Temple University where she received the second highest score on the comprehensive examinations in public administration in her graduating class. Rhashidah is a graduate of the Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange, the AFL-CIO Organizing Institute, and the Urban League of Philadelphia Leadership Institute. She is the founding coordinator of Philadelphia Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (PhillyCHADD) and was elected to the National Board of Directors and the Chapter Advisory Board of CHADD. She is also a founder of the Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society and serves on the Board of Directors of the Homeless Advocacy Project. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and serves on the Executive Board of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Philadelphia Chapter.