Before Rhonda launched the award winning news outlet West Island News, she wrote news reports for various news publications such as The Montreal Gazette, The Suburban Newspaper, West Island, Laval and Montreal editions, Global TV Montreal and The Montreal Times. As well, Rhonda contributes to LITE 106.7 FM radio each morning to keep the community up to date on who's who and what's what in the region.
As a communication consultant with accreditation from Cornell University, Rhonda offers businesses and individuals a social media assessment where she does a deep dive into your customer's experience on your socials. Rhonda Massad is no stranger to the News and Media world. Along with providing content for a few of Montreal's leading news sources, Rhonda has advocated for the future of journalism at the National Assembly Commission.
"Live your passion. When passion and work are one and the same, it's not working. It's living your best life." -Rhonda Massad
FALL IN LOVE WITH FITNESS
Rhonda Massad was diagnosed with L5-S1 degenerative disc disease at a young age and was told that she would be in a wheelchair by the time she turned 50. She decided that she has the ability to overcome any obstacle and live the life that she deserves, by going on to be successful not only in fitness, but in retail, journalism, art, and writing as well. Rhonda recently launched 50 FIT, a fitness program with fitness guru Sherry Shaban. The program lines up with Rhonda's philosophy that movement is the fountain of youth.