Rhonda JonesBA 1988, Brian Lamb School of Communication

Senior Public Relations Coordinator, Indiana University Health Arnett, Lafayette, IN

Rhonda Jones joined IU Health Arnett in 2015 as the Senior Public Relations Coordinator for the West Central Region. The West Central Region incluces IU Health services in Benton, Clinton, Tippecanoe, and White County. She oversees all public relation efforts, with a strong emphasis on media relations, community relations, internal communications and social media.

Prior to joining the IU Health Arnett team, Rhonda served as the Director of Development for Wabash Center, a local non-profit agency that serves adults with developmental disabilities and special needs. Rhonda was responsible for the development and coordination of all fund raising activities, including direct solicitation, special events, grant writing, and other events. She was also ressponsible for all communication on agency and services offered.

Besides serving CLA, Rhonda also serves on the board of the American Advertising Federation of North Central Indiana (AAF-NCI). She is also actively involved with United Way of Greater Lafayette, Tippecanoe Arts Federation, Jr. Bronchos Baseball and Bubba’s Lost PHlock.

Rhonda is a native of Lafayette and lives in downtown Lafayette with her husband Chris (BA, 1988, Visual Communication & Design) and son Walker (class of 2030). In true Boilermaker fashion, Rhonda and Chris were married during the Purdue Homecoming game versus Penn State on October 14, 1995 and continue to be avid tailgaters.

 Rhonda resides in Lafayette, IN.

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