Ronda earned a B.S. degree in business and an M.S. degree in education from West Virginia University. She served as a compensation analyst for Wheat First Securities and, prior to that, taught high school in Henrico County. She currently holds a teaching license and enjoys substituting. Ronda is an active volunteer in the community and has served on the PTA, Homeowners Association, and church education boards. She has been a GRASP advisor for 7 years and enjoys meeting with parents and students, guiding them through the post-secondary financial aid process. She and her husband have two daughters who attend Henrico County Schools.