Rhonda Rhodes has since 1999 happily focused her practice on representation of federal employees, often the underdog in claims against the government. Most immediately before cofounding Williams & Rhodes, Ms. Rhodes worked for Western Area Power Administration and the Resolution Trust Corporation in Denver. She began her legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Sam R. Cummings, United States District Court Judge for the Northern District of Texas and then, as an Honors Recruit, worked for the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division in Dallas. Since 2012, her peers have recognized her as a Colorado Super Lawyer.
Ms. Rhodes has also completed more than 180 investigations of federal employees’ formal EEO complaints for several agencies in accordance with Williams & Rhodes GSAAdvantage! contract. Likewise, Ms. Rhodes has conducted management directed inquiries and fact findings for federal entities in matters other than EEO claims.
As a transplanted Texan, Rhonda serves on the Board of Trustees of Lubbock Christian University and the Texas Tech Alumni Association National Board of Directors. She still cheers on her beloved Texas Tech Red Raiders including at the Final Four in April 2019. Her passion is leading a team to Juarez, Mexico each year where “Rhodes to Relief” builds homes for the under served just across the border from El Paso. She previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of Denver-based Missions Ministries.