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Rashida is currently pursuing her MBA from Colorado Tech and is a proud graduate of Tennessee State University and has also completed studies at Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) with the Oak Ridge Associated University (ORAU) consortium for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and is a Certified Radiation Safety Officer.
Rashida Cloud is Principal and CEO of Posh Politics. She has committed her career to a diverse blend of healthcare, politics, fashion, and pop culture. From being a candidate and “running her own race” to research and prepping individuals for media appearances and interviews, Rashida has established relationships with civic, entertainment, government, and elected officials from all over. It is her passion for all these things, which has given life to Posh Politics.
Rashida has nearly 20 years in academic medicine, completed various leaderships and trainings and was a part of The White House Project where she was selected to be a part of the Ploughshares cohort. She is also a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, US Women in Nuclear, and the North American Young Generation in Nuclear. Rashida's experience in fashion began with New York and Company then later on working with brands such as Macy's and Parlux, where she demonstrated her knowledge and skills for fit/body/style assessment, color assessment, fragrance consulting, and most importantly customer service. At Parlux, she worked exclusively with the brands of Vince Camuto, Ivanka Trump, Tommy Bahama, Jessica Simpson, and Jay-Z to name a few.
This experience coupled with her high energy and background in politics, has helped Rashida design programs specifically to meet her client’s objectives for themselves and for groups who desire to project their best representation of their business as well as their industry.
Rashida possesses a strong business acumen and has helped secure major media hits with several media sources to include Atlanta Business Chronicle, AJC, NBC, MSNBC