About Ronda Hyman
Ronda Hyman is a poet and a thinker of practical, creative and spiritual concepts in order to make life simpler, more satisfying and ultimately fulfilling for the world. She attended the University of Tennessee and the American University in Washington, D.C., majoring in Psychology and Multi-Cultural Diversity. She held numerous positions for many years at a Fortune 500 company, one of which was a Manager in Human Resources, Diversity Management Division.
She is co-author with her husband, Rick Hyman, of the book, “My Texas Family: An Uncommon Journey to Prosperity,” and her second book, “The Runaway Mango,” with her husband, Rick Hyman and Yael Rubin.
Author, Poet, Thinker
About Rick Hyman
Rick Hyman was born and raised in N.E., Washington, DC. He attended The American University in Washington, D.C. and met his wife, Ronda on the campus there. After moving to California and living there for several years he received a Resolution Award at the California State Capitol for his art and writing, and a National Award for his project, “An Uncommon Journey to Diversity,” held at the Milken Jewish Community Center with five Los Angeles city and valley schools. Hyman’s historical family paintings traveled with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for 10 years. His art has been exhibited in many museums and art institutions around the country. Rick Hyman is the Author of Race Changer: First Encounter With Aliens, Volume I and co-Author of the book, “My Texas Family: An Uncommon Journey to Prosperity.” He is also the Illustrator for a children’s book, “The Runaway Mango.”