Working Mother

From Family Farm to Corporate Leadership, Mentors Gave Her Confidence and Courage

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Rhonda Cottingham learned from her mentors and now helps others, including working moms

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Editor's Note: This article is part of a series featuring working women who've had a big impact, developed in partnership with multinational tech services company HCL Technologies. Read about other inspiring Red Ladder Honorees.

Rhonda Cottingham, Director, Global Delivery, Support & Optimization in Global Business Technology Department, Sonoco

I grew up in rural Lexington, SC, on a 100-plus-year-old family farm. My dad still farms today in his 70s and my sister is a chicken

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