Park Ridge, NJ, May 7, 2015 – Rhonda Smith, President and Founder of Words and Pictures Creative Service, has been accepted into the National Association of Professional Women. NAPW is the largest, most recognized national networking organization of professional women, spanning virtually every industry and profession and consisting of over 200 local chapters and 700,000 members.
In order to become a member of this community of dynamic, accomplished women from varied backgrounds, Smith underwent an intensive screening process and personal interview. Members are admitted to the group based on credentials such as outstanding leadership ability, professional experience and success, and community service.
As a member of the group, Smith will have a chance to connect with other like-minded professional women from all over the country on a national platform and drive more business back into New Jersey through her company, Words and Pictures. “I am honored to be counted among such a prestigious group of professionals, and I look forward to participating in all the events and opportunities that the NAPW group offers,” said Smith.
Founded in 1987, Words and Pictures is an award-winning agency that has produced campaigns for Sony Electronics Inc, BMW Financial Services, Wyndham Rewards, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Eight O’Clock Coffee, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, The Valley Hospital, A&P, and SANS (Software and Network Solutions). The agency specializes in developing brands and building brand-name recognition.