Ramunda Lark Young worked as a Community Relations professional for a decade where she cultivated her skill of establishing authentic business connections by building partnerships with schools, officials, corporations and others. While at a Fortune 500 company, Young garnered sales of a quarter million dollars annually and received honors recognizing her efforts. A proud graduate of Langston University, she is the CEO and Connection Strategist of Ramunda Young, Inc. where she passionately helps women craft their Value Voice© to build business relationships that increase sales and self-confidence.
Young was named a Top 5 Influential Women of Prince William County, recognized as Top 40 Under 40 by Virginia Leadership Institute, Courageous Woman Leader award from the National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Prince William County Chapter, and a Langston University Women in Leadership Honoree. She proudly serves on several boards including Leadership Prince William, Manassas City Schools Education Foundation and is Vice Chair of the Prince William Chamber Education Committee. Young is an appointee of the Prince William County Human Rights Commission and was recently named Commissioner of the Year by the Virginia Association of Human Rights.
Young and her husband Derrick co-founded the award winning, MahoganyBooks and featured on Essence.com, Blavity and Tulsa People. They are proud parents of their daughter Mahogany.