Rasha Jones Senior Consultant - BA&A

I grew up in:
Kennesaw, GA by way of Kansas City, MO. I’m a Midwestern/Southern girl, the best of both worlds
I live in:
Roswell, GA, aka the burbs
Favorite Quote?
“In the World through which I travel, I am endlessly creating myself.” ― Frantz Fanon
I chose to work at Daugherty because:
Daugherty has a reputation of attracting the best talent in the city. One of my professional goals was to work shoulder to shoulder with the best and the brightest.
What’s the best professional advice you’ve ever received?
Be mindful of the time you invest in people, organizations and things. Our time is our most valuable asset because it is one of the only things we can never get back.
What was your first job?
My first job was as a weekend receptionist at a Kia dealership. I was 15!
My skills include:
Software Implementation, Project Management, Business Analysis, SDLC, Systems Integration, Operations Management
Industries you’ve worked in:
Technology and Financial Services
Certifications, Professional Organizations/ Memberships
I am a CSM or Certified Scrum Master. I also am a member of TAG (Technology Association of Georgia).
Proudest Moment
Graduating with my MBA from UCONN in 2009. Many late nights, weekends, blood, sweat and tears went into the completion of that degree. The experience helped me to grow so much as a person. It was worth every second.
People would be surprised to hear that I:
Lived and worked in Malaysia for 18 months. While there I traveled extensively through Asia and Australia. It was one of the most amazing times of my life.
In my spare time, I like to:
Travel. I love to visit new places and meet new faces. Travelling makes life magical. I also like to bake, take Pilates and play tennis.
Undergrad in Finance from FSU (Go Noles!), MBA from UCONN
Hobbies and Volunteering interests..
One of my hobbies is scrapbooking. It helps me find my Zen. When I do volunteer, I volunteer at Project Open Hand which is an organization that provides fresh-prepared nutritional balanced meals to the sick and elderly.