Rhonda K. Killough
Founder and Director

Rhonda K. Killough, founder & director of Project AngelFaces is a native Texan from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. She grew up dancing, graduated with honors from the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual ArtsĀ in Dallas, and worked as a professional in the performing and healing arts until the year 2002.

She met her husband in fabulous Las Vegas, where they married in 2001.

In July 2002, Rhonda and her husband were in a traumatic motorcycle accident that left her severely injured and unable to either dance professionally or maintain a career in massage therapy. She has had 19 surgeries as a part of her ongoing recovery.

During, and as a part of her recovery, Rhonda began developing the programs of Project AngelFaces in 2005. The first program she designed and developed, Neighborhood Fruit Harvest, began with the orchard at the house next-door. Since then, she has developed that work toward the prevention of hunger, diabetes, and waste, creating more sustainability in one, fluid system of support programs.

Rhonda K. holds a Bachelor of Social Work from UNLV, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She is humble in having created all the programs of Project AngelFaces, and deeply grateful to continue this charitable Great Work.