Rhona Silver is truly a catering diva of the 21st century, who needs hardly any introduction. Though being a single mother she has strived hard towards her goal and became a strong icon of the catering industry.
She not only proved herself in the patriarchal society, but also taught many women on how to conquer success, if they aspire for their dreams.
“I like being a strong, independent woman and to be honest, I am never afraid to be on my own.”-This is what on, which Rhona Silver stood by in her career. Though being a small young girl of a small American town, she faced so many obstacles during her catering career. But with her never to say die attitude helped in achieving her goals.
Though she started her catering career from her family catering business, but later on she took it to great heights by purchasing the biggest catering hall of United States of America-Huntington Townhouse that is across 150,000 square feet.
However, no one would even have thought that a small town girl would one day buy the biggest catering hall in New York. Although to own it, she had to face many problems, but with her sheer determination she was successfully able to conquer it.
Moreover, she always strives hard to make her client’s event a successful hit. To do so she herself made an effort to sit with her clients and discuss their likes and dislikes, which helped her in making the best arrangements for their events.
Later after the success of Huntington Townhouse, Rhona Silver passion for the catering and her futuristic thinking, dint stopped there and then. Rather she came up with an innovative concept of online catering company called CaterBid.com, which revolutionized the way events were booked.
Besides doing well in her career, she never limited her knowledge to herself. Rather she participated on several media platforms like MSNBC, W-ABC, CNN, NBC, CBS and MSNBC, which help in giving expert advices to many of the catering businesses.
As a recipient of many important awards, Rhona Silver is awarded with Ellis Island Medal of Honor, listed on Crain's Top 40 Women and is amongst Top 100 New Yorkers of the year.