Years of Participation
With over 20 years of hospitality experience, Rhonda Cammon left a 20 year nursing career to pursue her passion to create three distinctive companies all with a focus on food and beverage. Perfectly Cordial, a fruit first, female founded and female sourced beverage company. Barseat, one of the first African American spirit education and consultant companies in Nashville, Tennessee, and is the co-owner of the CAMP Conference, a conference focusing on the mobile beverage community. She was the first female African-American board member of the US Bartenders’ Guild Nashville chapter and a founding board member of the Nashville Bartender Foundation. Cammon, her products, and businesses have been featured in many publications including Liquor.com, Essence, Local Palate,Taste of the South, Women’s Health, Business Insider, Thirsty Magazine, Chilled Magazine, Imbibe and Cherry Bombe to name a few. Perfectly Cordial has been praised and consumed by celebrities like Mickey Guyton, Brett Eldrige, and Cardi B to name a few. She continues to be a loud supporter and champion for all women in the beverage industry.