DETROIT, Mich., May 13, 2022 – The Rhonda Walker Foundation announced the appointment
of two new members to its board of directors: Tracy Fuerst, vice president of corporate
communications and public relations at Magna International in Troy, Mich., and Renato Jamett,
managing director and senior vice president-branch manager at Raymond James in Dearborn,

“We’re thrilled to have these two community leaders join us as we work to empower Detroit
youth through our award-winning Girls Into Women program,” said Ruselda Villanueva
Johnson, CEO, Rhonda Walker Foundation. “Tracy and Renato bring a wealth of global business
experience to our diverse board and will play an instrumental role in helping us realize our

Fuerst, who joined Magna in 2005, manages all aspects of global communications and related strategy for Magna, a $34 billion global company. She has led strategic planning and crisis communications including Magna’s 2020 CEO transition and the global pandemic.

“Magna is a proud, committed partner of the Rhonda Walker Foundation, and through our expanded support, we will continue to help elevate the lives of young girls from underserved communities in Detroit,” said Fuerst. “I’m honored to join as a board member and work alongside Detroit advocates to further the foundation’s mission: to empower inner-city teen girls towards becoming strong, confident, successful and moral future leaders.”

Jamett joined Raymond James in 2000 and has held many leadership roles with the firm, most
recently as a member of the Raymond James Diversity Council. He currently serves on the
board of trustees for both the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Detroit Cristo Rey High School.

He has also been involved with the Michigan Colleges Foundation and the Michigan Hispanic
Business Alliance.

“I look forward to bringing the energy and resources of Raymond James to the Rhonda Walker
Foundation,” said Jamett. “By supporting the great work which has been done since 2003, I
hope to be part of the empowerment of young women served by this organization. The
opportunity to serve and be a positive influence is humbling and an honor.”

About the Rhonda Walker Foundation:

The Rhonda Walker Foundation (RWF), founded in 2003, empowers inner-city teen girls
towards becoming strong, confident, successful and moral future leaders through its five-year
Girls Into Women program. RWF is proud of the 100% high school graduation rate among teens
completing this award-winning program. Find out more at