Rhonda Morton makes ideas manifest. She’s created businesses, engineered solutions to societal problems, directed improvisational performance ensembles, published three books, and raised two children into adulthood. She understands how to get things done and knows what gets in the way: ingrained patterns, an inability to see a new path, and lack of systems and structures to support transformation.

Through Savannah Consulting, Rhonda weaves together her entrepreneurial experience, insider view of business operations, and expertise in the neurobiology of change to open up a 360-degree horizon of possibility for individuals, teams and organizations. She is a certified FEBI coach/consultant and a certified InterPlay leader, and her business is certified as a NYS Woman-Owned Business Enterprise.

Rhonda works with brain-body-behavior linkages that make change easy and engaging. With the capacity to improvise in the moment, to face obstacles with curiosity and fearlessness, and to create just the right exercise to achieve a desired result, Rhonda is adept at helping individuals find a path through their most complex issues to change the trajectory of their lives. She believes change doesn’t have to be hard or scary—often her clients have fun, feel exhilarated, and leave lighter than they could have imagined.


Savannah Consulting’s mission is to enable individuals to live from a place of conscious choice, free of the tyranny of old unconscious patterns, so that they create: profoundly satisfying lives aligned with their deepest truth and well-being; workplaces centered on humanity’s inherent creative, generous, and collaborative nature; and a sustainable world that works for everyone. We are committed to the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit—treating our social and environmental impact as a primary measure of success and prioritizing it even in cases where it may not drive profitability.

As a "designed to give" business, we donate five percent of our revenues, and provide five percent of our services pro bono--focusing on long-term sustainability, increased independence, the environment, women/inclusion of underrepresented populations, and community capacity building. 

Impact, Benefit and Sustainability Report 2017