Rhonda Howard Biography, Rhonda Howard Wiki
Rhonda Howard Massie is married to Rep. Thomas Massie, a Republican who represents Kentucky’s 4th congressional district. They were high school sweethearts and have four children together.
Rhonda Howard Dating Thomas Massie
In 2016, he shared a throwback photo on Twitter from their prom in 1989. He was a senior when she was a sophomore. He reshared the photo in 2019 with the caption, “I promised her if she went to the prom with me I would take her to the White House formal someday.
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) February 4, 2016
Rhonda Howard and Thomas Massie Education
They both majored in engineering. Massie earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1993, while Howard chose mechanical engineering and graduated in 1995, according to MIT newspaper the Tech and Fortune magazine.
Rhonda Howard and Thomas Massie Career
Thomas Massie and Rhonda Howard both loved learning how technologies worked and competing in science fairs when they were high school students, NBC News reported.
The Massies’ company, SensAble Technologies, was formed around the technology. According to MIT newspaper the Tech, “SensAble acquired over $40 million in venture capital funding and developed many important patents.” According to Rep. Massie’s congressional website, the software created at SensAble Technologies “is now used to design automobiles, jewelry, shoes, dental prosthetics, and even reconstructive implants for wounded soldiers.”
The Massies moved back to Kentucky in 2003 after profits declined, the Tech reported.
Rhonda Howard and Thomas Massie Children
Rhonda and Thomas Massie are the parents of four children. They have two sons and two daughters He shared the above photo to Twitter on December 24, 2019, with the caption, “Merry Christmas from the sassy Massie family!”
Thomas Massie Latest News
Rep. Massie was in the headlines as lawmakers worked to approve a $2 trillion stimulus package to assist families and businesses amid the coronavirus outbreak. The Senate unanimously approved the bill on March 25. The plan in the House was to hold a “voice vote” in order to quickly move the bill to President Trump’s desk for his signature.
But Rep. Massie could stall passage of the coronavirus stimulus by calling for a roll call vote, Fox News reported, citing Capitol Hill sources. Doing so would delay the process because many lawmakers would first need to travel back to Washington, D.C. in order to vote in-person.
President Trump blasted Rep. Massie on Twitter on March 27, hours before the expected “voice vote” in the House. The president wrote, “Looks like a third rate Grandstander named @RepThomasMassie, a Congressman from, unfortunately, a truly GREAT State, Kentucky, wants to vote against the new Save Our Workers Bill in Congress. He just wants the publicity. He can’t stop it, only delay, which is both dangerous & costly. Workers & small businesses need money now in order to survive. The virus wasn’t their fault. It is ‘HELL’ dealing with the Dems, had to give up some stupid things in order to get the ‘big picture’ done. 90% GREAT! WIN BACKHOUSE, but throw Massie out of Republican Party!”
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