Over the course of the past three decades, Ms. Woody has become a well-known and published author, recognized presenter and public policy consultant on matters related to cultural sensitivity, addictions and behavioral health.
Ms. Woody is a regular guest speaker for CNN in Español; Univision-34 Atlanta, Telemundo Atlanta and Univision 23 Miami.
Ms. Woody has been featured in state and national publications including the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Hispanic Magazine, Peachtree Papers and Atlanta Woman Magazine among many others. Internationally, Ms. Woody is a regular guest in Radio Programas del Peru and sought after mental health expert for foreign governments on matters of behavioral health (trauma), addictive disorders and immigrant populations.
Ms. Woody has been featured in Addiction Professional Magazine and The Help Starts Here Magazine, both national publications based on Washington D.C.
2020 Chairman's Award ~ Latin American Chamber of Commerce
The Chairman’s Award is the most prestigious award at FIRST, it honors the individual or business that best represents a model for other companies to emulate and best embodies the mission of FIRST. I am honored to have received the LACC Chairman’s Award in the year we celebrate the Road to Recovery’s 25th Anniversary. The Road to Recovery, Inc. is the parent company of Rocio D Woody LLC and the provider of premier psychological counseling and behavioral health programs in the State of Georgia.
2018 Premio Orgullo Peruano
2016 Advocate of the Year
“Today, I was honored to receive the Advocate of the Year by Latina Style Magazine, a national publication focused on Latina Business Women and Entrepreneurs. Latina Style Magazine is the most influential publication reaching the contemporary Hispanic woman.
As I reflect on the meaning of this distinction, I realize this is a great opportunity to inspire and encourage Latinas, immigrant women who like me came to United States thinking that the American dream had no gender and no race that we could do it because we simply can, because we are women and because we are Latinas.
“We are not one woman. We are every woman. We are who they will follow, so we have a responsibility to them to lead the way.”
~ Rocio Woody