Chudney Ross

Chudney Ross

Chudney Ross

Chudney Ross is a business journalist whose work has been published internationally since 2012. On her writing blog, she discusses the latest in business and marketing trends. Her work has also appeared on outlets like CNN, Forbes, the Los Angeles Times and more.



Centering many of the details around the comfort of their loved ones, they wanted to schedule the event during Hawaii’s most gorgeous weather, which meant they only had about six months to plan. “It was difficult to find a property that was available during this time, so we were so happy to find that the Montage Kapalua Bay had availability,” expresses Chudney. The bride and her mother, legendary singer Diana Ross, made the majority of the planning decisions. “My mom loves a fun project having to do with her children,” she quips, who was also thankful to have her sister, blackish star Tracee Ellis Ross, and best friend, Pearl Aday, helping choose the perfect bridal attire. “I think at one point, we had bought every sparkling pair of pumps in Los Angeles,” she admits, finally settling on a dazzling pair with bows.

Diana Ross' eldest daughter, Rhonda, followed in her mom's footsteps—she's a singer and actress. Second eldest Tracee Ellis did, too—you know her from ABC's Black-ish. Chudney, the youngest and our Mother's Day spotlight today, was the only one to stay away from the cameras—instead, she went the entrepreneur route and founded Books and Cookies in Los Angeles. What started in 2011 as a children's bookstore, kid’s café and enrichment center is now an on-the-go mobile enterprise. "My staff and I travel around LA sharing high energy, interactive story times that engage children in books and learning, through reading, singing, movement, instrument/parachute play and more!" says Chudney, who has two other siblings (brothers Ross and Evan). (Source: veronicabeard.com)



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