Toni White is a Certified Workforce Development Professional (CWDP) who holds two Master’s Degrees, one in Business Management from Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama and the other one is in Nonprofit Management and Leadership which she received from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She is a thriving survivor that has held both paid and unpaid positions as a fundraiser, board member, legal advocate, victim witness and shelter advocate. First hand, she has lobbied in Madison and Washington D. C. for additional funding and resources, changing of laws that negatively impact women when they make the choice to be safe, and ensuring that all women no matter the age are protected from the ills of domestic and sexual violence. She understands the plight of many of the victims and wants to be part of making the difference. She is a long-term advocate and activist for women’s rights, and causes such as the elimination of domestic violence and sexual assault. She utilizes her exemplary leadership and coaching skills to transform and build stronger community relationship between service providers, resources, and those seeking assistance.