Tonya Winters

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Senior Associate, LEADright

Atlanta, Georgia

Tonya Winters, senior associate, LEADright, blends a proven background in family/community engagement, public administration, and project management to support a diverse portfolio of clients in experiencing growth and realizing individual and shared visions. Over the last thirteen years, Tonya has served corporate and educational institutions as a specialist, community engagement strategist, corporate trainer, and professional development leader.

Tonya has helped schools transition from offering limited parental involvement to supporting broad-ranged family and community engagement throughout the educational landscape.  Such schools have become successful incubators of engagement with effective leadership.

As an entrepreneur, her coaching practice concentrates on helping women navigate the complex prospect of starting a new business, managing a household, and balancing life. Through her business, she offers a portfolio of coaching programs and services: from individual coaching for women reentering the workforce to seminars and public speaking for young adults.

Tonya draws from her experiences as a learner and a leader to deliver professional development and improve team performance all with measurable, breakthrough results. Tonya supports clients in using the power of (re)shifting and (re)focusing to be competitive and effective.

Her recent involvement as a community engagement strategist during the City of South Fulton mayoral election was a key element to the successful campaign of newly elected mayor, Bill Edwards.

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