Dr. Tonya Calhoun has spent over 15 years in the field of volunteer management, utilizing her skills to create various resources, such as volunteer programs, volunteer handbooks, recruitment and retention plans, training and development manuals, and program evaluation tools. She is an avid volunteer in the Atlanta community, serves in leadership positions on a myriad of nonprofit boards in Metro-Atlanta, and is extremely passionate about seeing nonprofit organizations thrive in their missions via healthy and effective volunteer programs. Tonya believes that clean air is a fundamental right and understands that many Americans are denied that right every day in communities across the country. She has a BA from Spelman College, an MPA from Troy University, and a PhD in nonprofit management and leadership from Walden University. She loves football, gumbo, scrapbooking, camping, eating her way through various cultures, and traveling. Tonya lives in Georgia with her wonderful husband, Alzay.