Tonya Bradley is the Development Operations Associate at ACLU of Texas. She has several years of combined experience in the nonprofit and legal fields. Before joining ACLU, she served in development roles at Covenant House Texas and Ronald McDonald House Houston; and as paralegal in municipal government and the oil and gas industry.
Tonya has run a private marketing/communications business and contributes her time as a public health educator, a conference consultant to the World Institute on Disability, a Board member for HYPE Freedom School, and a lupus support group facilitator.
Tonya attended Texas Southern University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs, minor in pre-law. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Administration at Marist College.
Tonya is passionate about racial equality and liberation, women’s rights, and public health policy. When she’s not doing all of that fun stuff, she’s taking runcations.