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Tonya Yoders

Tonya Yoders (she/her) has been a lifelong resident of Greene County. She has always worked within that community and with the people who live there. She has a background in pharmacy, direct support for adults with disabilities, and legal assisting but found CCJ through the organization’s social justice work in 2020.

She became a CCJ board member that year, then joined the team full time as a Community Organizer in 2022. Tonya is looking forward to helping find solutions for the decreasing population in Greene County. She is excited to work with the people there to build an inclusive, economically diverse, and healthy environment for families to continue enjoying the round hills and country life that it is known for.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, photography, and hanging out with her cat, Leia.

Contact Tonya Yoders at tonya@centerforcoalfieldjustice.org

 

Blog Posts by Tonya Yoders

I-70 Accidents and “Construction” over Tunnel Ridge

By Tonya Yoders | June 10, 2022

This is the 21st installment in our What’s on your mind? blog series and was written by CCJ Community Organizer Tonya Yoders. Almost every day, I have to drive the stretch of I-70 interstate between Washington, PA and Wheeling, WV. More often than not, there are significant delays just trying to get to my destination. […]

We Need Your Help to Strengthen Protections for EJ Communities

By Tonya Yoders | April 12, 2022

This blog shows a past action about submitting comments for the draft policy of the Office of Environmental Justice.

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