M.A. in Biology, Miami University
B.S. in Marine Biology, Miami University
Global Partner: The Bahamas
… being born and raised in The Bahamas fostered a deep connection to the ocean that inspired a career path at an early age for T’Noya. She began her career at Moody Gardens, Texas, in animal care, then moved to serve as the Advocacy Program Manager at the Galveston Bay Foundation where she encouraged action to improve the overall health of the Bay. Currently, T’Noya holds several positions including a consultant for NAAEE, the Conservationist-in-Residence with Conservation Nation, and the Marine Conservation Impact Fellow with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. T’Noya serves on two boards, the Vermilion Sea Institute and Ecology Project International. She holds a B.S. in Marine Biology, M.A. in Biology from Miami University through Dragonfly’s Global Field Program, and in August 2022, she began her Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership. T’Noya is passionate about wildlife, environmental education, and supporting conservation and equity through community engagement.