“As a gun violence and sexual assault survivor, I wanted to have a career that had an impact on the lives of victims.” ~Tonya McKenzie
Bring on the “T”. ~Tell Jeanell
It is not the kind of racism that will lock a door when they see you trying to come in. It is the kind of racism that questions your motives for walking in the door. ~Tonya McKenzie
When they did not think that my stories were newsworthy, I would go out and create a story that the would cover, all in an effort to gain support from the community, local politicians and business owners. ~Tonya McKenzie
Never having the opportunity to have important conversations or heal old wounds makes grieving harder. Take advantage of the time that you have to ask the hard questions and have the important conversations. ~Tonya McKenzie
Tonya McKenzie, empowering positive PR through bold branding and leadership.
Original Article Posted: Voyage LA, September 11, 2018 Today we’d like to introduce you to Tonya McKenzie. Tonya, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. My first marketing position was granted to me by Dr. Fred Strache of Cal State University, NorthridgeRead more about Meet Tonya McKenzie of Sand & Shores PR in Redondo Beach[…]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arizona’s Master Coach brings her magic on tour. Her stop in Los Angeles will include powerhouse guest speakers from the Southland. BLACK WOMEN ELEVATE, LOS ANGELES will be taking place on April 21st at The Beach House Hotel – Hermosa Beach Tickets are available at www.BlackWomenElevate.com REDONDO BEACH, CA, April 11, 2018Read more about BLACK WOMEN ELEVATE, LOS ANGELES WILL BE TAKING PLACE ON APRIL 21ST AT THE BEACH HOUSE HOTEL – HERMOSA BEACH[…]