Toni Junious is a public health professional passionate about improving health and health equity in her community. She graduated from University of California, Irvine with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health and Global Cultures, and a minor in Medical Anthropology. After undergrad, she served as a Public Health Associate for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) where she worked on Guam for two years specializing in community outreach and disease prevention. Toni is currently in her Masters in Public Health program at George Washington University studying epidemiology to address the root causes of dis-ease and prevent inequities in women’s health and wellness. In 2019, she co-founded Soultry Sisters with her sister to bring accessible arts and wellness resources to women of color in their community. Through a holistic approach, they blend creative expression and collective healing to empower women to live vibrant and shine bright. Toni enjoys sharing her love for soul-care, adventure and wellness to help women of color cultivate a healthy and purpose-filled lifestyle.