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Interim Communications Manager

Local Address: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
City of Pittsburgh Office of the Mayor

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs
  • Governor
    Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs
  • Director Communications
    People for Peduto
  • Public Information Officer
    Public Safety Department, City of Pittsburgh
  • News Editor
    New Pittsburgh Courier
  • City Editor
    New Pittsburgh Courier
  • Director of Communications
    Allegheny Conference
  • Spokeswoman
    Allegheny Conference
  • Bill Peduto
  • Director of Communications

Board Memberships and Affiliations

61 Total References
Web References
Board of Directors - Small Seeds Development, Inc., 3 Feb 2015 [cached]
Sonya M. Toler Public Information Officer
BRAVO! Group Services | Custodial, Janitorial, Building Cleaning, Facility Services | News Detail [cached]
Sonya Toler, former Executive Director of Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs.
Leadership: Diversity and Inclusion
Sonya Toler, Communications ..., 24 Jan 2013 [cached]
Sonya Toler, Communications Director
It's my pleasure to announce that Sonya Toler will be the campaign's Communications Director. Sonya is expert in her field - from old media to new; from journalism to government; from writing and planning behind the scenes to being in front of the mic. Sonya got her start in journalism. She spent 21 years in that field working at the New Pittsburgh Courier as news editor, the Pittsburgh Business Times as a staff writer, the Pittsburgh International Airport Magazine as managing editor, and having worked as a freelance reporter and editor. Sonya also was Director of Communications at the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.
Sonya spent over five years as the Executive Director of the Governor's Advisory Commission of African America Affairs during the Rendell Administration. She was the Commonwealth's advocate on behalf of African Americans. Her responsibilities included serving as a policy advisory to the Governor and assisting individuals wade through the often confusing maze that is state government in areas including, education, housing, business opportunity, economic development, discrimination and health. Most recently, Sonya founded Proclaim Magazine - a digital publication for women in ministry.
Successful alumni from the workshop ... [cached]
Successful alumni from the workshop include Keith Alexander, business reporter and columnist for The Washington Post; Sonya Toler, former city editor for The New Pittsburgh Courier; and Sharon Epperson, a personal finance correspondent for CNBC.
More fifth-graders need to improve skills -, 16 Nov 2005 [cached]
"We hope parents will go to their local school boards and let them know that the future of our region is dependent upon these scores improving," said Sonya Toler, a spokeswoman for the Allegheny Conference.
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