As the Vice President and Branch Manager of D.L. Evans Bank in Meridian Idaho, Toni oversees the day-to-day Branch operations and lending functions.
It is her
job as part of the management team for the bank to plan, organize, lead, and control the activities for this retail branch.
Toni began her career in Banking with First Interstate Bank later joining Idaho First National Bank (now U.S. Bank).
In June 2003 Toni joined D.L. Evans Bank and opened their Meridian Branch where she is today.
Over the years Toni
has had several honors and awards.
has been named the SBA 504 "Lender of the Year" for 2004 - 2005 - 2006 and 2007.
In 2007, Toni
was Women of the Year honoree for the 2007 National Association of Women's Business Owners
In 2010 she
won the National Association of Women's Business Owners Leadership Award
In 2008 she
was given a Special Recognition Award by the Meridian Chamber of Commerce
, Small Business Person of the Year.
In 2010 Toni
was named The Idaho Business Review's Women of the Year award.
In 2011 she
was awarded the 2010 Small Business Champions - Women in Business Award from the SBA
was named Women of the Year Meridian by the Meridian Chamber of Commerce
- 2011 through 2012.
Toni is now on the Meridian School District Foundation Board, Meridian, Idaho as well as she sits on the Executive Board for Capital Matrix - SBA Partner for this area of the State of Idaho.
She is on the Advisory Council for the Meridian Seniors in Meridian Idaho.
Toni was asked to join the St. Luke's Hospital Foundation Advisory Board for Meridian and Eagle and she is on the Board of Directors for the Special Olympics Idaho.
has been extremely involved with numerous community organizations over the year.
She is a member of the Meridian Chapter of Commerce and Meridian Kiwanis Club, where she has chaired and helped with the Festival of Wreaths for several years.
She is the current membership chair for the American Business Women's Association of which she has been a member for 18 years.
was voted "Women of the Year" by the ABWA
in March 1994.