Antoinette (Toni) Myers

they/them/theirs | she/her/hers

Director, Multicultural Resource Center
Assistant Dean of Students

Toni Myers is the Director of the Multicultural Resource Center and Assistant Dean of Students. Born in Long Beach, Calif., Toni was raised in Inglewood, CA, Washington, D.C., and Portland, Oregon (in that order). They are an openly genderfluid, non-binary femme that strongly identifies with being the first in their family to go to college and having multiple disabilities, which informs their work and stance on disability and healing justice.

Most recently, they worked at Scripps College as a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant to the Office of the President and Board of Trustees, and as an Admissions & Outreach Coordinator at The Urban School of San Francisco. They are excited to be back in the MRC and they are actively planning for a year of healing, expression, and love among our treasured communities. 

Their interests range far and wide, but include being an avid reader of Toni Morrison and Gabriel Garcia Marquez novels, painting portraits and/or abstract pictures, acting/filmmaking, pole fitness, kickboxing, and playing roller derby. 

Fun facts:
  • Toni has attended over 10 schools before matriculating to their undergraduate alma mater, Scripps College
  • As a child, she/they competed in spelling bees; the word that kept them from Nationals? Extemporaneous.
  • Toni's film #femmemagic recently debuted at the Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Francisco (June 2016). 

Educational Background

B.A., Scripps College, Politics & International Relations; Latin American Studies
M.A., Stanford University, Education: Policy, Organization, Leadership Studies