Tonya Williams ’92 understands the importance of giving back to her alma mater. As a student-athlete, she was given the opportunity to attend PC thanks to the generosity of others. As an alumna, she aims to give that same experience to future Blue Hose.
“My experience at PC was indescribable, really,” Williams said. “You’re told it will be the best four years of your life, but that is a definite understatement.
“I was able to meet so many different and wonderful people from all walks of life.”
Williams was a member of the volleyball team and the women’s basketball team from 1988 to 1992. During two of those years, she played with her sister, Dionne Carter ‘94.
Williams graduated from PC with a degree in sociology.
During her time on the basketball court, she was voted team captain during her junior and senior seasons. She finished her collegiate basketball career with 1219 career points and 512 career rebounds. She scored 499 points in her sophomore season alone.
After graduation, Williams began her career. After being away for a few years, Williams was looking for a way to get involved with PC again. Thanks to the outreach from both the Advancement Office and Athletics, Williams now serves as a member on the Scotsman Club board and believes in giving back to the College.
Earlier this year, Williams served as the 2020 Letterman’s Day Women’s Honorary Captain. Today, she is in management at BMW, where she has been for 24 years.
“The experience that PC gave me is hard to put into words,” Williams said. “It truly was a phenomenal
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