Tondalayo Hall is a nonprofit leader with more than 20 years of experience in community engagement, volunteer management, case management, youth development, and more than a decade of impactful workforce development. Tondalayo oversaw the Financial Stability and Adult Literacy Programs of Wesley Community Center in Houston, Texas for more than 4 years. During her tenure, Tondalayo led a team that coached adults in various career pathways and launched the digital literacy, GED, and workforce development programs targeting opportunity youth. Previously, Tondalayo trained supervisors and managers from across southeast Texas and regions of Louisiana in the Walmart Academy located in Tomball, Texas. Tondalayo’s passion to empower individuals with the tools and resources to achieve financial stability drives her life’s work.
Tondalayo earned a Master of Science from Cardinal Stritch University, a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and a certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Tondalayo is a proud Houstonian, having relocated to the Lone Star State from Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2016.