Tonya Glantz, Ph.D.
Director at Rhode Island College
Tonya Glantz is the Director of the Institute for Education in Healthcare at Rhode Island College. She holds a Doctorate in Education and Master's Degree in Social Work. For over 25 years, Tonya's work has focused on serving and developing programming and training for human service professionals serving vulnerable populations. Her practice and research interests include creating opportunities for collaboration across consumer and service organizations, empowerment work with disenfranchised fathers, school success for children involved with child welfare, organizational development within faith-based communities, and the evolution of spiritual identity in young children. She has served as a presenter at local and national conferences. Tonya enjoys her role as an adjunct faculty member at both Rhode Island and Providence Colleges, where she teaches in the social work and early childhood education programs.
- Ph.D., Education | University of Rhode Island & Rhode Island College Joint Doctoral Program in Education
- M.S.W. | Rhode Island College, School of Social Work
- B.A., Psychology | University of Rhode Island