Tonda Case

Tonda Case is an Afro-American/Black Jewish Woman, strategic thinker, writer, activist and educator. As a Senior Advisor with Amazon Connections, she uses performance metrics to create strategies that help develop highly engaged, dynamic leaders across Amazon’s network in North America. Prior to Amazon, Tonda owned Greenwood Babies, a kosher daycare and Family Support and Education Consultancy offering postpartum doula services, child care, training and loving support for families in the Bay Area.

Tonda’s social justice activism focuses on relationship building, advocacy and strategic planning in the Jew of Color community. She has served on various committees with the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council including the Coalition Building Workgroup and the Membership Committee. Among other trainings, Tonda participated in the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America’s series “Jewish Community: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century.” She has blogged for the Jewish Multiracial Network and Keshet. Tonda also serves as a board member for Jews In All Hues.

Tonda is a proud member of Bend the Arc’s Selah Leadership Training Cohort 14 and Racial Equity Kitchen Cabinet. She holds a B.A. in Ethnic Studies and an M.B.A. with a management focus, both from Mills College. Tonda is hanging out in Seattle, but her heart is in Oakland, California, where her family resides.