Adding value to people every day is Tonya Lied's greatest goal. Recently retired from 20 years in radio, she now owns an executive and business coaching company, travels nationwide as a public speaker, and is a certified member of the John Maxwell Team. She was awarded The President's National Volunteer Service Award for her philanthropic endeavors with the American Cancer Society, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and the Cancer Foundation League. Tonya’s dance choreography has been featured on ABC, CMT, and TNT, and she is an avid ballroom, swing, and country dancer, who retired from competition after winning six national titles and a professional world championship. Additionally, she has over a decade of music, vocal performance, and theatre training. Her obsessions include her tiny teacup chihuahuas, LSU Football, and the search for the perfect blue mascara. Tonya's platform focus is educating women and men on the importance of performing breast self-examinations and other early cancer detection practices, as well as impact acting others to be their best selves.