Tenacious. Resilient. Multifaceted.
Tonika is a natural advocate, a hardworking individual, and a consistent team player. Tonika has mastered the skill of taking calculated risks that allow her to constantly absorb ideas and learn better ways to practice practically.
Originally from Monroe, Louisiana Tonika is no stranger to hard work. Being the oldest in a large family she has done her fair share of problem solving and solution finding. Early on in her childhood she has consistently helped others through volunteer work and public advocacy, realizing at age 9 she wanted to be an attorney. From high school to throughout college, Tonika has always found it important to be actively involved in the community that nourished her. Tonika served as president of the National PanHellenic Council and as an Ambassador for Texas Tech University during her undergraduate studies. Tonika worked part time throughout her entire undergraduate studies and still managed to find time to volunteer as an advocate for battered women and children.
Tonika further applied her determination to become an attorney by earning her law degree from The University of Oklahoma College of Law In 2018. Tonika remained heavily engaged during her legal studies by participating in a number of advocacy activities such as Moot Court Competitions, Mediation Competitions, and being a member of the American Indian Law Review. Tonika participated in the OU legal clinic and became an academic licensed legal intern her final year to take on civil cases as a guardian ad litem and criminal cases as a defense student attorney understanding how to apply the skills she learned in law school in the practice of law.
Tonika is eager to help and overcome any obstacle, she is creative and attentive- she’s an attorney you want on your side.
You can contact Tonika at 469.607.2300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.