Toni Armstrong is currently a leadership development consultant for a self-discovered company called Baltimore Leadership. Toni uses low ropes style initiatives to teach modern leadership theories to swim coaches and swimmers alike. She has worked with teams such as Stanford Men’s Swimming, NYU Swimming & Diving, Mt. Holyoke Swimming & Diving as well as Johns Hopkins Swimming & Diving. Prior to her leadership development consulting, Toni spent 7 years as an assistant coach at North Baltimore Aquatic Club. The age range for her athletes at NBAC was as young as 6 years old and as old as 14 years old. Toni has also coached D2 college, worked at Outward Bound as well as Stanford University’s Leadership Institute.
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