On November 1, the Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) welcomed Chief Toni Washington (CFO-2013) as a Commissioner representing Diversity. The CPSE Board of Directors unanimously approved her appointment.
Toni Washington is the chief of the City of Decatur, Georgia, Fire Department, which she has been with for almost 11 years. She has over 27 years in the fire service including thirteen years with the City of East Point Fire Department as a Fire Administrator, Lieutenant, and Deputy Chief and three years with the State of Georgia Fire Marshal.
Chief Washington holds a Masters in Managerial Leadership from National-Louis University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Savannah State University.
Toni is a Georgia Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and a current member of the Executive Board for iWomen.
Chief Washington earned her Chief Fire Officer designation in 2013.
Learn more about the individuals that graciously volunteer their time to oversee the credentialing process.