As a single mother and successful career woman, Toni Moceri has always relied on her inherent self-determination and drive. With a passion for philanthropy and providing mentorship and resources for young businesswomen, she has made a formidable impact on everyone she meets in Atlanta.
Little did she know her life would take an abrupt turn. For most people, the phrase "It could happen to anyone" is an abstract and hypothetical possibility because violent crime is too often viewed through the eyes of a statistic or a news story. However, this seemingly remote possibility became reality for Toni and her boyfriend Mark, after they became victims of a home invasion, leaving them forever changed.
Instead of succumbing to her traumatic experience, Toni focused her natural passion for advocacy into the support and protection of the Second Amendment. Wanting to do more, she found a voice as a member of the NRA Women's Leadership Forum and co-chair of the 2017 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Luncheon and Auction in Atlanta, Georgia.
Toni Moceri is a self-made businesswoman who refused to let a home invasion set her back—instead, she turned her trauma into a passion for advocacy.