Bonnie Toth is creative director and owner of Bonnie Toth Advertising & Design in San Clemente, CA. In collaboration with Karen Straus, she designed and produced Dottie’s memoir, Trailblazer: The Extraordinary Life of Diving Pioneer Dottie Frazier. Over the last fifteen years, Bonnie has volunteered countless hours behind the scenes to promote, grow, and raise awareness for the Women Divers Hall of Fame, twice chairing its board of trustees and serving as president and treasurer for two terms. Bonnie is currently the Managing Editor for the Journal of Diving History.
Women Diver Hall of Fame Members are the pioneers, leaders, innovators and world record holders throughout the international diving community. These areas of diving and undersea endeavors include: the Arts, Science, Medicine, Exploration & Technology, Underwater Archeology, Business, Media, Training & Education, Safety, Commercial & Military Diving, Free Diving, and Underwater Sports. There are currently 250 Members in the Women Divers Hall of Fame, hailing from 30 U.S. states and Territories and 20 countries worldwide.
WDHOF provides educational, mentorship, financial, and career opportunities to the diving community throughout the world. Each year, WDHOF awards scholarships and training grants that provide financial and educational support to individuals of all ages. To date WDHOF has awarded over half a million dollars to over 500 individuals.