Women’s Scuba Diving Hall of Fame

Bonnie Toth

The Women Divers Hall of Fame

Dedicated to Recognizing and Honoring the Contributions of Women Divers

The Women Divers Hall of Fame™ (WDHOF) is an international non-profit professional honor society. WDHOF 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, Marine Archeology, Business, Media, Training & Education, Safety, Commercial & Military Diving, Free Diving, and Underwater Sports. There are currently two hundred seventeen members in the Women Divers Hall of Fame, hailing from thirty U.S. states and Territories and eighteen countries worldwide. WDHOF Members are selected on an annual basis.
WDHOF’s two-part mission is to:

• Recognize women divers who have made outstanding contributions to the exploration, understanding, safety and enjoyment of our underwater world and
• Support the underwater world and its associated careers by promoting opportunities for women and men in diving through scholarships, internships and mentorship opportunities and a worldwide network of industry contacts.
Bonnie Toth, 2007

Bonnie Toth is creative director and owner of Bonnie Toth Advertising & Design in San Clemente, CA. For more than 37 years, she has shared her passion and creativity, elevating
the marketing world through outstanding visual communications and advancing exploration of the undersea world through her deep commitment to diving and leadership
in the industry. Over the last decade, 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, serving as president, as is currently the treasurer. Bonnie also handles membership communications, web design and upkeep, print and tradeshow booth graphics,
scholarship and grant materials, and fundraising items such as the WDHOF commemorative book, calendars, and cookbook. She also underwrites the advanced dive training grant. Bonnie is currently the Managing Editor for the HDS Journal of Diving History.
Bonnie received the 2014 Beneath the Sea Diver of the Year for Service award, the 2014 HDS E.R. Cross Award for service, and will receive the AUAS 2016 NOGI for Distinguished Service in November at the DEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. 



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