Tomaudrie Thomas graduated from Mary Washington College in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. She obtained her Master of Arts in Business Management and Leadership from Liberty University in 2013. She received her Certified Public Manager Certificate from The George Washington University in 2018. Tomaudrie has served over 25 years in the field of Criminal Justice in many capacities such as Pretrial Case Manager, Probation & Parole Officer, Intensive Probation & Parole Officer, Pretrial Program Manager, Community Corrections Manager, and she is currently serving as Deputy Director at the Prince William County Office of Criminal Justice Services.
She has been an active member of the VCCJA and has participated on several committees over the last fifteen years to include the Cultural Awareness Committee, Pretrial Advisory Committee, DCJS Standards Committee, VCCJA/DCJS Training Committee, and the Fundraising Committee. She also successfully served on the VCCJA Executive Committee as the elected VCCJA Secretary for (2) two years; she was appointed by the VCCJA President to serve as VCCJA Treasurer and served in that capacity for (1) one year. Tomaudrie is currently the elected VCCJA President and has served in that role for the last 1 ½ years. Tomaudrie is very passionate about serving in a capacity to affect change, by continuing to move local community corrections and pretrial services forward.
Tomaudrie’ s additional professional memberships have included: American Probation and Parole Association, Virginia Probation and Parole Association, National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies and American Association of Notaries. Her professional certifications and activities include Rappahannock Area Crisis Intervention Team certification, Certified Pretrial Services Professional, Anger Management Facilitator and Restoration of Voting Rights Community Advocate.
During her many years of leadership and committee involvement, Tomaudrie has established a strong rapport and built strong professional relationships with other VCCJA members across the State of Virginia and with her professional partners at DCJS. Tomaudrie would be honored to serve you in the position of VCCJA President-Elect to assist with continuing to advance community corrections in Virginia!