Born in the Philippines, Ms. Toddy grew up travelling the continental United States with her military family. They ultimately settled in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she spent the majority of her adolescence. She then graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. Ms. Toddy attended John Marshall Law School, where she was selected to join the Negotiations Team. While there, she was awarded the Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears Pro Bono Award.
After law school, Ms. Toddy worked for the Georgia Attorney General’s office in the Medicaid Fraud division. She also gained valuable experience working at one of the largest criminal defense firms in the metro-Atlanta area as a lead trial lawyer. These skills helped prepare her for her foray into personal injury law. Ms. Toddy worked at a boutique personal injury firm for a few years before joining Foy & Associates, P.C. Ms. Toddy’s focus has always been on representing the client’s best interests and advocating on their behalf. She is licensed to practice law in Georgia and is admitted to the Georgia Supreme Court and the Georgia Court of Appeals.
In her spare time, she assists at the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. She also enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her family.