Sebron "C.B" Toney
Sebron "C.B" Toney, Raytown High School, Class of 1983
Having traveled to over 100 countries, RHS 1983 graduate Sebron “CB” Toneynow travels into the Raytown Schools Alumni Hall of Fame Class of 2008. Toney holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Central Missouri State University, a Masters of Arts in Management and Human Resources from Marymount University, and
a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Southern California.
Toney is currently with the United States Department of State as the Deputy Principal Officer at the American Consulate General in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Serving at the American Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan as the Provincial Reconstruction Team Management Officer, Toney provided assistance to Afghan governments and coordinated support efforts with U..S led Coalition Forces. Toney has served in Iraq, Senegal, and Brazil as a Human Resources Officer, and was responsible for the re-establishment of embassy operations. Toney served as a Diplomatic Courier, responsible for the safe and secure movement of diplomatic pouches throughout the world, and worked in the State Department Operations Center, facilitating communication.
Toney provided protection services for two Secretaries of State, and for Nelson Mandela. In his Diplomatic Security role, he was responsible for investigating passport and visa fraud, and provided security and law enforcement at U.S. missions, embassies and consular posts.
Toney served as a staffer for Congressman Alan Wheat, and as an intern in Jefferson City. His awards and honors include Meritorious Honor Awards and Superior Honor Awards given to individuals in recognition of a special act or service or sustained extraordinary performance covering a period of one year or longer.
Toney’s interests include the International Wine Society, Traveler’s Century Club, and being a Friend of the Kennedy Center.