Antonay was born and raised in Tampa, FL. She obtained her bachelors from Florida State University in Sociology with minor children and families. She was an active volunteer with the youth girl’s group in Florida. Her volunteer experiences solidified her interest in social work and were full of both joy and challenges. She graduated from Clark Atlanta University receiving her MSW with emphasis in mental health. She aims to continue her education at doctoral level. Her hope is to make a difference in the lives she comes in contact with. Antonay enjoys traveling and making memories with her loved ones.
Since obtaining her MSW Antonay has provided comprehensive mental health services (psychotherapy, treatment planning, case management, crisis intervention, advocacy, community outreach and service coordination) to meet the psychosocial needs of children, adults, and older patients. These individuals often had complex issues who frequently relied on the Emergency Room Department to address medical, substance abuse, social, and psychiatric problems. While in grad school Antonay completed clinical internship with Cobb County Public schools. Provided counseling to students and families. Created and facilitated all girls support group to help with the young girls transitioning from middle school to high school. She joined Calo in April of 2020 to apply her wealth of knowledge to the Teen Girls program.