I believe that everyone deserves a say in the systems that affect their daily lives. That’s why I’m passionate about working hand in hand with communities and stakeholders to identify and tackle the challenges that we face. Whether it’s advocating for policies that prioritize equity, inclusivity, and accessibility or fostering meaningful engagement, I am committed to creating and maintaining engagement that is truly sustainable and unbiased. I think that by building partnerships based on trust and respect, we can make a real difference.
BS, Sociology- Human Services, John Carroll University
LaToya is a graduate of John Carroll University; she completed her Bachelors in Sociology with a focus in human services while also completing the coursework for a minor in broadcast communications. She has a diverse background including mental health, higher education, and transportation. LaToya spent 11 years in higher education, developing her leadership, engagement, and marketing skills.
In recent years, she has focused on outreach and engagement, working specifically in the transportation industry. During her time with the Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA), she was able to not only work on transit specific projects, she was also able lead an MDOT-wide workgroup that brought together outreach professionals from all of the MDOT modes. She would describe herself as a travel enthusiast and transit nerd, making it a point to ride any available public transportation in every new city she visits. Her unique perspective and passion for transportation have helped her to develop innovative outreach strategies that engage diverse communities.
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