Latosha (she/her), is a Project Manager providing leadership  and strategic management of VALOR’s training and  technical assistance (T&TA) across its various programs. Latosha’s passion for the movement to end sexual and  interpersonal violence for all is a personal one that began in  1990. While Latosha was working with underrepresented  youth she was inspired by her students to return to college  to earn a degree. In 2017 Latosha earned BA in Sociology with a Minor in African American Studies from the University  of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In 2019, Latosha did what  she thought what was impossible, and earn a Master of  Social Work degree with a concentration on Children,  Youth, and Families at the University of Southern California (USC). While attending USC, Latosha joined a local human  trafficking taskforce and lobbied for a change in laws for  victims of trafficking and to add human trafficking  education to the current mandated sexual harassment  training for all employees. Latosha also worked for a local  rape crisis center in Los Angeles as a program manager  providing direct services to survivors and their families. When  Latosha is not hard at work she enjoys spending time with  her talented adult children and amazing grandson, and  vacationing with her loving husband.