Georgia-raised and Chicago-born, LaToia A. Jones is a Democrat, organizer, community leader, activist & strategist. Her purpose and drive have always been to be the most effective public servant possible. In most cases, this meant behind-the-scenes roles and learning from impactful servant leaders.
LaToia is currently the Assistant Director for the Human Rights and Community Relations Department at the American Federation of Teachers where she coordinates, trains and connects members on community, political, and civic engagement. She recently held previous roles directing special projects for both the CEO of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, PA and for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.
In this episode we discuss:
- Understanding your worth.
- How students can get involved in politics?
- African-American women representation with the DNC.
The DNC Meeting/Election is held February 23-27, 2017.
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