Meet LaToya

Candidate For MD State Delegate

LaToya is a conservative, small business owner with the expertise in addressing mental health and addiction issues. She has a strong track record of community involvement in building overdose outreach programs in Anne Arundel County. She has used her leadership and expertise to serve thousands of residents since 2007 while building relationships with local elected officials.

She is a graduate of University of Maryland-Baltimore School of Social Work; A graduate of Springfield College with a concentration in Organizational Management and Leadership; and also a graduate of Delaware State University.  LaToya serves as an adjunct professor in the human services department at Anne Arundel Community College. LaToya resides in Severna Park with her husband, Bamoyo and their two children, Victoria and Solomon (AACPS student). 

  • Appointed to a three-year term on the Baltimore Washington Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors.

 

  • Immediate Past President and currently serving as Marketing Director for the Maryland Addiction and Behavioral-Health Professionals Certification Board.

 

  • Served as a panel expert on Former County Executive Steve Schuh’s “Not My Child” Program

 

  • Served on County Executive's Healthy Communities Transition Team

 

  • Member of the City of Annapolis’ Naptowne Anti-dope Movement Initiative

 

  • Served as the Social and Emotional Chair for the Anne Arundel County Board of Education Citizen Advisory Committee

 

  • Creator of the Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Family Wellness Workshop Program

 

  • 2018 Leadership Anne Arundel Flagship Graduate. LaToya was named Leadership Anne Arundel’s 2020 Distinguished Graduate for the treatment and advocacy of mental health.

Priority Issues

 
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Increase Access To Mental Health And Substance Abuse Programs

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Advocate For Quality Education

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Keep Taxes Low 

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Support Small Businesses And Economic Growth