Latoya will lead One City's efforts to educate policy makers and the general public about the need for, and value of, high quality and expanded early childhood education, K-12 school innovation, and public charter schools. Prior to joining One City, Latoya served as the Special Assistant to two Wisconsin State Superintendents of Public Instruction. Latoya has also held several key positions in public policy, including Associate Director of the UW System's Office of Educational Opportunity, Director of the Charter School Grants Program and Consultant on Charter Schools and Wisconsin's Private School Choice programs with the WI DPI. Additionally, Latoya currently serves as a newly-elected member of the Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Board of Education. During her time at the WI DPI, Latoya was responsible for coordinating and co-authoring DPI's successful charter school grant application that brought $96 million from the U.S. Department of Education to Wisconsin to support the development and expansion of high quality charter schools in our state. Latoya is married to an educator and together they have four children. In her free time, Latoya enjoys spending time with her family, supporting her kids' sports teams and volunteering her time on various community groups and committees.