Latasha Jean Williams
SPEAKER | ARTIST | CREATIVE DESIGNER
"God places situations in my life, only to humble me for my greatness to come" - Latasha Williams (at 13 years old)
As a former foster youth, turned child welfare advocate, Latasha Jean Williams is dedicated to using her life story and an instrument of inspiration and encouragement to others. A survivor of child-abuse and veteran of the Kentucky foster care, Latasha reaches out through mentorship, speaking engagements, and workshops -such as, "Surviving Foster Care" and "Making Foster Care Work For you". Through such, many youth and others are able to identify and relate to her stories of struggle, yet also be motivated by her tales of triumph.
As an artist, Latasha gets to create what she wants. A lover of all things "beautiful", her art is her own personal expression of beauty and how she views it in the world around her. Her art was recently selected by Heineken, and their Red Star Soul brand, to be used as the center piece and inspiration for their 2012 Black History Month campaign.
|The Creative Designer|
As a designer, Latasha creates what her clients need. Based on professional business or personal desires, she is available to design business cards, invitations, flyer, brochures, letterhead, newsletter templates and more! Her designs have been used by small non-profits to nationally recognized organizations!