I have worked as a consultant with various non-profit, corporate, government and small-business clients. I have developed a comprehensive management perspective and skill set from performing organizational development, data management, business and systems analysis, web development, content creation, and training responsibilities.
Being engaged and participating in my local community has always been an important way that I connect and give back. For the past decade, I have contributed in my local community as a tutor/mentor, a volunteer teaching instructor, and a group home counselor for at-risk youth. I have a great ability to adapt and work well with diverse individuals and groups, due to living in several different regions of the United States and the resultant understanding of a multicultural perspective and its vital importance.
I am also extremely passionate about caring for the Earth and improving environmental sustainability and helped coordinate and complete planning and implementation tasks for the largest Earth Day Fair in the Piedmont Triad area in North Carolina in 2009.
In 2007, I completed a masters program in Transpersonal Psychology. My graduate studies and work helped me hone deep listening, effective communication, and change management skills.
- MA in Transpersonal Psychology at John F. Kennedy University (2007).
- BS in Business Administration and a BS in Information and Decision Systems (double major) from Carnegie Mellon University (1999.)
- CDF (Career Development Facilitator): Completed over 120 hours of career development study.
- She will also complete training to become certified as a holistic health coach.
Latoya J. Williams, MA, CDF
Washington, DC Metro Area
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