Latoya Holman works as the Director of Projects & Community Outreach for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation, which fundraises to support the fallen officers fund, provides community safety programs and strengthen the relationship between the community and our police officers. Latoya leads and coordinates all marketing initiatives and is an official spokesperson for the LVMPD Foundation. Day-to-day, her roles include fundraising, event planning and is a liaison between LVMPD and the Foundation.
In addition to her work with the LVMPD Foundation, Holman is a founding member of the Human Rights Campaign Las Vegas (HRC). HRC is the largest LGBT civil rights organization in the country with more than 4 million members. Latoya has been serving on the board in numerous capacities for 15 years. She currently serves as a member of the National Board of Governors and is a member of the National Executive Committee for HRC, lending her voice as a proud African-American ally, business woman and advocate to the Equality Movement. Holman was a member of the cultivation committee which helped fundraising efforts for what is now the Robert L. Forbuss LGBT Center. She has also delivered multiple keynote speeches at HRC galas and corporate diversity programs both locally and across the country.
With a passion for civil rights, Holman has worked with Project REAL, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which encourages students to learn more about the importance of the law. She has lead presentations and tours for more than 3,000 students, helping them identify career paths for themselves and develop a respect for our justice system. She also dedicates time as a board member to Social CirKISH, a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization working with at risk youth.
Latoya is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University HBCU which is a part of the Atlanta University Center and later obtained a master’s degree in Human Resources Management. Recently, Latoya also spent time mentoring girl scout, Sydney Ramenofsky who went on to become a 2018 Gold Star Award recipient.
Latoya is a proud lifetime member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
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