Ms. Fuller spent the first seven years of her life in kinship care. At age 8 she entered foster care and was subsequently adopted. She has been working with Foster Youth, and as an Advocate for Children, for the past six years; including serving as a Transitions Specialist in the past. Latasha was named an honoree of Winston-Salem State's Top 40 Under 40 2019 class in April, Notable Name to watch by PRIDE Magazine (Charlotte, NC) in 2015, and is a Children’s Trust Fund Hero with the Los Angeles, CA Children’s Trust Fund. In 2018, Latasha and fellow LIFE Skills staff received the Making a Dream Award from DSS.
Ms. Fuller received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in Public Administration, from Winston-Salem State University in 2014. Ms. Fuller has dedicated her life to being an Advocate in her community for youth, no matter her location, because she recognizes that they are the future. Her family and faith have been her backbone of support, as she’s embarked on her journey over the years. Latasha looks forward to completing her Masters of Public Administration Program in November 2020 so that she can serve as a Policy Advocate in the NC State Department. This fall, Ms. Fuller and her partner will welcome their first child.