The Public Education Foundation (PEF) is pleased to welcome Latoya Holman as the organization’s Chief Development Officer. In her new role, Latoya will rally community support on behalf of students in the Clark County School District (CCSD) by overseeing fundraising initiatives and events.
“Latoya brings a wealth of experience in fundraising and leadership that will help drive our mission to meet immediate, critical needs that will strengthen our public schools,” said Rich Broome, CEO of the Public Education Foundation. “Latoya has a passion for community activism, and is in a unique position to inspire support of our work to ensure every public school student can succeed.”
Prior to joining PEF, Latoya served as the director of projects and community outreach for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation, overseeing donor relations and development, events and marketing. In addition, she is a founding member of the Human Rights Campaign Las Vegas (HRC) and has served 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.
As an active member of the Las Vegas nonprofit community, Latoya dedicates time to supporting the work and impact of organizations like the Nevada Discovery Children’s Museum, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, Nevada School of the Arts, Social CirKISH, NAACP Las Vegas and Impact Nevada. She is committed to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion and has partnered with businesses and the community to harness varied backgrounds and talents to better serve Southern Nevada.
Latoya began her career in human resources roles with local companies. She received her bachelor’s degree from Clark Atlanta University HBCU, which is a part of the Atlanta University Center, and later obtained a master’s degree in Human Resources Management.