LaToya Clark brings more than 17 years of experience as a nonprofit leader and business operations professional to the position. For the past three years, she has held key leadership roles at FLOC, including Acting Executive Director, Deputy Director, and HR Business Manager. LaToya played a pivotal role in shepherding FLOC through the COVID-19 pandemic, which threatened many nonprofits’ ability to raise funds and deliver programming. During this time, she effectively enhanced FLOC’s sustainability, developing new revenue streams, reducing overhead costs, and increasing investments in staff.
LaToya holds a Bachelors and Masters degrees from Hampton University. Her style is highly collaborative and inclusive and she has demonstrated the ability to manage teams through challenging transitions with great outcomes. With support from the Board of Directors, LaToya is excited about stepping into her new role as Executive Director.
Director of Strategic Partnerships & Program Development
Trynita Romeo has worked in a variety of community based programs focused on youth development in underserved populations in Washington DC over the last decade. Trynita believes that children have the ability to soar beyond our wildest dreams as long as we show up for them; often saying that the greatest pleasures in life is to smile, laugh and love. She has created youth literacy programs in income based housing communities, created a life skills course for at-risk teen girls and assisted in creating experience based programming in local schools dominated by low income children. Trynita holds a dual Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Business Administration from McDaniel College and is currently completing her Masters of Arts in Human Services from Northeastern University.