LaTasha Mosley is a graduate research fellow for the UNCF’s Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute. Prior to joining UNCF, Mosley worked as an elementary literacy educator helping to develop the literacy identities and practices of her students. Additionally, she has served as a District of Columbia Leadership Program Fellow where she developed a curriculum resource guide to support the district’s educational programming for young women of color. She also serves as a graduate assistant at Georgia State University. In this role, she uses qualitative research methods to address issues of equity and cultural responsiveness within STEM classrooms.
Mosley is a proud graduate of Spelman College. She earned her master’s degree in sociology and education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Currently, she is completing doctoral studies at Georgia State University in language and literacy.