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LaTonya E. Clark is a Senior Program Manager in the Chief Operating Office (COO) Executive Office...



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LaTonya E. Clark is a Senior Program Manager in the Chief Operating Office (COO) Executive Office at Fannie Mae in Washington, DC, were she manages and facilitates strategic projects and initiatives to support the COO senior leadership team and corporate shared service functions in executing the organizations unified digital transformation strategy. She received both her Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), concentration in International Business/Marketing degree from Howard University. LaTonya’s professional strengths and expertise include advocating and advancing business initiatives from strategy development through execution in dynamic, cross functional environments in both private sector and federal government organizations. Her specialties include public policy development, strategic planning, stakeholder engagement, and organizational design.

Just as LaTonya is committed to her professional career, she is just as passionate and committed about her volunteer and philanthropic service to the Washington, DC community. Her volunteer and leadership experience with the arts, women and girls, literacy, and global issues and trends continues to make an impact to the organizations she supports. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Xi Omega Chapter; The Links, Inc. Capital City (DC) Chapter; The Washington, DC Carats; The Junior League of Washington; 19th St. Baptist Church; Commissioner, DC Commission for Women in the Mayor’s Office on Women’s Policy and Initiatives; and Ambassador/Founding Member- Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

As a 20 year member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., LaTonya has served in a variety of leadership positions including Membership Chair (Alpha Chapter); Co-Chair of the 6th and 7th annual signature Xi Omega Chapter Women and Girls Conference, Chairwoman of the North Atlantic Region Cluster I Leadership Conference; and two terms as the Treasurer of the Pearl and Ivy Educational Foundation. Over the course of her 11 years of membership in The Junior League of Washington, she proudly accepted the call to leadership by serving as the Chair of Special Events, Assistant Council Director for Ways and Means, and two terms on the Nominating Committee. In June 2018, LaTonya was inducted as a Links, Inc. Scott Hawkins Leadership Institute Fellow, Cohort VIII. This highly selective leadership program selects only 47 women across the country, all under the age of 40, who will experience enhanced programming and leadership development.

LaTonya has been recognized for her unwavering commitment to service by the Howard University School of Business MBA of the Year Award (2019); Pearl and Ivy Educational Foundation, Presidents Award (2016); Deloitte Consulting Federal Practice Applause Award (2013, 2015); The Junior League of Washington Chair Extraordinaire Award (2013); Howard University School of Business Top 40 Under 40 Emerging Business Leaders (2010); and National Association of Women MBAs: Women of Color Special Edition (2008).

LaTonya’s favorite books, “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho and the “Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein continue to shape and inspire her in seeking and living in her life’s passions.

LaTonya is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina and currently resides in Washington, DC. She enjoys tennis, cooking, entertaining, and spending time with her nephews Andrew Francis and Roger, III and niece Ava Rose.




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