Donor Relations Coordinator
LaToya Amos is a Donor Relations Coordinator for United Way of Northwest Louisiana. As a coordinator, her role is to help with related projects, annual campaigns, events, fundraising, and bridging new relationships to the organization by being a voice of advocacy.
LaToya is a native to the Shreveport-Bossier City area, and she is currently completing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. In the past five years, she has earned the American Business Woman Association (ABWA) woman of the year award and received additional recognition and awards from multiple community and philanthropic organizations. In 2019, she became a 40 Under Forty honoree for Shreveport-Bossier City. Her passion for non-profit extends from volunteering as a SCORE mentor to help start-up entrepreneurs find business resources and funding, hosting the Christmas Toy drive for Shriner’s Hospital, becoming a board member for Community Renewal International, volunteering for the Red River Revel, and becoming President for the Southern Hills Neighborhood Association which she proudly resides in. LaToya believes that everyone has gifts and talents, and there is room for everyone to excel. She is willing to help anyone who wants to help themselves.
She enjoys traveling to places with water views, good cuisine, decorating and DIY projects, and time with her children and close friends in her spare time.