About

LaToia Jones

LaToia A. Jones is an organizer, community activist, and national strategist. LaToia currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Government Affairs & Political Partners at Hustle a progressive digital peer-to-peer communications company. In her role, she’s responsible for developing and implementing strategies that enhance Hustles’ image, influence, and engagement in the Labor, Political, and Legislative space.

With over 20 years of extensive experience in labor and community organizing and political experience in presidential campaigns, gubernatorial races, and countless congressional and local races — LaToia’s purpose and drive have always been to be the most effective public servant possible. Affectionately known as the “Queen Maker”, LaToia thrives on supporting and building the next generation of leaders particularly women and women of color. 

LaToia began her career in servant leadership as a member of the College & Young Democrats of Georgia. She would later become the first African American female executive director of the College Democrats of America. LaToia has served as the Associate Director of Human Rights and Community Relations, at the country’s largest professional union, the American Federation of Teachers. In addition, LaToia has built community programs that have positively impacted the lives of millions of people.

LaToia continued to be an active participant in ensuring America’s promise — serving in key roles in 2008, 2012, and 2016 Democratic National Conventions. Presently, she is a Truman National Security Partner and currently serves on the boards of Power Rising, Higher Heights for America, EMERGE America.