Latisha Walker, a dedicated wife, mother, and forward thinker committed to innovation, change, and providing solutions. She holds an honorary doctorate degree in business philosophy and is a best-selling author. She is also a certified business and entrepreneurship coach.
With a background as a retired law enforcement officer, Latisha has served numerous communities throughout the state of South Carolina. Currently, she holds the position of Councilwoman for the Orangeburg County Council District 7.
Beyond her role in public service, Latisha is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Tiffany Grant Foundation, a non-profit organization with a primary focus on serving youth and vulnerable populations. Her passion for making a positive impact is evident through her various accomplishments.
Latisha has made history as the first African American woman promoted to the rank of investigator with the Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Furthermore, she achieved the distinction of being the first African American woman promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in the Alcohol Enforcement and Vice Services Unit with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.
Continuing her dedication to community service, Latisha actively participates in organizations such as the South Carolina Democratic Women’s Council, where she served as the 6th Congressional District Director. Additionally, she is a 2021 South Carolina Emerge Graduate and holds the status of a Silver Life Member of the NAACP.
Latisha extends her involvement to the Orangeburg Afternoon Rotary Club, where she serves as a board member and Chairperson of the Public Image Committee. She is also a Board Member of the Lower Savannah Council on Government-Youth Workforce Committee, showcasing her commitment to empowering the community's youth.
Her guiding scripture is Philippians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Latisha Walker's unwavering dedication and leadership continue to leave a lasting impact on her community.