Latrice Dudley

Deputy Director

Latrice was born and raised in Bessemer, Alabama. She joined the GASP team in 2022 as a deputy director.

Latrice is devoted to practicing servant-leadership, working to develop and support community-focused nonprofits and government-sponsored programs. She is passionate about service, capacity building, and strategic planning. She began her journey as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, where she was later brought on as a Program Coordinator for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Advisory Council.

Latrice has worked at both the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation and Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta Foundation, along with serving as Volunteer Manager for the Good Samaritan Health Center. In her civic life, Latrice was elected Financial Secretary for the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. and has served over 10,000 volunteer hours in the last ten years.

Most recently, Latrice worked as a Federal Planning Specialist, collaborating on strategy for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development entitlement funds. Latrice started her own strategic planning consulting business called The Julian Brand.

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