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About LaTonia Monroe Naylor

LaTonia Monroe Naylor was born in Springfield MA. With her father being in the military, she attended several schools in districts throughout the world. However, she completed her intermediary and secondary education in Springfield Public Schools.

LaTonia has been married for 15 years to the love of her life, Pastor Mah’dee Naylor, Sr. and is the proud mother of their four beautiful children. She has been an active member of Holy Redeemer Cathedral for over 17 years where she is a licensed evangelist and currently holds the positions of President/Founder of VITAL Computer Learning Center, Assistant of Youth Ministries, and Director of Liturgical Dance Ministry.

"Ms. Naylor was recognized in 2016 as a BusinessWest 40 Under 40 honoree. Still, she prides herself on doing “good” because it’s right and not to be noticed. "

Ms. Naylor received her Master of Science in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy and Certificate of Board Governance and Volunteerism from Bay Path University and Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Our Lady of the Elms College. Ms. Naylor currently serves in the role of Senior Manager of Community Investments at the United Way of Pioneer Valley, where she started as Community Impact Coordinator nearly 4.5 years ago. Her work at United Way has allowed her to create initiatives such as Youth Generate and Students Engage Springfield while spearheading initiatives like Stuff the Bus (providing backpacks to over 1500 children who are homeless), Stay in School, and Education Learning Communities.

Non-Profit Experience

Ms. Naylor received her Master of Science in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy and Certificate of Board Governance and Volunteerism from Bay Path University and Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Our Lady of the Elms College. Ms. Naylor currently serves in the role of Senior Manager of Community Investments at the United Way of Pioneer Valley, where she started as Community Impact Coordinator nearly 4.5 years ago. Her work at United Way has allowed her to create initiatives such as Youth Generate and Students Engage Springfield while spearheading initiatives like Stuff the Bus (providing backpacks to over 1500 children who are homeless), Stay in School, and Education Learning Communities.

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