Latisha M. Roberson
Latisha M. Roberson is currently a government relations manager with Accenture, where she advocates on behalf of the company to manage risk and raise the profile of the company to members of Congress and the administration. She works closely with leadership to shape the firm’s education policy agenda and advocacy efforts. She focuses on education policy, trade association compliance, and external relations. Most recently, she served as the Career and Readiness Lead for the KIPP: DC Future Focus Program, a part of Accenture/KIPP National Partnership. She also manages the Community Teach Skills to Succeed partnership with Montgomery College.
Before joining Accenture, she worked in government relations for the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), where she advocated on behalf of private historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU)s. She started her career on Capitol Hill as a legislative staffer for former US Representative Jim Marshall. She enjoys volunteering with KIPP DC, Girls, Inc., and Year Up. She is also a certified MoneySmart instructor.
A lifelong resident of Prince George’s County, Roberson grew up in Temple Hills and attended Frederick Douglass High School. She has made Bowie her home. She holds a bachelor’s degree in law and American civilization from Towson University.