Meet Lattina Brown

Lattina Brown was born on November 18th, 1984 in Harlem, New York. Daughter of immigrant parents from Jamaica and Haiti of which her parents were separated in her early childhood.  In 2018 Lattina Brown graduated with her Bachelors in Business Administration from the CUNY School of Professional Studies. During this time her two cousins Tevon Young and Shondel Martin helped support Lattina Brown to ensure her success in her educational adventures. In 2019 Lattina obtained her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the Touro College Summa Cum Laude. She currently Lattina Brown is employed as NYC Civil servant for the New York City Council- Office of General Counsel and has experience in the non-profit organization field.

Presently Lattina Brown is single-mother and candidate for the Bronx District #17 NYC Council seat. Lattina Brown dedication began 11 years ago when she moved to the South Bronx and witnessed the disparities of service being denied to residents of the black and brown community at large and how immigrants from the South Bronx were being taken for granted by their legal citizen status . Lattina Brown first challenges derived from personally being affected by mismanagement of Landlords and tenants being denied the dignified treatment of service and dire safety concerns from illegal drug sales in the dwelling and gang harassment on tenants where she resides. With the experience of community organizing with non-profit organizations she gathered tenants to demand their rights as tenants with the legal support representation  of the NYC Legal Aid Society.

The interior infrastructure of the building was decaying and tenants supported Lattina Brown in her compelling professional advocacy experience  to reach agreements with Landlords on committing to do repairs and re-pay tenants that were being overcharged on their rents. But after time other mechanism were also in need of support from Lattina Brown such has servicing the Bronx District 17 with nutritional food giveaways, youth mentorship, single mother and single father mentoring, directing ways to enhance quality of life issues, annual book bags donations to children with families living under harsh economical strides, providing health and wellness fairs, employment opportunities, small business support, domestic violence advocacy, establishing relationships with community residents and the NYPD on joining precinct council meetings and community boards meetings. organizing environmental clean ups and supportive green deals initiatives  for the Bronx. Until one day day she experienced on how those who are in elected positions really just don’t have a committed communicative transparency with their constituents on legislative perspectives and resolving the issues of 11 years consecutively being number the # 62 as the most underserved county in New York State.

So today Lattina Brown as black woman is taking charge of community by making sure that our next elections the people’s voice will never again be silenced by systemic racism on all issues which need the right person as herself to lead our future to solutions with legislative and NYC funding and programming for the constituents of the Bronx district #17 NYC Council district.

THE IMPORTANT ISSUES THE BRONX FACES

  • Affordable Housing
  • Immigration
  • Education
  • Public Safety
  • Women’s Rights
  • Community Initiatives

Meet Lattina Brown

Lattina Brown was born on November 18th, 1984 in Harlem, New York. Daughter of immigrant parents from Jamaica and Haiti of which her parents were separated in her early childhood.  In 2018 Lattina Brown graduated with her Bachelors in Business Administration from the CUNY School of Professional Studies. During this time her two cousins Tevon Young and Shondel Martin helped support Lattina Brown to ensure her success in her educational adventures. In 2019 Lattina obtained her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the Touro College Summa Cum Laude. She currently Lattina Brown is employed as NYC Civil servant for the New York City Council- Office of General Counsel and has experience in the non-profit organization field.

Presently Lattina Brown is single-mother and candidate for the Bronx District #17 NYC Council seat. Lattina Brown dedication began 11 years ago when she moved to the South Bronx and witnessed the disparities of service being denied to residents of the black and brown community at large and how immigrants from the South Bronx were being taken for granted by their legal citizen status . Lattina Brown first challenges derived from personally being affected by mismanagement of Landlords and tenants being denied the dignified treatment of service and dire safety concerns from illegal drug sales in the dwelling and gang harassment on tenants where she resides. With the experience of community organizing with non-profit organizations she gathered tenants to demand their rights as tenants with the legal support representation  of the NYC Legal Aid Society.

The interior infrastructure of the building was decaying and tenants supported Lattina Brown in her compelling professional advocacy experience  to reach agreements with Landlords on committing to do repairs and re-pay tenants that were being overcharged on their rents. But after time other mechanism were also in need of support from Lattina Brown such has servicing the Bronx District 17 with nutritional food giveaways, youth mentorship, single mother and single father mentoring, directing ways to enhance quality of life issues, annual book bags donations to children with families living under harsh economical strides, providing health and wellness fairs, employment opportunities, small business support, domestic violence advocacy, establishing relationships with community residents and the NYPD on joining precinct council meetings and community boards meetings. organizing environmental clean ups and supportive green deals initiatives  for the Bronx. Until one day day she experienced on how those who are in elected positions really just don’t have a committed communicative transparency with their constituents on legislative perspectives and resolving the issues of 11 years consecutively being number the # 62 as the most underserved county in New York State.

So today Lattina Brown as black woman is taking charge of community by making sure that our next elections the people’s voice will never again be silenced by systemic racism on all issues which need the right person as herself to lead our future to solutions with legislative and NYC funding and programming for the constituents of the Bronx district #17 NYC Council district.

The Important Issues Facing Our Nation:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Public Safety
  • Women’s Rights
  • Immigration
  • Education
  • Community Initiatives