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Latasha Johnson's Biography
Latasha A. Johnson
Latasha Johnson was born on February 10, 1987 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Johnson, Jr. She was born again in 1996, receiving the Holy Ghost and being baptized in Jesus' name under the leadership of Pastor and First Lady William Nared of Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
 
Latasha has received numerous awards for her academic excellence. For her achievements, she was the recipient of $29,000 in scholarships. She was a member of the award-winning Vocal Ensemble at Woonsocket High School for two years, and a member of the Future Business Leaders of America for four years. Being very active in her academic career, Latasha was also a member of the Woonsocket High School Villa Novan newspaper staff and, for ten years, a member of the Rhode Island Children's Crusade. She went on to Johnson and Wales University in the fall of 2005 as an international hotel and travel tourism management major.
 
Latasha is a young entrepreneur, operating in service and sales in the community since before the age of 12. She will most likely own a chain of international hotels and travel agencies!
 
For the past 5 years, Latasha has served as the junior treasurer and head usher at Lively Stone Community Church. Her commitment and faithful tithing has proven vital to her financial success!
 
Tasha's (aka Teesh) favorite color is lavender and her favorite food is chicken. She enjoys listening to Israel Houghton and always accompanies the youth department on their trip to the annual Gospel Festival at City Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.
 
We at Lively Stone are very proud of Latasha. God bless you and we wish you even greater success!!!

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