I consider myself to be a Renaissance woman…
…one who can tap into her creativity to make the world brighter, help those who communicate through writing to properly share their message, and offer quality products and services that suit all tastes. To me, that is the essence of being a creative entrepreneur – one who can turn an imagination into an enterprise.
Latasha owns Reason to Live Studios, a graphic design business. She specializes in printed items such as flyers, posters, programs, business cards and T-shirts, and she also create static web graphics for websites, social media and newsletters. She is also familiar with using Mailchimp and Constant Contact for designing newsletter layouts. Go here to see her portfolio. Latasha also enjoys creating art with mediums such as acrylic paints, charcoal and pastels.
Latasha’s experience with editing began with proofreading papers in college. Since then, she has offered her services to Jackson Free Press, BOOM Jackson Magazine, The Church Triumphant Global and many others. She specializes in checking content for proper sentence structure and flow, grammar usage and typographical errors. Her primary editing role is as the event listings editor for Jackson Free Press and BOOM Jackson Magazine, which involves gathering event information from many sources and entering the information on the event websites as well as the Jacktown app.
Latasha owns The Spinster’s Shoppe, LLC, an online retail store featuring thousands of items such as electronics, jewelry, home decor and appliances. She also sells rustic and western-style clothing and accessories at Tasha Loves Rustic, and various style -related products at tashastyles.
Latasha A. Willis is a native and current resident of Jackson, Mississippi. She is a product of Jackson Public Schools, and the last school she attended was Callaway High School before skipping her senior year to attend Tougaloo College. She graduated from Tougaloo with a Bachelor of Science in mathematics with an emphasis in computer science in 1996. After working in the fields of retail, customer service and auditing for a government agency, Latasha began her graphic design career in 2005 by designing T-shirts and selling them online. This along with other creative endeavors eventually led to her enrollment at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, where she earned a Associate of Science degree in graphic design in 2012…
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