In these divisive times, we must come together as one Nation.
Our ancestors died for our right to vote (Minorities, women etc) it is our obligation to learn the facts and exercise that right. Technology has allowed us to find facts that we already agree with, facts that don’t make us feel uncomfortable. This platform is using that same technology to create a factual political playing field without Additional opinion or propaganda. We live by our calendars, outlook, google, and a like. Let’s add political elections to our to do list and allow this platform to help us navigate the facts in an efficient manner and remind us where to show up and what we are voting for.
Meet The Team
Dr. LaToya Jeaneen Perry
Dr. LaToya Jeaneen Perry is a product of the Milwaukee Public School system
completing her primary education at Grandview Elementary School, John Muir Middle School, and Harold S. Vincent High School. She represents the heights for which our youth can climb if given the opportunity. LaToya went on to Spelman College where she obtained a bachelor of Science degree in Biology with honors, Summa Cum Laude. LaToya comes from a large extended family. Her mother is one of ten children and her dad one of five. She has always taken great pride in the “Herstories” of her grandmothers who were leaders and hard working women. The longstanding illness of her Grandma Brown and her passing created anger and resentment amongst her family. It was these emotions that led her to seek knowledge about what happened and why. This led her to an apprenticeship in medicine program at the Medical College of Wisconsin that cultivated her interest in medicine. She then returned to Wisconsin to attend the Medical College of Wisconsin obtaining her M.D. in May of 2007.
Dr. Perry began a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She describes her training as “amazing”. The high crime and poverty rates that plagued the city of Detroit were coupled with complex medical cases and trauma for which her training benefited. Despite the solid training she was receiving in Detroit, LaToya had other ambitions. She had decided that she wanted to be a Gynecologic Oncologist. She loved surgery and wanted to focus her career on the multidisciplinary approach to treat and cure cancer. In 2009, Dr. Perry made a bold career move and transferred to the University of Wisconsin Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program where she shined and stood out for being a very dedicated and hard worker. As a result, she was recruited for and accepted a fellowship position at the University of Oklahoma. Her extended medical training has paid off well and she is excited about joining the very few African American women in the field of Gynecologic
Dr. Perry has since endured 7 years of postgraduate training by completing a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Wisconsin Madison and a fellowshi in Gynecologic Oncology at the University ofOklahoma. Despite her rigorous schedule, she recently obtained a Master’s of Science Degree in Clinical translational Science at the University of Oklahoma. It is with great pleasure that we announce that Dr. Perry has accepted a position as a Gynecologic Oncologist in the Chicago Western Suburbs.
LaToya has been surrounded with the love and support of her family and friends throughout her journey and feels indebted to the shoulders of generations for which she stands. With God’s grace she proudly stands as she prepares for...The Next Chapter.
Steven J. Tepper is the dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University, the nation’s largest, comprehensive design and arts school at a research university. Tepper is a leading writer and speaker on U.S. cultural policy and his work has fostered national discussions around topics of cultural engagement, creative work and careers, art and democracy, and the transformative possibilities of a 21st century creative campus. He is the author of "Not Here, Not Now, Not That! Protest Over Art and Culture in America" (University of Chicago, 2011) and co-editor and contributing author of the book "Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life" (Routledge 2007). Prior to ASU, Tepper was on the faculty at Vanderbilt University where he was a chief architect of the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy, a national think tank for cultural policy and creativity. Tepper holds a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; a master's in public policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government; and a doctorate in sociology from Princeton University.
A native of Las Vegas, Nevada, Anne's creative journey began with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Arizona. A fine arts background and a love for problem solving led to a dual-focused study of graphic design and front-end web development.
Since the launch of her first website in 2010, Anne has developed an extensive portfolio of branding & logo design, custom WordPress and Shopify development, and email marketing and print design work. Anne has taught advanced web design & development at College of Southern Nevada and serves as an advisor to local non-profit organizations including Save Red Rock and Contemporary West Dance Theatre.
Anne is excited about empowering voters to learn more and get involved in their local elections, and is thrilled to bring her expertise to this project.