LaTashia's skills have afforded her the opportunity to spend time in international field offices to assess and implement new strategies related to financial management and software implementations. LaTashia has over 5 years of field office experience to include financial and enterprise system implementation and training, audit management, interim Director of Finance, Interim Deputy Chief of Party and compliance training and internal audit management. She has participated in writing various proposals for USAID, Department of State, World Bank/Global Funds, Department of Education and private foundations.
LaTashia has managed over 300 million US dollars in USAID funding, over 10 million in World Bank/Global Funds, and millions in grants from US Department of Education and Department of Labor. She saved the US government over 300 million while working to shut down two Department of Transportation projects in 2003. She worked as one of about 20 staffers at the Bush Clinton Katrina Fund in 2006.
LaTashia is an ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Church where she serves faithfully on the ministerial staff as the Minister to Women and Singles at the Star of Bethlehem AME Church in Baltimore, Maryland.
She preaches and presents workshops in the areas of self-esteem; female issues; relationships and sex education, finances, and African culture and religion. She has presented workshops for youth and adults in order to furnish tools to enhance them spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Rev. Satterfield Ogunlana has traveled to Africa, where she preached and taught in a Bible College.
Rev. Ogunlana has preached and presented workshops in Accra, Ghana, at the African American Family Reunion Conference, and at the New Light Leadership Coalition, Inc. (NLLC) Conference. She was the Chief Financial Officer and board member for NLLC, a youth organized and operated non-profit that promotes youth leadership. Rev. Ogunlana is active in the church and her community.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (3)
Financial Grant Management (International)
Work Place Environment (Cultural Responsibility)
Ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church
Associate's Certificate Project Management (professional)
Completed course work for ESI & George Washington Univeristy Associate Certificate in Project Management
Virginia Union University Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology: Master of Divinity, Divinity 2003
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University: Bachelor of Science, Accounting 1995
- AME Church
Event Appearances (3)
Stewardship as a Tool to BUild Capacity while Improving Sustainablity
2012 CCIH Annual Conference Marymount University, Arlington, VA
Sowing Stewardship Faithfulness in All Finances
Falls Road AMEC 2011 Women's Institute Falls Road AME Church, Baltimore, Maryland
Where are the Benjamins?
Christian Education Conference Maryland
Sample Talks (1)
Discussion of how to manage USG and various donor grants in context of foreign country laws and culture.
- Workshop Leader
- Corporate Training