La’Toya Princess Jackson is a professional performing artist from Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a B.A. in Mass Media Arts (Radio, TV & Film). As a student at Clark Atlanta University she helped to launch the student operated radio station— WSTU radio— and she served on the SGA in the House of Delegates as a member of the Student Election Committee. She also created social media and digital media campaigns for Ballethnic Dance Company while training in classical ballet at Ballethnic Academy of Dance.
Currently, La’Toya Princess Jackson is a Master of Liberal Arts degree candidate in Dramatic Arts (ALM ’19) at Harvard Extension School. Her study focus is dance and research area diversity in ballet. She is a dancer in the Harvard Dance Project and a company member in the Harvard-Radcliffe Modern Dance Company. She is also a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences as a songwriter and she is an innovative artistic creator with a passion for the arts. Her experience in the music, entertainment and media industry will ensure the success and expansion of effective media and communication strategies for the Harvard Graduate Council.