Akeisha Latch
Community Impact Intern

Akeisha Latch joins the Waterbury Bridge to Success Community Partnership team as our Community Impact Intern. As a Robert McKinney scholar from the American Savings Foundation, Akeisha has fully committed herself to support her community. Originally born in Kingston, Jamaica, Akeisha has resided in Waterbury, CT for over 15 years and is a product of the Waterbury School system. Currently, she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English with a minor in creative writing and concertation in Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies. Through her work as a student leader on campus as a part of The Caribbean and African Student Association and her various roles in different service organizations including Waterbury Youth Services and Butterflies With Voices; she hopes that she can continue to cultivate the skill set to grow and give back to the community that gave so much to her.

Phone: (203) 754 0040

Akeisha Latch joins the Waterbury Bridge to Success Community Partnership team as our Community Impact Intern.

As a Robert McKinney scholar from the American Savings Foundation, Akeisha has fully committed herself to support her community. Originally born in Kingston, Jamaica, Akeisha has resided in Waterbury, CT for over 15 years and is a product of the Waterbury School system.

Currently, she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English with a minor in creative writing and concertation in Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies. Through her work as a student leader on campus as a part of The Caribbean and African Student Association and her various roles in different service organizations including Waterbury Youth Services and Butterflies With Voices; she hopes that she can continue to cultivate the skill set to grow and give back to the community that gave so much to her.