LaTara has an established name and brand as the Founder of N.I.A. Kids Center for the Performing Arts. She is a serial entrepreneur who has consulted and guided start ups, as well as, advised and assisted individuals and entrepreneurs as they journey and navigate the ins and outs, and ups and downs of entrepreneurship. She'll be the first to tell you, "it's not all glitz and glam, but if you're doing what you love and have a passion for it, "it's worth it." Her passion is to share her knowledge, experiences, and resources to help others realize their dream.
LaTara has a dynamic business acumen and has helped entrepreneurs realize their dreams. She has a passion to share her knowledge and expertise in for profit and non profit business startups, and offers consulting and assistance services for theatrical productions. Click here to learn more about how you can glean from LaTara's expertise.
LaTara's commitment to excellence has captured media attention. Her work and passion speaks for itself. She has been featured on Channel 8 News, local radio stations, Good Morning Texas, Voyage Dallas, and featured in Dallas' largest newspaper, The Dallas Morning News. She has also been a featured guest on 97.9 FM and featured as an entrepreneur making an impact in the Dallas Weekly.
As a Founder, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist, LaTara has experienced and witnessed women and girls overcome obstacles to reach their goals. This inspired a brand called "Soldier Girl" that salutes women and girls for powering through circumstances and situations in spite of the difficulties and hardships. She believes in the resilience of females and "claps up" every female on their journey to success.
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