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LaToya Dennis

LaToya Dennis

News Director & Managing Editor

LaToya Dennis began her journalism career as a general assignment reporter at WUWM in Milwaukee in 2006. Throughout her tenure, she has taken on many leadership roles from training and mentoring newsroom fellows to co-executive producing an Edward R. Murrow award winning series called Project Milwaukee. Dennis has been at the forefront of rethinking what news is and how to best deliver it to communities not traditionally well served by public radio. She holds both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Journalism from Michigan State University.



Recent Stories from LaToya Dennis

Nicolle Osorio– Chance 2 Dance students get together for a group picture after a sweaty session of Hip Hop class with Miss Angel.

Maitland dance studio offers people with disabilities a Chance 2 Dance



 “I learned very quickly that there is such a spectrum of needs, and everybody is so unique, and everybody’s brain works so differently. Our constant goal is to work to understand the individual and meet them at their level and then enhance and maximize their abilities.”






Tom Babcok, a museum patron, is reading a word in Braille spelling “believe” across the sculpture at the Casselberry Sculpture House. ReVision debuted on Sept. 4th with inclusive art that both unsighted and sighted patrons could enjoy.

Art exhibit for the blind allows people to see with their hands



“Anytime you can get on an equal playing field with someone who is sighted and stay on that equal playing field you do it, you absolutely do it and you run with it, because it doesn’t happen very often, “Park says.