Latoya Cauley is an 11-year triple negative breast cancer survivor, diagnosed at the age of 34. Searching for ways to process such a diagnosis, she started her advocacy journey with Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) in 2013 where she serves as breast cancer survivor helpline volunteer and Young Advocate. She is also a member of National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBBC), a 2019 graduate of their Project Lead Institute, Susan G. Komen Center for Public Policy Advocacy Ambassador, and Baddie Ambassador with For the Breast of Us. She is also an alumni of A Fresh Chapter (AFC), a program that helps people impacted by cancer grapple with the emotional effects of the disease. She currently serves as a Facilitator of the Ignite Programs and Empower workshops with AFC.
Latoya is a Chicago native, receiving her B.A. from Saint Xavier University. She finds great joy in spending time traveling to new places with family and friends.