Latoya Asia is an experienced labor & employment lawyer, HR executive, DE&I practitioner, and educator. Her professional experience includes roles as outside counsel at an international law firm representing companies across various industries, in-house counsel at a financial services company and an energy company, a strategic HR business partner and labor relations manager at a global petroleum manufacturing company, a DE&I executive at a global risk assessment company, an adjunct college professor, and as a high school teacher in Niamey, Niger. In her current role at Dominion Energy, she is responsible for developing and driving talent strategies to promote an engaged, diverse, and inclusive work culture that attracts and retains the best and brightest to the company.
Latoya is active in her community on issues relating to human rights and DE&I and serves in a leadership capacity on several boards. She currently serves as President of the William & Mary Law School Alumni Association Board, Co-Chair of the Virginia Energy Workforce Consortium, and as a member of the Virginia State Bar Diversity Conference Board of Governors. Latoya also serves as an adjunct faculty at George Mason University’s School of Business (Diversity in Organizations) and as an adjunct lecturer with Georgetown University’s Master of Professional Studies in Human Resources Management program (Creating a Culture of Inclusion & Belonging).
Latoya lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband and daughter. Latoya and her daughter (class of ’31) have been members of the Congressional School community since 2018. Latoya previously served as a member of the Congressional School Parent Organization (CSPO) leadership team (Primary School Division: 2020-2021) and as a preschool room parent (2019-2020) and Kindergarten room parent (2022-2023).