Kenyatta Suber, a Mississippi native, is a veteran educator employed in Geogia. She is a fierce proponent of education and philanthropy. Throughout her 19 years of experience, she has served as a teacher leader both inside and outside of the classroom. Kenyatta holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Jackson State University (2001), a Master of Science degree in Elementary Education from Mississippi Valley State University (2004), and an Education Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership and Brain-Based Teaching from Nova Southeastern University (2011). Kenyatta currently serves as the chairman of the LSC Scholarship Foundation, Inc. where she is profoundly committed to advancing the foundation's core values and carrying the torch of Latoya S. Cameron's legacy. 

Kenyatta Suber, Chairman

April Westmoreland, a champion for education, is a native of Shaw, MS. She was educated in the Shaw School District and the historic Tougaloo College. She currently works as a Compliance Associate ensuring educational equality for all students. With a passion for social and emotional learning, she has a professional background in teaching and program management encompassing nearly 15 years of experience. She currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Latoya S. Cameron Scholarship Foundation, Inc. and is dedicated to ensuring the life and legacy of Latoya is continued through service and education.

April Westmoreland, Vice Chairman


Marcus Wimberly has been in education for over eighteen years, and currently serves as a teacher and Head Football Coach for Cordova High School. He is a graduate of East High School. His collegiate career started at the University of Miami (FL) where he also played football for the Hurricanes. Mr. Wimberly earned a B.B.A. in Management of Information Systems from the University of Memphis. He is a Tennessee 4A- State Championship (2016) football coach; as well as, a Commercial Appeal and Rex Dockery Coach of the year (2016). Wimberly has served in other capacities, such as: Senior Class Sponsor, Technology Student Association Sponsor, BETA Club Sponsor, Athletic Director, and Technology Coordinator. He participates  in and coordinates service activities in an effort to answer the charge to uplift his community. The continuance of the legacy of Latoya S. Cameron is an important endeavor. She touched so many lives with her dedication, love, and service to others. We intend for this foundation to continue that work and help students to achieve their dream and give them hope. "Amor Vincit Omnia!"

Marcus Wimberly, Board Member

Keisha P. Jackson is a Professional School Counselor with over 18 years in education. She’s currently the only 12-month counselor in the Shelby County School district. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and later moved to Memphis, TN in 1974. She’s a product of Memphis City Schools where she graduated from Trezevant High School in 1989.  As she continued her education, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Agri-Business and a Master of Education degree in Adult Education from (THE HBCU) Tennessee State University. Later she attended Freed-Hardeman University receiving her Professional School Counselor licensure in 2004. She’s truly an advocate for education and believes education is a vital tool that teaches children the fundamental skills to succeed in life. Her goal is to continue Latoya’s legacy by ensuring ALL students have the opportunity to further their education.

Keisha Jackson, Board Member


Mico Copling, CT(ASCP), a native of Shaw, MS, is a board-certified Cytotechnologist that has worked in the medical laboratory profession for the last 19 years.  She is a graduate of Shaw High School. She began her collegiate career at Delta State University in Cleveland, MS and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Cytotechnology from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS in 2001.  Later, she received a Master of Public Health degree from Capella University in 2017.  Mico is currently the manager of the Cytopathology Department for Women's Care Florida Laboratory in Tampa, Florida.  She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.  As a steadfast advocate of higher education and academic achievement, she wishes to continue to carry the torch of Latoya's commitment and dedication to helping in the advancement and success of our youth.

Mico Copling, Board Member



Tiffany Davis, a native Memphian, has always valued the importance of education with the strong desire to help others. From the very beginning of her educational career she has been devoted to being the very best she can by challenging herself and making academics a priority. She graduated from “The High School” Memphis Central High with honors and she then matriculated to the University of TN at Chattanooga. She completed her tenure at UTC in 2007 receiving a Bachelor of Science in Secondary English. She holds a Masters of Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Mississippi and later received her certification in school counseling from Freed Hardeman University. Tiffany has been dedicated to the education profession for the past 13 years by being a teacher leader, coaching cheerleading, sponsoring several clubs and just being team strong whenever needed. She is currently serving the community in the capacity of a Professional School Counselor, prior to she served as a high school English teacher for 9 years. Tiffany is dedicated to continuing Latoya’s legacy by continuing to support students and investing in our youth’s future.

Tiffany Davis, President

Lacrecia Wilson Brasher is the current 10th Grade Counselor and Department Chair at Cordova High School where she has been employed for 14 years. She is a 1999 graduate from East High School.  She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in School Counseling from The University of Memphis. She also earned a second Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. Prior to becoming a school counselor, Brasher was a social worker with the Department of Children's Services. Along with being a high school counselor, Brasher is a former Cordova High Cheer Sponsor for over 10 years. She is also an independent consultant for Beautycounter. In her spare time, Brasher enjoys spending time with her son Collin, traveling, and reading. 

While at Cordova High School, Brasher met Latoya Cameron, and the two became dubbed as the "Dynamic Duo."  They worked closely together on a number of projects and duties at Cordova. The two were more than coworkers; they were friends.


Lacrecia Brasher, Secretary


Ms. Tamara Jones is a living testament that all things are possible, if you just believe.  As a first generation and low income student, Tamara learned at an early age the importance of hard work, dedication and education.  In 2000, she earned a Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and a Master of Arts in Counseling in 2011 both from the University of Memphis. She has worked with adolescents in Memphis and Shelby County for over twenty years in the capacity of a TRIO Educator and Professional School Counselor.  Tamara has served as the Scholarship Chair for TRIO and a Co-Chair for Delta Sigma Theta Memphis Alumnae’s Delta GEMS program where the National Exemplary Youth Program award was won in 2015. One of Tamara’s missions in life is to edify people and help them to reach their full potential. Toya and Tamara along with two more of the Fabulous Four were like sisters and explored the world together. She is now dedicated to ensuring Latoya S. Cameron’s legacy continues and students have the resources to live the life they imagine just as she did during her life.

Tamara Jones, Treasurer