LaTonya BoldenSTEM Faculty
Mrs. Bolden holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Johnson C Smith University, a Master of Education from Princeton Theological Seminary. Currently she is pursuing a Doctorate in Transformative Educational Leadership at the University of New England.
As an educator, Mrs. Bolden has served in private and public schools in both rural and urban areas, working directly with teachers, administrators, parents, and community partners to create initiatives and to implement techniques that promoted integrity and academic excellence. Mrs. Bolden has been an advocate and an instructional leader, particularly in STEM and STEAM program implementation. In Fulton County, she designed the engineering curriculum which is used as a model for math and science programs across the country. She has presented at national conferences on research based strategies to increase student involvement in STEM programs and careers with a targeted focus on underrepresented populations. In addition, she has created grant funded programs that have improved teacher performance and student achievement. Mrs. Bolden has an extensive knowledge of learning management systems, assessment formation and analysis, and interdisciplinary curriculum development and mapping. Even though LaTonya is a native North Carolinian, she loves the city of Atlanta and its vibrant, dynamic culture.