Rep. LaToya Greenwood
Director of Human Resources; former East St. Louis City Councilwoman; lifelong resident of East St. Louis; B.A. in Criminal Justice, Michigan State University; Master’s in Public Administration and Policy, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville; 2018 Edgar Fellow at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Institute of Government and Public Affairs; mother to one son.
Black Caucus Health Care Reform Measure Signed into Law, Marking Fourth Pillar of Agenda to Address Systemic Racism
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus (ILBC) is celebrating the signing of the Illinois Health Care and Human Service Reform Act, a historic measure to address the systemic racial inequalities within the state’s health care system, into law by Gov....
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – State Rep. Latoya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, issued the following statement Wednesday in response to the governor’s budget address:
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – As the newly appointed chair of the Healthcare Access and Availability Committee, state Rep. Latoya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, will continue fighting for a reduction in insurance premiums and increased availability of health services across the state.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – To provide critical community resources to vulnerable and at-risk students, state Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, is highlighting new funding for Trauma Recovery Services for East St. Louis School District 189.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – State Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, has been named chair of the Illinois House Democrats’ Women’s Caucus subcommittee on maternal health and will spearhead efforts aimed at lowering health risks for expectant mothers.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. –State Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, released the following statement upon the General Assembly’s adjournment this week:
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. – After looking at data reflecting the area’s recovery in the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic, state Sens. Rachelle Crowe, D-Glen Carbon, and Christopher Belt, D-Centreville, and state Reps. Monica Bristow, D-Alton, Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville, Jay Hoffman, D-Swansea, LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, and Nathan Reitz, D-Steeleville, delivered a letter to Gov. J.B. Pritzker urging his administration to move the Metro East to the next phase as part of the Restore Illinois plan, which would allow for a safe opening of manufacturers, retail stores, barbershops and salons. The legislators issued the following statement Tuesday:
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – In response to the COVID-19 outbreak which has forced small businesses, restaurants, bars and other establishments to temporarily close their doors to the public, state Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, is highlighting resources available to help businesses and workers secure financial assistance.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Legislation sponsored by state Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, would more easily provide state grant dollars to financially distressed communities such as East St. Louis.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – As a new legislative session begins, state Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, is championing efforts to lessen the need for public universities to use standardized test scores, such as those from the SAT and ACT, as a requirement for their admissions process.