Latin American Teachers Association

LATA Mission-
To promote a bilingual, biliterate and bicultural education for the advancement of Latino students and teachers in San Francisco through events such as family conference, a college fair, scholarships for college, and an education summit.

LATA Board 2018-2021
President: Araceli Leon, Teacher, Monroe ES
Vice President: Allison Martinez, Head Counselor
Secretary: Pilar Mejia, Retired & Eli Jordan, Retired
Treasurer: Ray Ponce, Retired
Artist in Residence: Martha Estrella, Retired
Elementary School Rep: Frank Lara, Teacher BVHM
Middle School Rep: Nancy Obregon, Teacher, W Brown MS
High School Rep: Joseph Vaez, J O’Connell HS


LATA Info:
Customer Service Phone number   415-412-3887
Refund/Return policy  As your donations go directly towards projects impacting the scholarship for Latino youth we serve, all donations to LATA are non-refundable. If you have questions or concerns about the donation(s) you have made to LATA, please email us at [email protected]
Privacy Statement  All donations remain private unless you specify a specific name and message you would like printed in our Scholarship Celebration program. Addresses, phone numbers and email names are never published nor sold.
Complete description of goods or services offered  Consistent with our Vision and Mission statement, LATA is offers support, primarily in form of scholarships, to worthy Latino students in San Francisco. We also promote bilingual education and advocate for equity for all students, teachers and families in the public school systmem, especially in the Latino community, through college fairs, family conferences, and teacher events. Our yearly scholarships are up to $38,000 distributed among 14 students (in 2014).
Transaction Currency  Donations are received in US dollars.
Links within the site  The links we provide on this site are only of non-profit educational groups.
Secure Site for transmission  Donations will be accepted using STRIPE and our website implements protected with SSL which is recognized as a secure method of transmission.