Latasha Nicole Grant, CFSP, is a native of Philadelphia, PA. She holds an Associate of the Arts degree in Business Management and a Dual Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource Management and Personnel Psychology. She is also a graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service, receiving her Associate of Science in Funeral Service degree. Upon graduating, Grant received the A.S. Turner Award for Excellence in Restorative Art as well as the 100 Black Women of Funeral Service award for her achievements. Her past experiences include Pearson Vue Testing Corporate Office, and she has served as funeral director for several firms in the Atlanta area. In 2013, she started her own non-profit movement, “Girls are Morticians too,” which offers female students enrolled at Gupton-Jones College a scholarship as her way to give back. She is the principal for Divine Grace Embalming Service, where she diligently services several metro Atlanta funeral homes. She is an active member of the Georgia Funeral Service Practitioners Association where she serves as the District Chairman of the Ninth District in Metro Atlanta; she is also an active member of Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity, Georgia Academy of Graduate Embalmers, and the National Funeral Directors & Morticians Association. She serves as a member of The Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church in Decatur, GA, where Rev, William E. Flippen, Sr. is her Pastor. She is the proud mother of four.