Get to know LaTaneisha, she enjoys making an impact for her community

LaTaneisha Wilkes works at the Victor Valley Family Resource Center, as the Editor in Chief. Currently, she resides in Hesperia, California where she was born and raised. She attended Sultana High School and went off to college at the University of California, Riverside to receive her Bachelors in Media and Cultural Studies in 2013 as well as a Master’s Degree in 2015 in Public Relations from Cal Baptist University.

 “it gives me a purpose and has value to those individuals in obtaining happiness through stability.”


Her passion is driven by hard-work, dedication, commitment and having the capabilities to improve the lives of others by illustrating a healthy environment that they can seek security provided with our resources. She enjoys being able to help those in need with compassion for making a difference in the life of someone else’s. She says “it gives me a purpose and has value to those individuals in obtaining happiness through stability.”

At Victor Valley Family Resource Center, it is our obligation to offer quality customer service. Furthermore at Victor Valley Family Resource Center, we strive to make a difference in the lives of many by providing them with resources and assistance. We value the time and effort put forth by our staff in ensuring those who are in need are accommodated. She has come in hot handling a handful of tasks in the media and customer service department. You can learn pretty quickly that the company lives on the mission, “To eradicate homelessness through housing, education, Socio-Economic and mental health Services” (

The services provided by Victor Valley Family Resource Center consists of transitional housing, educational programs, transportation and safety. We value those we aid by supplying alternative options that are strategic in accomplishing their goals. She is inspired by he work because she believes that writing articles for VVFRC makes it possible for those to be heard, informed and engaged while gaining useful resources for them to apply to themselves or share with others. In addition, with our services as a non-profit organization, we advocate community involvement to participate or make donations for our program. We help thousands yearly find resources and we want to continue developing the expansion as well as growth of Victor Valley Family Resource Center.

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