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Degrees and Certifications:

BA Mathematics and Computer Science MA Instructional Technology Ed.S. Educational Leadership

Mrs. LaTisha T. Fields



I am excited about participating in the Cyber Academy of Excellence at Richmond County Technical Magnet School. I am glad you have chosen to become a Cyber Security Professional. I am looking forward to a momentous year. I am currently teaching Introduction to Software and Network and Support.

I look forward to teaching you how to master Information Technology concepts while preparing you to be a Cyber Security or Computer Science Professional.  


Mission: To provide students, staff, and parents with learning experiences to promote world-class thinkers with the implementation of effective STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education which ensures students are well-equipped to meet the challenges in the world that does not yet exist. 


Education: I graduated third in my class from Lucy C. Laney High School. I attended Fort Valley State University after graduation. I transferred and received my bachelor's degree from the University of South Carolina in Computer Science and Mathematics. I later received a master's degree from Troy State University in Instructional Technology and a Specialist Degree from Cambridge College in Educational Leadership.  


Work History: I interned at the Department of Energy in Golden, Colorado. I worked in Corporate World as a Customer Service Representative. I taught 6-12 grade Math for fourteen years in the Richmond County School System and one year in Stanley, North Dakota. I am currently in my fourth year of leading Cyber Security. 


Hobbies: I love to work on computers, travel, figure out complicated problems, and help others. 


Together we will have an AWESOME YEAR! 


Quote to remember: "Tell me, and I forget.  Teach me, and I remember.  Involve me, and I learn." 
— Benjamin Franklin