Michael Latt has spent the past six years working at the intersection of art and activism with a focus on amplifying visionary and trailblazing voices in the Movement and culture to spark change and leveraging the power of storytelling and art to help others and make a difference in communities. Michael graduated from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts with a B.A. in PR and Advertising in 2014.
Michael currently works as Political Advisor and Communications Director for Award Winning Artist Common and his nonprofit Imagine Justice, Consultant for Ava DuVernay's ARRAY, Advisor for Emerson Collective, Consultant for Warner Bros. Studio and Marketing Director for Blackout for Human Rights. Previously, Michael has worked with companies and organizations like Color of Change, Sundance Institute, Sony Pictures, Fox Searchlight and Campaign for Black Male Achievement. Additionally, he has worked on projects including Fruitvale Station, If Beale Street Could Talk, Crazy Rich Asians, I Am Not Your Negro, Question Bridge: Black Males, We Rise Festival and more.