Michael Latt has spent his career working at the intersection of art and activism and culture and community with a focus on amplifying visionary and trailblazing voices in the Movement and culture to spark change and harnessing the power of storytelling 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 where he was honored with the Chapman Distinguished Alumni Award in 2020. He founded his company Lead With Love in the fall of 2019 and currently acts as the company's CEO.
Lead With Love is currently working with/has worked with Common and his nonprofit Imagine Justice, The Collective PAC, Warner Bros. Studio, Ava DuVernay's ARRAY, Color of Change, Directors Guild Of America (DGA), Glenn Kaino, Values Partnerships, Scott Hechinger and his nonprofit Zealous, Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures, Fox Searchlight, Blackout for Human Rights, Guild Of Future Architects, BMike and his nonprofit Eternal Seeds, Netflix, Emerson Collective, The Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Center, Sol Guy and Quiet, K Period Media Foundation, Real Wins, Campaign for Black Male Achievement and more. Additionally, Lead With Love has supported projects including Fruitvale Station, If Beale Street Could Talk, Crazy Rich Asians, I Am Not Your Negro, Belly Of The Beast, Question Bridge: Black Males, We Rise Festival, Just Mercy and more.