Latonia Wallace Copeland

Latonia Wallace Copeland

Latonia Wallace Copeland

Latonia Wallace Copeland is a luxury and design expert, with a passion for bringing exemplary service; both to business, and in life. Reputed as an organic professional, with over 25 years in consumer sales, event producer and designer, Latonia adds grace and creative flair to any event.

As the CEO of Essential Affairs, an event production and design company, Latonia is best known for her keen ability to tailor ambiance to the client’s budget, without the compromise of elegance; all while achieving impressive results. She is set apart in her industry, as one able to capture her client’s personality effortlessly, and then translate their essence to the event. Her eye for design and creative beauty, has landed her a top spot in the eyes of high-end clientele. Latonia has a fondness for the success of communal youth. She orchestrates suitable opportunities for youth entrepreneurship through the platform of creativity.

Latonia holds a respect for higher education, with a proven history of achievement in Applied Sciences with a focus in Graphic Design, Business Administration, with a concentration in Human Resource Management, and other certifications in multidisciplinary skill sets. When Latonia Copeland is not out painting the world beautiful, she is a loving wife, mother, and Chaplain.


  • 2021 – Cast, “I Am That I Am”, Producer Cathy Durant
  • 2021 – Cast – Filming Fashion Design Project, Atlanta
  • 2021 – Appearance on Bravo TV, “Married to Medicine” and Set Design
  • 2020 – Graduated as Love and Spiritual Interfaith Chaplaincy program, GODSU; Nomination – Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters
  • 2014 – present – Serves as an assistant, consultant and partner to Business Mogul, Author and former Bravo TV star, Lisa Nicole Cloud of “Married to Medicine” in business and women empowerment
  • 2018 – 2019 – Coached and consulted to Evangelist Gwendolyn Burkes, an Author, and Non-profit CEO, Dry Bones Street Project – which landed speaker platform, “Black CEO” with TV Mogul, Jewel Tankard

Community Outreach
2014 to 2017, Latonia served on multiple community service projects to include: the Leadership Committee and Women’s Ministry at Grace Community Fellowship Church, Atlanta Georgia; Served as President, CPO NJROTC, Martin Luther King Jr. High School; Member of Georgia Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc; Member of Atlanta Chapter Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. Aviation and Aerospace; Served as a Youth Mentor for the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation for young girls