Latanya Henderson is a formerly incarcerated Black woman. She is the best selling author of "Cannon Love" a novel loosely based on her life. From Boston Massachusetts, she resides in New York City. She is a writer; a novelist, essayist, poet, playwright, screenwriter, and actor. Her one woman play "Mama Used To Say" is in development and will be stage ready in early 2019, along with the book of the same title. A collection of a mother's wit, wisdom, and wonder. She teaches the fundamentals of acting at a Bronx youth center and created Tobin Express, an adolescent hip hop/tap dance troupe with youth from Roxbury; an inner-city community in Boston. Ms. Jones' creative home is the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. She is a student and member of their OutsideIn Theater Ensemble, bringing theater to those who would otherwise not have a chance to experience the art. Her full production "A Gift of Nativity" is an adaptation of Langston Hughes' "Black Nativity". Of which she wrote, directed, and narrated, was performed by inmates in New York State Correctional Facilities;Albion and Taconic. She continuously gives back... working for a non-profit agency that provides services to men & women who have been affected with the HIV/AIDS virus, and provides hope via packages, letters, cards and photos to women who are still incarcerated.