Latina Duffy is a very proud graduate of Otterbein College (now Otterbein University) where she majored in speech communications with a concentration in broadcasting and earned an interdisciplinary minor in public relations. Her first job relating to her degree was in the corporate world at an advertising agency. Before becoming the public relations coordinator at the Fairfield ADAMH Board in May 2018, she worked for many other nonprofits and not-for-profits, including the American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County, The Ohio State University, and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Due to her family history of mental health and substance use disorders, she jumped at the chance to apply her knowledge, skills, and talents to work for ADAMH. Originally from West Lafayette, Ohio, Latina now lives in Blacklick with her four cats, Nosey Rosie, Goldie, Helen Keller, and Monkey Face. Her hobbies include reading, quoting music and films, and eating out with her friends. She is also an alto in the Harmony Project.