Latoya Peterson

One of Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 rising stars in media for 2013, Latoya Peterson is best known for the award winning blog Racialicious.com - the intersection of race and pop culture. She is currently the Deputy Editor, Digital Innovation for ESPN's The Undefeated. Previously, she was an Editor-at-Large at Fusion, the Senior Digital Producer for The Stream, a social media driven news show on Al Jazeera America and a John S. Knight Journalism 2012-2013 Fellow at Stanford University focusing on mobile technology and digital access. She produced a YouTube series on Girl Gamers and is currently working on virtual and augmented reality projects.

Latoya's work has been published in ESPN Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Essence, Spin, Vibe, Marie Claire, The American Prospect, the Guardian and many other outlets. As a digital media consultant, Latoya has worked with brands like NPR, Wikipedia, and Weber-Shandwick to provide demographic analysis, ideas on improving user experience, and specialized outreach. She was also a guest host for WEAA’s Michael Eric Dyson Show and a contributor/substitute digital producer for Al-Jazeera International's version of The Stream. She is also a

Harvard Berkman Center Affiliate, a Poynter Institute Sensemaking Fellow, and one of the inaugural Public Media Corps fellows.


  • Organisation:

    The Undefeated, ESPN

  • Job Title:

    Deputy Editor, Digital Innovation

  • Country:

    United States

Editors Lab Final 2016

14 June 2016