Roberta is the founder of King Latham Law, PLLC where she practices in the areas of employment law, litigation and business law. Roberta is married to Will Latham, a partner with the law firm of Womble Bond Dickinson. Will and Roberta have two children, Liam, who is 8 and Finner, who is 6.
Roberta is a breast cancer survivor of almost 12 years, and says to all: “Believe and trust!” Her team theme is, “I Will Survive” – for all those who are or have been in their struggles.
Why TTL? Roberta believes that every child should have a chance at new experiences and an opportunity to take on responsibility. “Dancing Classrooms is a wonderful program to help foster our sense of community, responsibility and integrity!”
EMILIO RAMIREZ has always had a passion for dance. Before ballroom he performed in musical theatre. With his upbeat and charismatic personality, he was in numerous productions where he developed great love and dedication for the performing arts. Being native to a Latin American culture, he deeply values his Mexican roots and rich history in music and dance. Emilio has received training and coaching from top dance professionals in the US and specializes in American Rhythm, including cha-cha, rumba, mambo, east coast- swing and bolero. He also has a great love for teaching. “Being a dancer is great, but for me it’s not enough. I cannot simply just show my gift. I have a bigger obligation to share my gift and for myself, being able to inspire people through the passion that I have for dance is a lot more fulfilling than anything else,” he says. Today he trains competitive students and is thoroughly involved in the Winston-Salem dance community. He aspires to start a school of dance in the future and continue to share his craft with the next generation of dancers.