LaTonya Wiley spent a decade working in the public sector. She served as the Chief Legal Officer for the 7th largest county in Georgia where she was responsible for the legal service delivery to the governing authority and its component units. Ms. Wiley drafted the county’s first comprehensive Ethics Ordinance and routinely assessed and advised on conflict of interest issues relating to members of the governing authority and employees. She also provided ethics training to members of the governing authority and component units of government. Prior to her public sector service, Ms. Wiley was a private litigator in Macon, Georgia, specializing in plaintiff’s litigation. In 2015, Ms. Wiley opened a solo practice specializing in employment litigation. Ms. Wiley is a native of Atlanta and graduated from Emory University. She earned her law degree from Mercer University. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.