Moody-Love appointed ROTC Professor of Military Sciences
Lt. Col. LaTasha Moody-Love has been appointed professor of military science in the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at the University of Massachusetts.
Moody-Love is a distinguished graduate of Northwestern State University Army ROTC in Natchitoches, Louisiana, where she received her AAS in Veterinary Technology and later a BA in Anthropology with a minor in Microbiology. She then obtained a Master of Science in International Relations from the University of Troy.
Prior to receiving his commission as an active duty second lieutenant in the military, Moody-Love enlisted in the military as a combat medic with the 1/228e Aviation regiment in Panama. She then moved on to the Concurrent Membership Program (SMP) with the Louisiana National Guard.
Moody-Love has spent most of his military career in the Indo-Pacific Command Region (INDOPACOM) – Hawaii, Okinawa, Joint Base Lewis McChord and South Korea providing logistical support to light infantry units to include a Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT). She served at all levels – strategic, operational and tactical. His areas of expertise include Asia-Pacific, international relations, military planning, cultural awareness, leadership and mentoring.
Moody-Love comes from a military family. His father retired from the United States Army and is a Vietnam War veteran. She is married to Cedric Love, who served on the USS Duluth (LPD-6) with the US Navy and her godchild currently serves in the Navy.