Taylor is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) at Georgetown University. She is a native of Portland, Oregon and received her B.A. in Comparative Women's Studies and Political Science from Spelman College. As an undergraduate, she served as a White House Historically Black Colleges and Universities All-Star. Taylor used her platform to bring awareness to women's health. She spent her summers interning in the United States Senate, National Museum of African Art, and completing an undergraduate research on female refugee economic integration in the United States at University of California, San Diego. In 2016, she studied abroad in South Korea. After graduating, Taylor worked as an English Teaching Assistant with Fulbright Malaysia.
In addition to her studies, Taylor served as a founding member and Social Media Director of Georgetown Black Graduate Student Alliance. She is particularly interested in communications, health, education and gender equity. Taylor will pursue a career in social and economic development. She speaks English and Spanish.
"I chose MSFS for the opportunities to engage with international organizations and institutions in Washington, D.C."