Taylor serves as an Associate Director for the National Stigma Initiative at Shatterproof. In her role, she supports the operations and cross-departmental collaboration of the Stigma team.
Prior to joining Shatterproof, Taylor supported communications and advocacy to bring awareness and resources to the neglected tropical disease (NTD) sector at the END Fund. Prior to that, she worked in a wide range of research disciplines, including a project investigating phosphorus deposition patterns in the Great Lakes Region, working alongside farmers to control invasive fly populations, and mapping resource distribution during water crises. Throughout her career, she has enjoyed the opportunity to collaborate across sectors, fuel evidence-based decision-making, and make complex ideas accessible to a variety of audiences.
Taylor received her Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Sciences and Global Health from the University of Michigan. She received her BA in Biology and French from Hope College.
Outside of the office, she enjoys woodworking, any outdoor activity, and enjoying all the food, music, and fun that New Orleans, LA has to offer.