Taylor has been working towards the inclusion of low-income and/or people of color in the natural world since 2011. Rooted in her family’s experiences as descendants of sharecroppers in Georgia, Taylor is proud to carry on the twin legacies of her assistant school principal mother and wildlife biologist father as an environmental educator. With work that spans from the nation’s national parks to its inner cities, Taylor’s passions for planetary stewardship and environmental equity for communities of color demonstrate her commitment to dismantling barriers around safe and healthy access to the natural world. Taylor is the sole proprietor of an environmental education consulting company called ’True Poplar Consulting’. In her free time, Taylor enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities.