Taylor serves as the student program coordinator for the Zell Lurie Institute. In this role, she supports the five student-led venture funds, the Zell Scholars program, and the Innovation Series workshops. Taylor brings a strong background in research and publishing to the team at ZLI, with a focus on the environment and sustainability. In addition to her research and teaching roles within the University of Michigan, Taylor worked as a production assistant for a local food startup as well as the director of publications at the Journal of Young Investigators. Taylor brings over four-years experience in both higher education and scientific communication.
Taylor holds two degrees from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science in Environment and Sustainability with a focus on Behavior, Education, and Communication as well as a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. Taylor is dedicated to our local food ecosystem and is an avid beekeeper.