Taylor Warren

2018/19 Public Allies Fellow in Health, Wellness & Counseling

Taylor is originally from Houston, TX. She attended Lamar University in Beaumont, TX before transferring to Sam Houston State University where she pursued a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Clinical Exercise Science and a minor in Health Fitness, and will confer her degree upon finishing her service year. During her time in school she was very active on campus in several leadership organizations such as The Women
of 1520, a women’s business professionalism organization where she served as the Fundraising Chair and President, as well as participated in the National Collegiate Leadership Conference at the University of Arizona, where she presented on dealing with social justice issues as a minority at a predominately white institution. After leaving SHSU, Taylor moved to San Antonio where she served in City Year San Antonio. During her service, she learned the impact of mentorship and building up students so they can have a better future not only for them, but for us. She understands that her purpose is bigger than herself, and wants to help people in any way that she can.


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I’m really moved by people being vulnerable and opening up.