In the years since, Taylor has been a communications consultant to the presidents of both NBC News and CNN Worldwide and has been a senior leader with Edelman Public Relations and GCI Atlanta. She has cultivated an extensive background in consumer brand marketing, corporate and executive communications, digital engagement, public policy analysis and social innovation.
Dually, Taylor has also been a political communications and field operations consultant to candidates for local, statewide and national office. In a previous role, Taylor was the chief architect of Procter & Gamble’s “My Black is Beautiful” and the marketing force behind CNN’s “In America” series.
A sought-after public speaker, Taylor has addressed audiences at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Harvard University, Morehouse College, Emory School of Law, Princeton University, Duke School of Law, National Association of Black Journalists, University of Missouri School of Journalism, The King Center, the Cambridge Speaker Series and many more. Taylor is also a featured political analyst on NBC News, MSNBC, CNN and HLN, and was most recently Editor-At-Large for The Daily Beast.
She has been a guest on programs such as HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, The Dr. Phil Show, The Steve Harvey Show, and Good Morning America. She appeared in “Light Skinned Girls,” a documentary released by the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and “Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now” on PBS.
Rolling out spoke with this marketing and communications maven to understand more about her leadership style as an African American woman and also to find out her superpowers. As a contemporary phrase, #BlackGirlMagic has been used to describe the seemingly effortless way we are able to master our circumstances. Read more from rollingout.com…
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