Growing up in Washington all her life, Taylor graduated from the University of Washington in 2021 with a Bachelors Degree in Laws, Society, and Justice. Last summer, she spent four months interning at International Justice Missions, doing research on poverty and human trafficking in the Asia Pacific Region. The internship, volunteering to tutor immigrants, and working at the same soup kitchen, all emphasized her passion for seeing the intersections and dimensions to poverty as a whole. Her hope is to learn how to better address the way housing, education, and systemic inequality exacerbate poverty.
Field placement: Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio