A Few Words About Me
As a coach, Taylor Doctor helps teens learn how to problem solve, develop leadership skills, and set powerful but attainable goals. Her passion and enthusiasm about youth leadership development is infectious and gratifying for all stakeholders involved.
Taylor Doctor is a University of Georgia “triple dawg” who graduated Phi Beta Kappa with degrees in Psychology (B.A), Public Administration (M.P.A), and Human Development & Family Science (M.S). Additionally, Taylor holds certificates in Nonprofit Management and Substance Use Prevention. Her extensive background includes research on adolescent healthy relationships, teen pregnancy prevention, and teen communication skills. Currently, Taylor serves also as a Project Coordinator with Impact Spartanburg, a coalition implementing environmental strategies to reduce adolescent substance use. In her spare time, Taylor enjoys baking, painting, and hiking with her husband and miniature schnauzer.