Taylor earned her Bachelor of Arts in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. She then immediately returned to the University of Southern Mississippi to earn her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, which she completed in 2016. During her clinical practicum, Taylor spent a few months in a hospital providing therapy on an outpatient basis for children at all levels of communication. She also spent months providing therapy in the school based setting during her clinical practicum time. After this, Taylor moved to North Carolina, where her time is spent providing speech therapy services for children and families in and around Wake County. Her caseload consists of a variety of speech and language deficits in children ages 5-9, many of which have a variety of needs to be considered during therapy. This work is provided mostly in the school setting with some visits to daycares and private therapy locations to accommodate families and children during summer. Taylor also provided some maternity leave coverage, allowing her to treat a younger population, ages 2-5. While she has worked mostly with school age children, she greatly enjoys treating children ages 2-5, as she believes early identification is such an important aspect of a child and family growing and communicating together and being able to enjoy life to its fullest.