Taylor received her Bachelors of Science/Family and Consumer Science degree in Nutrition Sciences (Dietetics) from Baylor University in 2016. She then completed her Dietetic Internship with Abilene Christian University in 2017 and her Masters of Science degree in Nutrition in 2018, part of which included a research project on the growth and nutrition needs for children with neurologic conditions and special needs. Taylor believes that nutrition is essential for giving the body the best fuel possible while also being enjoyed and simple for families. She has a passion for the special needs population as she believes that by making small changes, eating nourishing food can become an enjoyable activity. This can help to provide optimal health for clients and their family and open doors for new opportunities with newfound confidence. Taylor enjoys working with patients and families to create manageable goals and help them to understand the “why” behind nutrition to improve one’s health. She enjoys researching and hopes to bring knowledge of dietetics and compassionate understanding to her counseling sessions with clients and families.
Taylor is married and enjoys cooking, reading a good book, spending time with friends and family, playing board games, or going for a run. She and her husband attend and serve at the Dallas Northway campus of The Village Church in the elementary school ministry. She seeks to use her passion for nutrition and helping others to bring glory to God in all that she does.