Taylor Howard

Taylor Howard

Director of Professional Learning

The Center for Black Educator Development

Taylor Howard is a servant leader who is committed to improving the experience and trajectory for black and brown students in k-12 schools. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she received her bachelor’s degree in public policy. After graduation she joined Teach for America in San Antonio Texas where she taught 6th 7th and 8th grade social studies and coached girls’ basketball. After teaching in the classroom for 3 years Taylor transitioned to the nonprofit sector where she worked at Teach for America Baltimore in 3 different roles including: Manager of Teacher Leadership and Development Manager of Classroom Culture and Climate and Director of Corps Member Programming. During this time she received her master’s degree in education policy and leadership from American University. In 2019 she transitioned from the nonprofit sector to work for the Baltimore City Public School District (BCPSS) where she supported over 40 principals as a Human Capital Partner and later served as the Manager of Teacher Recruitment and Selection for BCPSS. She currently serves as the Director of Professional Learning at The Center for Black Educator Development. One of the core principles that guide her both personally and professionally is: “if serving is below you leadership is beyond you.” In her spare time she enjoys: playing basketball traveling cooking new dishes spending time with loved ones and continuing to grow as a steward in her faith!

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

2:10 pm
 - 
2:50 pm

Interactive Sessions

Workshop
Vista A, 32nd Floor