In addition to being the social, economic, and cultural hub of the southeast, Atlanta is a city with a prolific past that has borne witness to some of the most significant moments in American history. In the 1960s, Atlanta was a major organizing center of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and students from Atlanta's historically black colleges and universities playing major roles in the movement's leadership.
Atlanta was one of the main staging grounds for the civil rights movement. Yet in the decades since, the city has not fulfilled the hope of equal opportunity for all.
A diverse group of corps members and alumni are working to improve the lives of Atlanta’s kids and live up to the dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King.
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After achieving outstanding outcomes with her own students, she joined staff in 2004 as a Manager of Teacher Leadership Development on the Washington, D.C. regional team. Since then, Taylor has held a number of roles including leading the Atlanta institute, serving as Managing Director of Partner Support at Teach For All, and, in 2011, she was named TFA-Metro Atlanta’s Vice President of Teacher Leadership Development. She is a graduate of Lewis and Clark College and a Washington state native.