TAYLOR HARRELL IS AN EXPERIENCED AND BALANCED LEADER COMMITTED TO SERVICE AND COMMUNITY.
Taylor Harrell is the Political Director for a Detroit area non-profit focused on fighting for economic justice for mothers of color. She has spent the early part of her career advocating for equitable resources to be put into underserved neighborhoods and organizing to reshape policies that will unify communities.
Taylor is a former Congressional Staffer with experience in overseeing IRS, Medicare, Social Security, and Immigration cases for the residents of Michigan's 14th Congressional District under the leadership of Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence. She also worked as a Legislative Aide and Community Coordinator for State Representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo.
Taylor is known for her passion, energy, and commitment to community and unifying presence. She has dedicated her young adulthood to being of service to others and has traveled across the state to engage Elected Officials and stakeholders on topics related to civic engagement, voter education, equity, and the advancement of black women and girls.
Taylor has successfully worked on two Detroit area campaigns which afforded her the opportunity to go door to door in some of the best neighborhoods on Detroit's east side and some of the most challenged in hopes to encourage people to vote, connect them to resources, and to simply let them know what's happening in their communities. These experiences have shown her that all people are facing similar challenges, and she welcomes the opportunity to amplify her advocacy for by serving as your next State Representative for House District 2.
Taylor's goal is to make state government more accessible to everyone. She is committed to being a Public Servant that will cultivate the strength that people need for today and give them the hope they’ll need tomorrow. She has made a declaration to herself to remain forthright and live up to the expectations set for her to be a fearless, independent leader for all.
"Struggle is a never-ending process. Freedom is never really won. You earn it and win it in every generation."
- Coretta Scott King