Dr. Dana Taylor is the founder and president of The Elijah Agency and provides corporate and educational training on sensitivity issues; diversity and inclusion; conflict resolution and interpreting for the Deaf. She has worked extensively in higher education and interpreting for the deaf for more than 35 years in Pennsylvania; Mexico City, Mexico; Texas; California and Georgia. She completed her program in linguistics at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC and has held positions as a tenured faculty member, Assistant Athletic Director of Academic Affairs and university administrator at Lamar University, Beaumont, TX. Dr. Taylor's more than 39 years of interpreting for and working with the Deaf have given her a breadth of experiences and knowledge that ultimately led to her being selected by the Georgia Department of Labor to lead the Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for Deaf individuals in Savannah (GA) and its surrounding areas; she was the curriculum developer for college level interpreter training programs at Savannah Technical College.
Dr. Dana Taylor earned a Doctor of Education in Pastoral Community Counseling and has done post graduate courses in Behavior Analysis. She has a Master of Science in Education, specializing in School Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education with a concentration in Early Childhood Development. Focusing on substance abuse, Dr. Taylor completed a Professional-in-Residence program with Betty Ford Center in Palm Desert, California. In March, 2016, she completed one of her post-Doctoral goals and received her Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology degree.
Singing for the unsung and for those who advocate for worthy causes, Books for Growing Minds™ extend our best wishes and congratulations for all your endeavors and achievements, Dr. Dana L. Taylor. Cheers!
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