Tayler is a junior Anthropology, Sociology and International Studies double major. After completion of her undergraduate degree, she intends to pursue a graduate program in Social Policy. She hopes to combine her international experiences in education reform with local need in Chicago to combat the intersections of education inequalities and various social institutions such as race and class. As a Bonner Scholar, founder of My Brother's Keeper mentorship program, and charter member of Girls Going Global, Tayler remains busy as she aspires to uplift the coming generations of change agents.
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Spelman was founded in 1881 as Atlanta Baptist Female Seminary by Sophia B. Packard and Harriet E. Giles. The name was changed in 1884 to Spelman Seminary in honor of Mrs. Laura Spelman Rockefeller and her parents Harvey Buel and Lucy Henry Spelman, longtime activists in the antislavery movement.