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Falyn Taylor

Falyn Taylor is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Missouri and has been working in the combined education, mental health, and DEI field for approximately 10 years. She earned her M.A. in Counseling Psychology at Northwestern University, B.A. in Psychology at Clark Atlanta University, and is currently working towards a PhD in Education.

She previously worked for the Washington University in St. Louis Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Center. There she spent time identifying avenues to serve marginalized student populations on campus, as well as providing training for staff, faulty and student groups on non-bias and trauma-informed practices. Prior, Falyn spent years in the K-12 school system supporting school administration, students, and families incorporate those same frameworks in policy and practice.

Falyn has experience in developing anti-bias practices in search committees for executive positions in education. This allowed for creation in intentional hiring practices to recruit diverse applicant pools and strategize on how to reach DEI goals. Her passion is to dismantle factors that stunt the process of growth through research-based approaches; promoting the goal of equity and inclusion within diverse settings.