Taylor is originally from is Woodstock, Georgia, a northern suburb of Atlanta, but spent the last four years living in Athens, Georgia.
She has her bachelor's degree in Public Affairs Journalism from the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications. When she wasn't studying or cheering on the Dawgs, she spent her time working with many organizations on campus. Taylor is a proud member of Delta Gamma Fraternity and DiGamma Kappa, the broadcast society at UGA. She also volunteered with Grady Newsource, the campus news station, and the Office of International Affairs. She is a member of the Georgia Writer's Association, Education Writer's Association and the Investigative Reporters & Editors organization. It was through her jobs and internships in multiple media platforms that she discovered her passion for journalism.
Taylor worked as a freelance writer for Athens Magazine and Thrive, and also interned with an online fashion magazine, BLVD. She found her passion for broadcast journalism as a newsroom intern at WWAY News Channel 3 out of Wilmington, NC. She got even more newsroom experience when she completed the Intern For A Day Program with CBS Atlanta.
Since graduating from UGA in May 2013, She has improved her reporting and video journalism skills by working freelance for the USA Today sports web site during SEC Media Days and covering the USA Olympic bobsled team.
She is excited to be in Great Falls, MT as the weekend anchor/weekday reporter for KFBB and looks forward to sharing her journalistic and storytelling passion with others.