Taylor is an astrophysicist working towards her PhD at Texas A&M University, studying some of the most distant galaxies ever discovered. She is a Mother of (cat) Dragons, loves tattoos, and enjoys crafting and spending time with friends. Taylor created (& occupies) the role of grad representative to the faculty in her department, working to improve the grad climate and program, and co-founded a mentoring program for incoming astronomy grad students. She serves on her department's Climate & Diversity Committee and she co-founded her department's Society for the Under-represented in Physics & Astronomy (SUPA), a group which strives to educate the department as well as provide a space for minority groups to come together. She is also a member of the #UniqueTeam, the group which runs the international #UniqueScientists project (uniquescientist.com), whose goal is to break stereotypes about who scientists are and what they look like.
Twitter: @aibhleogWebsite: tx.ag/taylor