FLORENCE, S.C. – Florence-Darlington Technical University welcomes Dr. Meredith Taylor as the newest member of the colleges Region Fee which serves as the college’s governing board.
“This is an interesting time in increased schooling, in particular at the complex college degree,” Taylor claimed. “There are so numerous extra alternatives for college students and people that will modify the trajectory and noticeably impact our communities economically and culturally.”
Taylor will be changing Dr. Bill Boyd, who served faithfully as an FDTC Place Commissioner for 22 a long time.
“On behalf of the Place Commissioners, we are really thrilled to have Dr. Taylor be a part of the Florence Darlington Complex College workforce as we try to enable the residents of the Pee Dee Area by offering an excellent option to get a high-quality instruction at a quite sensible value,” FDTC Location Fee Chairman Paul Seward stated. “We are grateful that Dr. Taylor has agreed to take some time out of her pretty active routine to get the job done with our staff and we are also extremely thankful for the many years of service that Dr. Bill Boyd gave to our school as an Spot Commissioner whom Dr. Taylor will be replacing with this new appointment.”
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Taylor joins the Space Fee with 24 years as an educator in Charlotte-Mecklenburg and Darlington County College Districts. She has served in a selection of roles such as as a school counselor, assistant principal, elementary and middle level principal, director of instructor auality, and the director of elementary education and learning in Darlington County. She serves as founder and CEO of Taylor Made Academic Consultants, LLC and also as a Experienced Progress Specialist with Curriculum Associates, Inc.
“It was a privilege learning and growing beneath Dr. Boyd’s management for the duration of my tenure working in Darlington County,” she said. “It is now really an honor to abide by him on to FDTC.”
Taylor mentioned she really thinks that she is on a path to have an affect on transform in the life of those people whom she has been identified as to provide and that she has been gifted to achieve that in a wide range of methods.
“Community partnerships with area companies and organizations to help with giving expert workforce ready for the workforce are an priceless asset to go on attracting companies to our spot,” she reported. “FDTC President Dr. Jermaine Ford has a good vision and has shared his plan and strategies to get FDTC to the following level and I am excited about being a part of the procedure!”
Taylor is a graduate of Hartsville Substantial School and gained her bachelor’s of arts diploma in elementary education from Johnson C. Smith College. She also has a master’s diploma in faculty counseling, educational specialist and doctoral levels in instructional administration and faculty leadership from South Carolina Condition University.
Taylor is married to Pastor Ray Taylor Jr. and they have two sons and a daughter and they at present reside in Hartsville.