Savanah Taylor joined the ACLU of Kentucky in 2021 and is a proud Affrilachian who has spent years advocating for underrepresented voices in southern communities. She recently started an advocacy group in her hometown in Virginia that aims to educate and support rural communities embattled in the ongoing fight for justice and equity.
Savanah is directly impacted by some of the issues at the core of the ACLU's mission. There was a time when she thought she would not be able to reach further, aim higher, and achieve her goals. However, other advocates' success stories inspired her to set lofty career goals and refuse to settle. Savanah is grateful for the opportunity to bring her skills to the ACLU of Kentucky's team.
Savanah has lived throughout the United States and Europe. Her travels have instilled in her the importance of multifaceted ideas and experiences. In September 2021, Savanah earned a Bachelor of Science in Leadership from Old Dominion University, with a minor in management.
When Savanah is not working, she likes to spend her time creating fire makeup looks, reading books, and spending time with her husband and children.