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Angeline Taylor

Angeline Taylor

Angeline Taylor is a visiting instructor and proud graduate of Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism & Graphic Communication.

She began her career as a management trainee with The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group where she completed a two-year training program and later became a customer service and promotions manager with daily newspapers. During her time with the newspaper industry, she was the recipient of several prestigious fellowships including: the Maynard Institute’s Management Training Center at Northwestern University’s J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management; the Maynard Institute's Multimedia Training Fellowship with the University of Nevada's Reynolds School of Journalism; and the Newspaper Association of America’s Breakthrough Fellowship.

After a few years as promotions manager, Taylor returned to her first love of writing for newspapers. She wrote for the Venice Gondolier Sun – a weekly newspaper – as an education reporter; Tampa Tribune community newspaper: Hernando Today where she was business and education reporter; the Bradenton Herald as an education reporter; the Tallahassee Democrat as higher education reporter and the Capital Outlook as executive editor. She has won several state and Media General awards for her work including: “A Day in the Life of Sex Offender;” “Fight to Ban Books Brings in Author” and many others.

Today, Taylor is also co-advisor to The FAMUAN.