Sheree Taylor is the Founder of Taylor Consulting Solutions, LLC.
Her experience includes working as the Assistant Director/Childcare Coordinator of Help Me Grow Alabama. She has over 10 years of experience in educational outreach in Nutrition, early care education and chronic disease management. Sheree has served on several coalitions at the grassroots level while managing grant dollars to enhance the quality of life of Alabamians on health initiatives during her time with Auburn University. Sheree has served as a Regional director over several counties for equitable neighborhood initiatives in Alabama.
Sheree holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition & Foods from Jacksonville State University and a Masters of Adult Education from Auburn University. Sheree is a certified Senior Diabetes educator/facilitator from the University of Chicago in Illinois). She holds several certifications in the areas of Sports Nutrition, Extension, and Nutrition and Wellness. Through her experiences, she has gained knowledge in assisting communities in reaching their goals through building partnerships, curriculum development, developing publications and articles for academia, promoting family, and community engagement using strategic planning and professional development.
Sheree enjoys watching football, crafting and most of all spending time with her family and friends making memories. Sheree has served her community volunteering with youth sports organizations as a board member and she is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. A service to all mankind.
The 4A’s Sisters Club 2023 Grand Marshal at our 2nd Annual End Lupus Walk May 27th 9am Girard Park Lafayette, La. Alzina Burrell Dural is Lupus Warrior here in our city. A go get her, never stop, keep moving, Community Activist in the State of Louisiana. Lupus since 2011, Retired with LCG, Owner of Season the Green Leaf Sits on many Local, City and State Boards. A daughter, wife, sister mother, aunt, friend, etc. PS-Community Activist. Show your ! We thank you for all you do for others.
After having symptoms dismissed for many years, Keyla decided to get a second opinion and advocate for herself. In this episode, Keyla explains how she lives to thrive and the habits that she continues to implement in order to feel better. She gives us some great tips about how to manage the financial burden of living with multiple chronic conditions. And a truly inspiring part of her journey has been how she became a model, and strutting down major runways including London and New York fashion week while living with an ileostomy bag!
Proud native of Lafayette Louisiana. Born to the Benoit and Morgan family but was raised by his Grandparents, Doris Benoit and Connie Bellow Cormier. Although they didn’t come from a lot, they always had love and joy in their home. As a young person, Donavon was baptized and confirmed at Our Lady Queen of Peace where he briefly taught communion student as he was preparing for high school graduation.
Upon graduating from Lafayette High School, he was privileged to get accepted to Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga. While there, he worked as a Banker for Bank of America in order to assist his Grandparents with college expenses. During college he also added a part-time job to his schedule which landed him with food service opportunities working all across the country including New Jersey, New York, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. While in school, unfortunately Donavon grandfather passed unexpectedly shortly before he graduated but was blessed that his grandmother and rest of family were present.
Upon graduating from Lafayette High School, he was privileged to get accepted to Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga. While there, he worked as a Banker for Bank of America in order to assist his Grandparents with college expenses. During college he also added a part-time job to his schedule which landed him with food service opportunities working all across the country including New Jersey, New York, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. While in school, unfortunately Donavon grandfather passed unexpectedly shortly before he graduated but was blessed that his grandmother and rest of family were present. During his career in Food/Facilities Services he has been blessed to work for several notable corporations including ARAMARK, IBM, Bank of America, Crothall, Baton Rouge General and Currently Capitol City Produce. His journey would not have been possible without the “Village” that raised him thru Church, Home, and School. Although he has much further path ahead to prepare for, he’s very grateful for path he’s been given. Life isn’t possible without support – the support that provided for him during his matriculation leading to now adulthood. In the future, he hopes to further his education in Law and continue to serve his great fraternity of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc along with other service organizations that he donated his time to. He looks forward to talking more in dept this week…Be blessed and continue to uplift one a another.