Taylor Intermill is the new Program Coordinator for the FACES of the Future Program in Sacramento.
The Sacramento program works with two high schools, Arthur Benjamin Health Professions High School and Hiram Johnson High School. She has experience working in several Sacramento social programs, military communities, and has the knowledge and experience to work with underserved communities.
Taylor received her B.A. in Biology from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia and is currently working towards her Master of Public Health at the University of San Francisco. Taylor moved to Sacramento, California to complete an AmeriCorps program committed to mentoring and tutoring students 3-5 grade levels behind in reading and math. While completing her year of service, she found her passion for reducing health disparities in under-resourced areas. Taylor is dedicated to supporting and empowering students to meet and go beyond their goals inside and outside of the classroom.