Karen Taylor Nominated for Hartford Board of Education

Karen Taylor, Trinity IDP ’15, (photo by Chion Wolf, WNPR)


Karen Taylor, a Trinity College IDP ’15 and Weaver High School graduate, was nominated today by Mayor Luke Bronin to serve on the Hartford Board of Education. The nomination must next go before the Hartford City Council for approval.

Congratulations to Karen, Dr. Colon-Rivas, Attorney Richard Wareing, and Attorney Tiffany Glanville on their nomination! Read a short bio about Karen below and the other nominees here.

From the City of Hartford Press Release:

Karen Taylor is a North End parent of two elementary school twins at the University of Hartford Magnet School. She is a proud graduate of Weaver High School and Trinity College’s IDP program and is a member of the Sheff Movement Coalition and the Greater Hartford NAACP.

Taylor is currently enrolled in Leadership Greater Hartford’s Quest program and serves as an advisor to Trinity College Black Women’s Organization. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Trinity College in Educational Studies with honors.

“I am humbled to accept the Mayor’s nomination,” Taylor said. “As a Hartford parent, I would be honored to serve the students and families of our great city.”’