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While many baseball fans only dream of working for the Chicago Cubs, Taylor--an attorney--realized that dream when she became Corporate Counsel for the team.
In addition to her love of baseball, Taylor is passionate about connecting Jewishly. She has served as a JCC Apachi Day Camp counselor, and is active in JUF's Young Leadership Division, in which she has served as a board member and a vice president. Through YLD, she has participated in the LEADS program, even helping to launch a suburban LEADS group; is an alum of Gesher, YLD's leadership development program; and--of course--has played YLD softball.
Taylor has been able to bridge her legal expertise with her commitment to repairing the world by mentoring law students, volunteering with Cubs Charities and JUF's TOV volunteer network, and by doing pro-bono work for the JUF Evelyn R. Greene Legal Services clinic.
Attorney for the Chicago Cubs
ON THE SIDE:
Wife, board member, mentor, volunteer, and Chicago sports fan
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN 10 WORDS OR LESS:
Positive, baseball lover, cookie monster, pizza connoisseur, attorney, dancer, rapper
SOMETHING MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT ME:
When I was younger, I had a small business making and selling guitar pick necklaces. I even got my product into a few local boutiques.
I've been told Zooey Deschanel, but I think I'm more just like her character Jess from New Girl when I break out into spontaneous song and dance.
A JEW WHO INSPIRES YOU:
My brother, Matthew. He embodies Jewish values like integrity, respect, and kindness and is someone I have always looked up to.