Dr. Linda Mouton Taylor

Linda Mouton Taylor
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Dr. Linda Mouton Taylor's Biography

Type Of Business:
School District
Marketing Area:
Local
Expertise:
Dr. Taylor's expertise is in educational leadership and policy development, mentoring and teaching.
Major Product/SVS:
Education
Favorite Business Publication:
Educational Leadership; Kappan
Hobbies/Sports:
Traveling, Reading, Mentoring, Research
Education Degrees:
Doctor Of Education In Educational Leadership And Policy, Texas Southern University; Coursework in Educational Leadership and Cultural Studies, University of Houston; Master of Education in Education Administration, Texas Southern University; Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Lamar University; Coursework in Elementary Education, Texas Woman's University
Affiliations Awards:
Association of Supervisors and Curriculum Developers; Phi Delta Kappa; Delta Kappa Gamma International; Zeta Phi Beta, Epsilon Chapter; Founding Donor, Century Club Member, Klein Education Foundation; American Association of School Administrators
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The most gratifying aspects of her career are seeing her students grow academically, socially and emotionally while establishing an exemplary report between universities, students and community and also provide a flexible school environment which considers individual abilities to allow each student to achieve their highest potential goals.
Number Of Years In Current Position:
25
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her upbringing and her desire to make a positive difference in the lives of people.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession because she wanted to educate students and ensure that all students regardless of their cultural, ethnic or social economic background and receive the best possible education.
Extended Bio Profile:
Dr. Taylor was offered a position at St. John Fisher College at Rochester in New York. She also started a scholarship program in the name of her late husband to benefit children at her school. While attending Texas Women's University in the 1960's, she was involved in the desegregation of the university. She has also been a presenter at several local, national and international conferences such as Houston Area Bilingual Educators Conference, CPAL 2003 Summer Institute Conference, NCLB National Conference; American Association of School Administrators Annual Conference, National Conference of the National Association of African-American Studies, National Association of Hispanic & Latino Studies, National Association of Native American Studies, International Association of Asian Studies; National Conference of the Association for Advancement of Educational Research, Prairie View A&M University; Texas Southern University Faculty Research Seminar, Clifton Claye Educational Leadership Seminar and Co-Chairman, Distinguished Lecture Series and Houston Area Hospice Organization.
Education Certifications:
Certified English as a Second Language Teacher, State of Texas (2004); Certification in Professional Mid-Management (1981); Financial Management Internship Program, The University of Texas, Arlington
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