Julia Yvonne Taylor Edit Profile
Bachelor in History, Armstrong State College, Savannah, 1978; Master in Early Childhood Education, Georgia Southern U., Savannah, 1992.
Assistant archivist, Georgia History Society, Savannah, 1978-1979; office manager, Half-Life Taylor Construction Company, Savannah, 1979-1984; assistant manager, Waldenbrooks, Savannah, 1984-1985; teacher kindergarten, Gould Elementary School, Savannah, 1985-1989; teacher kindergarten, Riley Elementary School, Savannah, 1989-1990; lead kindergarten teacher, East Broad Street Elementary School, Savannah, 1991-1992; elementary representative to board education, East Broad Street Elementary School, since 1991.
Christians should commit themselves to pray for personal and national spiritual revival and cultural renewal.
Language of a derogatory nature (with regard to race, nationality, ethnic background, gender, sexuality, and physical differences) does not reflect value for one another and contradicts the Christian teaching.
President Chatham County Republican Women's Club, Savannah, 1985. Member National Education Association, National Association for Education Young Children, Georgia Association for Education Young Children, American Association of University Women (president Savannah branch 1991-1992), Alpha Delta Kappa (pledge chairman 1990-1992).