Felicia Taylor, Five-time Emmy Award-nominee, is a communications professional with 25-years of experience in broadcast journalism and media production who served as an on- and off-air anchor, correspondent, talk show host and producer for global business and finance with major media outlets including CNN, CNBC and Financial Times TV. Her current project involves serving as executive producer of The Holy Goats, a documentary film chronicling the social impact of climate change in Senegal. Honorary chair of Mary Rubloff Harmony House and a member of the board of advisors for The Brooklyn Museum, she also serves on the advisory committee for the Hope for Depression Research Fund and is president of the Taylor Foundation, her family’s charitable foundation. She received a bachelor’s degree in communications from Northwestern University.
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