Hometown: Portland, Oregon
High School: Jesuit High School
Major and Minor: Psychology; Minor in Social Work
Taylor Moscoe graduated from Jesuit High School in Portland, OR. She was a retreat leader, academic tutor, captain of her track and cross country teams, and member of the Green Team Service Club at her school. Taylor was a member of the National Honor Society (NHS) and the Spanish NHS. She was a volunteer with Special Olympics and Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp for people with disabilities, and founded the Not on My Watch Campaign to eliminate the “R-word” and other hurtful terms aimed at disabled people. Taylor also started the Youth Ending Slavery Club where she worked with others to raise awareness and advocate for an end to human trafficking.
Taylor is working toward a BS in Psychology and a Minor in Social Work. She is on the Health and Wellness Crew and serves as the Vice President for the Coalition for Students with Disabilities. She loves Seattle University for the endless opportunities it offers—international, domestic, social, and academic—and the incredible support of the Sullivan Leadership Program. She is truly thankful to be surrounded by such empowering individuals.