Taylor Mobley provides support to the Black Mothers’ Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA) team as the Program Coordinator. She has a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Sciences from Michigan State University, with a concentration in Health and Society, cognate in Anthropology, and a minor in Women’s Studies. While at Michigan State, she worked in the Financial Aid office. She went on to contribute her skills as well as her passion for serving women as a Pregnancy Support Inter at Mater Domini House in Cape Town, South Africa. Taylor was a Data Entry Clerk with the Robert Half Office Team while accompanying and assisting an obstetrician/gynecologist and a midwife in pelvic exams and labor and delivery as a Women’s Health and Birth Shadow. After almost two years serving individuals with mental and physical disabilities as a Claims Specialist, Taylor joined BMBFA, combining her heart for people with her proficiency as an administrative professional in an area of her passion.