Michelle A. Taylor, Ed.D
President & CEO
Dr. Michelle Taylor is President and Chief Executive Officer of United Way of Delaware, where she has worked for over 20 years. She is also chief steward of the United Way brand in Salem County, New Jersey.
Michelle leads a staff of 40, and hundreds of volunteers, as United Way implements a statewide strategy to improve third-grade literacy, to ensure young people are prepared to enter college and/or the workforce, and to help thousands of struggling families achieve financial stability. During COVID-19, she
helped raise millions for food, shelter and other human needs, and she worked with other nonprofit leaders to ensure that agencies have the resources they need to support their own operations throughout
Michelle is also working to improve racial equity and social justice in Delaware. She leads the Delaware Racial Equity and Social Justice Collaborative, which includes leaders from 200 grassroots organizations across the state, and she chairs the Community Policing and Engagement Subcommittee of Governor
Carney’s Law Enforcement Accountability Task Force, which is preparing recommendations for improving policing practices in Delaware.
Michelle In the Community
Living Legend Angela Davis
Michelle interviews educator & activist Angela Davis at the Wilmington Public Library.
Black History Month Celebration
Michelle joins Cecilia Vethake, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Manager at AAA Club Alliance to celebrate Black History Month.
National Black Literacy Panel
Michelle, Duane Davis, Jurema Gorham & Julius B. Anthony as they share their love for reading on National Black Literacy Day.
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