Dr. Tiffiney Taylor
Dr. Taylor is a self-motivated, concept-to-execution strategist with a proven record of supervising multi-million-dollar growth initiatives. She designs executive stratagems to increase employee retention and revitalizes underperforming infrastructures by providing scalable, sustainable solutions. Significant experience in fundamental change and improvement to interdepartmental processes and productivity while increasing profitability. She is leveraging more than 20 years of leadership and administrative acumen of human services to implement client-focused directives across disparate, local, and regional communities.
Dr. Taylor is a world traveler, an epicurean, and enjoys spending time with her family, reading, writing, and shopping.
Dr. Taylor holds a Ph.D. from The John Wesley School of Leadership at Carolina University. Her Dissertation Topic: It’s Revival Time: An Examination of Servant Leadership in the African American Church. She received her M.Div. from Northeastern Seminary, her MSW from Roberts Wesleyan College, and her BS from St. John Fisher College.
Joanne has been a life-long advocate for social justice with a career path that included positions in education, child care and community organizing; the latter supporting neighborhood development in Rochester. Joanne had been involved with RocACTS in a volunteer capacity, starting with the campaign to raise childcare subsidies for working families. She has been a member of the Education Task Force ever since. Joanne joined the staff of RocACTS in January of 2019.