Angela Taylor is a Health Policy Fellow at the Weitzman Institute. Angela obtained her Master of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC). Prior to joining Weitzman/CHC, Angela interned at Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas in Fort Worth, TX, where she assisted the milk bank in developing its first health equity action plan to ensure equitable distribution and access to donor human milk. She was also a member of the Tarrant County Birth Equity Collaborative, a community member organization seeking to identify strategies to reduce birth inequities in Tarrant County. Angela has also had the opportunity to serve as a graduate research assistant at UNTHSC and worked on a research project with the Episcopal Health Foundation to provide a landscape of reproductive health in Texas. She seeks to improve maternal and child health outcomes, especially among minority women and children, through health policy research and a health equity framework.