Health Equity Coalition Delegate
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Taylor Bostic (she/her) is an Infectious Disease Epidemiology ORISE Fellow with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Prior to moving to Colorado, she received her Master’s in Public Health from Eastern Virginia Medical School. In her position, she focuses on the intersections of health equity and the impact of communicable disease burden in minority populations and pregnant women.
Taylor is passionate about education, mentorship, and uplifting underserved communities. She has been inducted into Delta Omega’s Honorary Society of Public Health for her dedication to the field and recognizable impact at her university and within her community. She also serves as an American Heart Association Aligned Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor and looks forward to working as the new Health Equity delegate.