Workshop Alum Jennifer Taylor-Skinner Published at Today.com
by Writing Workshops Staff
2 months ago
Workshop alum Jennifer Taylor-Skinner has new work published at Today.com. You can read her piece, "Finding a surrogate was hard. I never imagined I’d have to face racism, too," here. Jennifer worked on this piece in Katie Reilly's One-on-One Mentorship Program.
Jennifer Taylor-Skinner is the founder and host of the popular political podcast and website, The Electorette. The Electorette is an award-winning podcast, that has been chosen as “Best Political Podcast” by Teen Vogue Magazine, Parade Magazine, Marie Clare Magazine, Apple Podcasts, among others. The Electorette was invited to attend the 2019 SOTU’s Media Row event by Maxine Waters where Jennifer interviewed politicians like Barbara Lee, Maxine Waters, and Val Demings. Jennifer also worked with the Biden/Harris campaign’s women’s media manager to interview politicians who worked with the campaign on crafting progressive and policy related to women’s issues. Jennifer is a trained classical pianist with a Bachelor of Arts degree in piano performance from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She also minored in Creative Writing, with a concentration on short fiction and poetry, and studied with writers and poets, such as Josip Novakovich, David Lehman, and Yusef Komunyakaa. Learn more here.