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About Supervisor Taylor
Sequanna Taylor has a true passion for her community. With several years of experience working with her community in Milwaukee, she is elated to have been elected as the 2nd District County Supervisor and will take this opportunity to relentlessly work hard to get results.
Making changes in our neighborhoods started long before she came into official office. Having the chance now to be able to implement new ideas and solutions is very exciting. Understanding that together change will happen, one day at a time, enhancing our community is Sequanna's number one priority.
Holding this seat is important to Supervisor Taylor because the city, county and their residents have always been important to her. Despite challenges that the board has faced related to time and salary, she believes that County Supervisors still have the ability to be change agents for the betterment of Milwaukee County families. She believes the County can continue to do great work and make effective changes in our community even in a transitional state. She knows it will take a lot of hard work but she is committed to the process.
Sequanna Taylor's recent experience and community involvement include:
- CEO, Open Arms Inc.
- Parent Engagement Specialist, MPS
- President of the Milwaukee Educational Assistant Association
- Executive Board Member of Milwaukee Teachers Education Association
- National Education Association (NEA) Board of Director
- Ordained Missionary of COGIC
- Wisconsin County Association Board
As the 2nd District County Supervisor, she will continue to fight for the community, parents and constituents at large to determine what is right for our county. She is a voice for our community and knows that together we can move our county forward.
Supervisor Taylor serves as Vice Chair of the Health and Human Needs Committee, and as a member of the Finance and Audit Committee and the Personnel Committee.
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As part of Milwaukee County’s ongoing work to achieve racial equity, the Black Caucus of the Board of Supervisors is developing a set of policy proposals to dismantle systemic racism, improve accountability for law enforcement, and provide necessary services to the public. The Black Caucus released the following statement today regarding their policy ideas and the protests related to the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers.
Supervisor Sequanna Taylor expressed her support Tuesday for the Milwaukee youth selected by the Milwaukee Art Museum to be a part of the Teen ArtXpress program. The youth created several murals with the theme of family separation, which were then applied to the exterior of a Milwaukee County bus.
In observation of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Supervisor Sequanna Taylor presented three women who work as breast cancer awareness advocates or domestic violence awareness advocates with citations recognizing their accomplishments at today's meeting of the Board of Supervisors.
County Supervisors Willie Johnson, Jr., and Sequanna Taylor recognized seven Milwaukee County bus operators Thursday for coming to the aid of vulnerable young children they encountered while driving their route.
The Finance Committee recommended adoption of an amendment to the 2020 Milwaukee County Budget, offered today by Supervisor Sequanna Taylor, that would require training in trauma sensitive communication for client service staff in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
Supervisor Taylor Congratulates Candidates on Election Victories
An amendment to the 2020 county budget approved today by the Finance Committee includes funding to provide emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence experiencing homelessness, a measure proposed by Supervisor Sequanna Taylor.
The Milwaukee County Board unanimously adopted Supervisor Sequanna Taylor's resolution calling for the Wisconsin Legislature to reform and expand upon current expungement laws by adopting several recommendations of the Wisconsin Policy Forum.
The Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted a resolution from Supervisor Sequanna Taylor Thursday calling for the restoration of voting rights for people on probation and parole in Wisconsin.
County Supervisor Sequanna Taylor is calling for stepped up HIV/AIDS awareness, outreach, and prevention efforts in the wake of a spike in cases in Milwaukee.
Supervisor Sequanna Taylor is calling for Milwaukee County government to support the restoration of voting rights for people on probation and parole in Wisconsin.
Supervisor Sequanna Taylor is calling for reform of laws and practices relating to the sealing of criminal records that make it difficult for people to obtain employment and pursue opportunities to provide for themselves and their families.
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