Dana Taylor, MSW
Dana Taylor has been with The Campagna Center since 2012, currently serving as Director of Building Better Futures (BBF). As the Program Director, she is responsible for all aspects and components of the program, including after school tutoring, peer mentoring, job shadowing, community service and parent engagement activities for students at T.C. Williams High School, primary serving minority, low income, first generation college students. Prior to serving as Director of BBF, Dana was the Director of the Jefferson Houston 21st Century Community Learning Center and was responsible for operating an after school enrichment program, a tutoring program, and a parent engagement program. Prior to employment with The Campagna Center, Dana was employed at Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) of Northern Virginia working with volunteers and community members, advocating on behalf of abused and neglected children. Dana is from the Philadelphia area and received her undergraduate and master’s degree in social work at Virginia Commonwealth University, located in Richmond, VA.