Diversity reboot

Kenisha Taylor (She/Her)
Kenisha Taylor (She/Her)
Summit Speaker

Success Advisor at 2U and ARN Treasurer

Kenisha Taylor (She/Her/Hers), a Success Advisor at 2U, lives by the motto: “Be the change you wish to see in the world”-Ghandi. She is grounded in always seeking to be a part of the creation of community spaces where people of all backgrounds can flourish. Her passion for adult education and community engagement has led her through multiple levels in the nonprofit industry before starting her own nonprofit, Life’s Fullness, inc. Life’s Fullness’ is committed to providing conferences centered on growth and community engagement to impact how women and girls develop spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being. Navigating her own diagnosis with Linear Scleroderma, Kenisha’s work with St. Coletta of Greater Washington, Academy of Hope Public Charter School and the Washington Literacy Center in Washington, DC inspires her continual pursuit of a culture of equity in educational and professional spaces for minority, low-income and/or individuals with disabilities. As a leader in education, nonprofits, and technology, Kenisha Taylor delivers high-quality support to adults in educational environments at scale. Currently, she serves as the Treasurer of the Ability Resource Network (ARN) at 2U, collaborating with other members of the leadership to magnify and advocate for the needs of employees with diverse abilities globally, while providing educational and supportive resources and events. Kenisha received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Frostburg State University and Masters in Administration from Trinity Washington University.