Monica Taylor for Delaware County Council

ABOUT

Passion. Experience. Diligence.

Standing for Delaware County

Dr. Monica Taylor believes in fighting for a new voice for Delaware County. She knows that our communities are strongest when we value economic prosperity while caring for the most vulnerable members of our community. She is ready to serve the people of Delaware County.

  • As a working class candidate, Monica knows the concerns facing communities within Delaware County. Monica is ready to bring your issues and concerns to the table and to be a voice for the people.

  • Monica is committed to creating protections for hardworking families, including equal pay and a livable wage, affordable child care, and paid family leave.

  • Monica is known as a tireless worker, who is committed to improving our local economy, investing in our public schools, and fighting for the middle class.

  • Monica is ready to bring logic, compassion, and reason to policy making in the county, ensuring that an evidence-based approach is used to tackle problems.

Monica comes from a family founded on hard work, perseverance, and service to others. While Delco’s hardworking families are struggling to get ahead, career politicians in Media appear to have lost interest in their constituents’ lives, in creating real jobs, in providing healthcare, and in educating our children.

 

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About me

Dr. Monica Taylor

As a standout on the women’s basketball team at the University of Maine where she earned her Bachelor’s degree, Monica earned the opportunity play professionally in Ireland. While completing her Master’s degree, Monica served as a graduate assistant basketball coach at East Stroudsburg University. She then worked at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point before earning her PhD from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012. Monica is an alumna of the New Leaders Council, an organization working to bring progressive change to government at all levels. Monica lives in Upper Darby with her husband Jason and two daughters, Maya and Zoey.