Taylor Beckwith (she/her) is the Tobacco Control Programs Manager with Breathe California Sacramento Region where she engages in community education and prevention surrounding the issue of tobacco. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Whittier College and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Public Health through the University of Florida. Taylor’s passion for tobacco control and public health began at a young age when she joined a local youth coalition and then later statewide advocacy boards. While in college, Taylor was able to aid in the drafting and implementation of Whittier College’s Tobacco-Free policy and was an intern with the Compadres for Tobacco-Free LA County Project where she worked on tobacco-free policies at local community colleges. Outside of work and school, Taylor enjoys spending time with her rescue dog Kay, going to play golf, and reading.
What is a nonprofit? How do they work with the community? What is the benefit of partnering with these organizations? Attend this panel to learn best practices of community engagement, the cycle of advocacy and the importance of relationship building across sectors while remaining inclusive and culturally competent. Engaging diverse, non- traditional partners and bringing […]