It's clear some people are put on this planet to help others, in an unselfish and sincere way. A way that includes the essence of who they are. It would be difficult to find a woman who embodies that positive spirit more than the public speaker and educator Nikki Shaun Taylor.
Taylor is a woman who has devoted her considerable abilities to bringing awareness to the importance of education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and as well as teaching people how to "communicate from the inside out".
In May of 1997, Taylor earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations from Grambling State University.
In January of 2017, Nikki completed her studies at the University of Phoenix, earning a Master's in Business Administration. Nikki is also the Vice President of the Detroit HBCU Network where she works tirelessly to educate parents and students on the significance and importance of education at historically black colleges and universities.
She also serves as the President of her alma mater (Grambling State University) local alumni chapter.
"Education and communication are one and the same. You won't get far in this life if you lack the knowledge and the ability to communicate what you want."