Dana Taylor

Instructor of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Armstrong Campus-Armstrong Center, Suite 217
(912) 344-2969
Dana.Taylor@armstrong.edu

Degrees

  • Ed.D., Argosy University
  • M.A., Argosy University
  • M.S.Ed., Duquesne University
  • B.S.Ed., Edinboro University

Teaching, Clinical and Scholarship Interest:

  • Interpreter for the Deaf
  • Licensed Professional Counselor/ Practicing psychotherapist
  • American Sign Language
  • Human Development
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Psychology and the lifespan
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Counseling

Biography

Dana L. Taylor has served over 40 years as an Interpreter for the Deaf which led to a former post as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf with the Georgia Department of Labor and curriculum developer of college level interpreting training programs.  Along with corporate; educational; governmental; arts; entertainment; faith-based; medical, and legal interpreting, she has interpreted for notable individuals such as President Barack Obama; Vice President Joe Biden; Ted Turner; Ellen DeGeneres; Whoopi Goldberg, and Governor Rockefeller, to name a few. Dr. Taylor was instrumental in establishing Close Caption for the Oprah Winfrey Show in the late 1980’s.

Last updated: 12/4/2017

Department of Rehabilitation Sciences • 11935 Abercorn Street Armstrong Center, Suite 217, Savannah, GA 31419