Taylor Johnson is a 24-year-old social media enthusiast and journalist from the Washington D.C. area. In  2011, Taylor attended the University of Maryland where she received her degree in broadcast journalism.

Taylor has had opportunities to see her work published in popular entertainment and lifestyle outlets such as, xoNecole, TheFabEmpire, Sister 2 Sister, and Modern Luxury DC. These experiences afforded her the opportunity to interview subjects such as Jeremih, Corbin Bleu, Kevin McCall and the cast of the Real Housewives of Potomac.

In January of 2017, Taylor collaborated with Niccara Campbell and Antoinette Childs to create The Remedy Podcast. The Remedy is a weekly show that covers current events, lifestyle topics, and inspiration. They have featured notable guests such as Maxine Waters and Chelsea Williams. In addition, the show was recently spotlighted on the popular Podcasts in Color website. 

In 7th grade, Taylor first learned her love for journalism when she anchored the morning announcements on a daily basis. In high school she went on to become editor-in-chief of the newspaper Words 4 the Wise and ultimately achieved her goal of becoming an alumna of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at University of Maryland.

What is most important about Taylor and her career goals is her firm faith in Jesus Christ. As a teenager, Taylor discovered her Christian faith and made it her driving force. It is her goal to use her passion for journalism and evangelism to represent and advocate for Christians who have been called to the media industry as well as creating a voice for the voiceless in every story that she tells. Not only that, but she hopes to be an example of Christ to all those who see and hear her through the airwaves. 

Currently, Taylor is residing in Lynchburg, Virginia where she is working as a digital content producer for WSET-TV, the local ABC News affiliate. In addition, Taylor recently launched Zealous Conversations, which is a devotional podcast dedicated to shining the light and setting the standard for Christ. In her work she strives to embody her mantra of living successful, stylish, and saved.