BJ (Vind), MEd (MSVU), PhD (Clark Atlanta)
Wanda Taylor is an author, social worker and filmmaker. She writes fiction and non-fiction, and has written articles for various magazines, including Atlantic Books Today. In the past, Wanda served as coordinator for the Atlantic Book Awards and Festival. She also previously served as an education consultant for organizations such as the Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) and a facilitator for NSCC’s Women Unlimited, a program for women entering male dominated trades and technology fields. Wanda currently works as an acquisitions editor for a small publishing company, and recently completed a term as the mentor apprentice for King’s MFA in Creative Nonfiction Program. She has won awards for her work, including the Women of Excellence Award for Arts and Culture. Her latest non-fiction book, It’s Our Time: A History of the Preston Township (Nimbus), will be released July 2019.