Tina Taylor

Tina Taylor


Associate Dean


CPSE, Deans

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Office: 301 MCKB

Phone: 801-422-5045

Email: tina_taylor@byu.edu

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Tina M. Taylor, Ed.D., is a professor and associate dean in the McKay School of Education at Brigham Young University. Dr. Taylor earned her doctoral, masters, and undergraduate degrees at Illinois State University, Utah State University, and Brigham Young University, respectively. Dr. Taylor has worked with individuals with disabilities and their families since 1986 as a special educator, consultant, professor, and administrator. She has received numerous awards including the Council for Exceptional Children’s Burton Blatt Humanitarian Award and the Autism Society of America’s Autism Professional of the Year award.

Her academic interests include the adaptation of families raising children with disabilities and chronic conditions, children’s literature that includes characters with disabilities, and provision of appropriate services to students with disabilities. She has authored over 50 book chapters and refereed articles and has made over 180 professional presentations on topics related to students with disabilities. Dr. Taylor has co-authored several books, including the upcoming edition of IEPs: Writing Quality Individualized Education Programs (2021). She is the founder and executive director of The Foundation for Enriching Families with Disabilities and the co-founder and facilitator of Sibshops of Utah County.

Tina enjoys spending time with family and friends -- in the outdoors, playing games, and attending arts events.