Federal Policy Manager
Taylor Mann is an ocean advocate who works at the federal level to generate scientifically sound solutions to the growing plastic pollution crisis.
In her former roles, Taylor worked on numerous international and domestic policy issues related to wildlife trafficking, exotic animals in captivity, species conservation, and habitat protection. Taylor’s passion for ocean issues stems from her love of marine species and the interconnected nature of this policy area. From public health to environmental justice, plastic pollution’s impacts dramatically influence a variety of other issue areas.
Taylor received her Bachelor of Arts from Boston University and her Juris Doctor from Lewis & Clark Law School with a certificate in Animal Law.