Taylor Stamp is a student at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She graduated from Southwestern Christian University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Intercultural Studies and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Biblical Studies. During her undergraduate career, Taylor held many leadership positions, including being a Resident’s Assistant and president of both academic and social student organizations. Taylor organized a wide range of campus-wide events, including a Faith and Science Thought Forum in 2016 and a philanthropy event in 2017. In 2018, Taylor was inducted into Theta Alpha Kappa, a national honor society recognizing academic excellence in religious studies. She was also recognized by “Who’s Who Among Students at American Universities,” which is given to undergraduate seniors based on their leadership ability, community service, and involvement in extracurricular activities.
Upon graduation, Taylor pursued her passions of community service and multiculturalism by spending a year travelling and volunteering internationally. She served in a different country each month for a year, spanning three continents, and seeing fifteen countries in total—Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Canada, Malawi, Zambia, Eswatini, South Africa, Botswana, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Some of her experiences include helping underprivileged individuals start and market small businesses in Jaco, Costa Rica; working with an orphan meal program in Manzini, Eswatini; and partnering with an organization that combats human trafficking in Bangkok, Thailand. Taylor also lived in Sungai Petani, Malaysia, during the month of Ramadan, where she taught at a Muslim school for special needs children.
Prior to starting law school, Taylor worked as a child welfare specialist with the state of Oklahoma, providing permanency for children through reunification and adoption. Taylor is also a youth pastor at her church and has spoken in churches all over the world.