Dr. Angela Clark-Taylor is a feminist scholar-practitioner with 15 years experience in community-based agencies and higher education. Currently she serves as the Director of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women at Case Western Reserve University. Previously she served as the Director of the Center for Women & Gender Equity and Founding Director of the Violence Prevention Center at Bowling Green State University; Visiting Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Counseling at the University of Redlands; and Program Manager of the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at the University of Rochester.
Dr. Clark-Taylor’s efforts to provide resources and support to the higher education and local community is driven by her fidelity to empower women and create a community that is committed to gender equity so that individuals of all gender identities have the access, opportunity, and resources to determine the course of their own lives. In addition to her formal role at the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, she serves as State Membership Chair for the American Association of University Women Ohio; Scholarships Chair of the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders; and a board member of the NASPA Journal About Women and Gender in Higher Education.
Dr. Clark-Taylor’s research centers on the relationship between three intersecting foci: the impact of gender-based trauma on individuals and systems; critical feminist theories contribution to community engagement for social change; and expanding the use of interdisciplinary feminist epistemologies and methodologies through community-based research. Her scholarship has been recognized by the American Education Research Association committee for Research on Women and has been published in the Journal for Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, Violence Against Women, and the NASPA Journal About Women and Gender in Higher Education.