Communicator, Advocate, Partnership & Coalition Builder
Taylor Lustig served in the White House from age twenty-two to age twenty-six, most recently as a Policy Advisor for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, part of the Domestic Policy Council. Her work focused on community engagement and domestic and international policy issues of concern to the faith community, interfaith dialogue, and church-state policy. She previously served as a Policy Assistant in the same office. After the White House, Taylor moved over to the Department of Labor, where she served as a political appointee in the Secretary’s Office of Public Engagement until the end of the Administration. Originally from Deerfield, Illinois, she holds a dual bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology from the University of Texas at Austin (hook ’em!). Taylor is currently a Manager of Government and External Affairs at PepsiCo.