Taylor Williams is the current Miss Black Teen Maryland US Ambassador and her platform is healthy living and making sound nutritional choices.
“I am encouraged to be an example to my family and reach out to my peers as well,” Williams said. “I enjoy being a positive role model and this pageant has helped me promote a healthy and active lifestyle.”
This is not her first term of responsibility. She became an ambassador of the People to People Organization at 12 as she traveled to Australia. She won the Miss Teen Maryland International pageant at 15; making Top 10 and winning the fitness competition for the Miss Teen International Pageant in 2013. She is a recipient of the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award, as well as the Presidents Challenge Award; under
the Let’s Move Initiative established by First Lady Michelle Obama.
As an advocate for Living a Healthy and Active Lifestyle she encourages all age groups to make healthier nutritional choices and to make exercise part of their daily routine.
“I have partnered with get active Howard County and We Promote Health to promote healthy lifestyles,” Williams said.
She belongs to First Abyssinia Baptist Church in Baltimore, where she assists in the audio ministry. She prepares food at the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore, belongs to the National Honor and Merit Scholars Society and volunteers at the American Heart Association. She regularly spends time with residents at the Genesis Nursing Home.