Fellowship Presented By
Dr. Taylor Robinson
NREI Social Justice Fellow
Area of Discipline: Child Welfare
Office Placement: NREI Rotation
Dr. Taylor Robinson is a Texas native, born and raised in Houston, TX. As a Sam Houston State University graduate, Taylor earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, minoring in Forensic Science, Master of Science in Victim Services Management, and Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice with a focus in Victimology. Taylor is passionate about servicing others through community service, mentorship, and victim/survivor advocacy. While at Sam Houston State, she served in the Criminal Justice Graduate Student Organization, volunteered through the Greater Houston Area with agencies to assist victims of crime, and mentored undergraduate and graduate students through college, supporting personal and academic aspirations. Taylor also conducted victimology research producing fact sheets and technical reports while working for the Crime Victims’ Institute. Taylor has spoken on panels, moderated webinars, and podcast series, and presented at conferences on preventing violence against women. Taylor’s high ambitions post-CBCF fellowships include becoming a Policy Analyst or Research Associate in the private sector focusing on Crime and Justice.