Taylor Wells Maberry's passion for the global business of sport is fueled by her experience with the power of sport across countries, cultures, and contexts. It is Taylor’s personal and professional aim to harness the power of sport and to leverage it for individual and cultural good. This conviction, informed by her faith, fuels her mission to utilize the platform of sport to create awareness about global injustices and to develop peaceful solutions,
INVITING ALL PEOPLE TO ADVOCATE ALL PEOPLE.
An avid learner with insatiable curiosity, Taylor is a global citizen who furthers her learning annually through international travel, regularly through self-guided study, and daily through language acquisition.
Taylor has visited more than 20 countries and plans to travel to all 22 subregions of the United Nations' global geoscheme. (9 down, 13 to go!)
Taylor's vision for the future includes lasting peace and prosperity across all peoples, borders, ethnicities, and faiths. She aims to contribute to this lofty goal through continued learning, listening, and truth-seeking; by authoring books on intentional living for Millennials; by founding an organization empowering girls to learn and excel; and by using her personal, educational, and professional platforms to advocate for the marginalized in the world.
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Currently, Taylor works for Major League Soccer as the Senior Coordinator of Player Engagement. In this role, she develops and executes league programs, resources, and events that engage and equip the MLS player population with strategies to succeed in their personal and professional lives.
Taylor is an active member of the Metro New York Chapter of the USNC for UN Women, where she volunteers her time on the Marketing Committee.
Taylor is an evening program J.D. Candidate (2023) at Fordham Law, graduated from La Sierra University with an M.B.A in Marketing, and earned a B.A. in Mass Communication from Concordia University Irvine. She resides in New York City with her husband, Phil, and their chocolate lab, Luna.
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”
— Mark Twain