Founder & Director, Maternal & Infant Health Consulting
Taylor M. Snyder, MPH, is the Founder & Director of Maternal & Infant Health Consulting (M&IHC). M&IHC is a social justice consulting firm whose mission is to bridge the gap between global health research and implementation. To achieve that mission, we focus our work on research, facilitation, and communications in the areas of nutrition, reproductive health, and community health. Taylor has over 16 years of experience working in global maternal and child health and nutrition. Taylor is highly skilled at conducting research, facilitating in-person and remote meetings, and executing communications projects. She focuses on meeting clients' needs by matching them with skilled Independent Contractors. Taylor serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Planned Parenthood Association of Utah (PPAU). She is the recipient of the 2018 WAKE Tech2Empower Award and the US Government’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau Leadership Trainee Award.
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