Staff Spotlights: Meet Taylor Anderson and Molly Shoulders

Taylor Anderson and Molly Shoulders

My name is Taylor Anderson, and I am the new School Counselor at Empower Generations. I cannot wait to get to know all of you. I love being outdoors — hiking, going to the beach, or playing sports. I have two dogs and three cats, so I am a huge animal lover. I also love to read, so if any of you have a good book in mind, please share so I can enjoy it during this quarantine.

At Empower Generations/Innovation Studios, I look forward to meeting and developing relationships with the learners and becoming part of the EG/IS family. I am here because I have a passion for helping learners be successful academically and socially/emotionally.

I will be doing a Lunch Bunch group on Tuesday afternoons from noon to 1:00 p.m. Please email me for the Zoom link. I look forward to meeting you! Email: taylor.anderson@empowergenerations.org.

My name is Molly Shoulders, and I am the Education Specialist at Empower Generations/Innovation Studios. My driving force in life is to make an impact, and being a special education teacher provides me with a powerful platform to potentially leave a lasting impact on the lives of learners. For the last eight years, I have been working with students from all different backgrounds and ranging in age from preschool to high school. I received my bachelor’s and master’s degree in special education from Grand Canyon University. Outside the classroom, my hobbies and interests consist of traveling, spending time with family, listening to podcasts, watching sports, and enjoying a good movie with popcorn. Email: molly.shoulders@empowergenerations.org.


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