Susan K. Taylor
Piedmont Coordinator, Consortium for Resource, Adoptive, and Foster Family Training (CRAFFT) at Radford University
Susan Katherine Taylor has been the Piedmont Coordinator for the Consortium for Resource, Adoptive, and Foster Family Training (CRAFFT) at Radford University since 2011. She has volunteered with Child Care Aware of Virginia for many years, just finishing two terms as President of their Board, believing that all caregivers need to be informed about attachment, trauma, and meeting kids’ needs in a complex world. She has an interdisciplinary bachelor’s degree from Davidson College in Psychology and Sociology and graduated with honors from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she obtained her Master of Science in Child & Family Studies.
She has post-graduate work from The School of Life, where she majors in humor and humility, with minors in love, loss, and letting go – accumulated over 25 years of work with children and their families, and over two decades as a kinship caregiver.