About the Company:
Heather Taylor Media offers clients expertise in the following areas: writing and editing; radio/Internet/television; consulting
Writing and Editing
Heather Taylor has spent more than fifteen years as a writer and editor. Her work has been published in such publications as the Washington Post, Family Fun Magazine, Fodor’s Travel Guide to DC, SCORE.org and the AARP Blog. Heather is also author of the book, Where the Trains are! Wonderful North American Train Attractions for Kids of All Ages.
Between 2005 and 2008, Heather hosted and produced weekly, hour long radio programs, The Heather Taylor Show, Boomer Radio in the Nation’s Capital and the current affairs show, American Odyssey. In January, 2009 she launched Money Matters and More, a radio show and Internet site focused on careers and entrepreneurship. Currently, Heather works as a freelance radio producer and contributes to public radio station WAMU-FM’s weekly radio magazine, Metro Connection. Heather has also served as an expert on Boomer lifestyle topics, on CBS affiliate WUSA Channel 9 and at ABC affiliate News Channel 8, both in the Washington, DC region.
Smithsonian Institution Consultant
Since 2008, Heather has served as a guest host, presenter and interviewer for Smithsonian Institution public programs. Her projects have included interviews and presentations during the Air and Space Museum family day program, which featured an astronaut Q&A, and presentation of a panel of former Tuskegee Airmen. In honor of Women’s Heritage Month at the Center or Education and Museum Studies, Heather interviewed an award-winning filmmaker and author. Currently, Heather serves as a public program host and presenter, writer, editor and interviewer for the Smithsonian Institution’s nineteenth and newest museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
How to reach Heather:
Phone: (202) 365-4714