Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.—Educational Leadership) - 2021 - University of the Cumberlands
Master of Education (M.A.T.—Instructional Leadership—Principal) - 2016 - University of the Cumberlands
Master of Education (M.Ed.—Learning & Behavior Disorders) - 2014 - University of the Cumberlands
Bachelor of Science (B.S.—Elementary Education) - 2010 - Murray State University
Dr. Taylor Utley is an Adjunct professor with the University of the Cumberlands and the University of Louisville. She is also a full-time Instructional Lead for the Jefferson County Public Schools where she works in the Department of Diversity, Equity, & Poverty.
Dr. Utley began her career in Education in 2011, teaching 5th grade Social Studies in Hopkinsville, Ky. After moving to Jefferson County, she went on to continue teaching 5th grade Social Stu7dies, Science, and Writing. Later she became a resource teacher for K-5 Exceptional Child Education. In 2018, she was a Behavior Coach and by 2019 she was a resource teacher in the Department of Diversity, Equity, & Poverty. Her current title in Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) is Diversity, Equity, & Poverty Instructional Lead.
Dr. Utley has two Pomeranians and enjoys reading and traveling.