Taylor Pearson


Taylor C. Pearson is a director at Trident DMG where she specializes in broadcast media, ghost writing, and (social) media strategy. Before joining Trident, Taylor was a booking producer at CBS News and a production assistant at MSNBC. Likewise, during college, Taylor interned for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars’ Africa Program and the late Congressman Elijah E. Cummings on Capitol Hill.

Taylor received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs (previously known as the “Woodrow Wilson School”), with a minor in African American Studies. There, she earned accolades for her work with the Association of Black Women and the Latinos y Amigos student groups as well as for her original reporting on racial discrepancies in time off taken from the university.

During her junior fall, Taylor lived in Paris where she spent the semester studying French history, politics, and media at L’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (colloquially referred to as “Sciences Po”). While abroad, she also independently researched and proposed policy solutions to the Greek economic crisis with a Princeton task force.

Taylor has lived in various states but feels the most at home in the Princeton, NJ, area where she went to boarding school and college. She currently resides in the Northwest Corridor of Washington, D.C., and, in her free time, you can find her at Busboys & Poets’ Open Mic Night or at the DuPont Circle Farmer’s Market.