Daya Irene Taylor, Ph.D., RA
Daya Irene Taylor is a registered architect in the State of Florida. She received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from Florida A&M University before attending Clemson University to gain a Master of Architecture degree. Additionally, she earned Ph.D. from Alabama State University with a focus of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Law. In the last decade, her career in architecture and design education has included serving as Interim Dean of the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science at Tuskegee University, Adjunct Lecturer of Design at the University of Florida, and contributing her architectural design expertise to the Central Florida built environment as a Project Architect for select architectural firms and, currently, as a Project Manager for Orange County Public Schools, the ninth largest school district in the United States. She enjoys quality time with her husband, Clarence III, and their three young children: Olivia, Clarence “IV,” and Benji.