41 min

E21. Life Next to A Million Tons of Feces w/ Ariana Taylor The Research Her

    • Alternative Health

Listen to how Ariana Taylor, J. D. went from dropping out of a masters program to graduating #5 from her law school class.
 
Ariana Taylor is a 2015 graduate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in communication, with a minor in African American History and a pre-law concentration. Ariana graduated from Howard University School of Law where she pursued her Juris Doctorate.
 
Ariana was a member of the Howard Human & Civil Rights Law Review and Chief of Staff for the Student Bar Association. Ariana also volunteers for several community organizations that focus on improving educational, economic and health resources for children in low-income neighborhoods. Her research involves a legal analysis of North Carolina's house bill 467 and addresses the issue of people living near pig farms where feces are traveling in via air to the nearby homes.
 
Connect with her:
Instagram: @arimilan
LinkedIn: Ariana Taylor
 
Connect with me:
Website: TheResearchHer.com
Instagram: @TheResearchHer
Twitter: @TheResearchHer -
Facebook: @TheResearchHer
 
Ways to subscribe to The Research Her podcast
Google
Apple
Stitcher
Spotify
RSS feed
 
Have feedback?
Download the FREE "The Research Her" APP on iOS and Android (to directly send feedback)
Email HitUsUp@TheResearchHer.com

Listen to how Ariana Taylor, J. D. went from dropping out of a masters program to graduating #5 from her law school class.
 
Ariana Taylor is a 2015 graduate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in communication, with a minor in African American History and a pre-law concentration. Ariana graduated from Howard University School of Law where she pursued her Juris Doctorate.
 
Ariana was a member of the Howard Human & Civil Rights Law Review and Chief of Staff for the Student Bar Association. Ariana also volunteers for several community organizations that focus on improving educational, economic and health resources for children in low-income neighborhoods. Her research involves a legal analysis of North Carolina's house bill 467 and addresses the issue of people living near pig farms where feces are traveling in via air to the nearby homes.
 
Connect with her:
Instagram: @arimilan
LinkedIn: Ariana Taylor
 
Connect with me:
Website: TheResearchHer.com
Instagram: @TheResearchHer
Twitter: @TheResearchHer -
Facebook: @TheResearchHer
 
Ways to subscribe to The Research Her podcast
Google
Apple
Stitcher
Spotify
RSS feed
 
Have feedback?
Download the FREE "The Research Her" APP on iOS and Android (to directly send feedback)
Email HitUsUp@TheResearchHer.com

41 min

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