Dr. Taylor has 38 years experience in cultural competence training. An immigrant from Jamaica, she holds a Doctor of Education degree in Adult Education and Human Resource Development from Florida International University, and a Master of Arts from Columbia University, NY.
Rosemarie Taylor is a doctoral-prepared professional with over forty years of progressive leadership experience in various health care settings. She has a strong background in cultural competence, workplace learning, and organizational development. Her goal-orientation has led to significant accomplishments resulting in local and national recognition.
An immigrant from Jamaica, Dr. Taylor has been active in the diversity field since 1983, when she developed the first workshop on culture and health for the Jackson Health System. Since then, she has conducted numerous workshops on the topic, and has presented in several local and national conferences. She has also published several articles on cultural competence in national journals, one of which won her an award for “Article of the Year”.
Rosemarie received a Doctor of Education in Adult Education and Human Resource Development from Florida International University in 2007, a Master of Arts from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Lehman College in New York. She has completed several post-graduate intensives on cultural competence. The subject of her dissertation was the supports nurses need from health care organizations in order to deliver culturally competent care.
Doctor Taylor is listed in South Florida’s 100 Most Accomplished Blacks in Health Care and Law, and “Who’s Who in American Nursing". Other awards and recognitions include The Helen Tobin's Writer's Award, “Educator of the Year” award from the University of Phoenix and Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority, and seven Professional Excellence Awards from the Jackson Health System.