The Campus Chronicle

The Campus Chronicle,
an online newspaper
for University of West Georgia faculty and
staff, is the official
source for news and information to all members of the campus community.


Taylor Bryant

Taylor Bryant is UWG.Years at UWG: None. It’s only been about 6 months.

My job title: Communications Specialist.

What I really do: Share with the media all of the greatness going on at UWG through press releases and human interest stories  .

Birthplace: Atlanta, GA.

Family: An amazing husband, Hylan. No kids yet, but it’s definitely a part of the plan. My parents, grandparents, godmother, sister and aunts are all rock stars in my life.

People describe me as: Outgoing, creative, stubborn and passionate.

My favorite things to do: Travel, spa days, dance, horseback riding, zip lining and finding ways to better myself in an effort to better others.

My proudest accomplishment: Learning how to be myself regardless of how uncomfortable it may be in some situations.

My passion: Helping and motivating others.

My pet peeve: Liars and broken promises.

Before UWG, I: Was a radio talk show host, news reporter and on-air traffic reporter for the top three stations in Montgomery, Ala.

I joined UWG because: It feels like a home away from home.

I stay because: The ladies in my office make me laugh at least twice a day and since I believe laughter is the best medicine that definitely makes the job that much better.   

The best advice I ever received: Don’t worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself.

When I was a child, I wanted to be: A television news reporter. I always thought I could be the next Monica Kaufman at Channel 2. 

Most people don't know that: I would love to be a motivational speaker.

My favorite quotation: “I don’t give because I have, I have because I give.”

The book I think everyone should read: The Bible.

The movie I think everyone should watch: The Pursuit of Happyness.

My favorite memory: Spending time with my Grandfather (Taylor) is always unforgettable and priceless. He’s wise and entertaining at the same time.

The person (alive or dead) I’d most like to meet: Oprah Winfrey.

What I would most like to have if castaway on an island: Music on my iPod.

What I would do if I won the lottery: Start a foundation that focuses on college retention with African American males and first generation students. Of course I have to pay bills, take care of parents and a big trip—you know, all the basics.

What I most want to contribute to students: A sense of hope that all things are possible if they believe.

Although you didn’t ask, I’d like to tell you anyway: I aim to drink a gallon of water a day. At least 74 ounces, if I don’t make a gallon.