My name is Taylor Huntley and I identify as a Black millennial mother, a wife, a community birth worker and advocate for accessible and affordable childcare.
I was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX and am currently raising my two sons with my high school sweetheart in Austin, TX. Our goal is to raise compassionate and creative children who understand consent.
I am the creative founder of Mama Mangos Care, a platform for millennial motherhood and ancestral spiritual practices. From this platform grew the Austin Community Childcare Scholarship, our goal is to provide financial childcare assistance for local families. Learn more here!
I believe Black womxn thrive when supported by Black birthworkers and Black community advocates. This ideal lead me to my full-time work where I am a Program Coordinator for a local reproductive justice non-profit that centers womxn of color. I am also a trained birth companion, postpartum doula and lactation educator. My lifework centers around supporting Black womxn and their families wholistically. I love that my full-time work and life work both align with my beliefs.
I hope to support my Austin community and hold space for Black mothers and parents. this is only the beginning!