Taylor Chambers is a legal fellow on NCYL’s Mental Health team. Chambers works at the intersection of mental health and education and her fellowship focuses on strengthening California schools’ ability to support its students’ social, emotional, mental health, and wellness needs in the midst of the current youth mental health crisis.
Chambers earned her degree from Stanford Law School, where she represented youth on special education and disciplinary matters through Stanford’s Youth and Education Law Project and interned at the ACLU of Northern California and the Office of the County Counsel in Santa Clara County. She received her B.A. from Stanford University where she studied Political Science and History. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Chambers worked in an elementary school serving students with social, emotional and special education needs through an AmeriCorps program and at NCYL as a Program Coordinator on the Compassionate Education Systems team.