Major/MinorPolitical Science / Drama
Taylor J. Frey is the Washington Book Prize Associate and a Quill and Compass Scholar at the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience, an Executive Board Member of the Encouraging Respect of Sexuality Alliance, an Intern in the Office of Student Development, a Member of the College Honor Board, a Student Representative to the Diversity Committee, and a Resident Assistant.
Outside of Washington College, he is a former Small business Owner, Marketing Consultant, and Intern on Nathan Shinagawa’s Congressional Campaign. The recipient of the Washington College First Year Leadership Award, three Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, and six local and national community-service-based scholarships, Mr. Frey was named the Student Government Association’s Senator of the Year in 2014, and declined an Army ROTC scholarship to attend Washington College. An aspiring public servant, he has avidly perused educational programs related leadership and public policy including his time as a Scholar at the National Youth Leadership Forum on National Security through George Mason University, a participant in the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference, and expected study with the Global Leadership ExChange program through Charles University conducted in Rome, Italy.