Diane N. Taylor is a wife, a mother and an entrepreneur. Originally from upstate New York, Mrs. Taylor has over seven years experience in broadcast journalism in television, radio and newspaper mediums. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Morgan State University and a Master’s in Technical and Professional Communications from East Carolina University.

Mrs. Taylor moved to North Carolina to pursue a career in Public Relations and Public Health in 2002 and met her husband Garrett. Her husband is the founder and CEO of Uplift Comprehensive Services and the Power of U, Inc. a child mental health service that has serviced 18 counties in eastern North Carolina for the last 19 years. After years as a Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Professional Mrs. Taylor added author to her repertoire. Her book A Game of Faith – The Story of Negro League Baseball Player Carl Long in 2013 was the beginning of her business Taylor Made Publishing. Mrs. Taylor is a community advocate motivational speaker and volunteers to serve on numerous boards .  She currently resides in Greenville, NC with her husband Garrett and their two children, Morgan and Garrett M.​​​​​​​