MEET BROOK TAYLOR
New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
My name is Brook Taylor, and I am running for Zone 4 NSD Trustee. It is my intention that by the time you finish reading this, you have a greater understanding of who I am, what my values are, and the reasons why I have decided to run.
I am a mother, sister, daughter, partner, friend, neighbor, volunteer, business owner, and most importantly, a servant of Christ running for the school board. I am a 3rd generation Idahoan and 3rd generation NHS Alumni. I am blessed to have still many close friends who attended NSD with me… and a box full of memories that never let us forget just how crazy adolescence can be!
Becoming a mother changed my life. You will often hear me saying that I came alive with the birth of my first son because it was a love I had never known. My children are my purpose. I genuinely believe that our children are the single most valuable treasure on Earth. My family and I understand how important it is to build a foundation for all of our children. My family and I greatly appreciate all of our teachers and the never-ending hard work teachers put in educating our children.
My family and I are very active within the NSD and always willing to lend a helping hand in whatever capacity is needed. Our family is a big supporter of athletics and arts. We are always eager to donate to kids inside and outside of our district. I have been a booster for the last five years, and last year I was president of the project graduation. All of us are fully aware of how crazy and unsettling the previous year and a half has been for our community and children. During this time, I realized there needed to be a constructive outlet for parents and teachers to voice their concerns, emotions, and frustrations. I created a Facebook Group of Nampa parents and teachers with over 1100 active members.
I am a small business owner, and community is a core value of my business. Before I thought of running for this seat, my commitment to this community has always been a priority. I was taught that community needs to be cultivated. To be a local small business owner truly means to be in service of your community and its people. When people say… “I love it here.” “People are so welcoming!” “My family just moved here, and it is amazing…” I say, “I know because WE ARE NAMPA!” I pride myself on being part of what makes our community great. It is not only a choice but a reflection of my values.
One of my goals is to run a transparent campaign that speaks life into our community. I understand that this community belongs to all of us who live and work in it. I have tremendous respect and love for Nampa and its people. I know how important TRUST is in the political atmosphere. I understand how critical personal choices can be for families from all backgrounds, walks of life, and beliefs. More importantly, I respect it!