Taylor B. Living Memoirs Interview


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Taylor shared her time at Riverside Farms in Zambia as a teacher and later as a dental assistant. She told of her transformative experience and how her student mission year led her to her current career path.

Zambia is a land-locked country in south-central Africa located on a high plateau. The most commonly spoken languages include the Bantu languages of the Niger-Congo language family, but English is the official language of the government and is used for education, commerce, and law. Zambia is known for one-third of the country being national parks and for containing Victoria Falls.

Williams, Geoffrey J. , Hobson, Richard Hamilton and Roberts, Andrew D.. "Zambia". Encyclopedia Britannica, 2 Nov. 2023, https://www.britannica.com/place/Zambia. Accessed 2 November 2023.

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