Taylor Carter-Disanto

Baltimore: Deputy Director of Broadband and Digital Equity

Taylor Carter-Disanto (she/her) is a dedicated public servant with a strong background in digital equity and technology policy. As the Deputy Director of Broadband and Digital Equity for the City of Baltimore, she leads the program team’s efforts to close the digital divide, ensuring that all residents have access to the resources they need to thrive in the digital age. Her team’s work has resulted in the City’s first-ever Digital Inclusion Strategy and the establishment of a $5M Digital Equity Fund grant program, providing crucial support for underserved communities

Prior to her work in Baltimore, Taylor was a political appointee in the Biden-Harris Administration’s White House and the U.S. Department of Commerce. At the Department of Commerce, Taylor served at the Minority Business Development Agency, the only federal agency solely dedicated to the growth and global competitiveness of the over 11 million minority business enterprises in the United States. During her time as Deputy Associate Counsel at the White House, she served in the Office of Presidential Personnel, ensuring the highest levels of government looked like and represented the American people.

Before entering government, Taylor was a Senior Vetting Analyst for the Biden-Harris Campaign and Presidential Inaugural Committee, where she conducted in-depth research on all major donors, political and celebrity surrogates. Taylor is also a former summer Fellow at the National LGBTQ+ Bar Association, where she advanced the policy priorities of LGBTQ+ lawyers and law students across the country. Originally from Upstate NY, she graduated with her B.A. from University at Buffalo, and her J.D. and MPA from Syracuse University.