Taylor Knuth has lived in Ogden for a total of almost 10 years, having come to Ogden in 2011 to attend Weber State University, graduating in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Musical Theatre. Shortly after graduating, Taylor began work for local area nonprofits focused on community engagement and social services. During this time, he completed his Master of Arts degree in Public Arts Administration in 2018. Recently, Taylor and his husband, Sean, bought a 130 year old Victorian home on Historic 25th street and have slowly been restoring it to its original condition. Taylor is currently the Director of Development for Weber State University's High Impact Educational Experiences, serves on many local boards and commissions including, the Emergency Food and Shelter Program, Ogden Musical Theatre, and the Planned Parenthood of Utah Board of Directors. In addition, Taylor is completing his first year as a doctoral (Ph.D.) student at the University of Utah in the Education, Culture, & Society Department. Taylor hopes to focus his dissertation research on Queer Theory, Critical Race Theory, and Racial Battle Fatigue.