Taylor L. Broadbent, Cherokee Nation
University of Oklahoma-Norman
Tribal Public Policy
Taylor Broadbent is a rising senior at the University of Oklahoma majoring in Constitutional studies with minors in Latin and Native American studies. Taylor is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and originally from Moore, Oklahoma. On-campus Taylor is involved in the Student Government Association and is a Civic Engagement Fellow for the Carl Albert Congressional Research Center. Taylor serves as President of the Constitutional Studies Student Association and Parliamentarian of Eta Sigma Phi Classical Honor Society. Taylor also serves as the Speaker Pro-Tempore of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature. Off-Campus Taylor works for the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs and previously worked as a congressional intern for Congressman Markwayne Mullin.