Fasaha M. Traylor is the author of "They Carried Us: The Social Impact of Philadelphia’s Black Women Leaders." The book was published in 2020.
Ms. Traylor also founded and directed an independent school, administered a program to link resources of a local university with community needs, served on the board of a national human rights group, and chaired the boards of a child advocacy and a grant makers organization. She is a 22-year veteran of philanthropy and now a principal of Lift Every Voice, LLC. She was awarded a National Science Foundation fellowship, the Art Peters Memorial Fellowship (journalism) and the Temple University Urban Fellowship.
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