I was born and raised in New Jersey but grew up in Spokane after my family made the cross-country move when I was 10. I left town a few years after high school, attended college near Asheville, North Carolina and have spent the last 4 years in Massachusetts. Finding myself called back to Spokane, I moved back to town in November 2019.I
I'm currently pursuing a Master’s of Social Work degree from Eastern Washington University, while working in human services and finding ways to be involved in community organizing. I enjoy playing tennis, ultimate frisbee, disc golf, ping pong, and spending time outside in all seasons. You’ll also find me riding my bicycle as much as possible.
I’ve lived in some form of intentional community all my life (especially if you count the nuclear family home as an intentional community), and beginning in college I have lived in shared homes, prioritizing creating life with others who share common values and ways of life.
This passion for community living and desire to form strong relationship with neighbors is what makes me excited about Haystack Heights. I value open and honest communication, vulnerability, positive attitudes, and humor.
"I look forward to the joy, cost savings, positive environmental impacts, and loving and caring community that co-housing can offer!"
-Jeremy Press Taylor