Ron Taylor Obituary, Death – We are writing to inform you, my dear friends and colleagues, that Professor Ron Taylor has passed away. We are writing to share the sad news with you. We am telling you this information with a heavy heart because We know it will upset you. It is an enormous honor to have Professor Taylor assume a role in our teaching team here at SCA because we consider him to be one of the more recent members who have joined our SCA family.
After having a successful career as a writer and television producer, he decided to deepen his study in the profession by enrolling at the School of Cinematic Arts in the spring of 2021. In addition to his leadership responsibilities at Sony, Disney, Warner Bros., and Fox, where he served as Vice President of Diverse Programming and lobbied for the hiring of diverse creative talent, he was one of the founding executives of the television network UPN. In this role, he advocated for the hiring of creative talent from a variety of backgrounds.
In this capacity, he campaigned for the recruitment of creative talent hailing from a wide range of different origins. In addition, he wrote the screenplay for the movie Brothers of the Borderland, which was screened at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. This venue is located in the state of Ohio. The state of Ohio is home to this facility’s physical location.
During his time at the SCA, he was a member of the John Wells Division of Writing for Screen and Television, he worked as a teacher for the Stark program, and he acted as a mentor for graduate students who were participating in the diversity workshop. He joined almost immediately after we invited him to do so, and he demonstrated an unwavering dedication to the cause of helping to ensure that everyone who joins our community feels as comfortable and at home as is physically possible to ensure that everyone who joins our community feels as comfortable and at home as is physically possible.