Bronchè Taylor is a California native, born and raised in the greater East Bay. After graduating from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, Bronchè toured the country as a teaching artist, performing in productions at academic institutions that addressed complex social issues and raised awareness and prevention strategies for youth. In 2009 Bronche moved back to the Bay and developed a Performing Arts curriculum for Youth Uprising in East Oakland called “Street Theatre.” In 2015, Bronchè became a part of the “Mack Family” in West Oakland working for Alternatives in Action, managing the day to day operations of the McClymonds Youth and Family Center site. and the Best Buy Teen Tech Center in the role of community program manager. His passion for youth development and community engagement has led him to Aurum Prep Academy where his strengths and expertise are utilized daily to inspire and encourage youth to be their best selves.