Jemima Taylor (she/her)

Graduate Social Innovator

Working on Gadigal and Bidjigal Land

As a Graduate Social Innovator, Jemima’s role is to support the implementation of the TACSI action areas and strategy.

She joins TACSI part-time while studying a Bachelor of Communications (majoring in Social and Political Sciences and Public Relations) and a Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation at UTS. Jemima has previously done freelance research and work in commercial semiotics and cultural insights, and is excited to explore how this emerging field could be applied to the social sector.

Jemima has dyslexia, which she believes helps her grasp people, situations and ideas quite quickly and see the world in a slightly different way. She’s particularly interested in transdisciplinary systems thinking, co-design and implementation, and the importance of viewing current and future complex challenges through a systems lens. She’s also passionate about seeing resources around systems thinking become more accessible. 

When she’s not working or studying, Jemima loves op shopping, going for walks with friends and pottering around her apartment caring for her indoor plants.


Currently studying a Bachelor of Communications (majoring in Social and Political Sciences and Public Relations) and the Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation at UTS.

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