|Who is it?||Actress|
|Birth Day||July 15, 2003|
|Age||17 YEARS OLD|
|Education||The Bolles School|
|Known for||Advocacy, Science, Philanthropy Astronaut StarBright|
In 2017 she was listed in Teen Vogue's "21 under 21". She was also included in Glamour's "17 Young Women Who Created Real Change In 2017". In April 2017 she spoke at the March for Science, where she said "Science is not a boy’s game, it’s not a girl’s game. It’s everyone’s game". Richardson is determined to visit Mars. She was cast as a "#RealLifePowerpuff" girl by Hulu. She was part of the Lottie Dolls campaign, "Inspired by Real Kids". She featured on the cover of the Girls in Aviation Day September 2017. In October, Richardson's story "Dreaming Big" was the cover story in Scholastic Science World. She is a Generation WOW and W speaker.
In 2018 she raised over $50,000 to send 1,000 students to see the film A Wrinkle in Time. She told Good Morning America she came up with the campaigns because "representation matters". Oprah Winfrey agreed to match her funding, bringing the total to $100,000.
Taylor Richardson attends The Bolles School. Richardson is an aspiring Astronaut, and admires Mae Jemison. She cites Mae Jemison’s book Find Where the Wind Goes, which she read in the third grade, as the source of her interest in space exploration. At the age of nine she attended Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.