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Taylor Sienkiewicz

Taylor Sienkiewicz joined the Summit Daily News team as a reporter in 2019. She became the digital engagement editor in 2021. In her current roll, Taylor overseeing the digital distribution of content on the Summit Daily website and social media channels and works to increase readership and reader engagement. She reported the three-part Summit Daily News series, “Prosperity Disparity,” in 2020.

Prior to landing in the high country, Taylor worked as a multimedia journalist for Peterson’s, a Denver-based education management company, where she produced the podcast, “You Have a Cool Job.” With goals to serve the local community and dive further into mountain lifestyle, Taylor made the move to Summit County and hasn’t looked back.

Taylor earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism at the University of Denver in 2018. She minored in business administration, geography and communications. While in school, Taylor served as an intern for the Denver Business Journal, then 303 Magazine. She later became 303 Magazine’s outdoor writer. After graduating from college, Taylor went on several writing adventures, including an internship in Nepal and blogging along a stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail. She returned to Denver in 2018.

Originally from Lincoln, California, a small suburb in the northern foothills of Sacramento, Taylor grew up close to Tahoe where she learned to ski and snowboard. Naturally, she’s kept up her snowboarding habit in Summit County along with several other popular local pastimes, including hiking, backpacking, trail running and biking. Her cat, Luna, is yet to get on board. Taylor also teaches classes at the Frisco fitness studio Barre Forte.

Recent Articles

September 24, 2021 - Summit County real estate sales total $56.6M for last week of July

September 21, 2021 - Weak La Nina in the forecast: Here’s what it means for ski season in Summit County

September 20, 2021 - Vail Resorts announces winter operating plans, which require COVID-19 vaccination of employees and diners at quick-service restaurants

September 20, 2021 - Summit County sees 1st dusting of snow down in town

September 20, 2021 - Forest Service approves Lumberjack chairlift replacement at Copper Mountain Resort as part of Western Territory project

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