Dr. Dana Taylor received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1986 and joined Dr. Berger the following year. Dr. Taylor is certified in Therapeutic Ocular Disease and completed her Fellowship from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development in 1993. Her fellowship training coupled with 29 years of experience allows her to treat her patients’ individual needs. Working with children to develop their vision and enhance their academic performance continues to be very rewarding to Dr. Taylor. She is a member of the following organizations:
- College of Optometrists in Vision Development – previous State Director
- Clinical Director of the Special Olympics Lions Club International Opening Eyes
- InfantSee Program – Previous State Director for the InfantSEE program
- Maryland Optometric Association
- American Optometric Association
- Developmental Delay Resources
- Special Olympics
Dr. Taylor served as the Clinical Director of the Special Olympics Lions Club International Opening Eyes program for the Special Olympics in Maryland (2013-2017). She has also served as a state director for Vision USA (a charitable optometric program), and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD), as well as a member of the COVD peer mentor committee. Further involvement of her time and skills to the community includes: providing eye exams for Baltimore City children, examining Special Olympic athletes, and giving presentations on vision development, career development, and other related topics.
Dr. Taylor has two grown children. In her free time, she volunteers at her church and enjoys playing golf.