City Councilwoman Angie Winton has served as a City Councilwoman since February of 2019 when she was appointed due to a vacancy. She was elected to a new four-year term – her first as an elected official – In November 2021.
Winton has been a resident for over 40 years. She is a 1996 graduate of Taylor Center High School and a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor degree in Business Management.
She currently serves as the chief human resources officer at a non-profit agency that serves seniors. and has over 20 years of experience in HR and business administration. She priorities include a fiscally sound budget, public safety, infrastructure improvements and parks and recreation.
She is mom to Faith and Skylar. During her free time, she enjoys volunteering, attending amusement parks and bowling.
- Taylor City Councilwoman since February of 2019
- Taylor Rotary Board Member & Rotarian
- Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) 2019-current
- Detroit SHRM Member
- Wayne County Women’s Commissioner Member
- Taylor Recreation Commissioner since 2015
- Founder & President of Metro Detroit Share- a volunteer based non-profit that helps families experiencing pregnancy and infant loss 2008-current
- Founder & Member of the Southeast Michigan Perinatal Loss Coalition
- SWCRC Member
- Henry Ford Center for Women’s and Children’s Health Committee 2010-2014
- Meals on Wheels & Holiday Meals on Wheels Volunteer