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 married to husband Eric and 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