Robson Hall Resident Director

Biography

1. Hometown: East Vancouver, BC
2. Favourite Part About The Job: That I get to know people and support them.
3. Favourite TWU Tradition: Fort Week
4. CliftonStrengths Top 5: Strategic, Adaptability, Relator, Empathy, Arranger


Taylor Dickau was born and raised in East Vancouver and lived there until he was 22. His family grew up in East Vancouver in the Grandview-Woodlands neighbourhood. They attended Grandview Church, which became the primary context of family and community in Taylor’s life. Since then he has lived in North Vancouver, Abbotsford, and now resided in Langley, BC. He met his wife, Leanne, while they were both studying at Columbia Bible College (CBC), and were married in June 2018. Taylor is the middle of three brothers. His parents, older brother, and sister-in-law still live in East Van and Taylor's younger brother lives in Montreal.

Out of high school, Taylor finished a diploma in Human Kinetics from Capilano University and went on to complete a bachelor of arts in biblical studies from CBC. While in post-secondary, Taylor worked as a personal trainer, coordinated a spring soccer league, and led as a camp director for Keats Camps.

Taylor is playful at heart, yet deeply thoughtful and interested in walking alongside others through the joys and struggles of life. Taylor is a pastor at heart; he loves listening to people's stories and experiencing the transforming work of God in their lives and his own.

Research & Scholarship

Education

Columbia Bible College – Bachelor of Arts – Major in Biblical Studies

Diploma in Human Kinetics – Capilano University