Shiloh Taul, a native of Santa Cruz, CA, completed her undergraduate degree at Allegheny College with a major in Biology and a minor in Psychology. Shiloh received her Associates of Science degree in Kinesiology, graduating with honors from Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz, California. While completing her AS degree, Shiloh advanced to become the assistant manager of a branch at a local business and was the captain of her collegiate varsity basketball team. She then went on to transfer to an out of state university, Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania, where she completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in psychology. During her time at Allegheny, she also obtained EMT certificates, volunteered at the local hospital and homeless shelter, and served in a leadership position with Habitat for Humanity. She hopes to continue her education, after her gap year serving with Pittsburgh PULSE, as an aspiring nephrology physician. Shiloh is passionate about diversity and inclusion of minority communities for equitable housing and living standards, access to affordable, equitable, and quality health care, and ending mass incarceration in the United States. Her hobbies include playing basketball, hiking, and writing.