NAME: Telo T. Taitague
Senator Telo Taitague is a resident of Tamuning and is the proud mother to two children, Logan and Megan.
Senator Taitague has served in several key leadership positions including as a Senator in the 30th Guam Legislature, Deputy General Manager of the Guam Visitors Bureau, Director of the Bureau of Women’s Affairs, and Special Assistant to the Governor of Guam for External Affairs. As a member of the Guam Legislature, she worked on several key issues focused on improving services for our manåmko’ and individuals with disabilities; protecting the environment and supporting families affected by the former Ordot Dump and the Layon Landfill; and, requiring more public information and services to be available online.
Senator Taitague served as Minority Leader during the 35th Guam Legislature and her legislative agenda centered on policies promoting public safety through technology, renewable energy, a new public hospital, and other issues that improve the quality of life for all Guamanians. Her focus during the 36th Guam Legislature includes the responsible use of federal COVID-19 assistance, settlement of outstanding War Claims, economic growth through improvements in the review process for land development proposals, and the perpetuation of our indigenous CHamoru language and culture.
Senator Taitague began a professional career as a musician and vocalist at the young age of 16, having worked in the tourism industry in Guam, Hawaii and the mainland U.S. for over 23 years. Senator Taitague would later use her passion for marketing and branding to build and expand her small business which has been in operations for over 16 years.
A graduate of George Washington High School, Senator Taitague continued her education at the University of Guam and at Fayetteville Community College (Paralegal Studies) in North Carolina. She is a multi-skilled athlete, excelling in volleyball and track and field. In her free time, Senator Taitague enjoys a round of golf and tennis, but enjoys every moment she has with her dad – listening to stories of pre- and post-war Guam and the love they share for music.
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