Residing in San Francisco, CA, Jenefer Taylor is an accomplished singer, songwriter, actress, model, and dancer. She discovered a passion for performing at 5 years old and began studying tap dance and ballet. After a successful tenure with the Contra Costa Children’s Choir, she joined the Belasco Theatre Company. There, she starred in several acclaimed productions. Her roles included: the Emcee in Cabaret, Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, Lola in Damn Yankees, Nancy in Oliver, Glenda in The Wiz, and Marty in Grease.
Jenefer’s gifts were further recognized throughout high school as she sang our National Anthem for the San Francisco Giants, the Oakland Athletics, and the National Autosports Association at the Infineon Raceway in Napa, California. In addition, she received the “Vocal Accomplishment Award” as a Miss Teenage California’s competition finalist.
Jenefer completed her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications at Pepperdine University in 2008. Following her graduation, she continued her music career by writing and recording with multi-platinum record producer, Rob Chiarelli. He had superior praises about his experience working with Jenefer.