Raised in the Midwest, Kansas City, Missouri, Nichelle Taylor was destined for success as her love and passion for the arts inspired her to write at a young age. Nichelle wrote poetry to use as an avenue to express her thoughts and feelings about the world from her perspective. Nichelle utilized her time reading and expanding her knowledge on topics of her interest which broaden her imaginary mind. Her parents realized early on that she was a visionary. As an avid reader at the age seven and an excelling student in the areas of reading and writing, Nichelle advanced one grade level while in the fourth grade. Her academic excellence caused the Superintendent of Kansas City Schools to note and tribute her in the Kansas City Star Newspaper as the only fourth grader able to recite the United States Constitution by memory.