Inside our team
We are all humans after all. Get to know more about me.
Taylor is one of those rare folk who is actually *from* Calgary. Both of her parents were entrepreneurs, and watching her parents work to build their businesses gave her a keen appreciation for the hard work and sacrifice necessary to build a successful organization.
She’s a word-nerd, and loves to write and edit. Long before her marketing career began she authored a personal finance blog that had a substantial following in its niche community for about 5 years. Since then she’s written blogs and web social content for clients in a variety of industries including accountants, authors, musicians, non-profit arts organizations.
Her people skills come from her time as an executive assistant for a boutique business advisory firm. Anticipating the needs of both her team and their clients has also made her an organizational ninja with killer follow up. Her favourite question is “Okay, so what’s the action item”?
Helping clients be successful is a large part of what drives her work. She truly believes that words can change the world if you use the right ones.
- Diploma Business
- Administration (Integrated Marketing Communications) – Bow Valley College
- Hubspot Inbound Certification
- Google Ads – Display Certification
- Google Analytics certification
- Hootsuite Platform Certification
off the job
Taylor has a secret identity as a performer. She dances with The Sugar Sweets for fun, but she has trained and worked as a professional opera singer. She has sung all across Canada, as well as in Dubai, The Netherlands, and the UK. Here at home, she sang with Cowtown Opera, and still sings with the Calgary Opera Company.
Taylor and her partner enjoy going camping and hiking, and trying to perfect their old fashioned recipe. Taylor is also a terrible yet enthusiastic gardener, but doesn’t mind because it’s all just an excuse to spend time outside with her labradoodle, Max.
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