Tayler holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Arizona University and has over 9 years of experience in the Engineering, Architecture, Construction, and Property Management Industries.
Throughout her career, she has been instrumental in helping multiple companies achieve their goals and improve operational efficiency. Tayler’s expertise lies in customer service and support, project management, and quality control.
She has worn various hats in multiple firms, including operational management, production management, business development, and marketing. Her track record includes successfully managing numerous projects, contracts, and teams, consistently exceeding expectations, and meeting deadlines. Tayler is dedicated to continuous learning and strives for improvement in all she does.
Tayler is passionate about exploring innovative solutions beyond conventional boundaries, leveraging her creative mindset and innate leadership abilities. She values teamwork, collaboration, and communication to empower and support her clients and colleagues. Her overarching goal is to positively impact the A/E/C and Property Management Industry and contribute to its growth and development.
Additionally, Tayler holds the certification of Educated Business Partner through CAI and is a Florida Notary. She has also completed several certifications in areas such as suspended scaffold, concrete strengthening, and roof pro, underscoring her commitment to the industry. Furthermore, she serves as the 2024 Social Committee Chair for the CAI Gold Coast Chapter.
On a personal note, Tayler is deeply passionate about animal welfare and dedicates her time as the Vice President of Blessed Paws Animal Rescue, a 501c3 serving Palm Beach County. She is also an active member of the Habitat Young Professionals of Palm Beach County, a network of over 60+ young professionals dedicated to positively impacting the local community. Additionally, Tayler has been an active member of the Junior League since 2019, an organization of women promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through effective action and trained volunteers.