Since 2004, Ms. Taylor has provided executive leadership for federal growth and expansion for Information Management Resources, Inc. (IMRI), a technology and engineering firm that provides comprehensive technical, engineering and cybersecurity services and solutions to federal government agencies and commercial clients worldwide. She currently serves as Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President, Business Development. Under her leadership, IMRI’s federal division grew from $18 million to over $115 million in revenues.
Ms. Taylor has advised clients including: Office of the Secretary of Defense; U.S. Cyber Command; Executive Office of the President; Washington Headquarter Services; Department of Commerce; Departments of the Navy, Army, and Air Force; Missile Defense Agency; Defense Information Systems Agency; and various U. S. Department of Defense Combatant Commands. Ms. Taylor developed Cytellix, which includes IMRI’s Cybersecurity Solutions and its Cybersecurity Operations Center. Cytellix provides federal agencies and commercial businesses with proven cybersecurity solutions that mitigate and remediate cybersecurity risks.
Ms. Taylor performs hundreds of hours of volunteer activities annually. She serves on the Board of Directors for Restoration Christian Fellowship (RCF) and CEO for Operation Nehemiah, a Community Development Corporation of RCF, where she provides leadership in implementing programs to help empower the community in socio-economic areas impacting over 300 families monthly. Through Operation Nehemiah, she provides fiscal agent support for other community programs including Celebrating Women’s Health and Fighting Together to Save Lives. Ms. Taylor was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for Hattie B. Black Women In Progress, an Arizona based non-profit that focuses on addressing mental and emotional health issues facing girls and young women.
Ms. Taylor often serves as a mentor to youth and young adults in the Denver metro community. She founded the Cyber Innovation and Workforce Development (CIWD) initiative to provide women and minorities with more opportunities to fill the growing number of cybersecurity jobs by cross-training individuals with nontechnical backgrounds through its Cyber Experiential Development for Growth and Excellence (C-EDGE) program. The 3-year program combines training and development, industry certifications, mentoring and job assignments to equip participants to become future leaders and technical experts in cybersecurity.