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Lauren Taylor Joins Upstate AHEC Staff

Anderson native Lauren Taylor has joined the staff of Upstate AHEC in the newly created position of database manager and student services associate. In this role, Ms. Taylor will be in charge of Upstate AHEC’s database operations and maintenance.  In addition, she will spend half her time working directly with the Health Careers Program and Health Professions Student program coordinators focusing on marketing strategies and program development.  She looks forward to working with a range of students in the Upstate area.

Ms. Taylor holds a bachelor’s in communication and a MBA from Anderson University. Her work experience includes database management, professional marketing and public relations, project management and strategic planning. A self-described “nerd” when it comes to data and research, she also possesses a creative side reflected by her entrepreneurial success as owner of an artist’s paint shop, where she creates a variety of hand painted gifts and wall hangings.

Ms. Taylor’s many hobbies include traveling with her husband Josh, cooking, painting and serving in a volunteer role among numerous non-profit charitable organizations in the Anderson area.

Ms. Taylor can be reached at ltaylor@upstateahec.org.

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