President and CEO, UI-Mile Square Health Center
Mr. Taylor, a Chicago native, spent most of his formative years on the South Side. He was formerly educated via the Chicago Public Schools and received his Master's Degree in Public Administration from Roosevelt University. He has also completed Executive Management training at University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, UCLA, University of Kentucky, and Harvard. He has over 20 years of healthcare administrative experience in the private, nonprofit, Catholic, and public sectors. He is passionate about patients' rights to healthcare. He continues to advocate on a national and local level for the rights of individual patients and actively lobbies for increased access to healthcare for underserved families. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board for the Illinois Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA). In addition, he has served as past Chair of the National Association for Community Health Centers Task Force on Primary Care for Public Housing; a Member of the Board of Directors for CQuest America Inc.; past Board Member for the Chicago Children's Choir; and volunteer for the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Taylor has been with Mile Square since 1998.