Gregory Taylor, Founder-President
Mr. Gregory Taylor is the founder and President of Taylored 4 Life and Vibrant Health and Wellness, a nonprofit 501(c) organization. Gregory served over thirty years within the Department of Defense and is known for his transformative leadership efforts. He served eight years on the Maryland State Governor Advisory Council on Physical Fitness; he was also a consultant to the Maryland Medical Society (MEDCHI). Mr. Taylor is the producer of the "Think and Stay Fit: Men Over 40" video. Taylored 4 Life, health, wellness, and fitness consulting firm, has allowed him to address the needs of corporate and private industry as well as host and facilitate conferences, videos, and present wellness workshops.
Gregory uses his experience and knowledge to address the Health-Wellness needs of individuals, too. He is a former U.S. Army Paratrooper. He has taught military/civilian boot camp classes and obtained several certifications in the fitness and wellness arena. Additionally, Mr. Taylor is a Ph.D. student of Holistic Nutrition, received his graduate /undergraduate degree at Maryland University College, and advanced graduate training at the National Defense University and Army Staff Management College. He received his MBA certificate from Virginia Tech. Gregory is trained in Group Facilitation and holds a graduate-level certificate in Health and Wellness Coaching from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. Gregory also has graduate certificates in Nutrition for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention from USC Graduate School of Nursing, Stanford Living Well Chronic Disease and Diabetes Support Management Leadership program, Harvard School of Lifestyle Medicine, MIT Systems Health, and Cornell University. He is an older adult exercise consultant and a member of the certified John Maxwell Speaking, Training, and Coaching team.
Personal: Gregory is an avid cyclist, hiker, and rower; has competed in military bench press competitions, marathons (26.2 mile), and ultra-marathon runs (50 to 100 miles), as well as completed cycling the entire C&O Canal.