Haley Taylor, Project Management Consultant
As project manager and chaos tamer, Haley has more than 23 years of experience in the consulting industry. While some people might want to run the other direction when presented with a messy challenge, Haley gets a little giddy.
Haley started her career at Deloitte & Touche, providing project management and support to various hospitals and healthcare systems across the nation. Her projects included process standardization, revenue maximization, right-sizing and change management.
Haley then became Director of Organizational Effectiveness at the Health Alliance, Cincinnati’s largest healthcare system at the time. She facilitated projects ranging from new service expansion and departmental consolidation to process reengineering across the six-hospital system.
In 2001, Haley spread her entrepreneurial wings and started her own successful management consulting business. Her services included fundraising, grant writing, marketing analysis and strategic planning.
Haley began working with Rasor in 2009. Haley couples a practical, matter-of-fact approach with a natural instinct for business. It’s a winning combination for every client.
Haley earned her Bachelor of Arts from Transylvania University, and holds Masters degrees in business administration and health and hospital administration from Xavier University.
She serves on the board of trustees of the Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky (CHNK), the Northern Kentucky University Dean’s Council for the College of Education and Health Services, and regularly volunteers for Beechwood High School, community and church programs.
What do you enjoy about working with clients?
The ability to listen to what the client wishes, take my experience and tailor it to the client’s specific desire. Every client is different and I love being able to personalize a specific set of deliverables to fulfill every last request!
What’s your favorite quote from a movie?
Yoda in The Empire Strikes Back –“Do. Or do not. There is no try.”
What was your favorite book as a kid?
Where the Wild Things Are – by Maurice Sendak.