Mallory Tai Taylor is the Cofounder, President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Architect of assessURhealth™. As cofounder and in her role as Chief Operating Officer, she is responsible for all revenue generation and advocates for mental health awareness while developing the company’s long-term strategic planning initiatives. As Chief Architect, Mallory was key to developing assessURhealth™’s proprietary algorithm and custom integrations and now oversees continued product development. Her business and health IT expertise allows her to engage with political and industry experts, including the White House Business Council and HHS. Mallory’s industry insight serves to strengthen and further assessURhealth™’s vision while driving change in the mental and behavioral health sector.
“For me this is personal; our mission and vision hold true to the value I see in this product. I want to affect positive change on a global level, not just one person or one nation. Every person I have ever discussed this company and this product with has a story, it affects us all and I want to make a change for the better.”
Mallory’s professional achievements included her previous position as Vice President of DAS Health, where she oversaw the company’s long-term planning, acquisitions, and overall revenue generation. Her noted achievements with DAS Health include leading the company to a 99 percent successful Meaningful Use attestation rate for over 400 eligible physicians, spearheading a public-private partnership with a local college to provide “shovel ready” jobs in Health IT, and leading a service initiative propelling DAS to achieve an objective customer score exceeding that of even such iconic service companies as Apple, Southwest, and Google. Past roles include a career in sports marketing and an extensive background in corporate real estate where she held the role of COO.
Mallory has been honored in numerous publications, including the Tampa Bay Business Journal as an Up & Comer in 2014 and 2016 and as a finalist for Business Woman of the Year in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Mallory was named Young Professional of the Year at the Tampa Bay Technology Forum’s Industry Achievement Awards in 2014, was a finalist for Emerging Technology Leader of the Year in 2016, and a finalist for Technology Leader of the year in 2017. She was named to the Business Observer 40 under 40 list in 2016.
Mallory graduated summa cum laude from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
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