Christina Taylor

President & CEO

Christina Taylor is founder, President and CEO of TaylorMade Experience.  With more than two decades of experience in event production, fundraising and business management and a track record of creating value for her non-profit and corporate clients, Christina is passionate about helping organizations strategize, plan and succeed. She has a history of growing and leading a winning team of Wonder Women. Together they produce successful strategies and proposals and have raised millions of dollars through corporate sponsorships and fundraising events for over 100 clients over 12 years.  With each gala, conference, golf tournament, celebration and event, her team patterns them to perfection, drawing on their combined expertise, energy and high standards. Christina believes every event deserves the same enthusiasm and professionalism, regardless of size and/or budget. For all of TME’s clients, the team identifies and embraces new challenges and opportunities which lead them to higher performance levels and greater visibility for the events they produce.

In 2017, Christina joined the Board of Directors for Community Bridges, an organization that mentors young girls in Maryland to become leaders in their community.  Annually the TME team volunteers their time and talent to the Girl Legacy Gala benefitting Community Bridges.

When not running to and fro, Christina enjoys spending time with her 4 year old daughter, jewelry design/crafting, traveling and coming up with her next business idea.  Coming in 2020 is the latest of her ventures, So So Sweets, named after Sofia’s nickname SoSo and Christina’s desire to have a mobile sweets business serving high quality, delicious treats at social events, public events, client and employee appreciation events.  Stay tuned!

Christina lives with her husband, Jose and daughter, Sofia in Bethesda, Maryland.




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