Scott Taylor will join Stephens College this fall as an assistant professor and chair of the Business Administration program.
Taylor earned a Doctorate of Business Administration from California Southern University. His doctoral project focused on the economic impact of entrepreneurial policy. Taylor has also completed post-graduate work in public affairs at the University of Missouri, where he obtained a master’s degree in Public Administration. He received a Bachelor of Science in Management from Missouri State University.
Prior to accepting his current position at Stephens College, he served as an adjunct instructor for Stephens College since Fall 2018 and taught full time at Moberly Area Community College, where he served as the lead business faculty since Fall 2007. He was also an advisor to MACC’s award-winning Collegiate DECA chapter for over fourteen years and has received the national Collegiate DECA Advisor of the Year award multiple times.
Outside the classroom, Taylor serves on several boards and advisory committees and works as a subject matter expert for multiple publishing companies. He resides in Moberly, MO, on a horse ranch with his wife, Kendra. Over the years, Scott and Kendra have donated multiple horses to the Stephens College equestrian program. Scott has three adult children and two adult stepsons.