Virginia Taylor

Adjunct Faculty

Management &


Virginia Taylor is an experienced HR Strategic Leader and Educator with over 25 years of diverse HR experience in both corporate and nonprofit industries including manufacturing, sales, healthcare, construction management, industrial distribution, and aerospace. Virginia has a proven track record specializing in leadership development and strategic business partnership. She is skilled at counseling and coaching leaders of all levels during organizational change through workforce planning, leading through change, and providing training and support to first-time managers.

Virginia currently serves as faculty and coach for PAISE Leadership LLC delivering training and development to new managers in both corporate and non-profit organizations teaching the core competencies required to become effective leaders in the “First Time Manager Intensive” program. Prior to her experience with PAISE, she helped create, launch and deliver a new leader training program during her tenure with Kaman Distribution Group, dovetailing that initiative into their first DEI program “WALK” (Women Advocating for Leadership at Kaman).

Virginia received her Master’s in Human Resources Management from the University of Connecticut School of Business. She holds Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and SHRM-CP (Certified Professional) certifications. In addition, her Coaching certification is endorsed by the International Coaching Federation, and she is a certified Trainer with DDI (Development Dimensions Inc., a leading global leadership consulting firm for leadership development).

While originally born and raised on Long Island, Virginia has been a resident of South Windsor CT, is the proud mother of her son Ryan who is current employed as a web developer with Ratheon Technologies,  and who shares her love for Daschunds – she is now on her third – a short haired black and tan named Arthur!

Contact Information
Mailing Address72 Country View Drive
CoursesMENT 5676 - Human Capital & Workforce Capability Development