Jason Taylor is a meteorologist for NOAA’s National Weather Service (NWS) in the Office of Climate, Water, and Weather Services (OCWWS). In his current position for the Operations and Requirements Division, Mr. Taylor prioritizes and manages various key NWS projects through the Operations and Services Improvement Process (OSIP). He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology from Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Currently, Mr. Taylor is enrolled in a dual degree program at the University of Maryland University College where he is scheduled to complete a Master of Science in Information Technology Project Management in the fall of 2012 and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in the fall of 2013.
Mr. Taylor worked in the private industry for 8 years before deciding to enter public service for NOAA in 2004. In that same year, he became a member of NOAA BIG and has since served the chapter in various capacities. In 2005, Mr. Taylor served as an Alternate Delegate for the Delegates Assembly at the National Training Conference and chaired the Thanksgiving Food Drive Committee. Over the years, Mr. Taylor has worked actively with the Committee Chairs, assisting with the Chapter’s various programs, such as the Black History Month Program, the Annual NOAA BIG Distinguished Service Award Program, and the Christmas Toy and Clothing Drive.
Mr. Taylor enjoys being an active member of his church by serving on the Deacon Board, as the Director of Middle School Ministries, and as a coordinator for baptism services. Mr. Taylor presently resides in Baltimore with his wife and 8 year old son.