Taylor Stallings-Pinnick is a Project Manager. As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) Taylor finds pride in leading diverse teams of creative personnel to produce successful on-orbit investigations and processes. She works with individuals to maximize collective achievements and uses her in-depth knowledge of ISS resupply flight processing to drive efficiency while adhering to strict timelines.
Taylor brings previous experience in veterinary medicine, laboratory management, and biological payload management at NASA Kennedy Space Center. She also has valuable programmatic contract management experience from the Department of Defense and the United States Air and Space Forces. She maintains active memberships with the Project Management Institute and the Florida Veterinary Medical Association. Taylor has a dual Bachelor’s of Arts from West Virginia University in History and Secondary Education, an Associate’s of Science degree in Veterinary Technology from Chattanooga State College, and a Master’s of Business Administration from Florida Institute of Technology. Additionally, Taylor is currently pursuing her Doctor of Business Administration from the Florida Institute of Technology.
Taylor is driven to maximize the value of every individual team member and strives to ensure all team members are empowered to contribute valuable project input. Her emotional intelligence, as well as her diverse educational background and professional experiences, coupled with an attention to efficiency and process improvement, are paramount in Taylor’s work at Space Tango.