Erin Taylor has over twenty-five years' experience working in the public policy arena at the federal, state and local levels.

Prior to forming Taylor Strategies & Consulting in 2014, Taylor served as the Executive Director of the Wyoming Taxpayers Association for eight years. During that time, she successfully advocated for legislation and programs that enhanced businesses throughout the state, based on the view that all businesses should be fairly taxed. She garnered the respect of state and local elected officials with her analytic and unbiased reporting of tax policy. She was instrumental in educating policy makers on the implications of tax policy and experienced many successes in the legislative area, including increasing Wyoming's fuel tax, passing a sales and use tax vendor allowance, implementing special district transparency, formulating property tax relief programs, among others.

After the association, Taylor served as statewide campaign manager for US Senator Mike Enzi for the 2014 primary election where she spearheaded a comprehensive county-by-county issue-based campaign, and oversaw all aspects of the day-to-day operations, which yielded the Senator his highest win percentage in that office.

Aside from tax policy, building coalitions and managing communications, Taylor also carries years of experience with regulatory issues, both at the national and state level. She served as Wyoming Government Affairs Representative with PacifiCorp (now Rocky Mountain Power), and in Washington DC forming electric transmission pricing policy with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission through the Edison Electric Institute and the Electric Power Supply Association - and finally, regulatory affairs for Montana-Dakota Utilities, Co, in Bismarck, ND.

Taylor earned an undergraduate in economics and also her Master of Science in regulatory and environmental economics from the University of Wyoming. She is active in her community through teaching mindfulness practices and volunteering her time to local service organizations.

Taylor received several prestigious awards and recognitions over the term of her career, including:

Graduate of Leadership Wyoming, 2006
Named one of Wyoming's 40 Under 40, 2008.
Nominated to attend U.S. Senate Leadership Summit for Young Professionals, 2006
Nominated to attend U.S. Senate Women's Leadership Summit, 2008.
Past president of the Wyoming Society for Association Executives
Certified graduate of the Institute of Organizational Management, a professional development program directed at association management of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 2011
Served Governor appointments to the Wyoming Arts Council and the Wyoming Lottery Corporation
2011 Delegate to the American Council of Young Political Leaders exchange to Pakistan and India
Wyoming Business Report's Women of Influence Award 2013, Non-profit category
Vice-Chairman, Wyoming Business Alliance 2018-2020
Chairman, Wyoming Business Alliance 2020-