Greg Taylor

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Greg Taylor’s work focuses on strengthening Arizona’s social service safety net and improving Arizonans’ quality of life. He is passionate about supporting children, families and vulnerable adults, making a personal commitment through board and volunteer service and a professional commitment through designing and implementing programs for corporate social responsibility and community engagement.  

Greg currently serves as the Regional Vice President, Community Affairs, for Arizona Complete Health, the Centene Corporation health plans in Arizona. Previously, he served as the Chief Community and Public Relations Officer at Community Partners, Inc. and Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, and Public Relations and Communications Director for Magellan Health Services of Arizona. Since 2011, Greg stewarded the investment of approximately $9 million in support of social service and nonprofit organizations. He currently serves as board chair for the Children’s Museum Tucson and Oro Valley, board chair-elect for the American Heart Association Western States Affiliate Southern Arizona Chapter, and a board member of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson. In 2016, the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce named Greg Tucson’s 40 Under 40 Man of the Year. And in 2019, Greg and his wife, Jessi, co-chaired the Tucson Heart Walk, raising a record-setting nearly $300,000 for heart disease and stroke research. 

Additionally, his work in public relations and marketing efforts has been recognized locally, nationally and internationally by the International Association of Business Communicators, Health Information Resource Center, and the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals. Greg also holds a bachelor’s degree with honors in American Studies from Stanford University


Regional Vice President, Community Affairs Arizona Complete Health