Ms. Jane Taylor
Jane Taylor is a member of The Geneva Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Ms. Taylor founded The Geneva Foundation in 1993 at the request of Madigan Army Medical Center to have a local foundation available to support their research needs. Since then, Geneva has grown to support medical research at over 50 Military Treatment Facilities and Federal Laboratories worldwide. Ms. Taylor has remained actively involved in The Geneva Foundation, currently serving on its Board of Directors and as its Chief Strategy Officer.
Ms. Taylor has a known track record for successfully leading and growing for-profit and non-profit organizations. After working as a Critical Care nurse at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, she moved into the field of pharmaceutical research. Following work at Syntex Laboratories, in 1988, Ms. Taylor founded Pacific Coast Clinical Coordinators, Inc. (“PC3Inc”), a Site Management Organization providing clinical, administrative and regulatory support to physicians conducting pharmaceutical research trials. PC3Inc later sold to AmericasDoctor. In 1995, Ms. Taylor founded Northwest Kinetics (NWK), a Phase I pharmacokinetic clinical research unit in Tacoma, WA which was bought by Charles River Laboratories in 2006. The majority of 2009, Ms. Taylor directed her attention to the Middleton Foundation for Ethical Studies, a non-profit organization focused on establishing ethical standards for clinical research in developing countries.
Ms. Taylor is actively involved in her local community and serves on numerous boards for non-profit organizations, including Tacoma Goodwill and Franke Tobey Jones. She is also involved with Washington Business Week as a Judge. Ms. Taylor has received many accolades for her leadership and her service, including the University of Washington-Tacoma Milgard School of Business 2015 Non-Profit Business Leader of the Year, and the Tacoma Business Examiner’s 2015 Woman of Influence award.
Ms. Jane Taylor