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Taylor Dean

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A problem solver at heart, Taylor Dean, CPA, CGMA, helps government contractors and nonprofits solve the most difficult of compliance puzzles.

 

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Taylor is a long distance cyclist who has completed several century rides around the country. Her longest single day ride is 106 miles.

Taylor Dean, CPA, CGMA, provides accounting and financial management consulting services. She specializes in working with government contractors, but has served many industries, including publicly and privately held computer hardware and software development firms, nonprofit and religious organizations, banks, construction companies, and retail and service providers.

Clients know Taylor as someone who brings extra value to their client-CPA relationship. Taylor enjoys introducing clients to potential customers and business partners. As a founding member of GC-TEC, a seminar series for government contractors, Taylor enjoys sharing her knowledge with government contractors, speaking on topics such as how to comply with employment policies and regulations, and how to avoid bid protests during end-of-year government spending.

Taylor is an advisor to the board of Chrysalis Micro Design and previously served on the board of Amulet Pharmaceuticals.

Taylor volunteers her time and expertise to Best Buddies and Wounded Warriors, and is an advisor to the board of the Objective Rally Point Veterans Support Group.

Education

  • Bachelor of science degree in accounting, George Mason University (1997)

Affiliations

  • American Council of Engineering Companies Maryland
  • American Institute of CPAs
  • Business Network International
  • Government Contractor Training and Education Consortium (GC-TEC)
  • Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce
  • Maryland Association of CPAs
  • Virginia Society of CPAs
  • Women in Technology

More Fun Facts

  • As a child, Taylor wanted to be either a debutante or an Egyptologist -- because either career path would allow her to travel the world.
  • Taylor was routinely assigned to boys’ phys ed classes as no one at her schools could conceive of a girl with the name "Taylor Stevenson Dean."