Taylor Voss is a Pueblo native who is proud to have been educated in the community. He attended Roncalli Middle School, graduated from South High School in 2012, and graduated magna cum laude from CSU-Pueblo in 2016, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Marketing and a minor in Leadership Studies. Taylor was honored by the university’s Hasan School of Business as the Most Outstanding Overall Undergraduate Student.
Taylor has emerged as an effective young leader with a genuine passion for Pueblo. He is deeply involved in the community and serves on the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk Project (HARP) Foundation Board of Directors, the CSU-Pueblo Alumni Association Board of Directors, and is a member of Rotary 43. Taylor is also a graduate of the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Pueblo program.
In December of 2016, Taylor launched the Let’s March movement: a movement to challenge the status quo, march the path less traveled, and to inspire others to take action in their lives. He also published his first book Getting Strength From My Struggles: The Secret to Success in College That Nobody Talks About. Taylor also does motivational speaking, inspiring students of all ages to believe in themselves and to pursue their dreams.
Taylor is currently the Community Engagement Director for the Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation, where he uses his community problem solving experience and communication skills to facilitate collective impact. His work focuses on reducing the county’s smoking rates, reducing the obesity rates in children and adults, holding the gain made in teen and unintended pregnancy, and changing the health culture in Pueblo.