Dr. Taylor's primary faculty responsibilities encompass leading consulting capstone seminars for graduate students within the Bush School, and teaching a variety of nonprofit management and leadership theory courses. Dr. Taylor also serves as co-faculty within the Agricultural Leadership and Development program (TAMU College of Agriculture & Life Sciences), and annually accompanies students to Thessaloniki and Athens, Greece to explore the variety of leadership models as a scholarly discipline via personal experiences. Per his Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy duties, Dr. Taylor enjoys working in Texas and beyond with nonprofit and public service organizations. In doing so, he truly gets to utilize his former experience as a nonprofit executive in developing individuals, organizations, and the ever-growing social ecosystem.
- Ph.D. in Leadership Studies, Our Lady of the Lake University - (San Antonio, Texas, United States) 2017
- M.B.A. in Management, Bellarmine University - (Louisville, Kentucky, United States) 2000
- B.A. in Sociology, Bellarmine University - (Louisville, Kentucky, United States) 1998
- Taylor, K. A. (2018). Nonprofit Donor Motivation Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. 9(4), 1-4.
- Taylor, K. A. (2018). Why most nonprofit boards resemble whiteboards and how to fix that.