Jean Taylor, a senior consultant for federal services in cyber defense with Coalfire, an independent cyber management company, has joined the board of Warrenton-based Oak View National Bank.
“We are thrilled to add someone of Jean’s experience and expertise to our board of directors,” Oak View Vice Chairman and CEO Michael Ewing said. “Her depth of knowledge will be greatly beneficial to the board and to the bank as a whole. As banking becomes increasingly dependent on technology, it is critical for us to focus on our digital operations. Jean’s willingness to share her skills with us will be instrumental now and going forward.”
Ms. Taylor has worked in the information assurance/cybersecurity field for more than 18 years, supporting the delivery of cutting edge, innovative Information security continuous monitoring and governance support for DoD and intelligence communities, Fortune 500 companies and federal agencies. She has extensive experience in project management, information technology, cybersecurity, compliance, security assessments and certification and accreditation processes.
In 2002, Ms. Taylor, in collaboration with her husband and business partner Dennis Taylor, launched Paradigm Solutions, a business and management consulting firm serving Fauquier, Culpeper, Loudon, Fairfax, Prince William, Spotsylvania and Stafford. Together, they have provided solutions to their clients that include business consulting and coaching, organizational assessments, process reviews and improvement, business and strategic planning, marketing planning, and project management.
Ms. Taylor and her husband live in Catlett. They enjoy gardening, music, photography, cooking, and travelling.
An independent bank founded in 2009, Oak View has branches in Warrenton, Marshall and Culpeper and a loan production office in Washington, Va.