What Everyone Ought to Know About Our Program Assistant
Programming isn’t easy, there’s a lot of moving parts that involve, planning multitasking and clear communication! Our Program Assistant Phyllis Taylor wears two hats here at the Chamber, the first as our program assistant and the second as help in finance. Phyllis does a great deal of programming for the Coastal GA Military Affairs Coalition (CGMAC) such as heading up the monthly meetings and working on updating their website.
Photo Courtesy of Frank Fortune
Phyllis is a hard worker and always has been. She was active duty Army for 11 years, a Department of Defense civilian employee for 30 years and is now retired volunteering for the Chamber! She started volunteering for the chamber in September of 2019, coming in a few days a week to help out! “I enjoy the people, being able to network and help out the local businesses in the Liberty County community,” said Phyllis.
Caregiving is a passion of Phyllis’s. She has three now-adult children and 6 fur babies. She has 5 rescue cats and one black lab named Ruby, who is a trained duck hunter! Phyllis is also kind enough to take our chamber cat Felicia home with her on long weekends to keep her company. When she isn’t volunteering or checking in on her kids and pets you can find her spending time with her husband Andy Taylor. Phyllis and Andy met while they were both in the Army stationed at Fort Rucker back in 1978. One short year later the two tied the knot, making them married 41 years now. Phyllis and her husband Andy are retired but chose to make the Hinesville area their forever home because they love the community so much!
We hope you’ve enjoyed learning a bit more about Phyllis as much as we have! Here at the Chamber, we are learning more and more about each other every day! Stay tuned for more blogs like this on other members of our staff.
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