Taylor Brown

Taylor Brown joined PeacePlayers International on a full time basis in June 2014 as Chief Financial & Administrative Officer after spending two years as an Operations Consultant and two years as an International Fellow from 2010-2012 in Durban, South Africa.


Taylor Brown joined PeacePlayers International on a full time basis in June 2014 as Chief Financial & Administrative Officer after spending two years as an Operations Consultant and two years as an International Fellow from 2010-2012 in Durban, South Africa. 


Taylor’s prior work experience includes 3 years in the audit and consulting departments with McGladrey, a top international accounting firm, with a focus on non-profit clients. Taylor also spent the 2009-10 season with the Wollongong Hawks; an Australian community based non-profit professional basketball organization as a Basketball and Business Operations Consultant, and 5 summers on the staff at Camp Dudley, YMCA, a non-profit summer camp located in Westport, New York, where he is an active alumnus. 


Taylor earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from San Diego State University, where his thesis focused on the strengthening of PeacePlayers International’s Monitoring and Evaluation systems and processes, and a Bachelor of Science (Finance and Accounting double major) degree from Fairfield University’s Charles F. DolanSchool of Business. Taylor also serves as an Adjunct Professor, Subject Matter Expert and Capstone Advisor in Georgetown University’s Sports Industry Management Master’s Program, teaching Social Responsibility & Globalization in Sports and Sports Ethics & Governance . Taylor earned a Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate from Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy in May 2017. 


Taylor enjoys the outdoors, travel, sports, playing jazz and volunteerism. He also referees high school basketball games in the DC, Maryland, Virginia area.


Fairfield University - B.S. - Accounting & Finance Double Major

San Diego State University - M.B.A. - Sports Management