George J. Taylor, an attorney with the full-service South Florida law firm Brinkley Morgan, was recently elected to serve a two-year term as Chair of the Board of Directors for Arc Broward, a non-profit human services organization dedicated to providing services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and other life challenges.
“It’s an honor to continue to serve such a wonderful organization,” said Taylor, who has served on Arc Broward’s board of directors for the past four years. “I look forward to working with the other board members to fulfill Arc Broward’s mission.”
Taylor’s main focus as Chair will be to assist the 13-member board in expanding Arc Culinary social enterprise by raising funds to build a new state-of-the-art culinary teaching kitchen and catering facilities.
“George’s results-oriented spirit has been a great asset to the organization’s board of directors,” said Dennis Haas, President and CEO of Arc Broward. “He has demonstrated a great strength in building partnerships and furthering the agency’s mission of transforming our community by helping people with disabilities and life challenges to reach their full potential.”
About Arc Broward
Since 1956, Arc Broward has worked with the community to change how people with developmental disabilities and life challenges are embraced and included in our society. This critical work ensures that people with disabilities, not only live, learn, work, and play in their communities, but more importantly, thrive. Arc Broward operates at 10 locations and provides 21 programs throughout Broward County. Arc Broward’s three social enterprises — Arc Educates, Arc Culinary and Arc Tech — are innovative efforts to provide employment opportunities for people with disabilities and other life challenges. For more information, visit www.arcbroward.com.
About George J. Taylor
Taylor’s practice focuses on solving legal problems arising from commercial and business relationships, including the litigation of those matters in both state and federal courts. Additionally, he practices in the area of probate and trust litigation, where he resolves disputes in estate litigation which include will and trust contests. He received his Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center, Cum Laude, and received Book Awards for Charitable Organizations, Interviewing and Counseling, Probate Law Workshop, and Real Estate Transactions. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, cum laude, from Lynn University. He also serves on the boards of Broward Performing Arts Foundation and Salah Foundation.
About Brinkley Morgan
With offices in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Palm Beach, the firm offers a full range of services, including family law, corporate and business law, real estate, bankruptcy and commercial litigation, as well as probate, tax, estate planning, probate and trust litigation, local government law, and administrative law. For more information, visit www.BrinkleyMorgan.com.