Pattye Taylor-Phillips blends her experiences in engineering, management, and strategy to lead time sensitive, business-critical initiatives for organizations. Pattye’s career at General Electric (GE) spanned the Manufacturing and Finance sectors, including leadership roles in Manufacturing Management, Six Sigma (as a Master Black Belt), Program Management and Acquisition Integration to support GE’s purchase of Transamerica and Bombardier Finance.
While at McDonnell Douglas/Boeing she worked in technical and management roles to design & implement new technologies and business solutions for missiles and support services. She was a leader and advocate for change that improved business performance and reduced manufacturing costs through improved designs. She led the development of supplier management processes and systems to more accurately track and report performance.
As a Lead Process Architect in Information Technology at Enterprise Holdings, she designed and implemented technical and management processes including the strategic selection of IT investments, program and project management processes/reporting, and new employee development and support services.
In retirement, Pattye continues to serve a number of non-profit organizations in addition to Habitat for Humanity St. Louis. She is an Executive Fellow for the Executive Leadership Consortium at the University Of Missouri Business School (St. Louis). At Washington University, she serves on the Committee that plans student /alumni events for Women’s Engineering group and is a member of the Engineering School’s Eliot Society Committee. Pattye also serves as an Elder for her church.
Pattye received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a Masters of Engineering Management and a Master of Science in Management of Technology from Washington University School of Engineering, St. Louis.