Ernestine Taylor

Ernestine TaylorErnestine T. Taylor has worked more than 20 years at the executive level in human resources and organizational development with fortune 500 companies such as Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical (Johnson & Johnson), Avon Products Company, Inc. Continental Can and Ford Foundation.   She has taught management and business communications courses at Elon University, Bennett College for Women and several community colleges in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

She is adjunct faculty and certified coach at the Center for Creative Leadership, ranked as one of the top ten leadership development institutions in the country.  For the past two and a half years, she has done negotiations workshops with universities as a faculty member of COACH (Committee on the Advancement of Women Chemists).

In 2002, Taylor established ETConsulting with a focus on executive coaching,  leadership development and team building  As an independent consultant, she is a facilitator and executive coach for healthcare organizations, aerospace, energy, telecommunications, educational institutions and governmental agencies.

Ernestine holds a M.A. (With Distinction) in Industrial Psychology from Columbia University (New York); an Advanced Management Certificate from Northwestern University (Kellogg School of Business) and B.S. in Business Administration from Texas Southern University.  She was featured in Ebony Magazine (1990), as one of Best and Brightest Black Women in Corporate America.