Taylor Kennedy is a Program Manager in RESOLVE’s Washington, D.C., office, where she guides program development in RESOLVE’s supply chain, responsible sourcing, and community engagement practices. She provides facilitation, project management, training, and research support on a range of projects supporting civil society, companies, governments, and communities who are working together to develop solutions to complex challenges relating to supply chain management, community-company engagement, and environmental sustainability.
Taylor’s expertise includes cross-sector dialogue, supply chain management and responsible sourcing, sustainable development, renewable energy, extractives, stakeholder consultation and engagement, corporate social responsibility, and gender equity. She is a proven project manager and has more than a decade of experience working domestically and internationally supporting collaborative decision making and research, guiding stakeholder consultation, and providing training on conflict mitigation and community consultation.
Before joining RESOLVE, Ms. Kennedy worked at Dutko Worldwide, where she provided research, policy, and other support for the Sustainability and Housing practices. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, with a minor in Political Science from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA in 2005. She received her Master’s in International Peace & Conflict Resolution from American University in D.C. in 2011.
Master of Arts, International Peace and Conflict Resolution; concentration, Development Management.
American University, Washington, DC. 2011.
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy; minor, Political Science.
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. 2005.