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Mallory Tai Taylor

President and CEO

Mallory Tai Taylor is Bravado Health's president and CEO.

Mallory formerly served as founder and CEO of MTT Innovations, where she consulted for numerous government entities, non-profits, healthcare, and technology companies. Her focus was helping clients create or capitalize on strategic initiatives that facilitate growth and opportunities.

Prior to that, Mallory served as cofounder and CEO of assessURhealth; an e-screening mental and behavioral health tool for clinicians, trade associations, higher education institutes, government entities and more. assessURhealth delivered instant, mission critical data via health risk classification reporting on numerous assessments and languages. There she was responsible for all revenue generation, execution of short and long-term strategic planning, operations delivery, and chief architect which allowed for millions of lives to be screened and saved daily.

Mallory’s experience includes over 15 years in healthcare technology and mergers and acquisitions. Her previous positions have included Vice President of a healthcare technology company where she was responsible for developing and then managing numerous departments and divisions including: revenue cycle management, client success, product management, sales, VAR channel, support, implementation, finance, and M&A. Mallory’s strategic direction there saw her also oversee and execute five acquisitions in an eight-month period with internal financing, paying off within six months. Additionally, she worked for a multi-billion-dollar global conglomerate where she ran the company’s most profitable M&A strike team, accounting for over $1.5 billion in new revenue. Her business and health IT expertise and relationships allow her to engage with political and industry experts, including HHS and formerly a member of the White House Business Council.

Mallory has been honored in numerous publications, including 2019 finalist for EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year, a TBBJ Up and Comer honoree in 2014 and 2016 and Businesswoman of the Year Honoree in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Mallory was on Business Observer’s 40 Under 40 list in 2017. She was named Young Professional of the Year at TBTF’s Industry Achievement Awards in 2014, was a finalist for Emerging Technology Leader of the Year in 2016, and a finalist for Technology Leader of the year in 2017. Mallory subsequently graduated summa cum laude from LSU with a B.A. in Political Science and is pursuing her Masters in International Business and Policy from Georgetown University.