Brenda Taylor

EVP & Chief Technology Officer

Ms. Taylor joined IMRI in 2001 and currently holds the dual role of Executive Vice President (EVP) and Chief Technology Officer. Leveraging over 30 years of executive leadership experience, Ms. Taylor has played a pivotal role in establishing IMRI as a leader in security operations automation, digital transformation, strategic business consulting, and staff augmentation solutions.

In her position, Ms. Taylor not only shapes IMRI’s strategic direction—overseeing business development, partner management, and delivery—but also advises on the company’s technical solution offerings and capabilities, technology investments, and formulates tech strategies. Her expansive role underscores her commitment to leveraging technology to meet customer needs and further IMRI’s market footprint. Ms. Taylor’s expertise spans across several areas, including cybersecurity, information assurance, data security, disaster recovery, systems engineering and analysis, design and integration, test and evaluation, business management, and enterprise computing and telecommunications systems.

Prior to IMRI, Ms. Taylor was an Adjunct Faculty member at the Community College of Aurora and held Senior Executive roles within the U.S. Department of Defense. Her exceptional work has earned her numerous accolades, such as the Washington D.C. Jaycees Arthur S. Fleming Award for management and leadership; Secretary of the Army’s Award for Excellence in Acquisition; and Women in Government and Technology Lifetime Achievement Award for Managerial Excellence. Ms. Taylor holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and has received leadership training through the U.S. Army Electronic Engineering Intern Program and the Federal Executives Institute.

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