Matthew Taylor Joins NJ Business Branding Firm Delia Associates
Delia Associates welcomes Matthew Taylor as Director of Program Management.
Delia Associates, a leading NJ-based business branding and marketing firm, is pleased to announce that Matthew Taylor has joined the company as Director of Program Management. In his role, Taylor will be responsible for oversight and management of client programs and initiatives for the firm, regularly interfacing with the Delia team and its clients.
“We are delighted that Matthew has joined our team,” commented Ed Delia, President of Delia Associates. “He brings great experience and a wonderful positive energy to Delia Associates. His impact has been immediate, and we are very excited about the contributions he will continue to make to our rapidly growing company.”
Prior to joining Delia Associates, Taylor served as Digital Project Management Lead for Coyne PR, where he worked with teams to develop project workflows for a variety of client assignments including websites, mobile apps, digital, and search marketing programs. Taylor’s 10 years of experience includes project management roles of increasing leadership and responsibility with Information Experts, The Hobart Group, and Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.
Taylor holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute, and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) designation from the Scrum Alliance. He is a graduate of Susquehanna University with a BS in Business Administration.
Upon joining Delia Associates, Taylor commented, “This is a great team of talented professionals who take great pride in their work, and are highly dedicated to the firm’s clients. I’m grateful for the opportunity to join a thriving company with such a rich history, and contribute my project management skills toward our continued success.”
In addition to project management, Taylor has a passion for vintage cars. He is a board member of the Califon Classic Car Show. He also donates his time as Marketing Director for the David D. Hammar Foundation, an organization that promotes bicycle safety for children.