Troi Taylor - President
troi@tcm-llc.com


Troi is President and a founding member at TCM.  With more than 15-years of progressive executive project management experience on an international platform, Troi is responsible for project oversight and client engagement.  A native of Southeast Houston, Troi obtained an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from Prairie View A&M University and a MBA from the University of Houston-Victoria. He is an active contributor to the business community – holding Position 3 for Mayor Annise Parker’s Office of Business Opportunity (OBO) Advisory Board.  Additionally, Troi is the current Chair for the Houston Minority Supplier Development Council’s (HMSDC) Golf Scholarship Committee that recently raised more than $90K for minority business enterprise (MBE) development scholarships. Today, Troi and Kelley are managing (8) project managers with the goal of adding 100% growth to the staff count by the end of year 2015.  Troi believes that anything is possible with faith and hard work.


Kelley Taylor - Chief Executive Officer
kelley@tcm-llc.com


As founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Kelley Taylor oversees the growth and operational relationships associated with TCM.  She brings with her a 17-year track record that includes providing talent acquisition consulting and leading special projects at multiple Fortune 100 firms in the USA.  Kelley obtained an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, a MBA from Prairie View A&M University, and the professional in human resources (PHR) certification.  Now, that same experience has helped TCM provide local project management expertise on a global scale.  Since its inception, TCM has continued to provide project management leadership to private firms in China and has previously provided those same services to firms in Vietnam and Germany.  TCM has grown annual revenue by 300% and is currently managing more than $500M in construction project costs in Texas alone.  Kelley has never allowed a fear of failure to cause her to avoid a challenge.  Today, TCM stands positioned to alleviate the misnomer that emerging minority businesses cannot grow capacity and ultimately compete as a prime firm.  In her spare time, Kelley enjoys traveling, exercising, and reading novels.


Meet the Team!