Conserving our planet's botanical resources and ecosystems

TREE welcomes Taylor Jamrok

Please welcome our first TREE student leadership fellow. Taylor is our first student officer for TREE, as part of our new outreach to educate young people about non-profit management. Welcome, Taylor.

Taylor Jamrok graduated from New College of Florida in 2009 after studying environmental issues, sustainable development, economics and business. His final thesis combined many of these interests as he organized a team of developers to produce energy conservation software that would increase the efficiency of computer networks by eliminating corporate costs and carbon footprints. His interests in computer technologies also includes web design, programming, and graphic design. After founding the Jamrok Consulting Group during his senior year of high school, Taylor has worked with numerous clients in Sarasota and his hometown of Florence, South Carolina. Here he was directly involved with the technical development of the Pee Dee Land Trust, helped establish an Internet-based tracking system for threatened raptor species, and has worked closely with various nonprofit organizations.Taylor enjoys hiking and kayaking at local state parks, exploring speleological sites in the southeast and cooking fresh foods grown in his backyard organic garden. He is currently a supervisor at a local branch of the Department of Commerce and the new Vice President of Development for TREE.