Barb Larson Taylor ’93

Alumni and Administrator

Assistant to the President for Special Projects in President's Office

Barb Larson Taylor, originally from Bloomington, MN, earned her BA from Gustavus Adolphus College in 1993 with a major in organizational management.  Upon graduation, she worked at Wells Fargo and served as a Class Agent for Gustavus.

In 1994 when Cecil Eckhoff retired and Randall Stuckey was promoted to become director of Alumni Relations, Barb returned to her alma mater to serve as assistant director.

In 2008, Barb took the position of assistant to the President for special projects.  The three most significant projects she has worked on include serving as executive director for Commission Gustavus 150, main point person for the Sesquicentennial planning process, and the coordinator for the new National Advisory Boards.

Barb has served as co-adviser for the Guild of St. Lucia since 1996.

In the fall of 1996 she became head resident of Wahlstrom Hall and in 2002 moved to Pittman Hall where she served as a head resident until 2012.

Barb has two sons, Kirby and Anders.

Education

B.A. Gustavus Adolphus College 1993 - Management Major