Employer Community Outreach Programs
These tests help identify risk factors and make employees aware of their current health
Health specialists work one-on-one with employees to provide support and accountability to ensure progress and monitoring
Motivation techniques to get your employees to participate and actively engage in appropriate wellness programs
Area Health Initiatives Programs
Our Active Community Wellness Initiatives are designed to empower and encourage participants to gain more health benefits by engaging in physical activities.
Nutrition Education Workshops such as culinary classes, smart shopping techniques, food selection & preparation are some of the ways we show our clients how to use Food as Medicine.
Promoting edible garden preparation, planting, and harvesting within the residential and community setting ensure access to fresh vegetables while helping to eliminate food deserts.
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1300 Mercantile Lane, Ste 129-21, Largo, Maryland 20774, United States
Mr. Gregory Taylor is the founder of Taylored 4 Life and Vibrant Health and Wellness Foundation. The foundation is a nonprofit 501(c) organization. Gregory has over thirty years of leadership experience within the Department of Defense and the technology industry. He served eight years on the Maryland State Governor Advisory Council on Physical Fitness, he was also a consultant to the Maryland Medical Society (MEDCHI). Mr. Taylor is the producer of “Think and Stay Fit: Men Over 40” video. Whilst at Taylored 4 Life; a health, wellness, and fitness consulting firm; he hosted and produced conferences, videos, and presented at wellness workshops.
Gregory uses his experience in life to spread his passion for health and fitness. He is a former US Army Paratrooper. He has taught military/civilian boot camp classes and obtained several certifications in fitness and wellness.
Mr. Taylor is a PhD student of Holistic Nutrition, received his graduate degree at Maryland University College, and advanced graduate training at the National Defense University, Army Staff Management College. He received his MBA certificate from Virginia Tech. Gregory is trained in Group Facilitation and holds a graduate level certificate in Health and Wellness Coaching from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. Gregory also has graduate certificates in Nutrition for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention from USC Graduate School of Nursing, Stanford Living Well Chronic Disease and Diabetes Support Management Leadership program, Harvard School of Lifestyle Medicine, and MIT Systems Health. Gregory is a member of the certified John Maxwell Speaking, Training, and Coaching team. Personal: Gregory is an avid cyclist, hiker, and rower; has competed in military bench press competitions, marathons (26.2 mile), and ultra-marathon runs (50 to 100 miles), as well as completed cycling the entire C&O Canal.
Dr. Tate began her career as a home economics teacher, she then went on to change her profession focus to on dietetics. Dr. Tate has served on local health committees and advisory boards. She promotes and spreads awareness about the diabetes prevention through the Center for Disease Control National Diabetes Prevention Program. She is a passionate about plant-base diets, diabetes self-management, cancer prevention, and chronic disease management.
Grace has experience in both corporate and non-profit sectors as a program manager. She has 12 years of experience as a wellness facilitator, in which she enabled others to meet their wellness goals and flourish. Grace has developed programs to improve awareness and engagement in services. She partners with community organizations to provide superior support. Her background in psychology and coaching enable her to transcend age and cultural differences when working with clients.