Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”
– Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Taylor Goss

Senior Associate, Client Services

Taylor supports clients in creating effective and meaningful patient and stakeholder partnerships to help further shared objectives. Taylor applies her understanding of research methodology, training in bioethics, and experience working with patients and providers to offer clients with innovative, data-driven strategies to encompass the patient voice throughout all steps of drug development and commercialization.

Prior to joining VOZ, Taylor worked in Patient Engagement and Government Relations at a small biopharma company specializing in rare neurologic therapeutic areas and served on the Board of Directors of a diversity and inclusion-focused non-profit aiming to support women and minority groups in the medical profession. She has also worked in clinical support roles in hospitals and out-patient care settings, cared for children with rare diseases through her time at a Serious Fun camp, and has led public health research projects on opioid use disorder, menstrual equity social movements, and young adult and adolescent male health behaviors.

Taylor holds Bachelor degrees in Biomedical Sciences and Health Sciences from the University of Central Florida and a Master’s degree in Public Health from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, where she focused on Health Policy & Management and Comparative Effectiveness Outcomes Research. She is currently seeking a Master of Bioethics from Harvard Medical School.