Taylor Oliver holds an impressive list of accomplishments and honors to his name. Currently he serves as Senior Director, General Manager Chicago for Flexport.
He is also an avid football fan, often refereeing Premier League matches and supporting QPR as an avid supporter.
Prior to joining UMBC: Oliver amassed eight goals and one assist while amassing five ground balls over her two seasons as a Buff. She made her collegiate debut during their 19-0 win against Presbyterian on March 2.
Early Life and Education
Taylor was an exceptional athlete as a child. She excelled at basketball and even had the chance to play in Madison Square Garden! However, Taylor struggled academically due to insufficient SAT scores to qualify for certain schools.
She decided on family medicine as her career, a field which combines multiple fields of study and allows her to positively affect patient families as a whole. Not only does she practice as a doctor but she also teaches.
Taylor enjoys cooking for her friends, traveling and making puppy noises with her rescue dog in her free time. She’s an athletic tomboy with blonde hair, green eyes, fluttery heart and an incessant passion for life! Currently dating Trip, though their relationship has its ups and downs.
Oliver also runs his own video game business where he assists individuals in developing and running their games. Additionally, he has experience as a Tier 2 support technician for America Online with more than 25 years of service to the industry.
Taylor previously spent two seasons playing for the University of Colorado as their reserve attack player, amassing eight goals, one assist and five ground balls over those seasons. Taylor made her college debut against Presbyterian 19-0 that year.
Oliver, an unashamed fan of Newcastle United, regularly attends games at St James’ Park and drinks in its pubs; making no attempt to influence games in favour of his beloved club.
Achievement and Honors
Oliver earned numerous accolades as a long-distance runner, becoming one of Canada’s best. Additionally, he mentored top-level athletes while helping Purdue University’s cross country program achieve record success.
At her university, Oliver led her men’s team to three consecutive NCAA Championship appearances since 1948; winning the Big Ten championship and being honored as coach of the year for 2021.
Oliver excelled at Holland Patent High School in lacrosse as a four-year letter winner on defense and earned all-league recognition both years. She also participated in field hockey team activities. Oliver earned membership to National Honor Society, was part of field hockey squad activities, competed in 2nd Fonteyn Nureyev Young Dancers Competition Senior Level heats for Wales & South West England Heat in 2006 and appeared on Ready Steady Cook television show.
Taylor is an avid reader and enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as exercising and traveling. Currently she resides in Chicago area with her spouse Tori Sizemore.
Oliver served primarily as chair of the Physics Department and collaborated closely with several research labs such as Naval Research Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Maryland, NASA Bell Laboratories and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Additionally he held positions as radiology faculty member as well as Radiation Safety Officer of his university for fifteen years.
He has performed in numerous theatre productions throughout Paignton and Devon where he trained at Buckingham Dance Studios. Additionally, he competed in Fonteyn Nureyev Young Dancers competition (Senior level). Furthermore, he was featured on a BBC dance show.
According to Meaww, Kinney earns approximately $8 Million each year thanks to his acting work on Chicago Fire. Additionally, his TikTok channel serves as an effective way of raising awareness for Williams Syndrome and bullying online.
His personal life remains confidential; however, it has been speculated on that he may have experienced brief relationships which remain unknown to many.
Foo Fighters, an eight studio album rock band formed in 1997 by Taylor Hawkins, has released eight studio albums since that time. Additionally, Hawkins also runs his own side music project called Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders. Taylor Hawkins married Alison Hawkins, with whom they had three children together: Oliver Shane, Annabelle, and Everleigh; however, Taylor Hawkins passed away suddenly at 50 in March 2022, having amassed an estimated net worth of $40 Million at that time.