Stands Out for Exemplary Hospitality to THRIVE’s Member Community
October 17, 2022 09:29 AM Eastern Daylight Time
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–THRIVE | Coworking, a flexible workspace solution with a commitment to philanthropy and community involvement, today announced Regional Community Manager Taylor Hagan won the 2022 Global Workspace Association’s Community Manager of the Year Award. Competing against applicants from across the United States — from global firms to small, independent coworking spaces — Taylor had a huge impact on the THRIVE member community, demonstrating exemplary hospitality.
“Taylor is being recognized for what we already know: He is passionate about his work, anticipates what his community members need, and knows how to make them all feel important”Tweet this
“Taylor is being recognized for what we already know: He is passionate about his work, anticipates what his community members need, and knows how to make them all feel important,” says THRIVE Co-founder and CEO Ramon Gonzalez. “It’s all part of the mission and vision of THRIVE to create a positive impact in each city we serve, and Taylor is the perfect example of that.”
The Global Workspace Association is on the leading edge of workspace best practices and trends. The organization launched its Annual Community Manager Awards to recognize and honor those individuals who go above and beyond to make a difference in their member community. Unlike typical awards, there is not a list of challenges or required certifications. Awards are dependent on hearing from community members where the manager serves.
“I am beyond grateful for this honor and appreciate the GWA award committee for taking the time to get to know, highlight and value each candidate,” says Taylor. “I am also thankful to my THRIVE | Coworking family and I’m so excited to see what the next year brings.”
After leading an adventurous life that included owning a coffee business in Nepal, managing an insurance office, and being a social worker, Taylor landed at THRIVE just over a year ago. He received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Liberty University, and is currently responsible for overseeing THRIVE locations in Alpharetta, Milton and Canton, Georgia, Charleston, South Carolina, Holly Springs, North Carolina and Columbus, Ohio.
As Regional Community Manager, Taylor is training and leading THRIVE’s next group of community managers. In this role, he will continue to promote the company’s vision by working to develop workspaces with a healthy work/life balance that enrich, excite and inspire, while also being a committed community partner.
THRIVE is designed for anyone looking for a new way to work in a professional, collaborative and fun atmosphere, located in vibrant, walkable neighborhoods close to shops and restaurants. In addition, THRIVE works directly with companies to create the hybrid work locations they need, exactly where they want them — with all the amenities, convenience and culture employees desire.
THRIVE | Coworking and the 501(c)(3) THRIVE | Initiative — collectively known as THRIVE — are a groundbreaking workplace/social engagement concept that melds stylish, conveniently located coworking spaces with philanthropy and community involvement. Partnering with civic and economic-development leaders, THRIVE helps stimulate local economies, driving business to nearby retailers.
Provides freelancers, entrepreneurs and enterprises a remote workspace for the contemporary, hybrid workforce. The curated culture features scheduled events and outings, 24/7/365 access, and monthly catered meals and happy hours in vibrant, walkable neighborhoods.
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