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Forsyth County Creates New Position to Serve as Liaison to Residents and Community

Forsyth County Communications and External Affairs announced that Taylor Hall will serve in the newly created position of Community Communications Coordinator. In this role, Hall will manage the County’s community outreach activities and be a dedicated resource within the County government for residents and community groups alike.

As Forsyth County increases in size and diversity, she will focus on new ways of engaging residents and stakeholders to ensure the County is accessible and responsive to all. 

“Forsyth County is always striving to find new ways to serve our residents and to understand their needs and concerns,” said County Manager Kevin Tanner. “We are excited for Taylor to hit the ground running and help us engage more closely with the community.”

Previously, Hall has served in the position of manager of government affairs for Terminus South and fundraising events coordinator for War Room Strategies.

Hall is a graduate of the University of North Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Communications.



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