Oakland mayoral candidate profile: Loren Taylor
Loren Taylor is a third-generation Oaklander where he is now raising his own family. He is an engineer with an MBA from UC Berkeley and the founder of Custom Taylored Solutions, a consulting firm that works with non-profits and small businesses in Oakland. Taylor is endorsed by all three mayors of the biggest Bay Area cities, Oakland’s Libby Schaff, San Francisco’s London breed and San Jose’s Sam Liccardo.
Watch the video to hear her conversation with KRON4’s Ella Sogomonian about how he would tackle the issues.
Former S.F. Mayor Willie Brown weighs in with endorsement in Oakland mayor’s race
“Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has endorsed Loren Taylor Monday to be Oakland’s next mayor.
Taylor ‘represents the best shot for Oakland,’ Brown told The Chronicle Monday.
San Francisco Chronicle Endorsement: Loren Taylor for Oakland mayor
Our Editorial Board interviewed six top candidates for this endorsement. Of those, Loren Taylor, a council member for District Six, stood out as particularly thoughtful. A former business consultant and biomedical engineer, he’s committed to transparency and the equitable distribution of city resources.
East Bay Times and Mercury News Editorial Board Endorses Loren Taylor for Oakland Mayor
“Taylor is the standout….An Oakland native, he is a biomedical engineer and management consultant with an MBA. He left the corporate world to launch a consulting firm serving nonprofits and small businesses. His compassionate, thoughtful and measured approach combined with his keen analytical skills are exactly what Oakland needs for its top elected leader.”
Oakland mayor’s race: an interview with candidate Loren Taylor
Taylor, who is giving up his D6 Council seat to run for mayor, said he’ll continue the reimagining public safety process and establish a City Hall East.
Amidst Troubling Levels of Violence In Oakland, Councilmembers Treva Reid And Loren Taylor Move To Revisit OPD’s Automated License Plate Reader Use Policy
To combat the city’s growing public safety crisis, this morning, East Oakland Councilmembers Treva Reid and Loren Taylor moved for the full Council to revisit Oakland Police Department’s (OPD’s) Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) service use policy.