Ronnee R. Taylor '69

Ronnee Taylor served two terms on the Libraries board from 2004 until 2010.  During her tenure, she was chair of the Nominating Committee, then chair of the Board during the Board’s transition from a ‘Friends of the Library’ group to a recognized Dean’s advisory board. While a student at William & Mary, Ronnee was involved in orchestra and theater as well as honorary literary and music societies. A favorite memory is playing quartets by candlelight at the Capitol – in colonial dress!

Ronnee graduated from William & Mary with a B.A. in English and went on to obtain a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications from the Medill School at Northwestern University.  During her professional career, Ronnee managed Marketing and Research/Analytic teams for diverse industries including consumer package goods, banking and private equity investing. Ronnee’s husband, Jim, is also a William & Mary alumnus from the class of 1969 and is the current chair of the Olde Guarde Council. Ronnee and Jim spend part of their time on Virginia’s Northern Neck. Ronnee serves as an Advisor to the Board of Historic Christ Church (1735) & Museum in Irvington, VA, where she is a docent and chairs the ‘Readers’ book group.