Taylor Landesman as Lawson's new Vice President.
Ben says, "Taylor represents the next generation in our family business. Overall, Taylor Landesman brings to Lawson a knowledge of the industry, sense of innovation and a passion for strong customer service." Taylor will be assisting with the operations of the business. In addition, he is to lead the strategic growth team for its screen and digital printing equipment. Taylor states, "It is an honor and thrill to be back at Lawson, a company my grandfather started in 1949. It is a delight to be the third generation of Landesman entering the screen printing industry. My previous analytical and managerial experience will help me continue Lawson's pioneering tradition of offering innovative products that are simple to use, maintain, and are affordable for every type of screen and digital printer."
Taylor received his B.A. in Sociology from Fordham University (Bronx, New York) where he, in fact, captained the Division I water polo team and was a Scholar Athlete. He went on to earn his J.D. from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, MO. During his time at Wash U he was an editor on the Journal of Law and Policy. Taylor has spent the last four years working as an attorney for the State of Illinois. His specialty is in the field of insurance and pension regulation. As a matter of fact, he represented the State in administrative and court proceedings, negotiations, and investigations. Taylor, a St. Louis native, spent time living in New York and Chicago but now calls St. Louis home. Taylor is an avid soccer fan. He volunteers with various legal aid organizations, and is on the Professional's Counsel of the Shriver Center National Center on Poverty Law.