2012 Pillar Award Finalist: Craig Taylor, president and CEO, InfoCision Management Corp.

Craig Taylor, President and CEO, InfoCision Management Corp.

InfoCision Management Corp. President and CEO Craig Taylor promotes a culture that emphasizes the importance of corporations and individuals giving back to their communities. Under his leadership, InfoCision raises more funds for nonprofit organizations than any other company in the teleservices industry, and its employees actively support its client organizations at the local level with donations of time and money.

In 2011, corporate and employee efforts resulted in approximately $150,000 in donations to charitable organizations in the company’s and its clients’ communities. These include the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross and March of Dimes, among others.

One of its biggest contributions went to the American Cancer Society. In addition to being a sponsor of the American Cancer Society’s Cattle Baron Ball, InfoCison has also participated in the Relay for Life over the past 12 years and held its own corporate event since 2009. Chief of Staff Steve Brubaker is a member of the local board of directors for the organization and has also received the prestigious Hope Award, given to those who have shown a dedication to finding a cure.

InfoCision employees make a difference volunteering for many nonprofit organizations, including the Feed The Children Food Drive, the American Heart Association Heart Walk and the March of Dimes March for Babies.

The company makes a particular effort for the Salvation Army, which is has been involved with for more than 13 years. Annually, more than 50 employees man four locations for one day for the Red Kettle Campaign and in 2011 collected more than $1,100.

Employees also sponsored children in the Angel Tree program, which provides multiple Christmas presents for each sponsored child. Brubaker also serves on the local chapter’s board of directors and chairs the community awareness committee.


How to reach: InfoCision Management Corp., (330) 668-1400 or www.infocision.com