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Spencer Taylor

Spencer Taylor has served as the Nutrition Services Executive Director for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) since October 2012. At MNPS , Taylor oversees the operations of 138 production sites that serve approximately 12 million meals annually.

Spencer Taylor

Spencer Taylor has served as the Nutrition Services Executive Director for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) since October 2012. At MNPS , Taylor oversees the operations of 138 production sites that serve approximately 12 million meals annually.

Prior to working at MNPS, he spent 13 years with Birmingham City Schools in Alabama as the Child Nutrition Operations Coordinator for two years and another 11 years as the Child Nutrition Director. Other previous work includes time spent as a clinical registered dietitian (in hemodialysis), restaurant manager, and college foodservice manager (his foodservice management experience spans over 23 years).

Taylor is currently a commissioned officer of the US Army Reserve (Major). His education includes a B.S. in Home Economics from Berea College (1990) and a M.S. in Community Nutrition from Eastern Kentucky University (1998). Additionally, Taylor has been a registered dietitian since 1998 and belongs to the following professional organizations: School Nutrition Association, School Food FOCUS, Academy of American Dietetics, American Public Health Association, and American Society for Nutrition.


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