Taylor Yewell

Chief of Development

Phone: 301-885-1340, x2200

Taylor Yewell serves as the Chief of Development with the Economic Development Department. His responsibilities include managing the County’s redevelopment efforts in the Waldorf urban corridor, working with local, state, and federal agencies to promote redevelopment and transit services for Charles County, and identifying and developing resources for a civic center in the County. He also assists with revitalization efforts underway in the Towns of Indian Head and La Plata.

Bringing to the Department years of experience in management and consulting, Mr. Yewell has worked on a broad range of public and private real estate and economic development projects throughout the U.S. His expertise spans transit-oriented development, neighborhood and community revitalization, market and financial feasibility analysis, highest and best use studies, effective public/private partnerships, implementation strategies, fiscal and economic impact analysis and economic development planning. Prior to his career in economic development consulting, Mr. Yewell was the manager of Economic Development at Washington Gas, a major public utility serving the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Mr. Yewell has a Master of Real Estate degree from Johns Hopkins University.

Outside of work, Mr. Yewell is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys sailing, equestrian activities and spending time with his family. He is married with three grown children.

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