Team Member Spotlight: Aryn Taylor
Posted by Incserv
June 14, 2023
At Incserv, our people are what make the difference – and we’re excited to introduce the folks that make this place special. Each quarter, we’ll profile an Incserv team member, sharing a little bit about what they do, how they got here and what matters to them outside the world of incorporating services. In this installment, we sit down with registered agent specialist, Aryn Taylor.
Appreciate you taking the time, Aryn. Let’s hear about what you do at Incserv.
Happy to. So I’ve been with Incserv for a little more than two years now. I’m a registered agent (RA) specialist. For the last six months or so, I’ve been focused on our RA services, pulling reports from the state [of Delaware], auditing them against what’s in our system and making sure everything is accurate. It’s a lot of fact finding, but I really like it. It’s a lot of fun.
Where were you prior to Incserv?
I was actually in Connecticut. I moved down here in 2021. I was really drawn to the change of pace. Instead of living in what is essentially New York City extended, you get a minute to breathe here.
And workwise, it was pretty much a 180. Before I found Incserv, I was in healthcare for
both humans and animals. I worked two jobs, one at Quest Diagnostics, the other in a 24-hour emergency animal hospital. But there
was a lot that applies to the work I’m doing now. All three are fast-paced environments and data intense.
And so how’d you find Incserv?
Sort of by accident, I guess! I saw the role on Indeed, thought it sounded interesting and applied. [Incserv president] Stacey [Melnick] reached out and here we are.
How about outside of the office?
I’m definitely a homebody, but I have lots of creative interests. Back in Connecticut, my sisters and I would submit works to Stamford Downtown’s “Art in Public Places” initiative. One year it was horses, another it was dinosaurs. Another was pianos. My piano was titled “Sound of Color.” I’m also a published author and am currently working on a fantasy series.
That’s awesome. Does any of that tie back to your work at Incserv?
You’d think not, but getting creative is a big part of my job and who we are as a company. We’re always working to solve challenges, and more often than not, that requires new ideas.
Well said, Aryn. Thanks again for taking the time to chat.