Taylor Nichols was appointed Deputy Attorney General for the Office of Information Technology on November 1, 2017, and brings extensive governmental and legal expertise to the agency.
Mr. Nichols previously served as Policy Analyst for Governor Bob Riley and Deputy Chief of Staff to Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey. Prior to joining OIT, he served as counsel for the Alabama Department of Commerce.
Taylor has a Juris Doctor, Master of Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Alabama and serves on the Advisory Board for UA’s Blackburn Institute.
Taylor is a native of Tuscaloosa. He and his wife Whitney have two children.