Taylie Jackson Carlson
- Licensed Insurance Agent
- tcarlson [at] laramieinvestment [dot] com
- Direct: 307-742-2103
I was born in St. George, Utah, and have lived everywhere between Zion and the Smoky Mountains. I grew up in Nevada, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and Tennessee and finally settled in Laramie in 2004. After high school graduation in 2009, I attended the University of Wyoming as a student-athlete and studied Business Administration with a concentration in hospitality. Before joining Laramie Investment, I worked for Hilton Hotels as an operations manager in Laramie, Las Vegas, and Chicago. I moved back to Laramie in 2016 to join my dad at the firm.
I met my husband, Nick, during our time at the University of Wyoming. We have been married since 2015 and now share a beautiful daughter named Tessa. I enjoy cooking, traveling, and attending concerts, and I recently became semi-addicted to card games. I love showing my daughter the places I love traveling to; most recently, we took her to New York City and New Orleans (my favorite place). I love trying local cuisine wherever we visit and learning about the cultural influences of that region's food. Maybe I watch Anthony Bourdain too much?
I love working in a place that is essentially my second home. My coworkers are some of the best in the biz and have become great friends. It's more of an emotional attachment for me as I sit in my office that once belonged to my dad, grandfather, and great-grandfather. I have big shoes to fill and hope to make my family, coworkers, and community proud.
Favorite Season: Wyoming Spring & Fall. I'm a sucker for rain storms and tailgating - I mean football - season!
Beverage of Choice: Cabernet or Diet Coke
Books or Movies: Both, coincidentally, my favorite book (Where the Crawdads Sing) and movie (Steel Magnolias), take place down south.
Favorite Quote: " Drink good wine, make good coffee. Make a life so good that you ain't gotta live it twice. Go on and make a good living, girl, but don't forget to make a good life" - Hailey Whitters