Taos Wynn ’04 is a humanitarian, entrepreneur and innovator recognized for his commitment to building stronger communities domestically and abroad. He graduated from Emory University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics with a concentration in finance.
Taos currently serves as chief executive officer at Perfect Love Foundation, a nonprofit he founded and built in 2011. The mission of the organization is to create hope and provoke people to love through five social causes: community care, erasing division, rescue and relief, compassion for kids and defeating disadvantages. Professionally, Taos has received multiple certifications in Lean Six Sigma, a collaborative methodology to improve performance, and project management disciplines.
Taos is an advocate for equal rights and the promotion of unity, bringing people together for meaningful dialogue and the betterment of communities. He is a member of the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Cobb Collaborative Council for Homelessness. Taos has been recognized on the national and state levels, winning honors such as the Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteer Service presented by the Office of the President of the United States and the Corporation for National and Community Service. He has also received leadership and humanitarian awards.
Taos’s mission is to continue as a servant leader, bettering communities, protecting human rights and being a voice for the people. Taos has a daughter who inspires him to make a difference in the lives of others.