Taylor A. Stockemer has been chosen to be a part of the 2019 class of “20 in Their 20s: The New Influentials” presented by Arkansas Business. The annual list was created to recognize the youngest business and community leaders who are still in their 20s.
Taylor is an associate in the firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group where he is working with individuals, companies and financial institutions in general business, transactional and regulatory matters.
He earned his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law. Prior to law school, Taylor obtained his Master of Business Administration with honors from Arkansas State University. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Arkansas State in 2011.
Arkansas Business wrote about Taylor:
Stockemer is continually looking for opportunities to invest back into the community through his career. He played a role in a recent $70 million investment in the peanut industry in northeast Arkansas that will create more than 125 jobs. And because of his experience with athletics, Stockemer uses sports as a way to mentor youth. He is a volunteer coach for the fifth- and sixth-grade football team at Little Rock Christian Academy and helped with the Little Rock DC Wonder Woman run.”
Stockemer lives by the same wisdom that he imparts to those whom he mentors: “Never stop learning. Discover a path that you may be opposed to or may not be comfortable with, because you might end up in a different scenario than you ever thought you would be in and enjoy it a lot.”