Christa Taylor is the CEO of DotTBA
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Christa Taylor is the CEO of DotTBA. Passionate about new gTLDs and their impact on the internet, she provides financial expertise to applicants on their business plans, contention set analyses and business valuations. She is adept at interpreting corporate visions, analyzing business plans and transforming them into flexible financial models for a multitude of stakeholders. Christa is no stranger to the internet industry having been the President and CFO of Poker.com Inc. She has spent over ten years as a financial professional to numerous online organizations including public companies, non-profit organizations and start-up ventures. Christa is a designated Certified Management Accountant who also holds a Bachelor of Technology and a Masters in Business Administration. Christa enjoys wildlife photography and is a supporter of wildlife conservation. To contact Christa please email Christa (at) dottba.com or go to www.dottba.com.
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