Jeff Mosley Joins Hollenbach-Oakley as COO/General Counsel
Jeff Mosley has joined Hollenbach Oakley Development as chief operating officer and general counsel. Mosley graduated from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., where he received a degree in politics, and received his law degree from the University of Louisville Law School.
Mosley was an associate at Mosley, Clare & Townes from 1990-1997. He went on to work for the Commonwealth of Kentucky for 16 years, serving under Gov. Paul Patton, Gov. Ernie Fletcher and Gov. Steve Beshear from 1997-2013. Mosley has served as the general counsel for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy, the Workforce Development Cabinet, the Education Cabinet and the Finance and Administration Cabinet.
From 2013-2020, Mosley worked for Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government. He served as the deputy chief of Louisville Forward and as general counsel for LMG. He was the project lead on the negotiations and implementation of the Omni hotel project, the soccer stadium, Colonial Gardens and Louisville Slugger Field.
Ben Taylor, PE, joins Hollenbach Oakley’s Development Team
Ben Taylor graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering. Taylor is a registered professional engineer (P. E.) in Kentucky with experience in building mechanical, electric and plumbing systems.
Prior to joining Hollenbach Oakley, Taylor worked at a national consulting engineering firm that specialized in high-performance building design with a concentration on sustainable design practices, including geothermal systems and solar energy. Taylor managed clients in the higher education, health care, government and food service sectors. Taylor will serve as a project manager for Hollenbach-Oakley.