Tran Taylor

    Tran Taylor
    Chief Human Resources Officer

    Taylor brings more than 25 years of experience to Blucora, having spent much of his career transforming human resources departments within dynamic, high-growth business environments. He joined Blucora after nearly four years as the Chief Human Resources Officer with Mr.Cooper/Nationstar, six years as Chief People Officer at Travelocity, and three years as the Executive VP of Human Resources at Alliance Data. Taylor’s earlier experience also includes roles with Home Depot, Raytheon Telecommunications and Westinghouse. He holds a master’s degree in public administration from West Virginia University and has served as an active member of the Human Resources Policy Institute and Corporate Leadership Council.

    Mike Hogan

      Mike Hogan
      President of Tax-Smart Innovation

      Mike Hogan is responsible for driving the company’s cross-platform vision and strategy for innovation, including how to best capitalize on the significant tax-smart opportunities seen ahead. Most recently with GameStop, where he was Executive Vice President of Strategic Business and Brand Development, Hogan helped transform the company to a diversified retail business to include digital gaming, technology brands and licensed collectibles. His career also includes having held senior management roles at Dean Foods as the Chief Marketing Officer and Frito-Lay as Vice President of U.S. and then International Marketing.

      Curtis Campbell

        Curtis Campbell
        President of TaxAct

        Campbell brings more than 20 years of technology industry experience. Most recently as the Managing Vice President for Capital One’s Consumer Auto business division where he was responsible for setting business vision and strategy, while delivering exceptional experiences for consumers and dealers. Prior to Capital One, Campbell served in a variety of executive roles at Intuit, including leading Product, Innovation, Strategy and Analytics in the tax space. Prior to Intuit, Campbell held several positions of increasing responsibility at Amazon Web Services, Dell and HP. Under his leadership, Amazon Web Services launched over 200 new services, helping to make Amazon the top provider of cloud services worldwide.