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Scientists proposed an idea for cooling the planet in the 1960’s – mimicking volcanos by flying sulphuric acid particles into the stratosphere to reflect back some of the sun’s rays. Although it might work, understandably, lack of public acceptance has prevented further study. A refresh of the idea, using technically-advanced organic and biodegradable particles may be possible. Taylor is a Managing Partner at Cotor, Inc., helping corporations create technical solutions to business problems. Previously, Taylor was Co-Founder and CEO of San Francisco based innovation practice, Milsal McCaull. Under her leadership, the company’s clients included a diverse portfolio, from startups to the world’s largest corporations.


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Taylor Milsal

Taylor Milsal

Taylor is a Managing Partner at Cotor, Inc., helping corporations create technical solutions to business problems. Taylor manages business partnerships and technology development.

Previously, Taylor was Co-Founder and CEO of San Francisco based innovation practice, Milsal McCaull. Under her leadership, the company’s clients included a diverse portfolio, from startups to the world’s largest corporations.

Taylor has orchestrated over $500M in transactions for projects including megawatt-scale alternative energy installations and SaaS solutions for corporate clients and major retailers. She also founded Zephyr, a mechanical engineering and design firm, with clients including Apple and HP. She has led and collaborated on future initiatives for leading healthcare organizations. She serves as a mentor for the Thiel Fellowship and Founder Institute. She is also an investor in early stage biotech companies.

Taylor also co-founded and produced the first TEDx. Her hobby is collecting the world’s brightest people around a dinner table to share ideas.