Everette Taylor is firmly and creatively planting his feet in the world of marketing and entrepreneurship. He is founder and CEO of MilliSense (named after his mother Millicent) and leads growth and marketing for new projects at Microsoft. Throughout his career, Taylor has maintained a strong track record of helping companies grow through creative data-driven marketing. He has been called a "marketing genius" by Forbes, a "marketing star" by Fortune Magazine, a "visionary businessman" by The Huffington Post, and "an innovator who's changing the consumer marketing game" by Black Enterprise.

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Taylor formerly served as Chief Marketing Officer for the popular e-commerce company Sticker Mule where revenue increased over 40 percent during his tenure and website traffic more than doubled. He also started the business website GrowthHackers with renown entrepreneur Sean Ellis and led marketing for the platform, taking it from zero to a thriving community that catapults the ideas and strategies of today's marketers to help them think outside of the box and establish their value in the industry. With 10 years of experience in the marketing field, Taylor has worked with numerous other brands such as celebrity author Neil Strauss, Qualaroo, United Way, Hired, etc.

His interest stretches far beyond just business. Taylor is a supporter of initiatives like CODE2040 and Wonder Women Tech which aim to bring more diversity and gender equality to the technology industries and the M.A. Lee Scholarship Fund helping young high school graduates afford to go to college. Taylor himself hands out college scholarships to struggling students to help them pay for school and buy books. He is a major supporter of the March of Dimes Foundation, raising money for children with birth defects and participates in numerous mentoring programs. He also partners with NFL Player Brandian Ross on the clothing line Unity Over Self to help raise money for children with autism. Taylor unapologetically stands up for his beliefs, being a champion for diversity and equality within the tech space along with actively voicing his opinion on social issues.