Dylan Taylor – Executive and Thought Leader in the Commercial Space Industry

Dylan Taylor currently serves as chairman and CEO of Denver, Colorado-based Voyager Space Holdings, Inc. The privately held company has built up a global presence in the acquisition and vertical alignment of businesses involved in various aspects of space exploration. Previously, Dylan Taylor was the global president of Colliers International, a multi-billion-dollar international real estate and investment management firm. He has also established himself as an internationally known writer, speaker, thought leader, angel investor, and philanthropist. 

Mr. Taylor’s career history includes his innovations in manufacturing for the space industry, as well as his leadership in increasing the private sector’s space exploration capabilities. He made history when he became the first private citizen to have one of his company’s items manufactured in space. In 2017, crew members aboard the International Space Station used a 3-D printer to make a copy of a gravity meter he helped design. As an investor, he has directed funding to early-stage innovations in dozens of start-up companies that include Kepler, Planet, Accion, and Made in Space. 

In addition, Dylan Taylor established the nonprofit organization Space for Humanity in 2017. The group focuses on democratizing access to space exploration and solving critical problems that affect humanity by expanding space-based education and public awareness.

Mr. Taylor is a co-founding patron of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation and an advisor on strategic priorities to the Arch Mission Foundation, which works to archive collective human knowledge for the benefit of future generations. He has written and published widely on the topic of space exploration and is a sought-after speaker at industry events and in public forums. He has also appeared as a regular guest on networks such as CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg News.

In 2011, the World Economic Forum named Dylan Taylor a Young Global Leader. In 2014, the Aspen Institute designated him a Henry Crown Fellow.

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