About Me

Taylor Nelson is an environmental communications professional who works with the general public to promote conservation, local sustainability, and environmental education efforts.

Taylor knows the importance of our environment and how we must protect and conserve it not only for ourselves, but for future generations. Through his work, Taylor shares his knowledge and passion with others so they too can understand how essential the environment is in our daily lives.

Taylor has worked for several mid-sized marketing agencies, an education-focused intentional community in Oregon, the Texas Trees Foundation nonprofit in Dallas, the Take Care of Texas Program under the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, as well as Texas Disposal Systems. He built his foundation in public relations within the automotive and technology fields, gaining a well-rounded marketing background working for agencies. After several years, he took a step-back and found his passion for the environmental field. Taylor completed an immersive sustainability education program in Oregon before returning to Texas working for a localized tree planting nonprofit. Seeking to expand his impact to fellow Texans across the state, he joined the Take Care of Texas program under the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Then he went onto the digital marketing route for Texas Disposal Systems, a waste resource management company serving Central Texas.