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Sales and marketing executive

Scott Maxfield Taylor, American sales and marketing executive. Member Omicron Delta Epsilon, Kiwanis (board directors 1984-1990, president 1988-1989, named Distinguished; Club President 1988-1989), National Retail Federation (board directors 1991-1992).


Taylor, Scott Maxfield was born on August 13, 1953 in Evanston, Illinois, United States. Son of Brett Maxfield and Gretchen Pauline (Porter) T., Junior Bachelor, Coe College, 1975.


Bachelor, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1975. Master in Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1977. Master of Science, New Seminary, 1985.

Doctor of Education, University St. Thomas, Minnesota, 2001.


Sales manager Daytons, Minneapolis, 1977-1978, assistant buyer, 1978-1979. Store manager Brett's Department Store, Mankato, Minnesota, 1979-1980, buyer junior department, 1981-1983, vice president, 1981-1987, division merchandise manager, 1984-1985, general merchandise manager, 1985-1989, president, 1988-1992, also board directors. Vice president sales and marketing Phenix Biocomposites, Inc., 1993-1995.

Founder Expanded Awareness Institute, since 1985. Adjunct faculty Minnesota State University, Mankato, 1996-1998, Metro State University, 2004. Board directors New Music Network.

Professor small business management South Central College, since 1999.


Board directors Blue Earth County History Society, Mankato, 1984-1987, Mankato Area Convention and Visiting Bureau, 1986-1989, chairman, 1987-1988. Presbyterian deacon, 1986-1988, moderator, 1987-1988. Member International Association for Dear Death Studies (board member 2005-2008, treasurer 2006-2008), Minnesota Association Small Business Management Instructors (president 2002-2004), Small Business Management Consultant and Educators Organization (president, 2002-2004), National Retail Federation (board directors 1991-1992), Kiwanis (board directors 1984-1990, president 1988-1989, named Distinguished Club President 1988-1989, named Small Business Management Instructor of Year for Minnesota 2006-2007), Omicron Delta Epsilon.


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Brett Maxfield Junior

Gretchen Pauline (Porter) T. Junior