Taylor Halverson loves people, laughter, telling stories, and learning. Taylor is probably best known for having fallen down the Outhouse. Lucky for him it was a ski run at a Colorado ski resort.
If you are more serious minded, try this bio:
Taylor Halverson is a BYU Teaching and Learning Consultant, a member of the Book of Mormon Central executive committee, co-founder and co-director of the BYU Virtual Scriptures Group, a writer for LDS Living, a columnist for the Deseret News, founder and co-director of the BYU Creativity, Innovation, and Design group, a travel leader to Mesoamerica and the Holy Land, adviser to the BYU Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, and the Chief Innovation Officer at Vereo Training. At BYU Taylor has taught Book of Mormon, Old Testament, History of Creativity, Innovation Boot Camp, Basic Entrepreneurship Skills, and an interdisciplinary design course called “Illuminating the Scriptures: Designing Innovative Study Tools.” His education includes: BA in Ancient Near Eastern Studies (BYU), MA in Biblical Studies (Yale University), MS in Instructional Systems Technology (Indiana University), PhD in Instructional Systems Technology (Indiana University), PhD in Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity (Indiana University). Taylor has published and presented widely on scripture, innovation, entrepreneurship, technology, teaching, and learning.