Our conversations are honest, conversational, and based on personal experiences. We use case studies from Harvard Business Review and other sources to spark discussions around current events and emerging trends in business. We also welcome listener engagement and feedback to continue the conversation beyond each episode.
We believe that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to the challenges faced by leaders and entrepreneurs, and we don’t aim to provide prescriptive solutions. Instead, we provide a forum to define problems and explore creative ways to solve them from the bottom up. Tune in to Boardroom in the Basement to join the conversation and challenge the way you think about leadership and entrepreneurship.
Meet Your Hosts
Taylor (he/him/his) is a business professional with a passion for challenging the status quo. With a background in engineering, project management, and consulting, he has spent his career working in various sectors of the energy industry. Taylor is driven by a desire to harmonize the way companies interact with the environment and the communities in which they operate. He is a big believer of the purpose-driven business model and loves exploring topics relating to leadership, diversity-equity-inclusion (DEI), and sustainability. Taylor lives in Denver with his partner and two dogs and is obsessed with all things Star Wars.
Ben is an experienced sales professional, with over 13 years of experience in the data center industry. His passion for helping people and solving problems has driven his success in this field. As a father and husband, Ben knows the importance of building strong relationships and being there for his family. He brings this same level of commitment and dedication to his work, always going above and beyond to ensure that his clients receive the support they need to achieve their goals. Ben approaches everything he does with an entrepreneurial mindset, by seeking opportunities, taking risks, being resourceful, and constantly adapting to changes and challenges. He loves learning about businesses and brainstorming on ways to help them improve and be more efficient.