A career hockey executive, Bill made the jump to baseball and was instrumental to the success of the team's inaugural season. He has fifteen years of experience operating minor league hockey teams, most recently with the Wenatchee Wild of the British Columbia Hockey League. Bill also served as CEO of the Colorado Eagles of the ECHL, where he helped orchestrate a record of 424 consecutive sold-out home games.
Clifton Taylor serves as the President and CEO of the Lincoln Potters Baseball Club. He and his wife, Isabel Domeyko Taylor, are co-founders and co-owners of the Lincoln franchise with Zephyr Bay Baseball Partners. Clifton is a life long sports enthusiast and he and Isabel have been actively involved horse racing partnerships for the past decade.
Mr. Taylor is currently the Vice President of Northern California for Richland Communities of Irvine. Clifton leads Richland’s Northern California Division based in Roseville. He oversees the management of land assets in the Sacramento, Bay Area and San Joaquin Valley regions. Clifton's primary focus is on entitlement and regulatory permitting of master-planned communities.
Clifton is a native of Corning, California, and a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara. Clifton and Isabel reside in Roseville with their two children, ages five and six.