Gracious Fade is a "digital time capsule" service derived from a desire to assist people with their "Just in Case" messages. Gracious Fade co-founders Allen Karch and Kevin Conrad partnered with a team of technologists and Silicon Valley experts to create their digital afterlife and memorial website. Allen and Kevin share a similar vision for Gracious Fade, one that will improve the lives of people and ensure a graceful continuity of their legacy, relationships and affairs should their health, well-being or safety become compromised.
The Gracious Fade team hopes to provide its Members with a unique opportunity to "Leave Nothing Unsaid..."
Allen is a co-founder and the Creative Development Officer for Gracious Fade.
Allen holds a B.S. in Management Marketing from Holy Family University and a M.S. from Saint Joseph’s University.
Kevin is a co-founder and the Chief Legal Officer for Gracious Fade. Kevin serves as corporate counsel to numerous start-ups.
Kevin holds a B.A. from Bucknell University and a J.D. from The Beasley School of Law at Temple University.
Brandon taught courses at UC Berkeley in Global Business Management, Entrepreneurship, and Creativity and Personal Mastery.
Brandon has been featured in USA Today, Fox News and Techcrunch. Prior to founding The EVR1 Institute, he worked for a number of successful social enterprises (Lifefactory, Babycenter, SunTechnics), start-ups (Bebo/Aol., Crackle/Sony, Intertainer) and Fortune 500 Companies (Merrill Lynch & Co., Autodesk).
Patrick is a regular speaker at industry events on the topics of social media, websites and internet marketing. Patrick also worked as a venture capitalist with Monitor Clipper Partners in Boston, MA and as an investment banker with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in New York City.Patrick holds an MBA from Columbia University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
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