Prior to Gridtech, Evan started a contact management company, Etacts, that was selected for Y-Combinator and was later acquired by Salesforce.com. He has written an iPhone app that was featured on Good Morning America and in Cosmopolitan magazine. In high school, he started a web development company that served a variety of clients. He graduated from Duke University with Distinction in Economics in 2009, where he studied computer science and economics.
Kendall worked for two years as a McKinsey consultant, where he specialized in addressing Big Data challenges for Fortune 500 IT companies. Previously he was a Fulbright scholar researching drug violence in Mexico; he has published an article in World Politics Review and was invited to guest-lecture at Harvard and Yale. He graduated magna cum laude from Duke University, where he served on the Board of Trustees and was elected Phi Beta Kappa.
For the past eight years, Daniel has been perfecting his craft as a top-notch visual designer. He has worked with over fifty clients in a number of different industries, focusing on healthcare, education, and social consumer applications. Above all, he enjoys creating things that are as beautiful as they are simple and intuitive.