Brad Faye is a native New Yorker, published author and Rocky Mountain EMMY® Award-nominated producer/editor. For 11 years, Brad worked as a producer for the National Basketball Association, where his work was featured on global platforms including ESPN, Sports Illustrated and USA Today. Opting to turn his attention towards his passion for geek culture, Brad co-founded Superhero Faces along with Kelsey Dickerson and Arvind Navaratnasingham in 2016. The aim of the organization is to raise awareness for how popular culture can inspire, empower and educate.
Brad has co-authored One Nation: Out of the Darkness, a graphic novel. Geek, and You Shall Find is Brad’s feature-length directorial debut.
Kelsey Dickerson was born and raised in Arizona, where she graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in business and a focus in communication. After nearly five years of working in public relations for professional sports teams, she found her passion in sharing meaningful stories that can help others.
Kelsey is a spokesperson for the Arizona Humane Society as well as the host of the longest-running television show in Arizona, Pets on Parade, where she provides a voice for sick, injured and abused pets who are looking for happy and loving homes. Her work as a spokesperson and brand representative has led her to be a weekly contributor for multiple local news outlets, as well as being featured on national and international platforms. A co-founder of Superhero Faces, Kelsey hosts several of the team’s videos while also fulfilling the responsibilities of media relations manager and spokesperson.
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