Dan Faill: Professional Speaker, Consultant, Vice President of Campus Support

Dan Faill is a seasoned storyteller and international speaker who uses humor and personal experiences to foster meaningful conversations. With over 15 years of advocating for positive student experiences, Dan now travels the country as a full-time speaker and consultant, inspiring authenticity and courageous conversations. Achievements include Choice Theory/Reality Therapy Training, Crisis Intervention Certification, and expertise in Sustained Dialogue and Title IX.

Kaitlyn Hurley: Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer of Bracketology

Kaitlyn helped create the vision for Bracketology in 2016, and has been instrumental in the company’s growth ever since Рoverseeing social engagement, user acquisition, data analytics, and content creation. She has worked in performance marketing for over 9 years, managing campaigns, and leading cross-channel teams across a variety of industries.


Updates with Caitlin and A.J.

In this super quick episode of the podcast, co-hosts A.J. and Caitlin come together for a brief yet impactful session to unveil an exciting new direction for the show. They delve into the new  format that promises inclusivity and engaging content, centered around the concept of “40 Questions in Under 40 Minutes.” This approach ensures a diverse range of topics and voices, moving away from any age-related biases previously present. 

A.J. and Caitlin take a moment to share personal updates with their audience. Caitlin talks about her exhilarating journey in pilot school, a testament to her dedication and passion. Meanwhile, both hosts reflect on the significant changes in their personal lives, including living in completely different cities compared to where they started their podcasting journey. This episode not only marks a new chapter for the podcast but also celebrates the growth and evolution of its hosts.