As generations pass, memories are lost forever. When we connect with past relatives through photos and family trees, we yearn to hear their stories and life wisdom in their own voices.

We cherish family and deep, meaningful connections. We know that looking back on the past, sharing memories with loved ones, and celebrating lives well lived make us healthier and happier today. We made Kinecho for ourselves, our parents and grandparents, and for our children and our children’s children. We hope your family loves it too!

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Team

Ryan Brown, CEO  Denver, CO  Best Kinecho discovery so far: My dad was the drummer in a Southern California band called Dave Travis and the Extremes.

Ryan Brown

CEO
Denver, CO

Best Kinecho discovery so far:
My dad was the drummer in a Southern California band called Dave Travis and the Extremes.

Tom Anderson, COO

Tom Anderson

CRO
Denver, CO

Favorite Kinecho story:
My mom’s memory of the candy man on Windsor Road.

 
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Neil Poulin

CTO
Denver, CO

Best Kinecho discovery so far:
My parents met at a Halloween party. My mom was Miss Piggy and my dad didn't have a costume.

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Katie Blackman

CDO
Denver, CO

Best Kinecho discovery so far:
My daughters love starring in their own memories and making up songs, like Alligator Turtle.

 
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Scott Rocher

VP of Product and Operations
Alameda, CA

Best Kinecho discovery so far:
Details that I never knew about my family’s history as partisan fighters in the Holocaust.

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Sarah Zaslow

VP of Customer Experience
Denver, CO

Favorite Kinecho story:
The time my dad was hitchhiking and the driver pulled out a gun (he just wanted to shoot signs, so it was ok!).

 
 
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Chris Proto

VP of Engineering
Washington, D.C.

Favorite Kinecho story:
My dad and his four brothers took turns recording their most embarrassing stories of one another. By the end, everyone had tears in their eyes from laughing so hard.