Graham Fadden graduated from Trinity College in 2010 with a B.S. in Economics, and soon thereafter commissioned as an officer in the United States Marine Corps.  In 2012, he was assigned his first billet as a platoon commander, leading 23 Marines on a 7 month deployment to Helmand Province, Afghanistan. After a successful assignment training soldiers from the United Arab Emirates in 2013, Graham was selected to embed in an infantry company from the Republic of Georgia, deploying to Tbilisi, Georgia and Hohenfels, Germany for 6 months. In 2014, Graham deployed his 150 member Georgian force and team of Marine advisors to Kandahar Province, Afghanistan for 8 months, serving as a liaison between the higher U.S. Army chain of command and his Georgian element. Graham’s personal awards include the General Mazniashvili Medal from the Republic of Georgia, the Army Commendation Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with combat distinguishing device, and a Combat Action Ribbon. Graham left the Marines as a Captain in 2015. Prior to the Marine Corps, Graham served in real estate and corporate finance capacities at Credit Suisse in New York and Citigroup in Baltimore, MD. 

After the Marines, Graham worked with a startup Construction SaaS company called FieldLens, working on customer success and acquisition projects. He currently works at as a Product Manager.

Graham is currently an MBA student at Columbia Business School, where he works with the Military in Business Association’s admissions committee and the school’s Hermes Society to attract top veteran and diversity talent student groups. He is also a member of the Squash Club’s leadership committee and plays in organized matches on campus.