EVERFI’s scalable schooling platform spans ages, industries and education-levels—and news outlets everywhere have taken note of its ability to power a new kind of learning. As the leader in interactive education software, EVERFI is making news. People are talking, and experts are taking notice. Scroll down to read up on EVERFI’s latest news articles and media coverage.
EVERFI CEO Tom Davidson says that one of the company’s missions is to bring creative storytelling to subjects that might otherwise seem dry, difficult or hard to deal with — including financial literacy, bullying prevention and a deeper look at African-American history that shows how African-American innovators and influencers have shaped our nation through demonstrations of grit and determination that often go unrecognized.
JON CHAPMAN helped co-found EVERFI in '08, and now 11 years later he finds himself traveling all over the world in his role as President of global partnerships. EVERFI, a DC-based educational technology company, has partnerships with the NFL and United Way, as well as MLB and the NHL. But it's a recent alignment with the EPL that's taking up most of Chapman's time these days, as the company continues to grow. Chapman caught up with THE DAILY to dish on working with some of the premier leagues in sports, his favorite places to travel and his family's most recent trip
Brands like Amazon, Walmart and MLB want to be a force of good. They're just a few of the 4000+ companies that have used EVERFI's technology to help incorporate social good into their business. EVERFI CEO Tom Davidson joined Cheddar to discuss.
EVERFI CEO Tom Davidson joined Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman and Dan Roberts, along with Former U.S. Dept. of Labor Chief Economist, Bill Rodgers to discuss EVERFI's mission to help young students from underserved communities tackle financial literacy before going to college and entering the real world
Aug. 30, 2019 - EVERFI CEO Tom Davidson explains the company's goal of ensuring that young adults learn the life-skills needed to be independent adults.
Mansfield News Journal
Nine years later, helping others is still very high on his priority list. His newest venture is with EverFi, an education initiative to help kids learn life lessons through sports.
"Helping people is still something we are passionate about," Veach said. "We have a partnership with EverFi which produces media for public schools with the goal to teach students life lessons through sports. I am the first driver to have a STEM education program in a public school. We teach kids about the different careers in motorsports as well as how we use math to go faster."
Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Today’s college students are feeling unprepared to manage their finances and have already accumulated high amounts of debt, according to a recent survey by EVERFI.
The report, titled “Money Matters on Campus” which was sponsored by AIG Retirement Services, focused on students’ financial experience and knowledge. It included 30,000 college student participants from 440 institutions in 45 states.
University of Pennsylvania Wharton FinTech Podcast
As President of Financial Education, Ray is responsible for leading the Company's financial education business, which powers financial capability programs for hundreds of financial institutions across the country. He also oversees EVERFI's Financial Capability Network which has grown to include over 850 financial institutions, thousands of teachers, government officials, Advisory Board members, and non-profit partners. The Financial Capability Network is committed to delivering critical financial education to K-12 students and adults in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Canada, while also leveraging best practices and technology solutions to yield maximum impact within their communities. Ray has spent over 20 years in the education industry, having served in leadership roles at Kaplan prior to co-founding EVERFI.
CBS This Morning
The CEO has partnered with an educational technology company called EVERFI to launch a nonprofit called The Compassion Project. The nonprofit's mission statement, Weiner said, is to "ensure that compassion is taught in every elementary school in the United States, and to ensure that all elementary school students understand the meaning of compassion and can practice it."
Enabling victims to tell their stories is "important in how they shape public and private institutions" in efforts to curb sexual abuse, lawyer and professor Anita Hill told an audience of school officials Wednesday.