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.
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.
While 62% of the students polled said they felt prepared to stay on top of their college assignments, only 53% were similarly confident when it came to handling their money, according to a survey conducted by financial education technology provider EVERFI and sponsored by AIG Retirement Services, a retirement plan provider.
D.C. Council Committee on Health & Committee on Public Safety
EVERFI VP of Impact & Education Rob Buelow testified at the Council of the District of Columbia's Committee on Health and Committee on Public Safety Joint Public hearing on how to combat the opioid epidemic in D.C.
Financial education is an important area often overlooked by schools and other organizations, but EverFi is on a mission to bridge the gap by leveraging scalable technology to reach a broader audience. The company aims to help individuals make better financial decisions and improve the lives of those in financially distressed communities. EverFi’s mobile-first solution, EverFi Achieve, is geared toward bringing on-the-go financial literacy resources to adults. According to EverFi Co-Founder and President Ray Martinez, the key to the company’s impact lies in its national network of partners that facilitate its programs and curriculum.
Premier League website
More than 100 elementary schools will get soccer-themed teaching resources to help engage kids in learning
People often comment on the wonderful feeling they get when they visit our school. They exclaim, “This school feels so good,” or, “There is such a different vibe on your campus.” I usually smile and nod knowingly, agreeing with them that our school is a very special place. Recently a visitor was struck by the same thought but wanted to know more about why it feels the way it does. The answer is easy: we model, teach and practice compassion.
On Monday, the bank revealed a new online education program called "Honor Code." It was created to empower students that face or witness bullying by emphasizing values such as leadership and grit.
Washington Business Journal
EVERFI CEO and founder Tom Davidson has some big problems to solve.The former Maine state lawmaker-turned-Greater Washington education technology executive rattled off an eye-popping list of what he called “mind-numbingly big” problems EVERFI Inc. could tackle for its future slate of online training offerings, including the opioid epidemic, bullying, sexual harassment, race and inclusion, and social justice. These issues and others are part of what Davidson said defines the growing EVERFI — an engine for social good built on top of a sophisticated software platform that can reach a potentially massive, and lucrative, customer base.