Elizabeth Owens Bille, JD, SHRM-SCP, is an employment law attorney and currently serves as the subject matter expert on the prevention of harassment and discrimination in the workplace for EVERFI.
Sonya Udler serves as EVERFI’s Chief Communications Officer. In this capacity, she is responsible for leading the company’s strategic communications, public relations, and social media programs to advance business objectives and further partner initiatives.
Craig has more than 20 years of executive leadership and technology experience. He led several roles as part of the Blackboard Executive team for 15 years, where he oversaw their Student Lifecycle Services business for 7 years and grew it to more than $60MM of annual revenue.
Lisa is responsible for all financial aspects of the company, including investor relations, capital markets, accounting, financial planning and analysis, treasury and procurement.
Dr. Dan leads the data analysis, development, and dissemination of findings for the research arm at EVERFI.
Christine Day is a legal writer and editor at EVERFI.
Karen Peterson is a legal editor at EVERFI.
Erin is a strength-based mental health practitioner with a passion for prevention, social-emotional learning, and digital wellness. In her role as Senior Director of Impact and Education and EVERFI’s resident mental health subject matter expert, Erin critically explores the way in which technology can play a part in supporting the emotional well-being of learners across the lifespan, and how to best utilize technology to make an impact on the collective mental health of our world.
As a senior research analyst, Lauren supports the research efforts of the Partner Education team by discovering impactful insights from EVERFI data, uncovering best practices in the field, and developing resources to serve the needs of prevention professionals.
Kimberley Timpf has more than 25 years of experience in the college alcohol and other drug prevention field. Her expertise lies in program design and development, application of prevention theory in higher education settings, training and instruction, and methods of evaluation.