EverFi, Inc., the critical skills education technology leader, has announced the opening of a new corporate headquarters in Washington, D.C. The new office is based in Georgetown’s historic Papermill building at 3299 K St. NW and features over 22,000 square feet of workspace and meeting facilities. As part of its national expansion, the company is also opening new office spaces in Chicago and in Boston’s Innovation District.
EverFi was founded in 2008 in Washington, D.C. and has grown its national education network to over 1,000 corporations, foundations, non-profits and higher education institutions that bring EverFi’s cutting-edge technology to over 6,000 K-12 schools and 500 colleges. Today, the network includes BBVA Compass, Capital One, Comcast, Genworth Financial, Entertainment Software Association, the John Calipari Family Foundation, JPMorgan Chase, Neustar, PepsiCo and TCF Bank. In higher education, EverFi partners include a diverse group of leading colleges and universities including American University, Dartmouth College, Florida State University, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Chicago, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Villanova University.
Building a national education network requires presence on the ground and we’re proud to be expanding our operations to increase the reach and impact of our educational programs,” said EverFi COO Tammy Wincup. “Since we opened our doors six years ago, Washington, D.C. has been our home and we’re committed to ensuring that it remains one of the nation’s most vibrant education technology sectors.”
During the year, EverFi plans to add over fifty new team members to drive new product development, partner expansion, and K-12 and higher education implementation. In addition to roles at the new headquarters, EverFi plans to hire team members in at least ten states. Interested candidates can find out more at everfi.com/careers.
EverFi Executives To Be Featured At Upcoming DC Tech Events
On Friday, February 21, EverFi COO Tammy Wincup will be a featured guest at Bisnow’s Power Women in Tech event at Washington’s Willard Hotel. Registration information will be available at bisnow.com.
On Tuesday, March 25, EverFi CEO Tom Davidson will keynote the Revolutionary Series at 1776, a startup incubator platform based in Washington, D.C. Registration information is available at 1776dc.com.