Washington, D.C. – (May 1, 2018) Today, leading education technology innovator, EVERFI Inc. announced the hiring of veteran higher education executive Craig Chanoff to lead the company as President of Higher Education. Craig joins EVERFI after over two decades of executive leadership experience in higher education.
“We are thrilled to welcome Craig to EVERFI as our higher education network grows. His extensive and dedicated experience serving the higher ed community will strengthen our offerings as we continue tackling some of the toughest issues facing college students at campuses across the country, from sexual assault to substance abuse prevention,” said EVERFI CEO Tom Davidson.
“Working with EVERFI is a unique opportunity that matches my passion for technology and higher education,” said Craig Chanoff. “ I look forward to joining an organization driven by the mission of improving the education experience.”
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.
Craig regularly guest lectures at universities on creating exceptional customer service practices within a company. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Tech Impact, a technology service provider for non-profit organizations that also oversees career training for economically disadvantaged adults. Craig also advises undergraduate students at the University of Maryland.
EVERFI, Inc. is the leading education technology innovator that empowers K-12, higher education, and adult learners with the skills needed to be successful in life. Its comprehensive critical skills platform is focused on Financial Education, Digital Citizenship, STEM Career Readiness, Diversity and Inclusion, Entrepreneurship, Character Education, and Health and Wellness. The EVERFI Education Network powers more than 3,300 partner organizations across all 50 states and Canada and annually reaches 6 million learners.
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