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EverFi

EVERFI is a K-12, financial, and corporate compliance education platform.

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Timeline

April 2017

EverFi raises a $190,000,000 series D round from Allen & Company LLC, Jeff Bezos, Main Street Advisors, The Rise Fund, Rethink Impact, Advance Publications and TPG Growth.

August 14, 2012

EverFi raises a $10,000,000 series B round from Jeff Bezos, New Enterprise Associates, TomorrowVentures and Evan Williams.

September 2, 2010

EverFi raises a $11,000,000 series A round from New Enterprise Associates, TomorrowVentures and Michael Chasen.

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Andrew Porter

Employee



Ben Hatten

Employee



Brad Holden

Investor



Evan Williams

Investor



Jake Sendar

Employee



Jan Grant

Employee



Joseph Ayele

Employee



Josh Miramant

Employee



Julie Zambie

Employee



Kelcie Davis

Employee



Kyle Hill

Employee



Luke Hamilton

Employee



Mark Slusar

Investor



Marquett Burton

Employee



Michael Fee

Employee



Ryan Malden

Employee



Sean Patrick Murphy

Employee



Tom Davidson

Employee



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August 5, 2019
WebWire
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Foundation and EVERFI are celebrating the impact of the Summer Slugger learning program, which was launched by Major League Baseball (MLB) and EVERFI. To commend students' success in the second year of the program, guests from the ESA, the ESA Foundation are visiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles - Bell Gardens Clubhouse with District Director Franklin Ochoa from Assemblywoman Luz Rivas' office. Powered by education technology i...