Member Spotlight: EverFi

March 17, 2016 at 2:51 pm

EverFi LogoWe would like to recognize EverFi in our current Member Spotlight. EverFi provides educators with engaging, online learning resources in topics such as financial education, digital literacy, STEM readiness, coding and entrepreneurship. EverFi partners with government entities, professional sports leagues, financial institutions and forward-thinking foundations to help bring the courses to schools at no cost. Over 400 schools and 20,000 students have participated in an EverFi course this year mostly through the Iowa Financial Literacy Program.

This member of the Iowa Jump$tart coalition is represented by Lincoln Hughes. Lincoln is Everfi’s Senior School Manager with his office here in Des Moines. Lincoln earned his Master of Education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2012 graduating Magna Cum Laude. His BA is in economics and political science from Hamline University in St. Paul. In addition to graduating with honors, Lincoln was a standout on the Piper baseball team and took part in campus government.

Lincoln recently married Kayla. They are active members of the Plymouth Church in Des Moines. He is an avid cross-fit athlete and enjoys Yoga. Lincoln and Kayla are heading off on a vacation next week to meander through the Southern United States.

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