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Higher One and Moneythink Announce Partnership to Address Financial Capability of High School Students

Partnership will expand high school students’ access to financial literacy educational technologies and peer counseling opportunities with college students

New Haven, CT –  September 4, 2014 – A new partnership between Higher One, a leader in providing financial services and data analytics to more than 1,900 colleges and universities across the U.S., and Moneythink, a nationally recognized movement of young people working to restore the financial health of America, will address the need to provide students with the education on how to make sound financial decisions, specifically through peer counseling and new technologies.

“We are excited to announce this partnership with Higher One—a company leading the way in providing students with necessary tools to positively impact financial capability—to expand how we reach high school students with our approach to financial literacy,” said Ted Gonder, co-founder and CEO of Moneythink. “Our innovative model pairs college students with inner city youth in an intensive mentoring program and gets young people excited about making smart financial decisions. Our goal is to start students down the path toward economic success, which in turn generates a financial ripple effect through families and entire communities.”

Higher One Partners with New Haven Public Schools to Support Kindergarteners and their Families

 New Haven, CT –  August 26, 2014 –Higher One, a leader in providing financial services and data analytics to more than 1,900 colleges and universities across the U.S., has partnered with United Way and New Haven Public Schools to sponsor this year’s Kindergarten Canvass, an annual event in support of local families sending first-time students off to Kindergarten.

Last week, hundreds of teachers and principals joined with local volunteers to knock on the doors of incoming kindergarteners in the New Haven, Connecticut community to answer families’ questions, connect them with resources and provide each family with a bilingual book they can read together. This year, 183 volunteers helped United Way reach more than 1,000 kindergarten students and their families. Through Kindergarten Canvass, United Way serves to connect with schools and students by encouraging reading and building financial literacy early on.

"The Kindergarten Canvass is a powerful means to connect families to their schools and to their child's success," said Jack Healy, president and chief executive officer at United Way of Greater New Haven. "When a new student and his mom, dad or caregiver meets their teacher or school principal on his doorstep we create a bond that lasts throughout his school career. There’s no better way to help our kids get off to a great start in school, and no better way to show that, as a community, we are invested in the future of our children.”

Higher One Named to Connecticut Technology Council’s 2014 Marcum Tech Top 40 List Eighth Year in a Row

 New Haven, CT –  August 11, 2014 –Higher One, a leader in providing financial services and data analytics to more than 1,900 colleges and universities nationally, has been named to the Marcum Tech Top 40, an annual assemblage of the 40 fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut. Higher One's outstanding revenue growth over a period of four years resulted in its inclusion in the software category of this year’s Tech Top 40. This is the eighth consecutive year since 2007 that Higher One has been named to the list.

“We are honored to be recognized by the Connecticut Technology Council again this year,” said Marc Sheinbaum, chief executive officer of Higher One. “It’s validating to know that as the company matures, we remain among our home state’s fastest growing innovators. Although we have certainly evolved since we were first named to this list, we still maintain that pioneering spirit which aids our growth, year after year.”

Higher One Announces Appointment of New Chief Information Officer

Cozzell Wilson brings more than 25 years experience in Information Technology to Higher One

New Haven, CT –  August 6, 2014 –Higher One, a leader in providing financial services and data analytics to more than 1,900 colleges and universities nationally, announces the appointment of Cozzell “Cozz” Wilson as chief information officer.

Wilson joined Higher One in 2011 as vice president of software engineering and recently served as interim CIO. In his new role, Wilson will serve as Higher One’s technology leader to help guide the organization’s strategic initiatives and grow its current systems, resources and infrastructure. He will direct the planning and implementation of enterprise IT systems in support of business operations in order to improve cost effectiveness, service quality and business development.


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