June 17th | 11am PT / 2pm ET
Join us to learn about Even’s newly launched employer‑sponsored savings program and how you can help your employees build the $500 rainy day fund experts recommend.
If the Covid‑19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that there is value in helping employees build emergency savings so they can handle the unexpected. Many employers offer 401k plans to help employees prepare for retirement, but for employees struggling to make ends meet, 401ks don’t help with today’s financial needs.
Even is the first and only on-demand pay provider to offer an employer‑sponsored emergency savings solution with earned interest and employer matching.
Preston Clark is a trusted advisor to HR leaders. He understands that the right kind of benefits can be a strong competitive advantage when it comes to recruiting and retaining employees and that investing in employee financial health can also translate into greater productivity and wellbeing.
Prior to joining Even as Chief Revenue Officer in March 2021, Preston led teams at such category-defining companies as EVERFI and ThinkHR. Together, Preston and his teams advised and supported HR leaders at more than 4,000 customers — including such Fortune 500 companies as Amazon, Google, and Kimberly‑Clark — and helped them deliver groundbreaking benefits to their workforces. Preston is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and the University of Miami School of Law. He also spent more than two years serving in the Peace Corps in El Salvador.
Carter Aronson started his career at Even as a member advisor, providing customer support to the individuals who use the Even app and later leading all of Even’s Member Operations. His direct contact with Even members gave him a keen understanding of how the Even app fits into people’s lives and how it helps them get paid on their own terms and improve how they plan, budget and save. Those insights and feedback helped Even refine its offering and made it the most highly‑reviewed earned wage access solution on the market. (Even boasts an average rating of 4.9 stars across more than 85,000 Android and iOS app reviews.) Carter is a graduate of Brown University.