Neustar Announces Partnership with Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana to Bring STEM Programs to Girls

  Neustar Announces Partnership with Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana to Bring STEM
  Programs to Girls

Business Wire

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- April 9, 2014

Neustar, a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information and analytics,
today announced a new partnership with the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana to
inspire young girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics (STEM). Neustar has joined with leading education technology
company EverFi to bring the My Digital Life digital learning platforms to up
to 4,000 Girl Scouts across Kentucky and Southern Indiana over the next year.

“Sponsoring My Digital Life for the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana gives young
women an opportunity to discover an industry that needs their knowledge and
talent,” said Neustar President and CEO Lisa Hook. “Encouraging more women to
join the STEM field needs to start at a young age, and Neustar is proud to
partner with EverFi and the Girl Scouts to inspire girls for bright and
successful futures.”

Developed by EverFi, the My Digital Life program teaches technology
responsibility in the digital age. While the digital tools of today’s
generation offer great new opportunities, they also present new dangers when
it comes to protecting safety and privacy. My Digital Life program will be
used by the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, resulting in up to 100 troops and
4,000 Girl Scouts being able to use the program.

“The Girl Scouts are proud to teach critical skills that prepare and inspire
our girls,” said Girl Scouts CEO, Lora Tucker. “This partnership with Neustar
will help send the message that STEM careers can help fulfill girls’ desire to
solve problems and make the world a better place.”

As part of the initiative, My Digital Life will be used in tandem with the
Girl Scouts’ existing STEM related initiatives, such as the Imagine
Engineering workshop and the MEdia Journey program. Cadette Girl Scouts (ages
9-13) will be implementing My Digital Life, while Senior Girl Scouts (Ages
14-16) will utilize the STEM readiness program Radius.

Radius is a highly interactive digital STEM program that uses online gaming
and simulations to teach critical technology and coding skills, ignite
interest in STEM, and expose students to STEM career opportunities.

“The Neustar and Girl Scouts partnership provides an opportunity for girls to
apply concepts they're learning in math and science to real-world situations -
thereby making these subjects more relevant,” said EverFi founder and CEO Tom
Davidson. “Now not only will they be receiving a physical badge on their
vests, but they’ll also earn a digital badge in recognition of their
accomplishments in the program and their success to come.”

About Neustar

Neustar, Inc. (NYSE:NSR) is the first real-time provider of cloud-based
information services and data analytics, enabling marketing and IT security
professionals to promote and protect their businesses.With a commitment to
privacy and neutrality, Neustar operates complex data registries and uses its
expertise to deliver actionable, data-driven insights that help clients make
high-value business decisions in real time, one customer interaction at a
time. More information is available at

About Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana

Organized in 1923, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana (GSK) serves over 700 zip codes
throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Headquartered in Louisville, GSK
serves about 1,800 troops with 5 Program Learning Centers throughout the
service area. Girl Scouts mission is to build girls of courage, confidence,
and character, who make the world a better place.

About EverFi

EverFi Inc. is the leading education technology company focused on teaching,
assessing, and certifying K-12 and college students in the critical skills
they need for life. The company teams with major corporations and foundations
to provide the programs at no cost to K-12 schools. Some of America’s leading
CEOs and venture capital firms are EverFi investors including Amazon founder
and CEO Jeff Bezos, Twitter founder Evan Williams, Rethink Education, New
Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA), and Tomorrow Ventures (the investment arm
of Google Chairman Eric Schmidt). Learn more at


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