The School Cash Suite was built in the early 90’s by two bookkeepers who were struggling to keep up with collecting, counting and managing student activity funds at their respective public schools.
With a heavy workload and constant interruption from coworkers, students and parents, Kim Vivian-Downs and Evelyn Eagle knew there had to be a better way. Putting their heads together they decided to embark on a journey that has changed school activity fund management forever.
Since joining KEV Group in 2009, Bram has played a leading role in ensuring consistent growth and has established a steadfast company strategy. After graduating from McGill University, he joined Goldman Sachs’ and then moved on to Amaranth Advisors LLC prior to becoming an integral part of the KEV Group team. Bram holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization. He is also the founder and a member of the advisory committee for the Annex Shul.
Co-Founder/Director of Client Services
A co-founder and treasurer for the KEV Group, Evelyn is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of education experience. Evelyn’s is KEV Group’s technology visionary and guides our product and implementation teams to ensure success for our current and prospective customers.
Co-Founder / Vice-President
A co-founder of the KEV Group with more than 18 years of experience working in education, Kim leads the sales and marketing team. Her passion to “Reduce the Risk” and improve the “quality of life” for schools, coupled with years of district and fraud research inspired her to become a leader in the student activity funds arena. Kim has appeared at many state ASBO conferences and international conferences to share her expertise on the subject of student activity funds.
Director of Finance, Operations & Risk Management
Josh, who joined KEV Group in 2010, is responsible for finance, risk, coordination of special projects, product design, employee growth and product and client management. After graduating from university, Josh joined PricewaterhouseCoopers and received his Chartered Accountant designation in 2006. During his time in public practice, Josh obtained extensive experience providing audit and consulting services to large public and smaller private businesses.
Arts at Work is a brand new charity designed to preserve art programs in schools while enhancing the connection between businesses and their communities. It is our goal that the Arts at Work program will have a lasting impact on the students’ creativity and ensure that art remains an essential part of education for many years to come.