Financial Aid TV Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Financial Aid TV's estimated annual revenue is currently $9.7M per year.
- Financial Aid TV's estimated revenue per employee is $243,000
- Financial Aid TV has 40 Employees.
- Financial Aid TV grew their employee count by 21% last year.
- Financial Aid TV currently has 1 job openings.
|Kathleen Roebuck||Vice President, School Partnerships||Email Available|
|Joel Laos||Director Of Client Success||Email Available|
|Sunsara Staninger||Senior Client Success Manager||Email Available|
|Joan Berry||GetAnswers Video Library Manager||Email Available|
|Heidi Kesslen Verplank||Account Manager||Email Available|
|Maureen McKenzie||VP Marketing Operations||Email Available|
|Leslee Heinrichs||Owner/Photographer||Email Available|
|Dianne Fulmer||Director, School Partnerships||Email Available|
|Colleen Krumwiede||Co-founder & Cro|
What Is Financial Aid TV?
FATV makes it easy for colleges to deploy powerful Artificially Intelligent Chatbots and other learning tools for financial aid and student services. FATV's robust knowledgebase of text and videos covering financial aid and related topics gives schools an unrivaled starting point for customization. Schools use FATV to answer student questions, improve student service learning outcomes, and promote self-service. FATV is available across multiple platforms: AI chatbot, mobile, email, social media, portal, learning management systems, campus-based digital signage systems, and in multiple languages.keywords:Publishing
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Financial Aid T...||$9.7M||40||21%||N/A|
Financial Aid TV News
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