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FISCAL YEAR 2014 ANNUAL REPORT


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TABLE OF CONTENTS MISSION 2 MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO

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THE ASAS APPROACH

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YEAR IN REVIEW

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WE ARE GROWING

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PROGRAM INITIATIVES & CAMPS

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CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS

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PARTNERS 20-22 SUCCESS STORY 23 SUPPORTERS 24-26 SCHOOL DISTRICT PARTNERS 27 LEADERSHIP 28-29 BOARD MEMBERS

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WE REACH FOR THE

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MISSION AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS (ASAS) PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS THAT KEEP CHILDREN SAFE AND HELP THEM SUCCEED IN SCHOOL AND LIFE.

ASAS ORLANDO'S ROBOTICS TEAM WAS THE FLORIDA REGIONAL CHAMPION IN THE NASA/MIT ZERO ROBOTICS NATIONAL COMPETITION

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THANKS TO FUNDING FROM THE NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION, WE WILL EXTEND OUR REACH TO SIX NEW CITIES.


MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO

Dear Friends: Congratulations on the best year in the history of After-School All-Stars! This year, our nationwide network of chapters provided high-quality after-school programs to over 72,000 students in 42 cities across 11 states and Washington, D.C. Our programs have a life-changing impact on America’s most at-risk kids, fulfilling the vision of our founder, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Our notable achievements in 2014 include: National Expansion: Thanks to the New York Life Foundation, ASAS has begun a multiyear expansion that will extend our reach to serve 6,000 additional students. With new ASAS chapters in Newark, NJ and Philadelphia, PA already running programs, we are on our way to achieving our goal of six new chapters by 2016. National Advocacy: Governor Schwarzenegger is the leading national voice of after-school advocacy. This past year the Governor met with our nation’s leaders to discuss funding for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers program, and our students from our first partner school in D.C., Stuart-Hobson Middle School, have become powerful ambassadors for the after-school cause, participating in congressional briefings, keynote addresses and one-on-one meetings with legislators. ASAS is at the forefront of a national movement to make after-school available for all children. Creative Programs and Training: With the launch of CEO Boot Camp last summer, each of our four national initiatives now has a summer camp component, which provides summertime programming for students and hands-on professional development for staff. Student Success: Several of our students had incredible achievements this year. Our Orlando STEM Robotics team advanced to the finals of a national NASA/MIT competition; ASAS South Florida alumnus Ti’Andre was selected for the Board of Trustees of America’s Promise, General Colin Powell’s foundation; at the National Summer Learning Day, ASAS D.C. student, Rhece, met Michelle Obama with whom he shared his personal fitness transformation, thanks to our Sports as a Hook program. This is an exciting time for ASAS, and we cannot thank our supporters enough for their generous contributions and tireless efforts. Our foundation and corporate sponsors, board members, community leaders, volunteers, partner schools and staff make ASAS so special. Together we will continue to positively shape the lives of our nation’s youth. Sincerely,

Ben Paul


YOUTH SERVED 72,053 OUR STUDENTS ETHNICITY AFRICANAMERICAN/ BLACK

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SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS

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FREE/REDUCED PRICE LUNCH

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28% 7% 50% 12% 3%

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CHAPTERS Atlanta, Chicago, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, North Texas, Ohio, Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, South Florida, Washington, D.C. We proudly announce the 2014 addition of ASAS chapters in Newark & Philadelphia.

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THE ASAS OUR APPROACH

OUR FOUR NATIONAL INITIATIVES Preparing kids for success:

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YEAR IN REVIEW

BRINGING MUSCLE TO THE HILL

In October 2013, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, former California Secretary of Education and ASAS Board Member Bonnie Reiss, Afterschool Alliance Executive Director Jodi Grant, and ASAS CEO Ben Paul conducted meetings on Capitol Hill with US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Senator Barbara Boxer, and bi-partisan groups of congressmen and senators in order to stress the need to protect federal funding of out-of-school-time programs. As a result, the Federal Omnibus budget approved by Congress in January 2014 protected 21st Century Community Learning Center Funding and increased available after-school funding by $58 million, for a total of $1.15 billion.

FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA & ALL-STAR SHARE NUTRITION TIPS

First Lady Michelle Obama celebrated National Summer Learning Day with more than 200 students and education leaders, including All-Star Rhece and ASAS Alum Ti’Andre, who demonstrated how quality out-of-school-time programs give kids the support and experiences they need for success in the classroom and beyond. Rhece, whose participation in ASAS’ Sports as a Hook helped him lose 20 pounds, gave the First Lady a lesson on portion control, while ASAS alum Ti’Andre, a 2010 CampUs graduate, current high school senior, and America’s Promise Alliance Board Member, discussed the importance of summer learning opportunities for underserved youth. Afterschool Alliance advocates to make sure that every student has opportunities to learn and grow after 3pm.

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KEEP GOOD GOING

This year, long-time supporter, the New York Life Foundation, awarded ASAS a four-year $4MM grant to support expansion to six new U.S. cities, with the ultimate goal of a total of 20 chapters across the country by 2016. ASAS’ first-ever multi-year expansion grant has already resulted in the launch of 2 new chapters, ASAS Newark and ASAS Philadelphia, both launched in the fall of 2014. Two more new chapters are on track to open in Fall 2015.

MAZDA FOUNDATION (USA) SUPPORTS SERVICE LEARNING

Mazda Foundation has partnered with ASAS as the exclusive sponsor of Life Service Action, which helps students develop as leaders who meaningfully engage with their communities. Mazda supports the annual National Youth Advisory Board Summit, bringing together exceptional student leaders for leadership and advocacy training, which they use to organize service projects throughout the school year.

OH, WHAT A NIGHT!

On June 7th, 2014, celebrities, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and afterschool advocates arrived at ASAS founder Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Los Angeles residence for the 2nd Annual Westime Charity Event, where they were greeted by exotic animals and enjoyed an evening of games and festivities. The event celebrates ASAS’ long-standing partnership with Westime and raised enough to support a year of after-school programming for nearly 750 students.

“WILL IT CRUSH?”

ASAS’ “Ride in a Tank and Work Out with Arnold Schwarzenegger” raised awareness for after-school through a video series including: “Will it Crush?”, “Howard Kleiner” with Gold’s Gym, and the “Kaiserschwarzenegger Protein Tank” with YouTube sensation Harley Morenstein from “Epic Meal Time.” Cumulatively, ASAS’ viral video content garnered nearly 21 million YouTube views.

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WELCOME PHILADELPHIA & NEWARK THANKS TO THE NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION HUNDREDS OF KIDS IN NEWARK & PHILADELPHIA NOW CALL THEMSELVES ALL-STARS A valued partner since 2010, this year the New York Life Foundation expanded its funding to ASAS to include support for: New York Life volunteer makes care packages for homeless Philadelphians.

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NEW CHAPTER CITIES PER YEAR FOR THE NEXT

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The New York Life Foundation’s four year grant is one of the largest in ASAS’ 22-year history, and its first multi-year expansion grant. We are deeply grateful for New York Life’s support in bringing ASAS programming to at-risk middle school students all across the country.

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New York Life Foundation president Heather Nesle meets All-Stars at the ASAS Philadelphia launch event.

ASAS Philadelphia Board chair Rob Recine and All-Star student work together on a service project.


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SPORTS AS A HOOK AN ANTI-OBESITY & HEALTHY LIVING PROGRAM

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CAMP HOOP HEROES A CO-ED BASKETBALL-BASED YOUTH MENTORING CAMP

A HIGH SCHOOL READINESS & SUCCESS PROGRAM

Fitness

One-on-one Mentoring

High School Options Fairs

Nutrition

Nightly Basketball Drills

Family Engagement

Leadership

Tournament Games with Mentors

Academic Support

Girl Empowerment

Structured Leadership Activities

College Planning

Outdoor Education

Sports Career Guest Speakers

Near-Peer Mentors

Service Learning

Group Service Projects

College & Career Exploration

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HOURS OF SPORTS AS A HOOK PROGRAMMING LAST YEAR

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CampUs college student counselors from the Posse Scholars demonstrate for our All-Stars how to get into and succeed in college.

A ONE-WEEK COLLEGE IMMERSION CAMP

CAREER EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES (CEO) A FINANCIAL LITERACY & ENTREPRENEURIALISM PROGRAM

CEO BOOT CAMP A LEADERSHIP TRAINING & CAREER EXPLORATION CAMP

Mock College Applications & Interviews

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

Resume Building

Entrepreneurship

Financial Aid Education

Work Place Etiquette

Work Place Professionalism

Entrepreneurial “Shark Tank”-style Business Competition

Potential Career Exploration

Ethical & Creative Leadership

Business School Case Studies

Mentorship & Field Trips

Career Planning & Resume Writing High School Options & Graduation Coaching Living in College Dorms

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Entrepreneurship Activities Career Exploration Interviews & Field Trips STEM Activities

6,000 90%

MORE THAN STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROGRAM EVERY YEAR

SAID THEY FELT MORE MOTIVATED TO PURSUE THEIR CAREER GOALS AFTER ATTENDING THE BOOT CAMP

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PROGRAM INITIATIVES & CAMPS

ASAS teamed up with the Mazda Foundation, the exclusive sponsor of ASAS’ Life Service Action, to help students develop as leaders and inspire participants to engage in their communities. Through participation in student-led, curriculum-driven service learning projects, students develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness. The National Youth Advisory Board (NYAB) is comprised of an exceptional student representing each ASAS chapter who exemplifies great leadership. NYAB members participate in a week-long advocacy and civic engagement camp and are tasked with spearheading community service projects in their local communities throughout the school year.

“Because of After-School All-Stars, I feel like I’m important, that my opinion matters. I’m so fortunate to have been chosen to be a National Youth Advisory Board Member. I feel happier, more social and more knowledgeable.” Citlali, ASAS Los Angeles

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Los Angeles

IMPACT:

125,215

YOUTH SERVICE HOURS IN FISCAL YEAR 2014

78%

OF STUDENTS SAY THAT THEY VOLUNTEER NOW BECAUSE OF ASAS


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Tamara Mlynarczyk, a Program Director at Mazda Foundation, being interviewed about her career path by a member of the All-Star Press. Washington D.C.

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“Through programs such as the National Youth Advisory Board, we are working together to equip students with the knowledge and leadership skills to be advocates for positive change.” Tamara Mlynarczyk, Program Director, Mazda Foundation

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Through partnerships with local supporters, including FOX Sports South, the Atlanta Dream and the Atlanta Hawks, students have the opportunity to participate in one-of-a-kind fitness activities with local athletes.

Chicago All-Stars on the court with Chicago Bulls players before cheering on the team during a field trip to the United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls.

ASAS Hawaii’s local Youth Advisory Board spearheaded an afterschool advocacy rally for Lights on After-School at the state capital.

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ASAS Atlanta students achieved higher GPA’s and standardize test scores across core academic subjects compared to non participating students.

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98% of 2012, 2013 and 2014 CampUs participants are on grade level to graduate high school on time.

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90% of students report that they are more confident they can make a difference in their community because of ASAS.

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At a field trip to a local Toyota dealership, ASAS Las Vegas All-Stars learn about career tracks in sales and management by participating in a career question-andanswer session with ASAS Las Vegas Board Member and Toyota Manager Rich Abajian.

An All-Star in authentic Dia de los Muertos makeup celebrates this traditional Hispanic holiday with her school and community by participating in dance and musical performances.

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95% of ASAS parents say that their child completed his/her homework because of the program.

“Participating in the program has helped me see my future career in a bigger picture.” Maria, student and ASAS Las Vegas Youth Advisory Board Member

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ASAS Newark All-Stars showcased skills they’ve honed, from dancing to cooking, at the chapter launch celebration. The festivities were attended by leaders of the New York Life Foundation, including President Heather Nesle.

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96% of ASAS LA CampUs participants learned about classes to take in high school to get into college.

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Los Angeles Youth Advisory Board Member with her mentor and friend during summit in D.C.

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CEO Boot Camp participants examine a map of New York City with a Cushman Wakefield employee to learn the ins and outs of the real estate and commercial property business.

Joseph’s smooth saxophone playing was a highlight at the ASAS North Texas Spring 2014 All-Star Party, attended by Olympic gold-medal runner Michael Johnson.

Participants of CampUs 2014, hosted at The Ohio State University, take a moment to show their ASAS Ohio spirit.

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98% of ASAS New York students report that they try harder in their math classes and 100% feel more confident in reading and writing.

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89% of students say that ASAS North Texas helped them feel more confident in their ability to do well in school. “I see ASAS as a roadmap to success. It helps you get farther than you would think you would get in one school year.” Damian, ASAS North Texas student

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82% of kids say they are more confident in reading and writing as a result of ASAS participation.

“Participating in the program helped me become more successful in school by teaching me what my most important goals are: high school, college, and graduating.” Ashley, ASAS Ohio Youth Advisory Board Member

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Mayor Buddy Dyer joins more than 40 volunteers to teach 200 ASAS Orlando students about computer coding.

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ASAS Philadelphia opened its doors in 2014, providing students with a wide range of enrichment opportunities from dance to community service and advocacy.

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Among ASAS San Antonio participants, 83% improved in their homework completion and 88% improved in school day behavior.

“In ASAS, I was given the opportunity to be the best I could be.” Hanna, ASAS Orlando National Youth Advisory Board Member

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ASAS Orlando school sites have experienced a 39% overall reduction in delinquency.

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Through partnerships with MetroPCS and Gold’s Gym, San Antonio All-Stars receive the encouragement they need to be successful in and out of the classroom.


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Students get hands-on experience with chemical reactions during summer science camp at San Diego Miramar College.

Camp Hoop Heroes participants spent their spring break at the American Airlines Arena, home of the Miami Heat, where sports-industry mentors ran basketball drills and helped students to develop roadmaps for success in school and in life.

First Lady Michelle Obama high-fives All-Star Rhece at the National Summer Learning Conference after he told her that he lost 20 pounds thanks to his participation in ASAS’ Sports as a Hook.

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“ASAS has given me a chance to speak my mind and help others in this program and around the world.”

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88% of students demonstrated aerobic capacity gains (using the PACERS) over the 2013-14 school year.

78% of students say they like to be more active because of ASAS. “I am much more active and healthier this year than I was last year. I hope that more students can have teachers like mine and have a program like [mine] they can go to.”

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Mentors from Agency 21, Miami Heat and FOX Sports turn basketball camp into a weeklong workshop on school and life.

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PARTNERS

PARTNERING WITH ASAS ON

EXPANSION “New York Life Foundation is deepening the relationship with ASAS because their programming—a combination of academics, enrichment activities and healthy lifestyles—has improved student achievement significantly. We are focusing our educational enhancement funding on middle school students because it is a particularly vulnerable time for children and only a small percentage of programs target this age group.” Heather Nesle, President, New York Life Foundation

ENHANCING ASAS

DEDICATED TO ASAS

HEALTH & FITNESS

SERVICE

“We at FOX Sports are proud to support ASAS and share our passion for sports with these wonderful students. Sports has the potential to be so much more than just entertainment, especially for our young people. Sports can play an essential role in our children’s development by building their character, building their health, connecting them with their communities, and creating friendships that last a lifetime.” Chris Hannan, Executive Vice President, Communications & Integration, FOX Sports

“At Mazda, we have a strong sense of responsibility to give something back to the communities in which we operate. After-School All-Stars’ commitment to instilling kids with the importance of social responsibility is integrated into all aspects of the program, which deeply resonates with our values. With ASAS, kids don’t just come to the soccer field to play, but they come with trash bags to clean it up first, leaving it better than they found it. We’re proud to call ASAS our partner!” Tamara Mlynarczyk, Program Director, Mazda Foundation

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PARTNERS

SPONSORING ASAS’ ANNUAL

PROVIDING LOCAL ASAS

FUNDING ASAS MUSIC & ARTS

SIGNATURE EVENT

CHAPTER SUPPORT

ENRICHMENT

“We are thrilled that the success of our annual charity night to benefit After-School All-Stars resulted in support for nearly 750 kids to participate in ASAS programs. Nights such as these are filled with exquisitely beautiful gifts and prizes, flowers, food and more, but even more breathtaking is the fact that because of this one event, every single day, All-Stars will have a safe place to go after school. I’m proud to support ASAS’ work!” John Simonian, Founder, Westime

“Since 2011, MetroPCS has supported ASAS’ students and families, building stronger schools and communities. The first phase of our partnership launched ASAS North Texas and enabled ASAS to fully implement their four national initiatives. In the second phase of our partnership, MetroPCS will support further expansion of ASAS’ programming to youth nationwide. We are excited for this next chapter together!”

“Beats Electronics believes that creative expression and entrepreneurship should be an integral part of every student’s education. Beats is committed to supporting ASAS enrichment programs and their efforts to develop the next generation of musicians, artists, and creative geniuses.” Omar Johnson, Chief Marketing Officer, Beats by Dr. Dre

Tom Keys, President, T-Mobile Indirect

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PARTNERS

PARTNERING WITH ASAS ON

SUPPORTING AFTER-SCHOOL

STEM

ADVOCACY

“We are excited to partner with ASAS to equip our nation’s future leaders with the 21st century skills they need to be successful. All kids need to have the chance to excel, and through our partnership we’re able to introduce students to science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers and opportunities that inspire us on a daily basis. Moreover, we believe that in order to inspire our kids, we need to empower our ASAS staff with the best training possible. With dynamic and educated staff, we create a lasting impact on our students and greater communities—we’re proud to be a part of this work.” Misha Malyshev, CEO, Teza Technologies

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“We are proud to collaborate with After-School All-Stars and most importantly, create positive change together. Through its expanding work in the after-school space, ASAS not only enhances communities but equips thousands of students for success each year. We are very pleased that through support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, ASAS will be able to continue conducting the research and data collection that is so critical to good program and policy development.” Gwynn Hughes, Program Officer, C.S. Mott Foundation

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SUCCESS STORY

“AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS TAUGHT ME TO BE MYSELF.”

Ti’Andre

An ASAS Success!

High School senior Ti’Andre, graduate of ASAS programming in South Florida, says After-School All-Stars changed the trajectory of his life. Ti’Andre grew up in the Liberty City neighborhood of Miami, raised by a single mother of four. Before joining the program, he did not have the resources and support he needed for success. Teachers described him as a child with a bad temper and a “don’t mess with me” attitude. Upon joining ASAS at Miami’s Brownsville Middle School, Ti’Andre turned his attitude around thanks to programs that engaged his talents and staff that showed him that they were invested in his success. Ti’Andre soon began competing in oratory debates and using his newly developed persuasive skills to encourage his peers to join and volunteer with ASAS. Ti’Andre also attended All-Stars’ perspective-altering CampUs program– an intensive overnight summer camp held at universities across the country that prepares rising 9th grade students for college. Ti’Andre says that ASAS has taught him to be himself, to understand the value of a good education, and introduced him to his current role models and mentors. Ti’Andre has continued on his path to success after leaving ASAS, playing on his high school varsity football team, volunteering with ASAS programs at his former middle school, earning the distinction of Sergeant First Class in JROTC, and serving as the Lieutenant for the City of Miami Police Explorers. Ti’Andre was also awarded the honor of Student of the Year for the City of Miami. This summer, Ti’Andre represented ASAS in the National Summer Learning Association’s Summer Learning Day where he met First Lady Michelle Obama. Ti’Andre also participated in a panel discussion on the importance of summer learning opportunities, highlighting his involvement with ASAS CampUs. Ti’Andre was also recently selected to a two-year term on the America’s Promise Alliance Board of Directors, where he will work closely with the Board to create positive change for students in the community. Looking ahead, Ti’Andre has plans to attend Stanford, West Point, or Columbia. He says he hopes to one day become either a police officer, a prosecutor, or President of the United States.

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SUPPORTERS

FY14 ASAS NETWORK SUPPORTERS $1,000,000 & UP

City of Orlando Florida Department of Education Georgia Department of Human Services Miami-Dade County Public Schools Ohio Governor’s Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives Orange County Public Schools State of Hawaii Department of Education

$500,000 – $999,999 21st Century Community Learning Centers Arnold Schwarzenegger Marcus Foundation Windsong Trust

$100,000 – $499,999

BEATS Electronics LLC Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Children’s Trust City of Atlanta’s Centers of Hope City of San Antonio-Edgewood Challenge Program Elaine P. Wynn & Family Foundation FOX Sports Network John Simonian/Westime Keiller Leadership Academy Mazda Foundation (USA) Inc. MetroPCS Wireless, Inc. Monarch School San Diego Montgomery County Educational Service Center New York Life Foundation Omaze, LLC San Antonio Independent School District After School Challenge Program SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, LLC Three Square Food Bank Universal Orlando Walt Disney Company Whitehead Foundation

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$50,000 – $99,999

AEP Ohio Beat The Streets - Los Angeles Bob Safai/Madison Partners City of Toledo, Community Development Block Grant Clark County Outside Agency Grant CMGRP, Inc. Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks CTG DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation Edgewood Independent School District Challenge Program EJE Academies Charter School Fifth Third Bank Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, LLC MGM Resorts Foundation Office of Hawaiian Affairs Pacific Beach Middle School Penny and Roy McClurg Siemens Teza Technologies Tom Werner Wynn/Encore

$10,000 – $49,999

A Place Called Home AEG and LA Live Properties, LLC Allison Miller American Media, Inc./Shawn Perine AmeriGroup Annie Duke Anto Beverly Hills Ashford University Audemars Piguet Barry and Renee Honig Charitable Foundation, Inc. Bennett Family Foundation Beyond the Bell Breitling Brett Brewer Brett Martin/City National Bank Broad Foundation

Burger King/Glencoe Management Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Callan Law Carter Lay Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls Charities/Michael Reinsdorf Chicago Bulls Community Assist Fund, A McCormick Foundation Fund Children Mending Hearts Cisco Systems Foundation City of Los Angeles Coca-Cola Columbus Collegiate Academy Cooke Foundation, Limited Costco Wholesale Corporation Covanta Energy Dan Sturman Daniel Marshall David Arnold David Cho David Dollinger Dimitry Mazur/DNM Pharmacy, Inc. Dior Dwight Freeney Dwight Stuart Youth Fund Edgar Sargsyan Edison International Element Lifestyle Evolution Lab Design Farshad Fardad Feld Entertainment First Hawaiian Bank First Hawaiian Bank Foundation Girard Perregaux Google Griffon Corporation Hawaii Pacific Health Heart of Florida United Way Highlights Himan Brown Charitable Trust Hollywood Imprints Home Team Sports Howard Misle Household Hublot James and Abigail Campbell Family Foundation

BELIEVE IN THE

John C. Kish Foundation Joseph Drown Foundation Kamehameha Schools Ken Lawson Kimberly Johnson and Mark Johnson Klaus Heidegger Kobe & Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation Krispy Kreme Doughnuts/Feel Good Brands Laforce and Stevens, Inc. Lev Restaurant Group Light Group Limited Brands Los Angeles Lakers Mark Groussman Mercury Public Affairs Miami Foundation Miami HEAT Michael Fux Foundation Microsoft Conference - GIVE Miller Environmental, Inc./Gregg Miller Molina Healthcare of Ohio Monarch School Project Morris A. Hazan Family Foundation Muriel F. Siebert Foundation Muscle Pharm National School District Nu Image, Inc. Oak Productions Orlando City Soccer Club Orlando Utilitities Commission Paul Wachter/Main Street Advisors Pinpoint Marketing Group Ralphs/Food 4 Less RC Baker Foundation Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii Reverend Takie Okumura Foundation Robert Emami San Diego Gas & Electric Sandy Springs Education Force Shannon E. Hill and Peter Brigham SkeeTV SpaceJunk Stephen Goldfield Stern Family Trust Steven Kram/Content Partners, LLC


POWER OF

COMMUNiTY Steven Mizel Steven Weiss Sunroad Swayne Family Foundation Tallus Ski and Golf Private Residence Club Tijuana Flats/Just-in-Queso Foundation United Airlines Vadim Lampert/Time Elements, Inc. Wal-mart Stores, Inc. Wellpoint Foundation West Coast Conference Wet ‘n’ Wild

$5,000 – $9,999

34 Ways to Assist/Deveon Harris 808 Post Production A&B Printing A.C. Kobayashi Family Foundation Alexander and Baldwin, Inc. Andy and Amy Heyward Bank of Hawaii Bickerton, Lee, Dang and Sullivan, LLP Blacksand Capital BoldRide.com Booster, LLC Brandon Bass/Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC CAA Foundation Cardinal Health Cash America SuperPawn Chopard City of Henderson Community Development Block Grant Clayoquot Wilderness Resort Cleveland Foundation/AT&T Community Foundation for The National Capital Region/Bomani Johnson Costa Communications Cox Charities CPS Energy Creative Artists Agency Death Valley Natural History Association DJ Irie

Eastdil Secured, LLC Eastside Promise Neighborhood Eastside Promise Neighborhood Summer Emanuel J. Friedman Philanthropies Eric and Darlene Brandt Fernando Lopez Florida Power & Light Frank and Victoria Fertitta Foundation, LTD. General Mills Foundation Glashütte Original Golden Nugget Graham & Elizabeth Weston Greenspoon Marder Handel Architects Hawaii Hotel Industry Foundation Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Howard Hughes Corporation Huffington Post Hughes Corporation Iberia Tiles Indidesign International House of Blues Foundation Jameer Nelson Jay Brown Jewitt Orthopedic Jim Jimmerson Jordan Lieberman Justin Reynolds Kelly Russell Kobayashi Group Konami Gaming, Inc. Kyo-ya Hotels and Resorts Kyra Dorsey Lori Neville Mark James/Integrity Vehicle Solutions Marty Glaske MasTec, Inc. Matt Greene Monte & Susan Miller Morgan Stanley, EGL Motor 4 Toys Najim Family Foundation One Drop Orlando Health Payless ShoeSource Peckman Co. LLC

SUPPORTERS

Poseiden Properties Prosperos Books, Inc. Publix Super Markets Pure Perception Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada Rhonda Brown Richard Haddrill San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres Sandy Sigal Scott Callahan, P.A. Sensa Products, LLC Shulman Family Foundation SLS Foundation Soles 4 Souls Station Casinos Susanne and Gary Tobey Family Foundation Tech Soup Toledo MetroParks Treasure Island/Phil Ruffin University of Central Florida Valero Energy WFTV Whole Foods Market Wirtz Beverage Nevada Wynn Las Vegas Zenith Watches

$1,000 – $4,999

42West Abbot Studios ABC Fine Wine & Spirits Akerman, LLP Albert Busek All American Containers Allen Furst Alliance for a Healthier Generation Allied THA Alston & Bird Law Firm American Airlines Center American Association of Police Polygraphists, Inc. American Mattress American Savings Bank Amsler, Goldberg, Meneses/UBS Financial Services

Amy Shelton McNutt AND1 Andrea Tavarez Anthology Marketing Group Aristocrat Technologies, Inc. Arnold Classic AT&T August Direnzo Avanzar Interior Technologies Avi Mannis BA Star BAMX Enterprises, LLC BB&T BCBG Max Azria Group, LLC BEI Hawaii Binion Family Foundation Blue Jackets Foundation Blue Man Group Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP Brad Schrupp BRAIN Trust Marketing & Communications Brenden Theaters Bright House Networks Bruce Cohen Memorial Cancer Foundation Carrie Meek Foundation Castaic Girl Scouts Centro Med Chicago Bulls Chicago Cares Christopher Fillo City and County of Honolulu Classic Productions Columbus Foundation Commissioner Patty Sheehan Commissioner Robert Stuart Commissioner Tony Ortiz Connections Academy Crabbe, Brown & James, LLP Cushman & Wakefield Dallas Stars Dayton Rotary Foundation Divisions, Inc. Divisions Maintenance Group Doug Gillespie Downtown on Ice Dreamworks El Tipico

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Indirect, Tom Keys, President, T-Mobile and inspires students and staff to find pursue their passions.

Emilie Alber Escamilla & Poneck, LLP Eugene & Jayne Matsuyama Excenture Business Solutions, LLC Faiss Foley Warren FC Facilitator LLC Forest City Enterprises Festive Kitchen Fifth-Third Bank First Insurance Company Flowers in Beverly Hills Fox Sports Ohio Frank G. Jameson Frédérique Constant Friends of Hawaii Charities Frost Bank GIFT Foundation of Hawaii Global Surveillance Goodfellow Bros, Inc. Grand Canyon National Park Grange Insurance Gray-Robinson, P.A. Greg Simonian Guy Brenner/Proskauer Rose, LLP Hawaii Community Foundation Hawaii Medical Services Association Hawaiian Telcom H-E-B Grocery Company, LP Helenita Groves Hilton Columbus Downtown Holland & Knight, LLP Honolulu Star Advertiser HPM Building Supply Hubert’s Lemonade Huntington National Bank Hutchinson, Shockey, Erley & Co. Infante Zumpano, LLC Integrys Energy International Chiropractors Association Internet Brands, Inc./Ashton Dorkins Isaiah Mustafa JeanRichard Jefferson Awards for Public Service Jeffrey & Lynn Watanabe Jenna Morton Jim Gorman Joel Kaplan John & Debbie Montford John Pucci

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Jonathan Foster Joyce Timpson and Associates JP Morgan Judith Perez KABC-TV Karen Hixon Karma Tequila Kathleen Harney Kenneth Szymanski Kersten Rettig Kiewit Building Group KIND Bars Kings Care Foundation KTLA-TV KVEA-TV Telemundo 52 L.A. Works LA Live Properties, LLC Latina Media Ventures, LLC Laura DiMaggio Law Offices of San San Lee Lee Vista, Inc. Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP List USA, Inc. Los Angeles Kings Lots of Laughs Management Lovo Cigars Lucas County Sheriff Fund Macallan Mangos Tropical Café Marketing Connections Marmol Export Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. Maverick Carter McDonald Hopkins MCL Fresh, Inc. MDC Partners Metro PCS Miami Marlins Michael & Sandy Hartley Michael Schlesinger Mike & Jill Elia Monarch Insurance Mor Financial Services Nada Aried Nationwide Children’s Hospital NBC.COM New Albany Classic Nextgen Fire Protection, LLC NFL Foundation

NFLPA NuStar OB1, LLC (Steve Kalish) Oswald Companies Outside Las Vegas Foundation Pacific Links Hawaii Foundation Pacific Resource Partnership Palekana Permits Paradise Development, LTD Parquet Public Affairs Patrick Lewis Paul Goldenberg PDQ Printing Peter & Darin Feinstein Philpotts and Associates Phojo Photo, LLC Popcornopolis Post & Beam Power Player Lifestyle Magazine PrePop.com ProService Pulte Homes Queen’s Medical Center Rackspace Range 702 Rebecca Simmons/Rick Clemons Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association Relativity Media Richanne Lam Richard Lopez/XCEL Energy Rider Levett Bucknell RK Group Roig Lawyers Ronald Book Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation Roosters Royal Contracting Company Limited Rural Metro Rylan Rawlins Sabrina Kay San Antonio Water System Sara Brenner Schneider Downs Schneider Tanaka Radovich Andrew & Tanaka, LLLC Scott Galer Scotts Miracle Grow Season at Incline, LLC d.b.a J.Glenn

Seitland Select Equity Group Foundation Seth Kugler Seven Signatures Sharp International Shawn Cardinal Shooting Range Industries, LLC Silver Eagle Sloane & Nate Hurst Smothers Auto Parts Society of Childrens Book Writers Southern Wine & Spirits Southwest Airlines Speedia Tax & Accounting Speedway Children’s Charities Stanley Shuster Stephanie Leger Short Stephanie Leger Short/WPX Energy Steve Siegel Sullivan Properties Summa Hawaii Summer Foundation Summit Consulting Super Bakery Susan Reed Taco Bell Texas Capital Bank Thomas Keys Thomas McDonald Todd Seto & Joy Matsuyama Tori Richards Trish Buchanan/WPX Energy TXTWIRE Technologies UBS Financial Ultimate Bow UPS UPS Grant US Bank USAA Foundation Vector Media Walter Lantz Foundation Weekly, Lawrence White & Case, LLP Will Allen YFB Clothing Yogurtland Atlantic Square Zilber Family Foundation


SCHOOL OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT DISTRICT :PARTNERS: PARTNERS Alliance College-Ready Charter Schools Atlanta Public Schools Bright Star Schools Cajon Valley School District Camino Nuevo Charter Academy Schools Chicago Public Schools Clark County School District Columbus City Schools Dayton Public Schools District of Columbia Public Schools Edgewood Independent School District Fulton County Public Schools Hawaii Department of Education ICEF Charter Schools Juvenile Courts and Community Schools KIPP Schools Leadership Academy Charter Schools Los Angeles Unified School District Miami Dade County Public Schools Montebello Unified School District New York City Department of Education Newark Unified School District Orange County Public Schools Philadelphia School District San Antonio Independent School District San Diego Unified School District

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LEADERSHIP

NATIONAL

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Ben Paul

Kristy Gausman

Carlos Santini

President & CEO

Cause Marketing Associate

Vice President of Programs

Makini Allwood

Marsi Lopez

Kanchan Sakhrani

Fundraising & Staff Assistant

Marketing Manager

Program Manager

Emily Ausbrook

Ilya Malinsky

Sean Segal

Executive Vice President of Development & Marketing

Senior Grant Writer

Vice President of Chapter Support

Emely Martinez Cockrell

Leah Martinez

Natalia Sol

Sr. Director of Talent Development

Development Assistant

Vice President of External Affairs – South Florida

Aaron Philip Dworkin

Megan Donahue Nieves

Jason Spector

President, National Network

Operations Manager

National Research & Evaluation Manager

Kat Ferry

Theresa Olivier

Elizabeth Treble

Executive Assistant to CEO

Development Manager

Vice President of Regional Development, East

Sarah Gardner

Alyssa Plotkin

Director of Operations

Program & Volunteer Coordinator

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LEADERSHIP

CHAPTER ATLANTA

NEWARK & NEW YORK

SAN ANTONIO

Dr. Walt Thompson

Dax-Devlon Ross

Dr. Patricia Karam

Executive Director

Executive Director

Executive Director

CHICAGO

NORTH TEXAS

SAN DIEGO

William ‘BJ’ Lohr

Marissa Castro Mikoy

Tyree Dillingham

Program Manager

Executive Director

Executive Director

HAWAII

OHIO

SOUTH FLORIDA

Dawn Dunbar

Sienna Daniel

Sean Prospect

Executive Director

Executive Director

Executive Director

LAS VEGAS

ORLANDO

WASHINGTON D.C.

Ranna Daud

Tyler Chandler

Aminata Ahmadu

Executive Director

Executive Director

Program Manager

LOS ANGELES

PHILADELPHIA

Ana Campos

Reynelle Brown Stanley

Executive Director

Executive Director

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BOARD MEMBERS

NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOUNDER & HONORARY CHAIR

Annie Duke

Michael Reinsdorf

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Author, Public Speaker

President & COO, Chicago Bulls

Randy Freer

Bonnie Reiss

President & COO, FOX Networks Group

Global Director, USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State & Global Policy

38th Governor of the State of California HONORARY CHAIR

Maria Shriver Former First Lady of California

Scott Galer Partner, Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP

CHAIRMAN

Paul D. Wachter

Partner, Busara Strategic Advisors

Mark Groussman

President & CEO, Main Street Advisors

Managing Member, Bull Hunter, LLC

PRESIDENT & CEO

Daniel L. Hernandez

Ben Paul After-School All-Stars DIRECTORS

Brett Brewer Co-Founder, CrossCut Ventures

Maverick Carter

Joseph P. Schlater

John Simonian Founder, Westime

President & CEO, Hollenbeck Youth Center

Amy Moynihan Heyward

Tom Werner Owner, Good Humor TV Chairman, Boston Red Sox

Partner, A Squared Entertainment

Omar Johnson Chief Marketing Officer of Global Marketing, Beats Electronics, LLC

EMERITUS DIRECTORS

CEO, LRMR Marketing

Tom Keys Rodney Cohen

President, T-Mobile Indirect

Carol Ann Haake

Managing Director, The Carlyle Group

Laura DiMaggio Partner, Nigro, Karlin, Segal, Feldstein & Bolno, LLP

August Direnzo Vice Chairman/Brokerage, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

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Henry Cisneros

Jane H. Macon

Priscilla Hernandez

Partner, Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP Chairperson, Siebert Financial

Kirk Posmantur Todd Wagner

Misha Malyshev

William S. White

CEO & Founder, Teza

Harris Wofford Elaine Wynn


BOARD MEMBERS

CHAPTER BOARD CHAIRS ATLANTA

NEWARK/NEW YORK

PHILADELPHIA

Kirk Posmantur

August DiRenzo

Rob Recine

Founder & Chairman, AXCESS Worldwide

Honorary Chair Vice Chairman/Brokerage, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Managing Partner, New York Life

Michael C. Schmidt

Jane Macon

HAWAII

Brett Brewer Honorary Chair Co-Founder, CrossCut Ventures

Greg Dickhens President, Prince Resorts Hawaii

SAN ANTONIO Partner, Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP Chairperson, Siebert Financial

Partner, Cozen O’Connor NORTH TEXAS

SAN DIEGO

Phil Terry

Henry Ford

Philanthropist

Sr. Vice President, FOX Sports San Diego

LAS VEGAS

Elaine Wynn Honorary Chair Wynn Resorts

Jenna Morton Co-Owner, Morton Group

OHIO SOUTH FLORIDA

Michael Coleman

Benjamin F. Gilbert, Jr.

Honorary Chair Mayor, City of Columbus

VP Business Development, MasTec, Inc.

Christopher O’Shaughnessy

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Attorney, McDonald Hopkins, LLC

Sara Brenner

John Pucci Senior Executive, Wynn Las Vegas

President, Community Wealth Partners ORLANDO

Thomas Callan LOS ANGELES

Sabrina Kay Chairman & CEO, Fremont College

Founder & Attorney, Thomas P. Callan, P.A.

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FOR THE 2014 FISCAL YEAR, AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS’ TOTAL NETWORK OPERATING BUDGET WAS WITH NEARLY 90 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR GOING DIRECTLY INTO PROGRAMMING.

$35,648,072

ASAS NETWORK FUNDING

Government Revenue 66% Foundation Revenue 16% Corporate Revenue 6% Event Revenue 5% Individual Revenue 4% Other 3%

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