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GREATER THAN THE SUM OF OUR PARTS FISCAL YEAR 2016 ANNUAL REPORT


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ASAS 2016 ANNUAL REPORT


TABLE OF CONTENTS 2

A Message From Our President & CEO

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National Footprint

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Mission, Vision & Culture

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Slam Dunk Story

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Thank You, New York Life Foundation

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Initiatives & Programs

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Youth Development

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People Are Talking

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Chapter Snapshots

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Partner Engagement

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Our Generous Supporters

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Our School Partners

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Financials

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Leadership

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO

DEAR FAMILY & FRIENDS, When we ask our students what they like most about After-School All-Stars (ASAS), they rarely mention the activities they participate in, but rather talk about how the program makes them feel. As Winston, an eighth grader from New York put it, “I love ASAS because the staff understands how I feel and they help me grow as a person.” For Winston, as for many of our students, ASAS has been a positive and empowering force in their lives. Atlanta All-Star Aboubacar saw firsthand the power of ASAS, proclaiming “Thanks to ASAS, I can be like my brother. I, too, can travel and go on college tours.” His older brother, Amadou, is an ASAS alum and current sophomore at Stanford University. Last year, Amadou represented ASAS at the White House “Beating the Odds Summit” to share how our program prepared him for college success.

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Our impact extends beyond individual students and can positively affect whole communities. I witnessed this firsthand while visiting the Dewey School in Chicago. I learned from the Dean of Students that she has been inundated by calls from parents wanting to enroll their children in our program. She shared with me that ASAS played a major role in Dewey’s transformation from thirdworst school in the State of Illinois to one of the top performers in the Chicago Public School system.

Thanks to our staff, supporters and friends, Winston, Aboubacar and the 73,706 students we serve know that they are part of the All-Star family and that they belong to a community invested in their long-term success. Sincerely,

Ben Paul ASAS President & CEO

As we grow, more students, schools and communities are experiencing the positive impact of ASAS. This past year we launched two new chapters and expanded programing across the country, bringing our total network to 50 cities. The ASAS community is the largest it has ever been and we now reach more children than ever before.

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“THERE’S A DEEP SENSE OF BELONGING IN BEING AN ALL-STAR” Ben Paul, ASAS President & CEO

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NATIONAL FOOTPRINT

NATIONAL FOOTPRINT OUR STUDENTS 51% Female 49% Male

SOCIOECONOMICS 86% of our students meet the income requirement to qualify for Free or Reduced Price Lunch

SCHOOL LEVEL 62% Middle Schools 33% Elementary Schools 5% High Schools

DIVERSITY 51% Latino/a 32% African-American/Black 9% White 4% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% Native American 1% Other

BY THE NUMBERS

73,706 19 50 351 13 students

chapters

schools

cities

Headquarters

states

(incl. District of Columbia)

Chapters


MISSION, VISION & CULTURE

OUR CORE VALUES

PROACTIVE | ENTREPRENEURIAL | TRANSPARENT | ACCOUNTABLE | COLLABORATIVE OUR MISSION

OUR VISION

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

IS FOR OUR ALL-STARS TO BE SAFE AND HEALTHY, TO GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL AND GO TO COLLEGE, TO FIND CAREERS THEY LOVE, AND THEN GIVE BACK TO THEIR COMMUNITIES.

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SLAM DUNK STORY

“THEY SAW SOMETHING IN ME THAT SLAM I DIDN’T SEE DUNK IN MYSELF” STORY Reshanda Gray, WNBA Player & ASAS Alumna

MENTORS MAKE A DIFFERENCE Reshanda Gray is an alumna of our ASAS Los Angeles program and current WNBA player for the Atlanta Dream. She grew up in a one-bedroom apartment, where her parents battled with drug and alcohol abuse. “I was kicking and screaming,” says Reshanda, recalling the day the police separated her from her mom. “For us to be driving away in the back of a police car and have your mom chasing the car down. No kid should have to go through that…” Reshanda joined ASAS, which quickly became her safe haven. Tyrone Dinneen became a life-long mentor and encouraged her to try basketball, giving her life new direction and focus. Joining a team and becoming more active helped build her confidence and natural talents, ultimately leading to a full scholarship at UC Berkeley and her current career as a professional athlete.

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“THIS PROGRAM WAS HER SAFE HAVEN.” ASAS mentor, Tyrone Dinneen


SLAM DUNK STORY


THANK YOU, NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION

“WE CAN’T DO THIS WORK ALONE” Arnold Schwarzenegger, ASAS Founder

THANK YOU, NYLF!

NEWEST CHAPTERS

NEW JERSEY | PHILADELPHIA | TAMPA | CLEVELAND | BAY AREA | PUGET SOUND ACCOMPLISHED TOGETHER Thanks to the New York Life Foundation, ASAS has added 6 new chapters over 3 years, expanding our national network to 19 total chapters!

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“We can’t do this work alone,” said Arnold Schwarzenegger, founder of ASAS. “It takes partners like the New York Life Foundation to reach more schools and help more students. It’s fantastic to see everyone getting to work.”

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THANK YOU, NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION

BY THE NUMBERS

2,085 6 16 6 125 students

chapters

sites

years of partnership

NYLF volunteers


INITIATIVES & PROGRAMS

TEAMWORK | MENTORSHIP | HEALTHY HABITS | FITNESS & NUTRITION

SPORTS AS A HOOK (SAAH)

HOOP HEROES

ASAS RECEIVES IMPACT AWARD

SAAH is a health and wellness living program.

Our signature basketball-based youth leadership and mentoring camp was offered in eight cities across the country.

First Lady Michelle Obama’s Partnership for Healthier America awarded ASAS the National Impact Award, honoring our work on combating childhood obesity and building a healthier future for America’s children.

4.4

days per week participants reported exercising on average, a full day more than non-participants

91%

of SAAH participants said I know how to make good choices about health and nutrition

3 MIL

Sports As A Hook program hours received

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INITIATIVES & PROGRAMS

HIGH SCHOOL TRANSITION | COLLEGE PREP | CAREER PATH EXPOSURE

328K

W.A.R. program hrs received

96%

of W.A.R. participants expressed high academic self-efficacy, saying I can do well in school

82%

WE ARE READY (W.A.R.)

SPOTLIGHT

We Are Ready is a high school readiness and success program.

For the second time, ASAS was selected to be featured in the American Graduate Day PBS broadcast celebrating the power of mentorship. Alumna and Atlanta Dream player Reshanda Gray talked about the impact her ASAS mentors had on her academic and career success.

C ampUs CampUs is a one-week immersion camp focused on college access and attainment. Multiple camps took place at UCLA, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Ohio State and University of Hawaii.

said they understand the college application process

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INITIATIVES & PROGRAMS

FINANCIAL LITERACY | CAREER DEVELOPMENT | ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CEO

STEM

INNOVATION NATION

Career Exploration Opportunities (CEO) helps students develop the skills they need to compete in the modern workforce such as resume writing, financial education, public speaking and leadership.

STEM programming – offered to nearly 1,000 students in 6 cities – layers together many of the skills needed to be successful in a science and technology-focused economy.

ASAS was proud to be honored at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions for our work in preparing kids for tomorrow’s jobs. The panels were co-hosted by a consortium of technology industry associations including the Internet Association, TechNet, and the Entertainment Software Association, who together represent hundreds of tech companies.

In addition, professionals from the community mentor students, host All-Stars in their offices, and draw connections between students’ interests and career paths.

87%

of participants said I can create a resume or cover letter

300K

CEO program hours received

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PROMOTE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & CIVIC AWARENESS | EMPOWER YOUTH

89%

of LSA participants said I am confident that I can positively change my community

71%

of participants volunteer in their community

429K

LSA program hours received

LIFE SERVICE ACTION (LSA)

YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD (YAB)

LEADERS AMONGST LEADERS

LSA promotes social responsibility and civic awareness by empowering youth to be agents of change.

YAB is comprised of 18 exemplary student leaders from all chapters, selected through a competitive application process, who offer our staff feedback and guidance and execute local service projects in their communities.

This year DC and Puget Sound YAB Members were awarded Global Youth Service community grants, and designated as lead agencies by Youth Service America,, to turn their project ideas into action.

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT EMPOWER & IMPROVE ASAS partnered with the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality to pilot the Youth Program Quality Intervention (YPQI). YPQI is a research-validated quality improvement system, advancing youth development in four key areas. Safe Environment: Psychological and emotional safety is promoted; the physical environment is safe and free of health hazards. Supportive: Staff members provide a welcoming atmosphere and supports building new skills. Interaction: Youth are given opportunities to develop a sense of belonging and act as group facilitators and mentors. Engagement: Youth have opportunities to make plans and reflect.

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PEOPLE ARE TALKING

PEOPLE ARE TALKING! NEW BUZZ

MAKING HEADLINES

We’re proud to share that our supporters, peers and industry experts are buzzing about how ASAS helps students succeed in school and life.

HONORS & ACHIEVEMENTS Charity Navigator, the most utilized evaluator of non-profits, gave ASAS the top rating of Four Stars ASAS is participating in GuideStar at the Platinum Level – the highest level of recognition offered Great Nonprofits has listed ASAS as a 2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit Social Impact Exchange includes ASAS in the 100 high-impact nonprofits nationwide Innovation Nation recognized ASAS for our work on STEM ASAS earned the Partnership for a Healthier America Impact Award

“THERE’S NO PAY-TO-PLAY IN AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS” Tampa Bay Times

“MAYOR DYER VISITS MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS DURING HOUR OF CODE PROGRAM” “AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY 2016 FOCUSES ON IMPORTANCE OF MENTORSHIP” “ASAS SOUTH FLORIDA ALUM TI’ANDRE BELLINGER EXCELS AT POLICE ACADEMY” “ASAS STEM CAMPUS EVENT LETS OUR EMPLOYEES GIVE BACK” “WHY WE NEED TO INVEST IN KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON AFTER-SCHOOL”


CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS

CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS “IT’S SO STUNNING THAT IT MAKES YOUR JAW JUST DROP BECAUSE IT’S SO BEAUTIFUL” Adalai, 7th Grade, seeing the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas Chapter

ATLANTA

21 schools 3,382 students ASAS Atlanta teamed up with MetroPCS for their back-to-school marketing campaign, with proceeds benefiting local All-Stars. A career exploration day at a MetroPCS store capped off the campaign, where students learned about the diverse career opportunities in telecommunications.

CHICAGO

162 schools 34,859 students ASAS Chicago students huddle together after a cold, damp morning of giving back to the community for Chicago Youth Service Day.

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BAY AREA

NEW CHAPTER!

ASAS Bay Area launched in Fall 2016 thanks to the New York Life Foundation.

CLEVELAND

1 school 82 students The Cleveland Clinic joined forces with ASAS to prevent childhood obesity through health education and fitness activities, while also providing emotional support to students navigating adolescence.

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4 schools 572 students

COLUMBUS

HAWAII

ASAS Columbus students are warmer due to generous winter clothing donations from the community. First Lady of Ohio, Karen W. Kasich, joined corporate volunteers to wrap gifts for distribution before the holidays.

14 schools 5,700 students

LAS VEGAS

Local Youth Advisory Board members collaborate with community partners to host a free event bringing awareness to the danger of underage drinking which offered healthy and fun alternative activities.

LOS ANGELES

Lifetime Adventures program participants meditate and write about their outdoor experience at Ooh Aah Point in Grand Canyon National Park during her Spring Break capstone trip.

3 schools 552 students

NEW JERSEY

ASAS New Jersey partners with U.S. Soccer Foundation, Newark Public Schools, and the MLS Red Bulls to build an artificial pitch giving kids a safe place to play.

95%

10 schools 2,036 students

40 schools 11,251 students Student leaders give back by participating in the Empowerment Congress in Los Angeles with their local officials, making cards for hospital patients, and feeding the homeless.

NEW YORK

4 schools 843 students Amy’s Bread selected ASAS New York as their “Charity of the Month” as part of their Chef Sandwiches for Good campaign. April sales from the “All-Star Turkey Cheddar Melt” directly benefited our students.

of students felt they could positively change their community

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CHAPTER SNAPSHOTS

NORTH TEXAS

3 schools 234 students

ORLANDO

ASAS Orlando thespians are captured on stage during a scene from their winter production of A Christmas Carol.

Francesca Gilbard, from the Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School, says “At All-Star University, I got to learn about working together as a team, how to manage my money, and meet some awesome people. I even went to the White House. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity!”

PHILADELPHIA

2 schools 164 students

13 schools 3,689 students

TOP 5

named a Top 5 Youth Service Organization in Florida by Youth Service America

PUGET SOUND

NEW CHAPTER!

Power Poets read and studied poetry and prepared for a presentation of their own writing. Parents and students gather to listen to the poems students had written during school.

ASAS Puget Sound launched in Fall 2016 thanks to the New York Life Foundation.

SAN ANTONIO

33 schools 5,991 students ASAS San Antonio partners with San Antonio Sports to implement the “i play! after-school” initiative which includes lessons on good nutrition and building strong personal character.

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SOUTH FLORIDA

34 schools 3,427 students ASAS South Florida was selected by the Marlins Foundation as one of their Empowerment Charity Partners for 2016. Second baseman Dee Gordon and right fielder Giancarlo Stanton kicked-off the partnership with a special celebration.

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1 school 124 students

TAMPA

ASAS Tampa with New York Life Foundation and other local supporters had a fun and hands-on chapter launch celebration. Students taught attendees how to play lacrosse, cook a healthy snack, and demonstrated flying drone.

3 schools 365 students

TOLEDO

ASAS Toledo students attend a one-week summer camp that brought them to Metroparks where they gained a new appreciation for nature and science.

3 schools 435 students

WASHINGTON, DC

ASAS DC graduated the first class of All-Stars from its founding school. Imani Donaldson and Arnedja Evans have been with ASAS since day one, and recently they were both accepted to the competitive high schools of their choice.

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“OUR STUDENTS ACCOMPLISHED A LOT OF FIRSTS AT OUR METROPARKS CAMP.” ASAS Site Manager, Walbridge Elementary, Toledo Chapter

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PARTNER ENGAGEMENT


THANK YOU TO OUR

FEATURED PARTNERS EXEMPLARY COMMITMENT

KEEP THE GOOD THINGS GOING

A FRESH TAKE ON FOOD

In Los Angeles, the 4th Annual Arnold Schwarzenegger - Westime Charity Night at Schwarzenegger’s private home celebrated ASAS at the Wild West themed event. Guests donned cowboy hats and boots to enjoy animal encounters. Daredevils tried their luck on the mechanical bull and magician David Blaine drew gasps from the crowd with his mind blowing feats.

Students in Newark, Philadelphia, Cleveland and Tampa are thriving in their ASAS programs, while our newest chapters in Puget Sound and the Bay Area are off to a strong start, thanks to a $4 million, threeyear grant from the New York Life Foundation, the largest grant in ASAS’ 20+ year history. The partnership engaged employees across the nation through volunteerism ranging from local board service to service projects.

By partnering with the Mondelez Foundation, we’ve deepened health and nutrition programming and increased staff training to empower students and communities to take charge of their well-being. Students are embracing lifelong healthy habits by creating budget-friendly healthy meals, analyzing nutrition labels and engaging in active play.

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PARTNER ENGAGEMENT

PARTNERS

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VOLUNTEERS FROM ASAS PARTNERS NATIONWIDE

STEM AND SERVICE

BEAT THE BUZZER

EMPLOYEES GIVE BACK

Teza employees volunteered by joining students at STEM CampUs in NYC to help judge the business development competition and engaged in casual mentoring sessions. Teza’s CEO and Founder continued to serve on the National Board of Directors.

FOX Sports employees in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Ohio and Miami participated in “CEO Relay Races” that paired FOX volunteers with small groups of students for fastpaced speed mentoring sessions geared at exposing students to the sports broadcasting industry. With an eye on the clock, students peppered volunteers with questions before the buzzer rang and they raced to the next volunteer.

MetroPCS Atlanta employees organized a back-to-school campaign that distributed backpacks and supplies to local homeless shelters, raised money through a point-ofsale campaign, and created holiday memories at those same shelters. In Dallas, employees supported the Rising Star benefit luncheon. South Florida staff volunteered at the annual Superfest health and fitness event. In Los Angeles, MetroPCS participated in our biggest CEO Relay Race to date.

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A DECADE OF SUPPORT For more than a decade, the C.S. Mott Foundation has been a critical funder and thought-partner who has enabled ASAS to bolster staff trainings and improve program quality, impacting all 73,706 students we serve. The C.S. Mott Foundation was also the founding funder of our Washington, DC chapter, which has grown in the four years since its inception from one school to five, reaching over 500 students.

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PARTNER ENGAGEMENT


PARTNER ENGAGEMENT

REPORTING LIVE

HOUR OF CODE

News Corp reporters, editors, lawyers, accountants, advertising executives, and mobile app and content developers introduced students to diverse careers in journalism during a visit to their NYC headquarters. Students got a firsthand look at newsroom floor operations and helped various departments tackle real challenges. News Corp, home to Dow Jones, The Wall Street Journal, News America Marketing, New York Post, and Harper Collins Publishing, is a national supporter of our CEO initiative.

All-Star students and Best Buy employees participated in December’s Hour of Code, a global movement to introduce students to computer science and computer programming through one-hour workshops. The Best Buy Foundation is a national partner supporting STEM and CEO. In Orlando, All-Stars teamed up with the Mayor’s office, showcasing the skills they’ve mastered through the Best Buy program partnership.

CODING, ROBOTICS & SCIENCE

BACK TO SCHOOL

Glaxo Smith Kline, a science-led global health care company with a mission to help people do more, feel better, and live longer, partners with AfterSchool All-Stars to support STEM programs for low-income youth nationwide. GSK support helps ASAS bring coding, engineering, science, digital media, robotics, and other STEM offerings into classrooms, empowering the leaders of tomorrow through STEM career exposure.

JCPenney employees gave back to North Texas students by organizing a backpack donation to celebrate the Back-to-School season. In Los Angeles, employees participated in our largest CEO Relay Race during ASAS Los Angeles’ CampUs program, sharing career advice with rising high school freshmen.

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OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS

SUPPORTERS $1,000,000+ City of Orlando Georgia Department of Human Services Governors Office of Faith Based & Community Initiatives Miami-Dade County Public Schools New York Life Foundation Orange County Public Schools State of California Department of Education $500,000 - $999,999 Arnold Schwarzenegger City of San Antonio Florida Department of Education 21st CCLC Grants Marcus Foundation, The New York City Department of Youth & Community Development Scott & Miriam Cawthon State of Hawaii Department of Education $100,000 - $499,999 Alliance for College Ready Academies Ben & Tracy Lange Best Buy Children’s Foundation C.S. Mott Foundation City & County of Honolulu Diana Davis Spencer Foundation Disney Faena Fox Sports Network GlaxoSmithKline Internet Association, The JCPenney John & Greg Simonian Kamehameha Schools Lisa Lucheta McInerny Foundation Mondelez International Inc. Newark Public Schools News Corp Pennsylvania Department of Education Research Corporation of University of Hawaii SeaWorld Orlando Teza Technologies, LLC. United Way HomeWalk United Way New York United Way of Metropolitan Chicago Universal Orlando Westime Windsong Trust $50,000 - $99,999 Aloha United Way Annie Duke & Eric Brooks Beat the Streets Beyond the Bell Learning Center, Inc. Bradley Doss Charities Aid Foundation America-NIKE Children Mending Hearts Cisco Systems Foundation City of Los Angeles City of Tampa Parks & Recreation David Ellison DC Children & Youth Investment Trust Corporation DC Public Schools Don Cheadle

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Dr. Phillips Center for Children & Families ECJ Luxe Edgar Sargsyan Edgewood ISD Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Fifth Third Bank Ford Motor Company Fund Hawaii Community Foundation Hearst Foundations, The Himan Brown Charitable Trust Hublot John Morgan Lucas County Jobs & Family Services Mazda Foundation New Jersey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Nickelodeon Office of Hawaiian Affairs Paul Wachter Renaissance Charitable Foundation Romero Britto Siemens Tai Lopez Target Todd Wagner Tom Werner $10,000 - $49,999 Alan Richardson Albert Hanley III Alonzo H. Mourning, Jr. Amangani American Express Foundation American Media, Inc. Amy Moynihan & Andy Heyward Andrew Finkle Anirays Camino Ash Marton Audemars Piguet August DiRenzo AvalonBay Communities, Inc. Bacardi Banc of California Bank of America Bank of Hawaii Barry & Renee Honig Charitable Foundation BBVA Compass Bekim Veseli Ben Lange Boich Companies, LLC. Bret Morrison CAA Foundation Caesars Entertainment Callan Law Carlos Saladrigas (Regis HR) Charity Buzz Chicago Bulls/ McCormick Foundation City National Bank Classic Productions Cleveland Foundation - AT&T Columbus Recreation & Parks / City of Columbus Content Partners, LLC. Costco Wholesale Corporation Covanta Dade Renew Energy, LLC. CST Brands Foundation CurtCo Robb Media, LLC. Dallas Stars Foundation

Dallas Women’s Foundation Daniel L. Nir & Jill E. Braufman Family Foundation Daniel Marshall Edison International Eton Advisors, LP (Finker-Frenkel Legacy FDN) Europa Fabian Nunez First Hawaiian Bank Gina Ford Glanbia Gold’s Gym Golf Channel / NBC Good Sports Graham & Elizabeth Weston Harvey Kesner Haute Living Hawaii Pacific Health Hawaiian Electric Industries Charitable Foundation Health Net Heart of Florida United Way HMSA Foundation Home Team Sports Jane Macon Jarrod Carmen Joe & Sharon Hernandez John Morgan Joseph Drown Foundation Joshua Wander KPMG KURO L Brands Lance H. Lubel Lee Bailey Los Angeles Unified School District Louis Albert Silvera Leveque Louis XIII Main Street Advisors Mark Burnett Mark Fisher Mark Groussman MEAD Family Foundaton Media Miami Heat Charitable Foundation, The Michael & Helen Schaffer Foundation Michele Malenotti Muriel F. Siebert Foundation National University System Niche Media Holdings, LLC. Nick Romanyk Nu Image NYY Steak Office of the DC State Superintendent OMAZE Orlando City Soccer Club OUC Pascal Nicolai Pedro Marti Phil Terry Philadelphia Energy Solutions PSEG Foundation Ralph M Parsons Foundation Real Estate Coach Pty, Ltd. Rees-Jones Foundation Rob Recine Robert Emami Ron Perelman Roy & Penny McClurg

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OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS Scott Berman Scott Schiff Sean Posner Serge Coles Sergio Rizzuto-Flancbaum Siemer Foundation SKTK Investment Partners Soles4Souls Steven & Debbie Weiss Sting HD Sue Linquist Susanne Charlton Swayne Family Foundation Texas Instruments Foundation The Internet Association The Leon J Simkins Charitable Foundation The TJX Companies Tijuana Flats / Just-in-Queso Foundation Todd Rosenberg True Spec Golf Ulysse Nardin United Way United Way, Inc. University of Southern California US Soccer Foundation Valerio Morabito Walmart Stores Wholesome Harvest Baking, LLC. WorldVision WWE $5,000 - $9,999 3DTheatricals A Place Called Home A.C. Kobayashi Family AmQuip Anna Komarova Arnold Sports Festival Booth BB&T Big East Brett & Sky Brewer California Endowment, The Carlsmith Ball Cornerstone Cozen O’Connor Cushman & Wakefield Cytosport Deloitte, LLP. DigitaLeagal Dr. Aromas Dream Builders Project Elaine Gorbach Levine F. Lopez Galloway Foundation Gary Tobey Grange Greenspoon Marder Greg & Keala Dickhens Hahn Loeser Hawaii High School Athletics Association Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. HFSF Grants Management, Inc. Industrial Light & Magic Iovate Irie Foundation Ivanka Trump Jewelry J I Horwitz & S M Horwitz Jewitt Orthopedic Jordan Rahal Klaus Heidegger Kobayashi Group, The Kobe & Vanessa Bryant Foundation Laura DiMaggio Lionsgate M. Carter MacNaughton Group, The Maserati of Manhattan Metro PCS Michael Smith Monroe Energy, LLC. Montebello Unified School District

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation Nestle Nevada Afterschool Network Orlando Health Pepco Holdings Perrelet Peter Sisitsky Proskauer, LLP. Publix Rhahime Bell Rick Selby Robert & Joan Dircks Foundation Rockwell Collins Ruth Zelcer San Antonio Area Foundation Shannon Brigham-Hill Smartfone Telecom, Inc. Stradley Ronon Sullivan Properties T. Keys Time Warner Cable University of Central Florida UPS Foundation W.P. & Bulah Luse Foundation Ward Management Development, LLC. Wells Fargo Foundation West Side Children’s Fund $1,000 - $4,999 ABC Fine Wine & Spirits Abigail Devaney Advance Wireless AEG Live AEP Air Force One Discovery Center Akerman, LLP. Alex Zuckerman Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. Align Public Strategies Allied IM AllState Alston & Bird American Airlines Center America’s Auto Auction Andrea Groussman Avi Mannis Baker Hostetler Barry & Terry Greenberg Beats By Dre Benevity Community Impact - Apple Bivium Capital Partners Blacksand Capital Blank Rome BlueLine Rental Bright House Networks Brown Miller Group Byrd Leavell Cardinal Health Carl & Kimberly Oxholm Carlos & Estefania Rosso Centerbridge Foundation Chicago Bulls Chipotle Restaurant Clean break Production Columbus 2020 Commissioner Jim Gray Commissioner Patty Sheehan Commissioner Robert Stuart Commissioner Samuel Ings Commissioner Tony Ortiz Context Capital Partners Costa Communications Cozen O’Connor CW Associates Cynthia Demos Communication Danielle Romanyk Dash Wireless, Inc. David Arnold David Bender David Campisi

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Derek & Jennifer Snook Docu+Brand Creative Dr. & Mrs. Henry Ellis Edie Rodriguez Eugene & Jayne Matsuyama First Choice Bank First Insurance Company of Hawaii Fox Group Fred Villoria Friends of Hawaii Charities Gail Lewis Gary & Nora Gausman Golin Grace Pacific Corporation Gray-Robinson, P.A. Hawaii Independent Energy Hawaiian Telcom Head Injury Foundation Heads Up Youth Foundation, The Heath Strayhan Hebron Family Chiropractic Henk & Akemi Rogers Foundation Henry E. Niles Foundation Hialeah Gardens Middle School Holywood Imprints Honolulu Star Advertiser Hot 97 WQHT NY Human Leaders Group International Sports Hall of Fame Irene Kiewig Island Insurance Company Island Insurance Foundation J Choo USD Inc. Janik Vinnakota, LLP. Jared Kaplan Jeffrey & Lynn Watanabe Jhamandas Watumull Fund Jim Lorimer JN Automotive Joe & Hellen Darion Foundation Joe & Sharon Hernandez Joel Toms John Ghingo John K Whitehead John Orebaugh John O’Rourke John Wooldridge Jonathan Mondesir Julian Ledesma JustFab/ShoeDazzle Justin & Penelope Crosiner Kara McElroy Karma Tequila Katherine Perot Reeves Ken Terry Kersten Rettig Kevin & Molly Klingele Kim & Jonathan Allison KP Financial Services Operations Kristel Ellis Kristen & Mike Ferraro Kyle Sherman Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts LA Live Properties Lana Batchaeva & Seth Diggs Laura Sillerman Lee Vista, Inc. Leo Niessen, Jr. Charitable Trusts Lisa Brooks Lisa Carey Public Relations Los Angeles County Fair Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Sparks Lucky Brand Dungarees, LLC. Marcus Polivka Maria Shriver Mark Wilson Marla Wilkerson Marlins Diamond Club Mary Perry Mathew Long

Mazurek Law Firm, The Mears Transportation MEI Civil Engineering Mercadagro International Corp. (MIC Food) Michael G. Bailey Michael Lim Mike Krancer Moishe Hartstein Morgan Stanley Foundation Nada & Ali Aried Neil Browne NFL Foundation Oleksandr Onyshchenko Omar Antigua Orix Foundation Paige & John Minor Park Place Dealerships Patrick Higgins Paul Perez PB Express Peter Gatof Peter Slater Physicians Stat Lab Premier PCS of TX, LLC. Queen’s Medical Center, The Raoul G Cantero Remy-Martin Richanne Lam Richard Scharf Ripley Entertainment, Inc Robert Taylor Robert Wood Rosenfeld Fine Art LTD. Rural Metro Rylan Rawlins Sara & Guy Brenner Scott & Cheryl Bagenstose Sean Sabzevari Sergio Rizzuto-Flancbaum Seybert Foundation, The Shawn Perine Sherwin Williams Stephen & Joyce Timpson Stephen Guccirardo Steve Seay Sub City Records Summa International Sunoco Logistics Partners T. Taylor Telecell Texas Rangers Foundation Todd Seto & Joy Matsuyama Tomorrow Telecom, Inc. Tori Richard Towers Watson Troy Eldrige Truist Turner Construction Ty & Sally Knutson Tyrone Dinneen Unlimited PCS, Inc. USAA Foundation Vladar Company, The Vlakislav Yampolsky Vons Albertsons Companies Foundation, The Wade Smith WCIT Architecture West Miami Middle School William Burdette William J. Curtis Wireless Stop XOXO Media Group YourCause, LLC. Trustee for New York Life Youth First: Columbus Recreation & Parks Youth Service America Zilber Family Foundation Several Anonymous Donors

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OUR SCHOOL PARTNERS

OUR SCHOOL PARTNERS Alliance College-Ready Public Schools Atlanta Public Schools Bright Star Schools Chicago Public Schools Clark County School District Cleveland Metropolitan School District Columbus City School District Dallas Independent School District District of Columbia Public Schools Edgewood Independent School District Extera Public Schools Family Crisis Center Fulton County Public Schools Girls Athletic Leadership School Hawaii Department of Education Kent School District Los Angeles Leadership Academy Los Angeles Unified School District Lucerne Valley Unified School District Miami Dade County Public Schools Montebello Unified School District New York City Department of Education Newark Unified School District Oakland Unified School District Orange County Public Schools, Florida Philadelphia Public Schools Public Policy Charter School San Antonio Independent School District Synergy Schools Charter TEACH Academy of Technologies Toledo Public Schools United Schools Network Value Schools Charter World Impact, Inc.

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FINANCIALS $30,686,204 2016 fiscal year total network operating budget

NETWORK FUNDING 55% Government Revenue 24% Foundation Revenue 6% Event Revenue 7% Corporate Revenue 7% Individual Revenue 1% Other

NETWORK EXPENSES 87% Program Expenses 8% Administration Expenses 5% Fundraising Expenses

87¢

of every dollar went directly into programming


LEADERSHIP

NATIONAL Tiffany Harris

Beth Plionis

President & CEO

HR/Ops Assistant Executive Assistant to COO

Research & Evaluation Manager

Lizette Aguilar

Cindy Lizarraga

Alyssa Plotkin

Salesforce Administrator

Partnerships Coordinator

Regional Program Manager

Emily Ausbrook

Marsi Lopez

Executive Vice President Development & Marketing

Senior Creative Marketing Manager

Jennifer Berry

Emely Martinez

Carlos Santini

Chief Operating Officer

Senior Director of Talent

Vice President of Programs

Kristy McCarthy

Natalia Sol

Regional Program Manager

Senior Cause Marketing Manager

Vice President of External Affairs – South Florida

Maggie Brockway

Jeffrey Miller

Grant Writer

Regional Program Manager

Aaron Philip Dworkin

Cindy Moreira

President, National Network

Finance Assistant

Vice President of Development

Megan Donahue Nieves

Grant Wolfe

Senior Grants & Compliance Manager

Research & Evaluation Assistant

Ben Paul

Michael Berry

Adrianna Ely Grants Administrator

Sarah Gardner Senior Director of Operations

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Sheila Pham HR Associate

Jason Spector Senior National Research & Evaluation Manager

Elizabeth Treble

Hillary Ogden Executive Assistant to President

ASAS 2016 ANNUAL REPORT


CHAPTER LEADERS ATLANTA

NORTH TEXAS

Dr. Walt Thompson

Marissa Castro Mikoy

Executive Director

Executive Director

BAY AREA

OHIO

Namrata Gupta

Sienna Daniel

Executive Director

ASAS Ohio State Director

CHICAGO

ORLANDO

Amy Taylor

Tyler Chandler

Executive Director

Regional Director

CLEVELAND

PHILADELPHIA

Scott Vollmer

Reynelle Brown Staley

Executive Director

Executive Director

COLUMBUS/TOLEDO

PUGET SOUND

Tracy Ensign

Ranna Daud

Executive Director

Executive Director

HAWAII

SAN ANTONIO

Dawn Dunbar

Patricia Karam

Executive Director

Executive Director

LAS VEGAS

SOUTH FLORIDA

Jodi Manzella

Sean Prospect

Executive Director

Executive Director

LOS ANGELES

TAMPA BAY

Ana Campos

Michael Brown

Executive Director

Executive Director

NEW JERSEY/NEW YORK

WASHINGTON, DC

Dax-Devlon Ross

Daniela Grigioni

Regional Director

Executive Director

GREATER THAN THE SUM OF OUR PARTS


LEADERSHIP

BOARD MEMBERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

DIRECTORS

FOUNDER & HONORARY CHAIR

Michael Beckerman

Omar Johnson

Arnold Schwarzenegger

President & CEO | The Internet Association

38th Governor of the State of California

Brett Brewer

Chief Marketing Officer, Global Marketing | Beats Electronics LLC

CHAIRMAN

Co-Founder | CrossCut Ventures

Paul D. Wachter

Maverick Carter

Tom Keys President & COO | MetroPCS

President & CEO Main Street Advisors

CEO | LRMR Marketing

Jane H. Macon

Rodney Cohen

PRESIDENT

Managing Director | The Carlyle Group

Partner | Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP Chairperson | Siebert Financial

Ben Paul

Laura DiMaggio, C.P.A.

CEO After-School All-Stars

Partner | Nigro, Karlin, Segal, Feldstein & Bolno, LLP

August Direnzo

Misha Malyshev CEO & Founder | Teza

Chris O’Shaughnessy Partner | Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP

Vice Chairman, Brokerage | Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Michael Reinsdorf

Annie Duke

Bonnie Reiss

Author, Public Speaker

Global Director | USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State & Global Policy

Scott Galer

President & CEO | Chicago Bulls

Partner | Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP

Joseph P. Schlater

John F. Ghingo

Director of Business Development | Standard General LP

President, Plant-Based Food & Beverage | White Wave Foods

Mark E. Groussman Managing Member | Bull Hunter LLC

Daniel L. Hernandez

Mark Silverman President | Big Ten Networks

John Simonian Founder | Westime

President & CEO | Hollenbeck Youth Center

John J. Tighe

Chris Hannan

EVP & Chief Merchant | JCPenney Company, Inc.

EVP, Sales Integration | WME/IMG

Amy M. Heyward Partner | A Squared Entertainment

Tom Werner Partner & Co-Founder | Good Humor TV Chairman | Boston Red Sox

Tim Hepplewhite Senior Director, Strategy & Transformation | North America Mondelez International, Inc.

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ASAS 2016 ANNUAL REPORT


LEADERSHIP

CHAPTER BOARD CHAIRS

EVALUATION BOARD

ATLANTA

OHIO

Tiffany Berry, Ph.D.

Kirk Posmantur

Christopher O’Shaughnessy

Founder and Chairman | Axcess Luxury and Lifestyle

Partner | McDonald Hopkins, LLC

ORLANDO

Research Associate Professor Claremont Graduate University Associate Director Claremont Evaluation Center

The Honorable Buddy Dyer Honorary Chair

Barry Garst, Ph.D.

HAWAII Greg Dickhens

Mayor | City of Orlando

Associate Professor Clemson University

President | Kyo-ya Hotels and Resorts

Colby Arrow

LAS VEGAS

Vice President | J. Rolfe Davis Insurance

Elaine Wynn

Honorary Chair Director | Wynn Resorts

PHILADELPHIA

Jenna Morton Co-Owner | Morton Group

Managing Partner, Constitution General Office | New York Life

LOS ANGELES

SAN ANTONIO

Sabrina Kay

Jane Macon

Chairman & CEO | Fremont College

Partner | Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP Chairperson | Siebert Financial

Principal Consultant Bee’s Knees Consulting

Rob Recine

NEW JERSEY/NEW YORK

Curtis Jones

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

Chief Science Officer EvalNetwork Program Professor Nova Southeastern University

Jason Quimby President & CEO | Iberia Tiles

Michael C. Schmidt

TAMPA BAY

Partner | Cozen O’Connor

Senior Scientist & Director, Socially Responsible Evaluation in Education University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee CEO Education Evaluation & Action

James Pann

SOUTH FLORIDA

August DiRenzo

Gretchen Biesecker, Ph.D.

Tracy Ferril

NORTH TEXAS

Human Resources Manager | Audemars Piguet (North America) Inc.

Phil Terry Philanthropist

WASHINGTON, DC Mike O’Shaughnessy Partner | McDermott, Will and Emery

YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD ATLANTA | Aboubacar CHICAGO | Brianna CLEVELAND | Jada COLUMBUS | Khaleed HAWAII | Rollyn

LAS VEGAS | Bianca LOS ANGELES | Ashley NEW JERSEY | Yazir NEW YORK | Winston NORTH TEXAS | Francesca

GREATER THAN THE SUM OF OUR PARTS

ORLANDO | Moises PHILADELPHIA | Yenni TAMPA | Emilio TOLEDO | Angel

SOUTH FLORIDA | Amanda & Oriana WASHINGTON, DC | Nadaisha & Phillip

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GREATER THAN THE SUM OF OUR PARTS  

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