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ANNUAL REPORT 2016–2017


WELCOME Dear Friends, We have the power to improve lives through sports and fitness. Every Saturday, 100 kids gather at P.S. 274 in the Bronx to participate in free soccer clinics run by Asphalt Green. There are limited numbers of organized sports leagues in this neighborhood, but on Saturdays, children get one step closer to reaching their potential and learning the many life lessons associated with athletics. Our programs have exposed thousands of kids to sports, but they have also shed light on the barriers to physical activity a growing number of New Yorkers face. One of our donors recognized the need for athletic programs in the Bronx and fully funded the soccer clinics at P.S. 274. The reality is 2.6 million fewer kids play sports today than only five years ago, and household income is the biggest driver of early sports participation. The recently proposed $1.2 billion federal budget cuts from after-school programs will significantly affect athletics, leaving even fewer opportunities to be exposed to sports in public institutions. These cuts come at a time when our kids need more physical engagement than ever. Asphalt Green is committed to reversing these trends. Investing in our kids’ activity levels will pay dividends; research shows that people who are active excel in other areas too. Kids in sports have 40 percent higher test scores, are less likely to do drugs, and are 15 percent more likely to go to college. This healthy lifestyle cycle, if started in the early years, continues into adulthood. Active adults earn more annually, are more productive at work, and have reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. This report shows the efforts we have made in the past year to break barriers to sports and fitness participation. Over 33,000 New Yorkers stay healthy in our programs that take place at our two facilities, over 100 public schools, and multiple senior centers. We are excited to announce that because of your support, we are expanding. In the next year, we have plans to implement a new recess curriculum that will get 17,000 more kids moving during the school day. We are grateful for your generosity and support to build a healthier community. Please help us continue to spread the power of sports and fitness to all New Yorkers. Thank you for believing in Asphalt Green. Sincerely,

Andy Nussbaum

Maggy Siegel

board chairman

executive director

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SPORTS AND FITNESS PROGRAMS ARE IN DANGER $1.2 billion is proposed to be cut from after-school programs, which include sports programs that serve those from low socioeconomic backgrounds.1

Drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional, injury-related death 3 in kids ages 1 to 14.

2.6 million fewer kids play sports today than five years ago.8

By 2020, 27 percent of US public high schools will be without interscholastic sports programs.7

Physical education programs will be hit hard by the $9 billion proposed budget cuts to schools.1 Globally, 81 percent of adolescents do not meet daily physical activity recommendations.5

70 percent of children in the US drop out of organized sports by age 13.2

One in four Americans ages 65 and older falls each year. 2

One in three children ages 2 to 19 is overweight or obese.6

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WHY IT IS CRITICAL TO PRIORITIZE SPORTS AND FITNESS Participation in sports positively impacts personal and social development.

Seniors who exercise 30 minutes a day live five years longer than those who don’t exercise at all.9

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A child’s level of physical activity rises by five to 10 minutes for every 20-minute increase in the physical activity of a parent.13

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Active parents have more active kids.

Adolescents who play sports are eight times more likely to be active at age 24.8

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Early exposure to sports and physical activity increases the likelihood of continued participation.12

Athletics teach self-esteem, teamwork, confidence, and leadership.8

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Athletes are more likely than non-athletes to attend college and earn degrees.8

RISK Higher levels of physical activity are associated with lower risk of five chronic diseases: breast and bowel cancers, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.5

Student athletes cope better with stress and are less likely to suffer from depression than non-athletes.10

1. US Department of Education 2. Michigan State University Institute for the Study of Youth Sports 3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 4. US Department of Health and Human Services 5. World Health Organization 6. Journal of the American Medical Association 7. Sport, Health, and Activity Research and Policy Center 8. Aspen Institute 9. British Journal of Sports Medicine 10. Next College Student Athlete 11. National Council on Aging 12. Women’s Sports Foundation 13. Statistics Canada

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SEIZING OPPORTUNITY:

SOCCER STAR RAMCHWY HARNESSES SPORTS TO DEFY ALL ODDS

CHILDHOOD ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ADOLESCENCE /////////////////////////

Ramchwy moved to the US from Haiti. He was 7 years old. When he arrived in NYC in 2009, he knew very little English, which made it difficult to communicate with peers and teachers. School was hard, and he was adjusting to a new home. Initially, Ramchwy lived in shelters, relatives’ living rooms, and multi-family housing. He was a very intelligent child but struggled with anger.

energy

One day, he saw kids playing soccer and decided to join in. It helped him learn to communicate, and the games became a staple in his life. In 2010, he was spotted by a coach (now a coach at Asphalt Green) and was asked to join an organized team.

strength

courage

innovation

The league gave him structure, taught him the values of hard work, focus, and teamwork, and helped him control his emotions. He was improving on the field and in school.

confidence perseverance

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Ramchwy and his mother at Asphalt Green

////////// PRESENT /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// FUTURE

Ramchwy followed his coach to the Asphalt Green Soccer Club and was awarded a scholarship to play on our competitive team.

leadership

discipline

Since joining the team in 2016, Ramchwy has learned the importance of time management to juggle sports and school. His day starts at 6:30am and ends at 11pm. He travels from Queens to attend Martin Luther King High School in NYC — where he maintains an excellent GPA — and then heads to practice at our Upper East Side campus. Ramchwy has become a leader and is more motivated than ever. His future is promising — he is currently being scouted by multiple top-tier college coaches for scholarships and has goals to play professionally in Europe.

opportunity endurance

Our vision is to introduce more kids like Ramchwy to Asphalt Green programs at a young age by expanding our free clinics and leagues for elementary and middle school students. This will expose more New Yorkers to sports and allow our coaches to discover top talent, provide more scholarships, and develop players through our competitive programs. Every child’s future deserves to be bright.

inspiration

teamwork

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ASPHALT GREEN IS BREAKING BARRIERS TO SPORTS AND FITNESS

50,000 +

New Yorkers stay healthy and fit at Asphalt Green. Our programs inspire a love for sports, build character, and teach life skills.

6,000 kids participated in a recess pilot program for public schools.

28,000  children from 60 elementary schools across NYC participated in organized, active play through our Recess Enhancement Program (REP). 6

750 middle school students from underserved communities got in the game in organized flag football, basketball, and soccer community sports leagues.


300 seniors got active and moving in East Harlem through partnerships for fitness programs with Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Union Settlement Association, and Leonard Covello Senior Program/ Carter Burden Center for the Aging.

3,000 kids from 48 elementary schools learned to swim in our Waterproofing program.

$430,000+ in scholarships was awarded to talented young athletes on our competitive sports teams and kids in our Summer Day Camp program.

5,793 7,359 764 members embraced a healthy lifestyle in our pools and fitness centers.

athletes got in the game in our competitive and recreational sports leagues.

kids discovered the joy of fun, fitness, and friendship at Summer Day Camp. 7


ASPHALT GREEN BOARD MEMBERS CREDIT INVOLVEMENT IN SPORTS AND FITNESS TO THEIR SUCCESS. Andrew J. Nussbaum

Patricia A. Saunders

PARTNER AT WACHTELL, LIPTON, ROSEN & KATZ

RETIRED SOCIAL WORKER

COLLEGE SWIMMER, AGUA MASTERS MEMBER

“ Sports remind us of the opportunities and rewards that come from raw dedication. ” Kirsten J. Feldman FORMER MANAGING DIRECTOR AT MORGAN STANLEY SWIMMER: 1976 CANADIAN OLYMPIC TRIALS, ROWING: 1983 CANADIAN NATIONAL PAIRS AND FOURS CHAMPION

“ Sports have given me confidence to tackle tough challenges. I believe my athletic career helped me get my first job after college.” Caroline Hribar CHIEF OF STAFF AT BIONIC COLLEGE LACROSSE AND WATER POLO TEAM CAPTAIN, TRIATHLETE, AND MARATHONER

Jon Banner EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS AT PEPSICO, INC. HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY

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COLLEGE CHEERLEADER, AGUA MASTERS MEMBER

“ Sports make me a

happier person. They give me the energy to continue volunteering and to be active with my grandchildren.” Rachel Becker, MD CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY AT WEILL CORNELL MEDICAL COLLEGE RECREATIONAL SKIER, RUNNER

William S. Eakins PARTNER AT PATTON, EAKINS. LIPSETT, MARTIN, & SAVAGE MARATHONER

Rowdy Gaines NBC SPORTS COMMENTATOR THREE-TIME GOLD MEDALIST IN SWIMMING AT THE 1984 OLYMPICS

“ Every step in my career has developed around my love and passion for swimming. I think there is a direct correlation between leading a healthy and active lifestyle and your success in the workplace.”

Andrea Wenner Hollander EAST HARLEM TUTORIAL PROGRAM MANAGING DIRECTOR, SPECIAL PROJECTS AND CO-FOUNDER AT WONDERHOOD TOYS COLLEGE SOCCER

Samuel J. Jemal PRINCIPAL AT JJ OPERATING INC. SWIMMER, TRIATHLETE

James Kinderknecht, MD SPORTS MEDICINE PHYSICIAN AT HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL PLAYER

Thomas H. Lister CO-MANAGING PARTNER AT PERMIRA ADVISERS LTD. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL, AMATEUR GOLF

“ Sports teach you early in your development about teamwork, collaboration, and accepting and bouncing back from failure or shortfalls. ” Wendy Mahmouzian GLOBAL HEAD OF CORPORATE SERVICES AND REAL ESTATE AT MILLENNIUM MANAGEMENT LLC


94 percent of women executives at one Fortune 500 company have a background in sports. – ERNST & YOUNG RESEARCH David Mitnick

Damon Pazzaglini

PRESIDENT AT DOMAIN SKATE LLC

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER AT FETNER

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN CLUB HOCKEY, SURFING, JUDO

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

“ No matter what you do

Wendy Sacks

FORMER MANAGING in life, you have to work DIRECTOR AT GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC. with other people. In RUNNER, SPORTS AND FITNESS sports, you learn to get ENTHUSIAST along with teammates Locky Trachsel and coaches from ATTORNEY all walks of life. You MARATHONER are forced to expand socially and challenged physically and mentally.” “ Sports bring people

Thomas Newman CO-FOUNDER AT KELLY NEWMAN VENTURES AGUA MASTERS MEMBER

Ned Offit CO-CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AT OFFIT CAPITAL ADVISORS LLC COLLEGE SOCCER AND BASEBALL AT JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

together who otherwise might have nothing in common by forming strong bonds through shared goals and passions.”

“ Sports and

fitness are a good way to learn discipline and explore one’s limits. ” — ALBERT AND BARRIE ZESIGER

Albert L. Zesiger MANAGING DIRECTOR AT ZESIGER CAPITAL GROUP LLC 17-TIME MARATHONER, DISTANCE SWIMMER

Barrie R. Zesiger Robert L. Wu MANAGING DIRECTOR AT FLEXIS CAPITAL FITNESS ENTHUSIAST, RUNNER

MANAGING DIRECTOR AT ZESIGER CAPITAL GROUP LLC FORMER COMPETITIVE TENNIS PLAYER, DISTANCE SWIMMER

“ The lessons learned on the playing field help prepare one for life after competition. Competitive fire and the desire to win directly translate in the work environment.”

Former student athletes are expected to possess greater leadership ability, more self-confidence, and heightened self-respect in the workplace. – CORNELL UNIVERSITY 9


FISCAL YEAR 2017 FINANCIALS JULY 31, 2016  – JUNE 30, 2017

Program Service Revenue

87% ANNUAL REVENUE

Private Support

12% Government Support

$28,622,706

1%

Program Expenses

86% ANNUAL EXPENSES*

Administrative Costs

12% Fundraising Expenses

$27,847,327*

2% * Includes $2,547,033 of depreciation expenses

A copy of Asphalt Green’s latest annual financial report may be obtained, upon request, from Asphalt Green, 555 East 90th Street, New York, NY 10128 or from the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, Attn: FOIL Officer, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271. The unaudited financial information set forth is preliminary and subject to adjustments and modifications.

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LAST YEAR, WE SERVED 33,000 NEW YORKERS. THIS YEAR, WE WILL REACH 50,000. We want every individual in NYC to embrace the power of sports and fitness. Your contribution will support the following new initiatives in 2018:

We have plans to expand our Recess Enhancement Program (REP) to 45 additional schools. Our new recess training program will give teachers and faculty the tools to run organized play independently. We are overhauling our senior fitness program and introducing AG Active, a low-cost membership for our older population featuring age-specific fitness classes, fall prevention seminars, and more. We will train new coaches and instructors and continue to innovate, educate, and expand. We are partnering with world-renowned swim coach Milt Nelms to overhaul our swim curriculum. New teaching techniques have been implemented this fall, and students are already learning to swim at a faster rate. Our next goal is to secure an additional pool, so more kids can benefit from our programs.

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With gratitude to all of our supporters… Asphalt Green gratefully acknowledges the City of New York Department of Parks and Recreation and the New York City Council for their support of our free community programs and capital projects. Gifts made July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

$500,000 + George E. and Annette Cross Murphy Charitable Fund

$100,000+ FJC —A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds Amanda & Thomas Lister

$50,000+ Sandy & Burton Freeman The Harris Family Charitable Foundation Caroline Hribar & Mallon FitzPatrick Samuel J. Jemal PepsiCo, Inc Anna & Eugene Schneur / Omni New York LLC Barrie R. & Albert L. Zesiger

$25,000+ Stacey & Michael Bennett The Edward T. Bedford Foundation Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP Goldman Sachs & Co. Michelle & Howard Swarzman / The Litwin Foundation Rebecca Mai & David Mitnick Darcy & Andrew J. Nussbaum Carole & Ira Pittelman Wendy & Ian Sacks Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP Locky & Scott Trachsel Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

$15,000+ Anonymous Caryn Siedman Becker & Marc Becker Kirsten J. Feldman & Hugh Frater The Gray Foundation Amanda & Ned Offit Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Samantha Schreiber & Thomas Newman Jackie & Bippy M. Siegal TYR

$10,000+ Anonymous (2) The Barker Welfare Foundation Drs. Rachel & Richard Becker The Donald A. Pels Charitable Trust Donya & Scott Bommer IN HONOR OF ANDY NUSSBAUM

Nealy & Stewart B. Clifford

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ExpandED Elizabeth & Mark Gormley Susanna Hong Hospital for Special Surgery The Hyde and Watson Foundation Kenneth Martin and Christine Hepburn Foundation Amy Kuhn & Stuart Rosow NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Lower Manhattan Hospital Emily & Damon Pazzaglini PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Patricia & Paul Saunders Rachel & Jay Skaistis Elizabeth & Michael Zuppone

$5,000+ Anonymous The Arthur Loeb Foundation Sandye Berger/Sol and Margaret Berger Foundation Bloomberg Philanthropies Anne Donovan Bodnar & James Bodnar Beth & Mark Bodner The Bristol-Myers Squbb Foundation Aviva Budd Kelly & Sean Corridon Credit Suisse Jeanne Donovan Fisher Kings Point Capital Management LLC Maureen & Steven Klinsky Wan Li & Bruce MacLennan Beth Luckman David Lyons The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation Jennifer & David Millstone Jane & Paul Murphy Bernard Nussbaum Betsy & Robert Pitts Alexandra & John Porges Frances & Thomas J. Qualter Safety Facility Services, Inc. Jennifer M. Shotwell Alex & Michael Shuman Janet & Robert Silverman USA Swimming Venable, LLP

$1,000+ Alexander W. Casdin Foundation Ashley Alvillar Christina & Eric Michael Anton Arnhold Foundation, Inc. Jan Aronson IN HONOR OF PAT SAUNDERS

Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office Susan Bates & Nicholas Zoullas Yael & Alp Benadrete IN HONOR OF TALYA BENADRETE

Georgia Berger Heather & Ari Berger Howard Berk Sara Berman Sara & Geoffrey Bible Blue Smoke Marcia & Thomas Borger Kenny Bowen Dr. Jennifer N. Brazil The Brearley School Heather & Michael Brennan The British International School of New York Javan T. Bunch IN HONOR OF DARCY AND ANDY NUSSBAUM

Ari Burrows Capalino & Company Karen & Ted Casey Hilary Cassidy Elizabeth R. & Jay Chandler The Chapin School Charina Foundation Alexander Chudnoff IN MEMORY OF DOUG IRGANG

Cosmos Communications The Coyle Family Christa D’Alimonte & Flint Hobart Ann Brookman Dey IN HONOR OF BARRIE & AL ZESIGER

The Donald and Barbara Zucker Family Foundation Maralane Downs William S. Eakins, Jr. EisnerAmper LLP Erin & Brian Eizenstat Miriam Elizalde Norma Elizalde-Velazquez Suzanne Engel Kevin Ershov Alison & Douglas Feagin Natalia & Peter Feigin Allison Schneirov Fisch & Steven Fisch Maria Fisher & Kevin Timson IN MEMORY OF ANDREW FISHER

Marie Fisher IN MEMORY OF ANDREW FISHER

Hope & Michael Fitzgerald FLIK Hospitality Group Paul Ford Gail & Roy G. Geronemus David Golden Sharon & David Greenberg Harry’s Italian

Allison & Jed Hart IN MEMORY OF JOANNE IRGANG

Caroline & Morgan Harting Jon Hlafter Andrea Wenner Hollander & Evan Hollander IAC IN MEMORY OF JEAN NUSSBAUM ICS Builders Sari & Steven Irgang IN MEMORY OF DOUG IRGANG

J.A. Faccibene & Associates Catherine & John Kayola Joelle & Brian Kelly Janine Keuskamp Farida E. Khan & Ramesh Singh Seema & Somesh Khanna Dr. James Kinderknecht Kenton J. King Jessica Kisling Karen Kozlowski Sua & Dr. Lane Krevitt Kim & Simon Krinsky Denise & Paul Lachman The Landtek Group, Inc. Gigi Larson Lisa Leguillou Karen & Scott Lent Dr. Lucy Leung & Dr. Rene Eng Lionel M. Levey Carol Sutton Lewis & William M. Lewis, Jr. Dr. Jillian Lim Dulcie Lin & Jock Jones Kristin & Vincent Lionti Tara & Hunter Lipton Ann Lozman & Jay Harris Mike Mahanay Wendy & Garbis Mahmouzian Gina & Kenny M. Mandelbaum Margaret Mellon Hitchcock Foundation Rebecca Marzen & Anthony DiMarco Daniela Mattos & Marko Turcinov Dennis Mehiel Metropolitan Planning & Management Madge & Martin Miller IN HONOR OF DARCY AND ANDY NUSSBAUM

The Milwaukee Bucks Lori & David Moore Scott Musoff National Environmental Chemical Corp. Nelson Air Device Warren Nelson The Newman Family Foundation New York Life Foundation Linda & Gregg Noel


Celine Norton-Fabri & Peter Fabri IN HONOR OF ELECTRA FABRI

Temi Olaoye Dov Piltman Cindy Power & Rich McKinney Cristina & Jeremy Rosenberg Eleanor & Eugene Schloss Cheryl R. & J. Scott Schlossel Polly Eastman Scott Pamela Seymon & Robert Schumer Amy Sherman Naoko Shimizu/ Sakura Lifesave Associates, Inc Maggy Siegel Joan Solotar Kate & Andy Spade Catherine Spencer & Marcus Farny Ellen Stafford-Sigg & Daniel Sigg Judy & Michael Steinhardt IN HONOR OF DARCY AND ANDY NUSSBAUM

Steven Sunshine Jenny & Geoff Symonds IN MEMORY OF JEAN NUSSBAUM

Koari Takai Julia Lee Tambor Timmy’s by the River Toby Tolino Cynthia Trevor Carol Tweedy & Joseph Antonuccio Aldo Uva IN HONOR OF JOANNE WUENSCH AND PAUL SHERRINGTON

Lee & Raymond Wareham Michael Wargotz IN MEMORY OF DOUG IRGANG

Jacqui & Peter Weidman Gavin White Whole Foods Market Laura Wilkes Stacy & Steven Wolfe Laura Wolff Alice Wong Joanne Wuensch & Paul Sherrington Boris Zhilin

$500 Louise Chazen Bannon & Sidney Bannon Battery Park Pharmacy Laura Kaufmann Belkhayat & Karim Belkayat Sarah Bennett Nick Bilodeau Bright Kids NYC, Inc Margaret Broaddus & Jeff Ward Joshua Bromberg George Brome Tory Burch Jennifer Burleigh Chia Chan Suzanne & Neil Cohen Convent of the Sacred Heart Courtyard by Marriott Upper East Side Andrew Darrell David Helpern Architects David Decima Dentistry for Children and Orthodontics Lynn Eikenberry

Claire & Jack Fabian Margaret & Robert Fagenson John Fawley William Finkel Polly & Bob Flanigan Christine Freda Lisa Gaeta Karin Garfin Beatriz & Adam Gordon Judith Greenberg IN MEMORY OF DOUG IRGANG

Laura & Ben Hakim Melanie Hamilton Courtney & Chris Hardart Michael Hartigan Cynthia Hess Robert Horton Houlihan-Parnes Realtors, LLC Robert Rand Isen Judith Itkin Joseph J. Jemal IN HONOR OF SAMUEL J. JEMAL

Amy Johnson Stuart Jones IN HONOR OF JACK FABIAN

Rebecca Kaplan Anu Kapur Aman Kayupov Shkendie Kaziu-Basler Marshall Kiev Penny Kronengold Stacy & Tom Kuhn Vivian & Chris Kunzler Kang Kyung-Wha Matt Lamphier Wendy & Eric Leon Helen Macfarlane Jackie & Michael Maese Ariella Maizner Emre Marcelli Maxwell-Kates Carolyn & Stephen P. McCandless Alexandra McCormack Hiyam McKelvey John Philip McNaughton Tammy Meltzer Metro Team Outfitters Pamela & Gifford Miller Alexander Mitchell IN MEMORY OF DOUG IRGANG

Joseph Moran Jordan Murray Paula J. Olsiewski & Dr. John Healey Nicole & Bruce Paisner Francis C. Parson, Jr. Leslie Perkins Jerilyn & Brian Perman PIMCO Laurie & Mario Pisano Christine Rivera Hannah Ross Tatiana Samoylova Ivan Schlager Sam Schwartz Christine Seketa Abe Shahim Robert Sheppard

Andia Smull Sharon M. Snyder Gavin Solotar IN HONOR OF DARCY AND ANDY NUSSBAUM

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Andrew J. Nussbaum CHAIRMAN

Jonathan Spice Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. Joy Olaes Suprenant Leesa & Michael Suzman Swimsuits For All Szilvia Szmuk-Tanenbaum Stephanie Teicher Elisabeth & Gareth Turner Vibrant Building Services Robert Weistein VJ Weinstein Olivia Weiss Justin Winters Jennifer Zabinski & Patrick McKee

Kirsten J. Feldman

IN HONOR OF DARCY AND ANDY NUSSBAUM

Andrea Wenner Hollander

Marisa Zullin

VICE-CHAIR

Caroline Hribar TREASURER

Patricia A. Saunders SECRETARY

Jon Banner Rachel Becker, MD William S. Eakins Rowdy Gaines

Samuel J. Jemal

Corporate Volunteer Partners Citigroup Credit Suisse FLIK International Goldman Sachs Community TeamWorks New York Life New York University Swim Team Teak Fellowship Volunteer Referral Center of New York

James Kinderknecht, M.D. Thomas H. Lister Wendy Mahmouzian David Mitnick Thomas Newman Ned Offit Damon Pazzaglini

In Kind

Wendy Sacks

Alana C. Berrocal, Esq. Ed Burns Champion Vending David Helpern Architects Deloitte Consulting LLP Hospital for Special Surgery Rowdy Gaines Club Getaway Elizabeth & Mark Gormley Kay’s Naturals Inc. Lia Neal Dulcie Lin & Jock Jones Warren Nelson Anna & Eugene Schneur Samantha Schreiber & Thomas Newman Tribeca North Dentistry

Locky Trachsel Robert L. Wu Albert L. Zesiger Barrie R. Zesiger HONORARY BOARD

Robert R. Cross Mary Gordon Roberts FOUNDERS

Annette C. Murphy George E. Murphy, M.D.

We are grateful for the Board service of exiting member Elizabeth Zuppone.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Poby, David Nicholas Photography, Denise Chan, Mohamed Jiddou, Indiana Kuffer, Frances Lyons, Shweta Shreyarthi, Eric Toribio

EXECUTIVE STAFF

Maggy Siegel EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sarah Bennett CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER

Marcus Farny CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Jeff Ward CHIEF PROGRAM OFFICER

Cynthia Trevor DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT


Asphalt Green is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting individuals of all ages and backgrounds achieve health through a lifetime of sports and fitness. Community service is at the core of our origin and at the heart of our mission.

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