We Are New York City - FY22 Annual Report

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WE ARE

NEW YORK CITY ANNUAL REPORT 2022

WE ARE

CONNECTED & IN RELATIONSHIP

INDUSTRY & TALENT

SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS

EQUITY & INCLUSION

ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE

BIGS & LITTLES

Big Ayush and Little Ryder

118 years ago, the youth mentoring movement was born right here in our beloved New York City. In the decades since, Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBS of NYC) has come to represent the very essence of what makes this city so special. New York City— where strangers meet at corner coffee carts, stand side-by-side on the subway each morning, and come together for weekend block parties on neighborhood streets—thrives on human connections, and this is exactly what BBBS of NYC creates each day.

From watching the Mets play at Citi Field in Queens to exploring the beauty of Prospect Park in Brooklyn to visiting the Bronx Zoo for STEM inspirations, our matches experience mentorship moments that are steeped in New York City's commitment to ignite youth potential. New Yorkers show up and show out for each other, and nowhere else is this level of care and commitment more visible than within our BBBS of NYC community. Our programs respond to the interests and aspirations of our Littles and support our Bigs to take a stand for young New Yorkers. Together, our matches remain true to the spirit of this city, one of connection to something larger than the individual, in a place where dreams are made; leaders are born; relationships are built across bridges, tunnels, and subways; and the biggest possible futures are created.

WE ARE NEW YORK CITY

CONTENTS LETTER FROM THE CEO AND THE BOARD PRESIDENT 3 OUR IMPACT 4 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES 6 OUR SUPPORTERS 8 BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM 15 GET INVOLVED 16

The Community-Based Mentoring Program is our traditional one-toone mentoring program, where Bigs and Littles use New York City as their playground for personal, academic, and social development. Matches adventure on outings together while working toward achieving S.M.A.R.T. goals that range from self-confidence to relationship building. Big Narmeen and Little Allure, though only matched for six months, immediately connected over their shared passions for advocating for others and finding new opportunities that push them out of their comfort zones. Together, they have already gone bowling in Chelsea Piers, explored the New Museum, painted pottery, and worked on goals related to organization, problem solving, and positive thinking. Allure invited Narmeen to her eighthgrade graduation, where she proudly introduced her Big to her friends.

LETTER FROM THE CEO AND THE BOARD PRESIDENT

92% of Community-Based Littles reported that they felt close to their Big, consistent with our pre-pandemic metrics.

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Big Narmeen and Little Allure

Dear BBBS of NYC Community,

As two proud New Yorkers who have built our careers, raised our families, and grounded our lives in this great city of access and opportunity, we are honored to act in service of young people as CEO and Board President of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBS of NYC).

To love New York City is to love its people, including its youth, who are forging their own paths and teaching us how to lead in new ways. To care for the future of our city is to invest in creating meaningful connections and networks for its youth, so that the next generation of leaders can imagine and transform their biggest possibilities into reality.

Throughout its 118-year history, BBBS of NYC has matched generations of Littles with generations of Bigs to help them navigate an ever-evolving city. Today, our Littles face challenges unique to this moment, and still, their resilience inspires us to do more as a community of mentors, advocates, partners, and donors.

It is up to us as New Yorkers to ensure all youth—across diverse backgrounds, experiences, and identities—have access to impactful mentorship. The relationships we create for our Littles and their Bigs—and which we help to grow longer and stronger—generate the excitement, curiosity, and social capital needed to ignite personal and professional success. These connections that turn into opportunities embody the true essence of New York City. And like New Yorkers, our BBBS of NYC community shows up consistently and gives of itself every day.

The following pages highlight the many ways our youth mentoring programs and services illustrate the very essence of our New York City community. Because we know you care about this city as much as we do, we invite you to continue playing an active role in writing its next chapter by investing in the potential of young New Yorkers.

In partnership,

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SCHOLARS
& ACHIEVERS

OUR IMPACT

2,532

Youth Served in FY22

99% of Littles were promoted to the next grade.

100% of high-school senior Littles graduated.

93.4% of high-school senior Littles planned to attend college in the fall.

3 out of 4 Community-Based matches surpassed the oneyear match mark.

80% of Community-Based Littles fully or nearly achieved their academic and selfconfidence S.M.A.R.T. goals after one year of being matched.

4 out of 5 BBBS of NYC staff directly supported our program delivery.

For over three decades, the Workplace Mentoring Program has matched high school students with mentors from among our 54 partner companies. Matches follow a curriculum, facilitated by a BBBS of NYC program manager, that engages youth in developing social-emotional learning skills, identifying strengths, and preparing for post-secondary opportunities. Big Rory and Little Anthony have been matched for a year and a half and have bonded over sports, music, and shared laughs. According to Anthony, Rory gives great advice and consistently motivates him to chase his dreams, which is exactly what Anthony has done, by getting his lifeguard certification, joining the varsity soccer team, serving as student government Vice President, and winning first place in the Manhattan College School of Engineering’s Structural Competition.

96% of Workplace Littles reported that their Big helped them imagine new possibilities for the future.

94% of Workplace Littles felt supported in developing the skills needed to achieve their education or career goals.

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Little Anthony winning his engineering competition

Youth Served by Borough

Youth Served by Race

WHITE: 3%

MULTI-RACIAL: 9%

ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER: 11%

LATINX: 36%

AFRICAN AMERICAN/BLACK: 41%

Increase in Median Match Length over Four-Year Period

OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS, BBBS OF NYC HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED OUR MEDIAN MATCH LENGTH (AMOUNT OF TIME OUR BIGS AND LITTLES STAY TOGETHER) FOR OUR ONE-TO-ONE COMMUNITY-BASED MATCHES.

5 20.9% 1.7% 10.8% 45.6% 21.0% Manhattan Bronx Queens Brooklyn Staten Island
5 10 '18 '19 '20 '21 '22 15 20 25 30 35 SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS EQUITY & INCLUSION ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE +18.1% +18.3% +30.8% +19.9% Median Match Length (in Months) Fiscal Year
6 Program services $ 8,874,102 8,874,102 Management and general $ 2,259,767 2,259,767 Fundraising $ 1,246,752 1,246,752 Total expenses $ 12,380,621 12,380,621 Private grants and contributions $ 3,568,543 234,325 3,802,868 Special events, net $ 3,657,789 3,657,789 Government contracts $ 2,943,023 2,943,023 Bequests $ 164,782 164,782 Investment income, net $ (1,200,380 ) (1,200,380 ) In-kind services $ 169,879 169,879 Other revenue $ – –Net assets released from restrictions $ 344,000 (344,000 ) Total public support and revenue $ 9,647,636 (109,675 ) 9,537,961 Net assets $ 11,752,440 775,026 12,527,466 Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Total Revenue and other support Expenses STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES We are CONNECTED & IN RELATIONSHIP INDUSTRY & TALENT

The College and Career Success Program (CCS) helps students, along with their mentors and families, navigate the transition to college and take steps toward achieving career goals. The CCS team provides college access resources for Littles while they are still in high school and, upon their graduation, provides them with support to persist through college and develop the knowledge and social capital needed to break into their desired industries. Little Idalia and Big Melisa transitioned to CCS after three years in the Workplace Mentoring Program. Idalia views Melisa as her role model and is thankful that Melisa helped her explore a range of career pathways. After a successful first year of college, Idalia was inspired to pursue a degree in marketing, just like her Big.

Above: Big Melisa and Little Idalia

Below: Big Christian and Little Saphir

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91% of our college freshman and sophomore
Littles are on track to graduate within five years, with an average program GPA of nearly 3.1.
SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS EQUITY & INCLUSION ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE

OUR SUPPORTERS

INDIVIDUALS

$30,000+

Claire and Anthony Abenante

Sonja and James Bartlett

Susan and Jonathan D. Bram

Danielle and Ben Brown

Rowena Carreon and Pierre Cruikshank

Christine and Craig Clay

Michael John Conway

Katarina and Philip DiDio

Catherine Feng and Day H. Yi

Arlyn Gardner

Leslie Giordano and Greg Biancone

Deborah and Paul N. Glickman

Jane Skinner Goodell and Roger S. Goodell

Lan Anh Hoang and E-Bai Koo

The Mathey Estate

Juliana and Jonathan P. May

Kathleen and Dale F. Maycen

Jacqueline and Daniel J. McSwiggan

Barbara Mendelson and David Brody

Laura and Richard Parsons

Elaine and Steven Pozycki

Caridad and Edward Ruggiero

Marva Smalls

Nicole and Ben Smithee

Anja and Adam Tejpaul

Tawana M. Tibbs and Bruce S. Gordon

Magda and Ray Yrizarry

Anonymous (3)

$20,000–$29,999

Randi Schatz and Joseph S. Allerhand

Heather and Matthew Borstein

Benjamin Bram

B. Cort Delany

Mellody L. Hobson

Yvonne and Arthur Liu

Lucy Lopez and Ray Garcia

Rachelle and Anthony Malkin

Amanda and Anthony Orso

Margaret and Frank Pusinelli

Erin and Brendan Scanlon

Laurie and Sy Sternberg

Carol Sutton Lewis and William M. Lewis, Jr.

Angela Vallot and Jim Basker

Margot and Daniel Milberg

Sky Milch

Scott Mills

Kelley Morrell and David Stolzar

Thomas J. Niedermeyer, Jr.

Bob O'Brien

Abby Parsonnet

Neil Rock

Maria and Michael Rodriguez

Marsha P. and Steve L. Roth

Sue and Scott Schaevitz

Victoria and Philip Seskin

Kate Snow and Chris Bro

Jonelle Procope and Frederick

O. Terrell

Lise and Jeffrey Wilks

Tracey Winn Pruzan and Robert Pruzan

Anonymous (2)

$5,000–$9,999

Toni and Seth Bernstein

Beatrice Busch and Adalbert

von Gontard III

Deborah Cogut

Melissa Colón-Bosolet and Rene Bosolet

$10,000–$19,999

Gwen and Gerald Adolph

Shahara Ahmad-Llewellyn

Anshell J. Boggs

Dustin Cable

Saundra and W. Don Cornwell

Estate of Eleanor English

Andrea and Ken Frazier

Agnes and Gerald L. Hassell

Peter J. and Carol L. Holzer

Sheryl and Chip Kaye

Charles Kushner

Sabrina and Matthew J. LeBlanc

Katherine and Mark Linder

Jennie and Richard DeScherer

Thomas Durels

Faye Premer and Bill Edwards

Thomas Foley

William Getreuer

Edythe Gladstein

Thomas R. Grossman

Anita and Ash Gupta

Ankush Gupta

George Hickmet

Howard Jaslow

Shelly and Howard Kivell

Louis Leone

Doo Sik Lew

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We are CONNECTED & IN RELATIONSHIP INDUSTRY & TALENT

SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS EQUITY & INCLUSION ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE

BBBS of NYC is committed to advancing inclusive practices and programming and prioritizes supporting everyone in their intersectional identities, including immigrant and LGBTQ+ community members. The New American Program (NAP) brings awareness of BBBS of NYC mentoring services to Chinese-, Korean-, and Spanish-speaking communities and provides bilingual program managers, who equip matches with culturally competent supports and resources. The Immigration and Language Access Initiative leads diverse cultural celebrations for our community and provides translation and language access services.

The LGBTQ+ Initiative focuses on building affirmation and inclusion through program innovation, such as our open gender-matching policy, and partners with LGBTQ+ organizations to provide targeted learning opportunities that ensure staff and Bigs are prepared to support the diverse needs of LGBTQ+ youth.

Left: Big Barbara and Little Lilian

Below: Big Adrienne, Little Taylor, and Parent Tessy

Opposite: Big Niket and Little Jeremiah

1 in 4 Littles identified as being from an immigrant family.

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We are CONNECTED & IN RELATIONSHIP INDUSTRY & TALENT

Andrew S. Lipman

Laura and Scott Malkin

Claudia Rose and Ted C. Morehouse

Lori and Michael Nash

Nancy and Charles G. Posternak

Lindsey and Tyler Rhoten

Joan Sarnoff

Glen Siegel

Amy and Jeffrey Silverman

Margaret Sung and Michael J. Schmidtberger

Nancy and Tom Wall

Carolyn Wright-Lewis and Edward Lewis

Julie and Paul Leff

Sean McManus

Ryne Miller

Alyssa Montejano

Nicole Newlin

Chris Peck

Errol Pierre

Lisa and Stephen Plavin

Deborah A. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Royce

Catherine and Andrew Scandalios

Michele Scaringella

Joshua Segel

Jane Symington

Michael J. Tepedino

Leon Terrano

Adam D. White

Peter Wiklund

Fred Wistow

Anonymous(1)

$2,500–$4,999

Elliot Berger and Karen Athanassiades

Stephen B. Brodeur

Naveen Chopra

The Honorable Michael A. Corriero and Ms. Mary Ellen Raftery

Maria Earley

Lois Farber

Paul Ficca

Michael Gigliotti

Susan Hinkson and Francis Carling

David Jaffe

David Kaufman

Candice King

Elizabeth A. Klemmer

Katherine Klemmer Terry and Samuel Thomas Terry Jr.

The Koster Family

Stacey and Curtis Lane

CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS

$100,000+

American Express

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

Bloomberg Philanthropies

Charles R. and Winifred R. Weber Foundation

The Hearst Foundations

Marketing Edge

Moody's Analytics

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation

Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP

Verizon Foundation

$50,000–$99,999

BlackRock

BNY Mellon

CBS Corporation

CBS Sports

Credit Suisse

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Global Infrastructure Partners

The Hagedorn Fund

The Hearthland Foundation

Macro Risk Advisors

Marva Smalls Endowment of Coastal Community Foundation of SC

McKinsey & Company

Mount Sinai Health System

National Football League

NBC Universal

New York Life Foundation

Nickelodeon

Paramount

PwC

TD Bank

Anonymous (1)

$20,000–$49,999

Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP

American Eagle Outfitters Foundation

Axel Johnson, Inc.

Bank of China

Bridge To Work Foundation, Inc.

Brookfield Property Group LLC

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SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS EQUITY & INCLUSION ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE

Capital One, N.A.

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation

Citi

ClearBridge Investments

Comcast Foundation

Consolidated Edison, Inc.

Covington & Burling LLP

Dash Financial Technologies LLC

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Deloitte & Touche LLP

Deutsche Bank

Digital Bridge

Donnelley Financial Solutions

The Durst Organization, Inc.

Eastdil Secured LLC

Emmet, Marvin & Martin, LLP

Empire State Realty Trust

Fabbrica

Floresta Ventures LLC

Heisman Trophy Trust

Hudson Yards

Hunter Roberts Construction Corp.

The Hyde and Watson Foundation

JLL

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

King's Hawaiian

Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP

Larry L. Luing Family Foundation, Inc.

The Liu Foundation

Macro, a Savills Company

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

MetLife

Morgan Stanley

The Morrison & Foerster Foundation

Morrison & Foerster LLP

Newmark Knight Frank

Northrop Grumman Corporation

In partnership with precincts in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Upper Manhattan, Bigs in Blue is a collaboration with the NYPD that seeks to create and foster caring conversations between police officers and youth. The program is part of the NYPD’s Neighborhood Policing initiative, which aims to help officers connect with the communities they serve. Since its inception in 2017, Bigs in Blue has grown exponentially; in 2022, the program paired 158 youth with 48 officers across nine precincts. Together, youth and officers discuss community building and engagement, positive decision-making, internet safety, and effective communication.

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In FY22, BBBS of NYC served 100% of New York City Council Districts (all 51 districts).
Above: NYPD 42nd Precinct Opposite, left to right: Little Rebecca and Little Adam, Big Jack and Little Cameron

Northwell Health

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Pfizer Inc.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Proskauer Rose LLP

Rabobank

RFR Holding LLC

Rudin Management Company, Inc.

RXR Realty

S&P Global Foundation

Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP

SJP Properties

SL Green Realty Corp.

Snap Interactive, Inc.

Sony Corporation of America

TD Securities Underwriting

Hope Fund, Inc.

View the Space

Watermill Institutional Trading LLC

Webster Bank

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Wells Fargo

Yahoo! Inc.

Anonymous (1)

Cassin & Cassin LLP

CBRE

Charles S. Keene Foundation

Cipriani

Component Assembly Systems, Inc.

Desimone Consulting

Engineering Group, LLC

Estée Lauder Companies

Express Financial Times

Franklin Templeton Investments

FTI Consulting

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, LLP

Gloria & Richard Kushel Foundation

Goldman Sachs & Co.

Goldman Sachs Gives

The Hall Group

Himan Brown Charitable Trust

Himmel & Meringoff Properties

Holland & Knight LLP

Hunt Companies

Indus Capital Partners, LLC

Indus Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Inspire Brands Foundation

Israel Discount Bank of New York (IDB Bank)

ITI Technologies, Inc.

The Jana Foundation

The John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation

Joyce and George Wein Foundation

Milberg Factors, Inc.

Mission North Inc.

Moët Hennessy USA

Monadnock Development

National Basketball Association

New York Football Giants, Inc.

The New York Jets Foundation, Inc.

New York Life Insurance Co.

Oak Hill Advisors, LP

Otterbourg P.C.

PBC USA

Rialto Capital Advisors, LLC

Roe Foundation Inc.

Sarah I. Schieffelin Residuary Trust

Schindler Elevator Corporation

Schonfeld Strategic Advisors LLC

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Starwood Property Trust

Sterling National Bank

Charitable Foundation

The Sunshine Foundation

Temasek Holdings

The Topper Foundation

Tri-Star Construction Corp.

Tullett Prebon (Americas)

Holdings Inc.

Turner Construction Co.

VallotKarp Consulting, LLC

Van Wagner Sports, LLC

Vanbarton Group

Vornado Realty Trust

$10,000–$19,999

Acore Capital

Alliance Building Services

American Landmark

American Psychological Association

Ariel Investments, LLC

The AVRA Group

Caesars Entertainment

KPF Foundation

Leeding Builders Group, LLC

LexisNexis

LM Cohen & Company

The Ludwig Family Foundation, Inc.

M&T Bank

Medialink LLC

Metropolitan Partners Group

Waterman Clark, LLC

The Wendy's Company

Wharton Properties

White Oak Commercial Finance, LLC

Workspace Property Trust

Anonymous (2)

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are CONNECTED & IN RELATIONSHIP INDUSTRY & TALENT
Left to right: Big Elias and Little Elina, Big Tom and Little Jaden, Big Grace and Little Onisty

SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS EQUITY & INCLUSION ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE

Hertz, Herson LLP

HSBC Bank, USA, NA

Hyannis Port Research, Inc.

IEX Group

Irma L. and Abram S. Croll Charitable Trust

Jordache

Kasowitz Family Foundation, Inc.

Kowitz Family Foundation

Theater for the New City Foundation Inc.

The Theodore H. Barth Foundation

Tigress Financial

Time Equities, Inc.

Valley National Bank

VDA

Venable Foundation

Virtu

$5,000–$9,999

3i Infrastructure

72andSunny

Admiral Capital

Amazon Services

Arbor Realty SR, Inc.

Assa Properties

Bank Hapoalim

Bank of Baroda

BankUnited Barclays (New York)

Carroll Management Group, LLC

CIT Commercial Services

Citadel Securities

Columbia Property Trust

Computershare

Continental Marble Inc.

Cross NY

Daiwa Capital Markets America Inc.

The Darla Moore Foundation

Dave's Promise Charitable Fund

The Edward and Dorothy Perkins Foundation

The Efraim Grinberg Family Foundation

Ellington Management Group

ESPN

Flag Luxury

Friedman LLP

Global Holdings Management Group (US) Inc.

Great Lakes Asset Solutions

Harbor Group International Harvest Management

Laura J. Niles Foundation

The Litwin Foundation

Loeb & Loeb LLP

Lowe's Companies, Inc.

M&T Charitable Foundation

Madison Realty Capital

Martha Mertz Foundation, Inc.

MasterCard

Mathew and Edythe Gladstein Foundation

May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation

Medical Properties Trust, Inc.

MEMX

Metropolitan Commercial Bank

The NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc.

New York Stock Exchange, Inc

Norwegian Protein Magic, Inc.

PBC USA Real Estate

PJT Partners

Platzer, Swergold, Goldberg, Katz & Jaslow LLP

Rabina

Related Partners, Inc.

Rosenthal & Rosenthal Inc.

Santander Bank

The Sidley Austin Foundation

The Smithee Group

Societe Generale Americas

SS&C

St. Vincent de Paul Foundation

Stone X

$2,500–$4,999

Aon Corporation

The Billy Garfield Scholarship Fund

BLDG Management Co., Inc.

Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, LLC

CBOE Change Capital

Civic US

Cohn + Dussi, LLC

Cole Schotz P.C.

Deupree Family Foundation

DiFazio Power & Electric Inc.

Douglaston Development

E Capital

Eagan Family Foundation, Inc.

Excel Elevator

Fiserv

Godsell Construction Corp.

Gordon Brothers

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Greenberg, Trager & Herbst, LLP

Haitong International Securities (USA) Inc.

Hilldun Corporation

Hillmann Consulting, LLC

Hugh O'Kane Electric Company, Inc.

John & Margo Catsimatidis Foundation, Inc.

Knight Electrical Services Corp.

Kriss & Feuerstein LLP

Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc

LB Architects

Lev Capital

Liberty One Group

MacQuarie Securities

Mass Mutual

Merchant Financial Group

Meridian Capital Group, LLC

Mulligan Security Corp.

NFP & Maurice Kassimir & Associates

People's United Community Foundation

The Pratt Family Foundation

Related Fund Management

Rosenberg & Estis, P.C.

RSM US LLP

Savills

Silverstein Properties, Inc.

Sinatra & Company

Standard Fire Suppression

Team Electric Inc.

Technico Construction Services, Inc.

Ted Moudis Associates

TF Cornerstone

UBS

Upgrade Services

Wachtell Missry

Zar Property NY

Zeichner Ellman & Krause, LLP

GOVERNMENT FUNDING

New York City Department of Youth and Community Development

Council Member Alicka Ampry-Samuel

Council Member Joseph Borelli

Council Member Fernando Cabrera

Council Member Margaret Chin

Speaker Corey Johnson

Council Member Ben Kallos

Council Member Keith Powers

Council Member Kevin Riley

Council Member Carlina Rivera

Council Member Deborah Rose

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Big Dariush and Little Jackson

SCHOLARS & ACHIEVERS EQUITY & INCLUSION ENGAGED & COMPASSIONATE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

OFFICERS

Jonathan Bram Co-Chairman

Jon May Co-Chairman

Laura Parsons, Psy.D.

Chairman Emeritus

Barbara Mendelson President

Lucy Lopez

Immediate Past President

Ben Smithee Executive Vice President

Paul N. Glickman Vice President

Katherine C. Linder

Vice President

Yvonne Liu

Vice President

Charles G. Posternak Vice President

Erin Scanlon

Vice President

Ash Gupta Treasurer

Andrew Lipman Secretary

Daniel J. McSwiggan

General Counsel

Edward L. Gardner

Chairman Emeritus in Memoriam

Alicia D. Guevara

Chief Executive Officer

Michael Coughlin

Chief Program and Innovation Officer

Jeff Elgart

Chief Corporate Officer

Salomé Jean

Chief People and Talent Officer

Laurie Lessage

Chief Financial Officer

TRUSTEES

Anthony Abenante

Joseph S. Allerhand

Anshell J. Boggs

Matt Borstein

Greg Braca

Ben Brown

Rowena Carreon

Craig Clay

Melissa Colón-Bosolet

Michael Conway

W. Don Cornwell

Steven M. Durels

Jonathan (Jody) Durst

Bill Edwards

Catherine Feng

Leslie Giordano

Roger S. Goodell

Susan Hinkson

E. Bai Koo

Jared L. Landaw

Sky Milch

Anthony Orso

Abby Parsonnet

Steven Pozycki

Frank Pusinelli

James Rapp

Michael Rodriguez

Marsha P. Roth

Scott Schaevitz

Philip Seskin

Kate Snow

Sy Sternberg

Adam Tejpaul

EMERITI

Richard T. Anderson

Philip F. Bleser

Francis Carling

Reuben Daniels

David W. Florence

Sheila Wolf Freiman

Robert L. Frome

Thomas R. Grossman

Gerald L. Hassell

Peter Holzer

Kenneth Knuckles

Steve Moore

Robert Moss

Peter Pollack

Rudolph J. Santoro

Marva Smalls

Frederick O. Terrell

Tawana Tibbs

Lawrence J. Toal

Beverly Benz Treuille

John E. Waldron

Judy A. Weill

Glen Weiss

ADVISORY COUNCIL

Luis F. Barragan

Mark A. DeRugeriis

Philip L. Milstein

Lee J. Miner

Susan Moultrie

Joyce Mullins-Jackson

Trevor Mundt

Michael Rosenthal

James Warner

Cheryle A. Wills

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM

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GET INVOLVED

As New Yorkers, we do this work in community with each other. BBBS of NYC ignites the potential in our city’s youth by partnering with stakeholders across our network. Learn how you can join us and get involved today.

Become a Big

We serve youth across all five boroughs of New York City with the help of our Bigs, who volunteer eight hours a month to connect with their Littles and share impactful experiences that bring youth one step closer to achieving their S.M.A.R.T. goals.

Donate

By making a monetary donation, you contribute to the costs of Big-Little matchmaking, academic enrichment for our Littles, comprehensive screenings for potential Bigs, and continued volunteer outreach and recruitment efforts to connect more New York City youth to caring and consistent mentors.

Become a Corporate Partner

Join the more than 50 corporations that partner with us, and bring the power of mentoring to your office through BBBS of NYC’s Workplace Mentoring Program or College and Career Success Program.

Join an Affinity Group

BBBS of NYC Affinity Groups are comprised of volunteers that help expand our outreach to targeted communities. Big Pride, Bigs United, Latino Bigs, the Asian Mentoring Committee, and the Young Professionals Committee all play a huge role in supporting our organization’s initiatives and fundraising efforts.

To learn more about getting involved, email getinvolved@bigsnyc.org.

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OUR VISION

All youth achieve their full potential

OUR MISSION

To build and support mentoring relationships to ignite the biggest possible futures for youth

OUR VALUES

Put Youth First

Advance Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Operate with Integrity

Engage with Empathy

Invest in Learning & Innovation

BIGSNYC.ORG @BBBSNYC
Big Angel and Little Jane Opposite: Big Kelechi and Little Mya-Renee

BIGSNYC.ORG @BBBSNYC

Left to right: Big Simone and Little Kendall, Big Bryan and Little Jack, Big Brittany and Little Kaylei Front cover, left to right: Big Greg and Little Bola, Big Aisha and Little Ava, Big Kristin and Little Soung Youn aerial photo by predrag vučković
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