Page 1

It will always be a part of you.

A N N U A L R E P O R T 2017-18


Chadwick The family you choose.


A N N U A L R E P O R T 2017-18

3

Inspired by a deep love of learning, the gifts of nature and the diversity of humanity, Margaret Chadwick founded Chadwick School, aiming to empower students to unlock their highest potential, do good on campus and beyond the gates, and lead in an ever-changing global landscape. She focused on character, diversity and experiential education — anchors of the Chadwick education that continue today. Although no longer a boarding school, Chadwick still remains a second home for many students and alumni. The size of the school and community’s embracement of the Core Values are evident in the lifelong friendships and bonds formed among classmates, students, teachers and parents. When you attend Chadwick School, you are a Dolphin for life. Alumni frequently visit campus and consider Chadwick classmates their closest friends (see page 10). Many parents who met through Chadwick events have become close friends who spend much of their time outside of school together; meet a group of those parents on page 14. For many, Chadwick is truly the family they choose. The small-town feel of Chadwick also allows for strong cross-grade and cross-divisional friendships and collaboration opportunities on campus, with kindergarten classes often visited by Upper School students, Middle School students volunteering in Village classrooms, and ninth-and 10th-graders bonding with older classmates through co-curricular offerings. This unique Chadwick education is not possible without the support of our community. We appreciate your commitment and the opportunities you bring to every student through your gifts. Thanks to you, we can continue our founder’s vision and our current Mission to develop global citizens with keen minds, exemplary character, self-knowledge and the ability to lead. To quote Margaret Chadwick, “It is truly a family school.” Thank you for your important role in our Chadwick family.

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


“Boys and girls develop natural and


realistic ideas about and toward each other... C H A D W I C K T H E FA M I L Y Y O U C H O O S E

INSIDE 3 Introductions 6 From the Interim Head of School 18 From the Chair of the Board 19 Board of Trustees 20 Financials 22 Recognizing Annual Giving 34 Annual Fund 56 Other Gifts 58 Endowment Funds 64 Planned Giving 68 9th Annual Chadwick Golf Tournament 69 Alumni Day of Giving 70 Parent Organizations

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

5


...Pupils keep the school in touch with the nearby FROM THE INTERIM HEAD OF SCHOOL

Dear Chadwick Community, Our strength as an organization, as a school and as a community comes from our shared commitment to each other, and to living according to our Core Values of compassion, fairness, honesty, respect and responsibility. Truly, Chadwick is the family that we have chosen, and it is a family I was honored to choose 20 years ago. During the 2017-18 school year, our community came together to strengthen our Chadwick family in a number of ways, and I’m proud to share some highlights with you. 6

Class of 2018 Our graduating Class of 2018 continues to make us proud, matriculating to their “best fit” colleges throughout the country. The 63 members of the Class of 2018 received 314 offers of admission from 122 colleges and are attending Brown University, Cornell University, the University of Michigan, Georgetown University, the University of Southern California and the University of California at Berkeley, among other institutions. We know these graduates are entering a competitive and dynamic career marketplace, and we continue to refine our curriculum to ensure our graduates are prepared to succeed in an interconnected and technologically advanced world. Three New Curricular Centers After several years of research and planning, we announced three new curricular centers that will help us create learning opportunities that are authentic, student-centered, engaging and transformative. In the true Chadwick way, these curricular centers

“ When I think of Chadwick’s students, parents, faculty, staff, trustees and alumni, I am reminded of the meaningful and long-term relationships that are formed here.” will develop critical skill sets in our K-12 students through integrated and interdisciplinary learning and hands-on, real-world work. • The Center for Ethical, Global Leadership draws together our outdoor education, global, sustainability and community service opportunities and provides resources and guidance for global citizenship and leadership development in all academic and co-curricular programs K-12. Chadwick students will learn to plan, problem-solve, and make good decisions, as well as learn to motivate and inspire groups to achieve their goals — all with empathy, humility and confidence. • The Center for Innovation and Research draws together interdisciplinary opportunities in research, engineering and entrepreneurship. The center provides resources and guidance in developing students’ critical, creative and collaborative thinking skills, both at Chadwick and beyond. • The Center for Community Wellness draws together the various Chadwick programs that promote and enhance the physical, emotional, intellectual and social wellness of individuals within the Chadwick community. It’s a deliberate effort to promote lifelong healthy habits in body and mind among our students and faculty members.


communities. Younger learn from...

of more than $1.8 million. Village families achieved 100 percent participation for the third consecutive year, and overall parent giving increased to 92 percent. Alumni participation jumped up to 12 percent from 7 percent the prior year, and dollars increased 15 percent. What’s more, 99 percent of our full-time faculty contributed to the Annual Fund. This robust support from across the community allowed for increased opportunities for all students in academics, athletics, the arts, outdoor education and community service. It also strengthened our school with tuition assistance for outstanding students and helped us keep faculty salaries competitive with peer institutions.

Current and future generations of Chadwick students will benefit greatly from these curricular enhancements, expanding upon our distinctive educational experience encompassing outstanding academics, character education, athletics, global programs, outdoor education, the performing and visual arts, and community service. Investing in the Future As we look ahead, we’re also proud of our commitment to a diverse student population that reflects the multiculturalism of Southern California and the world. Chadwick provided financial aid to 151 students, or 18 percent of our student body in 2017-18, and we intend to do more. The Chadwick family supports each other in a number of ways, and we are very grateful for the donations of time and financial support. Our community set new records in giving during the 2017-18 school year. Annual giving (including Annual Fund and Delphinus Fund) increased by 7 percent over 2016-17, for a total

We are also very grateful to the Tambour Foundation, which donated $3.5 million to enhance financial and tuition assistance and to establish a new endowment fund supporting Chadwick’s ethical, global leadership initiatives. This is the largest single donation in Chadwick’s history, motivated by Chadwick alumni parents Roger and Ruth MacFarlane, who approached the Tambour Foundation on Chadwick’s behalf. Ours is a wonderful family at Chadwick. This is indeed a place where faculty, students and staff “think, do and lead.” I am eager and excited to see what will unfold as we pursue our Mission to develop our next generation of ethical, global citizens who are equipped to lead and thrive in an increasingly diverse and interconnected world. Sincerely,

Jeff Mercer Interim Head of School

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

7


...older and older from younger. Students C H A D W I C K T H E FA M I LY Y O U C H O O S E • A N A M I C H E L S ’ 1 9 & S A M U E L R I VA S ’ 1 9

A

na Michels ’19 and Samuel Rivas ’19 were destined to be friends, albeit reluctantly at first. “Our moms are both Mexican, and they bonded over that. They quickly became best friends. By default, Samuel and I started to hang,” Ana said. During her WOW speech on the first day of school, Ana talked about her 13-year friendship with Samuel as her fondest memory from kindergarten. “My mom used to make me hang out with Samuel, and I didn’t want to because he was a boy, and boys are gross. Now, we’re best friends. To this day, I can’t think of a better person my mom could have forced me into a friendship with.” The duo slips easily into witty repartee as they sit next to each other on a Main Lawn bench. “I just think Samuel’s a good person,” Ana says. “At Chadwick, everyone’s a good kid. We have a different type of bond,” Samuel replies. “I am his mom. Samuel is a lot more playful than I am.” 8

“That’s true. Most of the time, she’s bossy.” “Yeah, I am bossy.” The two recall Samuel’s younger years as a rambunctious troublemaker. “Teachers always tell me that she was the only one who could control me,” Samuel says. “They knew if I was getting too crazy, to just grab Ana.” “I would keep him in line,” Ana says with a smile. “We’ve been best friends since,” Samuel adds. “There’s something about Chadwick and there’s something about the community that fosters long-lasting friendships. I’m obviously going to be friends with Samuel forever.” While the two don’t yet know where they’ll end up for college, they do know they plan to visit each other often. In the meantime, while they await the path ahead, they’ll be attached at the hip. “We’re like brother and sister. Our families are hanging out tomorrow for my mom’s birthday,” Ana said.


coming to Chadwick and going forth from...

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


... Chadwick broaden and lengthen


the ties with other countries in the world ... C H A D W I C K T H E FA M I L Y Y O U C H O O S E • M I A S M I T H ’ 1 7 , J E S S E A L L E N ’ 1 8

T

A N D M IA M U ON E K E ’ 1 9

he performing arts brought them together, and now, Mia Smith ’17, Jesse Allen ’18 and Mia Muoneke ’19 are best friends for life. “We were in the Middle School musical ‘Cats.’ My character needed a fatsuit, and Mia (Muoneke)’s character had a huge coat. We bonded because we were backstage overheating, trying to get our suits off,” Allen said, laughing. He and Smith had been at Chadwick together since kindergarten. The close friendship between the three of them began while singing together in the Jubilee Singers gospel choir. “Jubilee had a unique way of connecting us. The music turned us into a family from the start,” Muoneke said. All three emphasized the unique opportunity at Chadwick to make cross-grade and cross-divisional friendships. “It’s really cool because I’m friends with the kindergartners. And we hang out with the third-graders and teach a lesson in their classrooms. Chadwick makes an effort to make sure students across grades know each other,” Muoneke said. Smith recalled her 12th-grade buddy when she was in the younger grades, someone who made her feel comfortable when she walked around campus. “And in the Upper School, it was nice to be that person for younger students, to be someone they could look up to,” she said. Allen said he was home sick, resting on his couch on Halloween this fall, when some trick-or-treaters knocked on the front-door window, yelling “Jesse! Jesse!” “One of the girls was my kinder buddy when I was in sixth grade, and she remembered me after all this time. Chadwick is such a close-knit community.” “Growing up, I had the expectation that your college friends are the ones you stick with the rest of your life,” Smith said. “But Chadwick is where I found my people. You feel like a family.” “You form more meaningful connections at Chadwick compared to public schools,” Allen added. “I could never live without my two Mias. They’re my best friends in the whole world, and I’m stuck with these two forever.”

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

11


... Having several children from the same family C H A D W I C K T H E FA M I L Y Y O U C H O O S E • R O S I E L E V Y ’ 0 6 , S E A N M c G R A T H ,

L

M A R K PA N G I L I N A N A N D C A M E R O N PA R S O N S

iving on “Bachelor Row” is a storied Chadwick tradition. Many of the school’s beloved teachers — including Mark Wiedenmann, Sandy Piercy and Mike Cass — have lived in the one-bedroom apartments connected to the Warnock building after accepting their Chadwick jobs. And one group of ninth-grade teachers built their close friendship around it. English teachers Mark Pangilinan and Sean McGrath and history teacher Cameron Parsons met while living next to each other on “The Row.” “These guys immediately felt like brothers and mentors to me,” Cameron said. “I was a second-year teacher, and I had them next to me, telling me it was going to be OK. I didn’t realize how much I needed these two.” Sean can pinpoint exactly how the bond began — when they decided to go in on Internet service together. “It was, ‘Might you want to go in on Cox together?’ Then, we were united,” Cameron said. English teacher and Chadwick alumna Rosie Levy ’06 is an honorary member of the “Fellowship of the Row” and considers Pangilinan’s apartment “her second home.”

12

“We were instant best friends,” Rosie said. “I was really pushy about it,” Mark joked. Since then, the foursome take camping trips together, meet weekly for happy hours, started a band and attended Sean’s wedding this summer. They continue to expand their circle, too, embracing new teachers and encouraging any and all faculty and staff to join them for get-togethers. “I’ve never liked my co-workers as much as I value and respect my colleagues at Chadwick,” Mark said. “It’s a really welcoming environment. Everyone here really cares about what they do, and it makes you want to be better.” Rosie added that the teachers band together to help one another out and provide mentorship. “All of the teachers here are extremely supportive,” she said. Sean said Chadwick is unique in offering faculty a chance to live where they work. There’s always an event taking place, someone around to take care of you and an opportunity to hang out with a fellow teacher, he said. But at the end of the day, happy hours and trips aside, the teachers’ focus is on the students, Sean said. “Everything we do revolves around the students,” he said. “Everything is centered around how the faculty can be better for student learning and how to make the student experience better. That defines all that we do.”


heightens the overall family feeling ...

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


...throughout the school. It is truly


a family school.” — Margaret Chadwick C H A D W I C K T H E FA M I L Y Y O U C H O O S E •

T

T H E E T R I L L A R D S , T H E G AU T R E AU S , T H E H O M S , THE JOSHIS AND THE LINDENS

heir children’s education brought them together, and now a group of Chadwick parents say they’re bonded for life. Friendly conversations and mingling at Chadwick events turned into group vacations and holidays for a crew of Chadwick parents who met at the school. Board of Trustees member and parent Saskia Subramanian and her husband, Marcus Linden, have formed a close bond with fellow Chadwick parents Aarchan Joshi and his wife, Rita Suri; Lionel and Doreen Etrillard; Steve Gautreau and his wife, Kristen VanCott; Ron and Ida Hom; and all of their children. Even a couple of the grandparents are in the circle. The families travel together, gather for potlucks on long holiday weekends, camp in the wilderness and of course, attend and volunteer at Chadwick events together. They’ve gone skiing in Utah, camped on the Channel Islands and attended family science camp on Catalina Island. “They are all warm, kind, intelligent and FUN! I never laugh as much as I do with these folks,” Subramanian said. “The children are wonderful and look out for each other at school and when we are just hanging out.” For years, the dads have biked together every Sunday morning and enjoy conversation at a coffee shop after. “I remember the first picnic when our oldest, Tej, started at Chadwick,” Suri said. “The parents were genuinely warm and welcoming. It’s a small community, so everyone gets to know each other really well.” The Joshis noted that Chadwick offers so many opportunities for parents to bond on campus and off — at coffees, dinners, guest speaker presentations, picnics, volunteer activities, performing and visual arts events, athletic matches and more. “Chadwick does a great job of giving people a chance to come together frequently, regardless of where they live,” Joshi said. While the Core Values are an attractive, unique offering of a Chadwick education for prospective parents, they also provide a powerful bonding element. “Most people elect to send their children to Chadwick because the values resonate with them, which makes for a cohesive and supportive place,” Subramanian said. “It would be easy to dismiss the Core Values as window dressing, but they are the real deal. From the first day the kids arrive on campus, they are clearly introduced to the Core Values, and they pervade the daily life of everyone at the school. It’s pretty amazing.” Joshi agreed: “Chadwick is a community founded on and embodying those values. We have witnessed these values on campus and in their impact on our children since kindergarten. Truly, it’s sculpted their core being. Those values translate to the parent space as well. There’s implicit trust among those we’ve grown to love in this community.” While this group of parents spends much of their time together, they are also close to several other families at Chadwick and are open to uncovering even more friendships through the school. “The biggest gift that Chadwick gave us is the education of our kids. The second is the group of wonderful people we’ve gotten to know. That will transcend the kids’ time at Chadwick,” Joshi said.

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

15


FROM THE CHAIR OF THE B OARD

Chadwick School stands out because we have a solid foundation in both exemplary character and outstanding academics. Dear Friends of Chadwick School, As Chair of the 2017-18 Roessler-Chadwick Foundation Board of Trustees, I know I speak for all 24 board members when I say that we have been inspired and privileged to serve as stewards of Chadwick’s Mission to develop global citizens with keen minds, exemplary character, self-knowledge and the ability to lead.

18

The board remains committed to the school’s Mission inside and outside the classroom and to strengthening the strategic plan for Chadwick’s long-term success and financial stability. Our long-term strategic plan emphasizes a world-class educational program, world-class faculty and a diverse community united by a commitment to our Core Values of compassion, fairness, honesty, respect and responsibility. It is with enthusiasm about the future that I reflect on the 2017-18 school year. In our goal to provide a world-class educational program, the board has actively supported Chadwick’s leadership team in the establishment of three new curricular centers: the Center for Innovation and Research, the Center for Global, Ethical Leadership and the Center for Community Wellness. With these curricular initiatives, Chadwick clearly has a great opportunity to develop in our students the necessary 21st century skills for success in college and in their careers. The three new directors hired to lead these curricular centers bring a strong list of credentials and experience along with a “learning by doing” approach that is aligned with Chadwick’s educational philosophies. With their commitment to Chadwick’s Mission and their passion for their work, they join an outstanding team of world-class faculty at Chadwick.

This foundation is enjoying success here in Palos Verdes and also overseas at Chadwick International (CI) in South Korea. At CI, enrollment has grown dramatically from 260 students in K-7 in 2010, to 1,200 students in preK-12 in 2018. Adding to Chadwick’s distinctiveness is our strong community of students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni and members of the Board of Trustees. The board plays an important role in our community by taking a look 10-20 years ahead toward long-term success and stability. As we enter a period of leadership transition at Chadwick, the board is establishing more effective ways to guide the school into the future. During the 2017-18 year, we set out to bring greater diversity to the RCF board, and we enhanced collaboration between the senior administration team and trustees. Moving forward, we are leveraging the collective wisdom of our leadership team to serve the best interests of Chadwick for the long-term. This was my first year serving as Chair of the Board of Trustees, and it was deeply fulfilling on many levels. I’m inspired by my fellow board members’ commitment to Chadwick, and their willingness to roll up their sleeves and contribute significantly to Chadwick’s future. I’m also deeply inspired by our Chadwick graduates who are taking their knowledge, experiences and Core Values into the broader world.


2 0 1 7 - 1 8 R O E S S L E R- C HA D W I C K F O U N DAT I O N B OA R D O F T RU S T E E S Ted Haile, Chair Christine Bucklin, Vice Chair Lynn Hopton Davis, Treasurer Jared Felt, Secretary

Back row, left to right: Brian Sweeney, Lynn Hopton Davis, John Fukunaga, Ted Haile, Ted Hill, Ruth MacFarlane, Charles Toups, Linda McLoughlin Figel Front row, left to right: Velveth Schmitz, Kurt Gibbs, Jennie Nash Robertson, Pam Freer, Jared Felt, Saskia Subramanian Not pictured: Ken Baronsky, Christine Bucklin, Lisa Petrie, Nick Richardson, Lynne Rosenberg ’81, Wayne Song, Gregg Tenser, Matt Wilson

As I step down and welcome Velveth Schmitz as the new Chair of the Board, I would like to thank Chadwick’s Interim Head of School Jeff Mercer, faculty and staff, the parent organization leaders, the Chadwick families and the members of the Board of Trustees for all your hard work and heartfelt commitment to making Chadwick the special place it is today. I also would like to thank all the Chadwick community members who came before us — our past faculty and staff, alumni, past parents and past trustees. You have established this foundation of academics, character and community, and we are building on the great work you have done in the past, to create an exciting future.

Ken Baronsky Linda McLoughlin Figel Pam Freer John Fukunaga Kurt Gibbs Ted Hill Ruth MacFarlane Lisa Petrie Nick Richardson Jennie Nash Robertson Lynne Rosenberg ’81 Velveth Schmitz Wayne Song Saskia Subramanian Brian Sweeney Greg Tenser Charles Toups Matt Wilson

19

William V. Davidson ’63, Trustee Emeritus Robert B. Roessler ’40, Trustee Emeritus

I look forward to continuing to serve as a Trustee of the Roessler-Chadwick Foundation Group. Sincerely,

Theodore “Ted” Haile Chair, Board of Trustees Roessler-Chadwick Foundation

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

2017-18 ANNUAL REPORT 19


CHADWICK SCHO OL FINANCIALS 2017-18

OPERATING REVENUES Tuition and Fees Contributions and Bequests Endowment Draws Net Auxiliary Services Income Interest and Other Income TOTAL OPERATING REVENUES

20

28,260,875 1,882,091 1,700,498 262,111 253,537

87.3% 5.8% 5.2% 0.8% 0.7%

$32,359,112

OPERATING EXPENSES Salaries and Benefits Financial Aid Facilities, Depreciation, Amortization and Interest General and Administrative Expenses Educational Operating Expenses TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

19,044,504 3,991,539

61.1% 12.8%

2,756,072 2,729,023 2,606,593

8.8% 8.7% 8.4%

$31,127,731

2017-18 SUMMARY OF GIFTS Annual Fund (includes Delphinus Operating Fund) 1,845,507 Other Annual Operating Gifts 823,494 Total Annual Giving Capital Events Endowment Special Projects TOTAL CASH AND PLEDGES

Based on 2017-18 audited data

2,669,001 124,174 63,393 34,274 2,579,571 $5,470,413


21

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


Giving Chadwick, the family you choose to support.


RECO GNIZING ANNUAL GIVING

All gifts to Chadwick School are greatly appreciated. Because Annual Giving contributions support Chadwick’s current operations and highest priority needs each year, special recognition is afforded to donors who directly support Chadwick’s Annual Fund or Delphinus Operating Fund for Financial Aid, or who make restricted annual gifts to current operations. Recognition levels are determined by the total dollar amount of gifts, including employer matching gifts. Contributions to sponsor or underwrite events or to support parent organizations are not direct contributions to current operations and therefore are not included in Annual Giving recognition. Such contributions are recognized separately at the events or by the parent organizations. Gifts to endowed funds, including the general endowment, support the long-term growth of the school rather than current operations and are honored separately as well. In addition, this list celebrates consecutive years of giving by individuals. It is a testament to the loyalty and commitment of the Chadwick community that so many consistently support the school over multiple years. As with all our efforts to thank and recognize donors, every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of our information. If your records differ from ours, please contact the Development Office so we may update our files. Contributions from donors recognized here represent more than $2.67 million in Annual Giving to Chadwick in 2017-18. We are deeply grateful to all members of the Chadwick community who include Annual Giving to Chadwick in their philanthropic plans each year. Thank you!

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

23


Mariner’s Circle: $25,000+ Chadwick Parents Association Jessie and Henry Chen Lori and Stephen Doty*** The Harold McAlister Charitable Foundation Sandy Su and Jason Huang Anne and Mark Severns** The Tambour Foundation Windsong Trust Julie and Jackson Yang**

Admiral’s Circle: $15,000+

24

Martha and Faustino Bernadett Christine Chui and Vincent Jue Lily Coomans** Devon and Jody Foldesy Pamela and Randy Freer*** Kristi and John Frey** Patrice and Michael Harmon** Catherine and Gary Hobart** Jennifer and Ryan Ozar Lisa Petrie-Schulten and Mark Schulten*** Dora and Jonathan Seiffer Eva and Brian Sweeney** Monique and Peter Thorrington** Leanna and Charles Toups**** Janet and Laurence Watt Sharla and Matthew Wilson** James Yukevich

Head of School’s Circle: $10,000+ Sandy and Timothy Armour Lisa and Kenneth Baronsky*** Lisa and John Brady Chadwick Limelighters Esmeralda and Scot Cook ’88** Lynn Hopton Davis and Greg Davis** Lisa Toy and Jared Felt*** Cheryl Shojinaga and John Fukunaga*** Carl Goldsmith** Sherry Chen Hsu and Clark Hsu ’88 Christine Cronin-Hurst and Mark Hurst Laura and John Keating Linda Yang and William Lai** Diana and William Letsinger** Li Feng and Huajun Li Warren Lichtenstein** Saskia Subramanian and Marcus Linden*** Ruth and Roger MacFarlane Tanya and Liam Monaghan** Michelle and Hangup Moon Caroline and Glen Payne**

Allison and Bret Quinlan*** Nina Ritter Lynne Rosenberg ’81 Michelle and Jeffrey Saye Stephanie and David Siddons** Grace and Wayne Song*** Nicole and Darren Tangen** Valerie and Nicholas Tell Krista Jensen Thorrington ’98 and John Thorrington ’98 Jovan and Michael Trapani Jill and Thomas Wheeler*** Sandy and Frank Yang** Tao Zhang and Jianhua Yang

Dolphin Circle: $6,000+ Anonymous (1) Elisa and Gustavo Amaral Laura and John Armour*** Molly and Joseph Berenato**** Jennifer and Peter Borden ’85*** Cynthia and Christopher Brennan Stephanie Sibbett-Brutocao and Brad Brutocao Christine and Randolph Bucklin** Katherine and Thomas Carter** Lin and Edward Chen ’96*** Kelley and Paul Chen Kristin and Ty Childress** Cari and Frederick Corbalis*** Susan Fillichio and Michael Davisson Sepideh Ariarad and Aria Davodi Nancy and Philip Dimson** Laurie and Ian Eddleston Tonya and Lorenzo Esparza** Devon and Gregory Galusha** Ruth and Ted Haile** Dawn and Gregory Harms Kimberly and Martin Harrington*** Ida and Ron Hom*** Alefiya and Naveed Hussain Jill and Ramin Javahery Chong and Simon Jeong Elisa Yoo and Michael Kim** Nicole Parker-Kodjoe and Boris Kodjoe Dina Lew and Edward Lee*** Elisabeth and David Lesser** Debby and Roger Lin** Grace Gui and Yi Lin Manola and Juan Llaca** Elaine and Jeffrey Lovell Kathy and Giles Lundberg

Cassidy and Ryan McCarthy** Noelle Merritt and Arthur Merkin*** Johanna and Thomas Mooney** Wendy and Jason Moskowitz*** Amy Chan and Dane Mott Gretchen Reichardt ’85 and Anthony Pullara** Traci and Patrick Quigley** Pamela and Nicholas Richardson*** Lindsey and Luis Serrano Selena and Brad Shairson** Loretta Thompson and Richard Smith** Kiersten Darrow and John Steele** Julie and Maurice Suh** Susan and John Sullivan Leslie and Grafton Tanquary Emily Breckenridge and Terence Tchen** Jeannette and Keith Wagner** Wendy Watanabe and Eric Winter**

Honor’s Circle: $3,000+ Anonymous (3) Judit Abraham** Gretchen and Mark Albarian Sonia Valencia and Sean Allen** Samantha Phipps-Alvarez and Matthew Alvarez Shana Schoales and Michael Amiri Blagovesta and Angel Angelow** Mary and Henio Arcangeli** Naila and Neeraj Arora Olga and Gregory Barnes Melody and Joseph Barnes** Jill and Daniel Barrett Mary Yang and Kim Benjamin Carol and Robert Bernstein** Robin Kaminsky and Stewart Bogen** Kari and John Boiler** Diane and Bruno Boval Marjorie Bowen Stephanie and Michael Brandmeyer*** Jeanne and Gregory Bray Sylvia and Harry Bruni Terri and Cody Burke Lydia and David Burstein Jennifer and David Caskey Chadwick Booster Club Katherine and William Chambers Colleen Slattery and Philip Chen ’90** Katie and Reuben Chen ’96** Lisa and Yee-Ping Chu Hyoung Lim Ko and Yeon Sang Chung**


Lili He and Yuzi Cong John E. Creeden and Carole A. Martin Louisa and Stewart Cushman** Eva and Richard Davis** Suzanne and Ben DeJong Melinda and Gregory Deutsch** Nancy and John Dineen Andrea Henderson Fahnestock ’76*** Binhong Li and Mandi Fang Padi and Amin Farah** Louise and William Farner Wensheng Zhou and Wenfei Feng Linda McLoughlin Figel and Matt Figel**** Ellen Walters and David Foster*** Debby and Alan Frank Vanessa and Bruce Franklin Daniel Freedman Nora and Richard Fu Lisa and Michael Gervais Kurt Gibbs**** Kimberly Pollack and Sumeet Goel** Stephanie and Scott Goodman** Erin Ruane and Geoffrey Hale** Laura Wertheimer Hatch ’90 and Rick Hatch*** Mi Mao and Yaping He Shirley and Jeffrey Hoo** Maria and Jeffrey Hughes Sunyoung Park and Hoon Huh Julie Kim and Samuel Im Angela and Romas Jarasunas Young Hwa Kim and Jiwoon Jeon Tracy Kim and Guy Jirawuthiworavong Christie and Bryan Johnson Sarah and Stanley Jung Nazanin and Amir Kaviani Rikki and David Keating Nayoung and Minsik Kim Christy Chan and Matthew Kimberling Lisa and John Kunesh** Bernice and Randall Lake** Carrie and Robert Lenihan Nikki and Neil Lennertz** Megan and Aaron Leon Tamala and Steven Lewis** Lisa and Christopher Locke Cecile and Bryan MacQuarrie** Marci and Constantino Magnatta** Bertha and Kevin Masuda*** Ilonka von Lippke de Maxson and Mark Maxson** Nancy and Jamie McCrary***

Cambria and Alexander McCulloch Denise and Joshua Mester Alexis and David Milestone** Krista and Jesse Mills Eunice and Paul Moon Yeon Jung and Tracy Moon** Nancy and Kevin Neal ’90 Eileen and John Neill** Serena and John Ngan Nela Garay and John Nguyen** Cynthia and Janis Pamiljans Lani Pollock Page and Jimmy Powers Renee and Franklin Pratto Tara and Brandt Pyles** Natalia Diez and Diego Ramirez Lana and Richard Rizika** Jennie and Rob Robertson Elise and Gregory Robins Annamarina and Michael Romine Elinaz Shoushtari and Ramin Roohipour Monique and Derek Roth Maria Cursage and Adriana Ruggio** Pamela and Daniel Salzman Alison Foote-Santa Ana and Cris Santa Ana Elizabeth and Robert Satterthwaite Tara Goldberg Klein ’95 and Mike Schimmel Donne and James Segil** Harini Reddy and Shaun Setty Jeanette and Gregory Seyranian Helen and David Shaw Karina Gaete Llanos and Terry Shope Laetitia and Bradley Slocum** Christine Havey-Smith and Kevin Smith Andrew Solomon Julie and Stuart Spangler** Leslie Sykes-Spann and Patrick Spann Connie Bailey-Spielberger and Andrew Spielberger Dina and Kevin Stephens Kristine and Brian Suh ’90** Maya Suita and Yoon Sull Liping and Touwen Tan Darren Tangen Lisy Tangen Hanan and Maged Tanios Christine McCracken and Gregg Tenser** Jane and Robert Terry*** Michael Thomson Jennifer and Brian Timmons Hisako Tsuboi Joumana and Lawrence Underwood

Natalia Belova and Michael Vermesh Wendy and Zachary Warren*** Tiffanee and Michael Watts Robin and Collin West Kia Rode Westhead ’87 and Paul Westhead ’85 Cameron and Jeffrey Wilson Anne and Christopher Wong ’87 Tishya and Jon Wren Jennifer and David Wu Patricia and Andrew Yun Amanda and Brian Zaumeyer Dai Zhang Rongrong Ren and Jun Zhang Guangqian Ji and Weidong Zheng Michele Trapani Zinser ’95 and Michael Zinser***

Gifts up to $2,999: Anonymous (30) Victoria and Erwin Abad Glynis Ablon Joyce Combs Abrams ’56 Ban Al-Wardi and Husam Abusneineh Accenture Jodi and Gerald Agnew** Vandana Ahluwalia Saada Kelifa and Nusuri Ahmed Alicia Akers Linda Akpakwu*** Stephanie and John Alden Fatimah and Shamusideen Aliu Victoria and Jeffrey Allen Constance Allen '57 Karyn Valenzuela and Jesus Alvarado Loratta Alvarado Alejandra Amarilla Erika Amaya Hayley and Jeffrey Amberg Sean Amberg ’94 Tserenchuluun and Myron Anastasi Kendall Anthony ’06 Alexa Aranjo ’12** Charlotte Armstrong Monique Arrington Rachel Asher ’16 Wayland Augur ’78 Catherine Augustyn Monica Augustyn Liana Austin ’04** Bruce Averbook ’74*** Rania and Ali Awad Richard Babcock Recognizing consecutive years of giving to Chadwick School Bold type: 20+ years of giving **** 15-19 years of giving *** 10-14 years of giving ** 5-9 years of giving = Deceased

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

25


26

Lori Krieger and Walter Babiec Kevin Babuder The Bacallao Family Josie Bahedry Margaret Bailey Rachel Baker Mary and David Baldovin**** Roya and Brad Baldridge** Liz and Gene Baldridge Maria Ballesta Bamboo Pipeline Conan Barker Gregory Barnes Sara Baronsky ’14 Steven Barrett ’77 Wendy and Adam Barry Mary Athans-Bartlett and Ronald Bartlett** Elena Bartlett ’16 Elaine and Todd Bauer Christy Moya and Ronald Beck** Christina and James Beggans, III** Melanie and Donald Behrens Laurel Behrens ’16 Gail Bilowit Benowitz '73 and Barry Benowitz Briana Benson ’98 Catherine Langston Bergel ’57** Carol and Alvin Bernstein*** Jeffrey Berry ’08 Sarah Beshke ’17 Sunny Chen Beutler ’97 and Jonathan Beutler Kum Kum and Shalender Bhasin Rajat Bhattacharya Hale Field ’70 and Bruce Biesman-Simons*** Ann Rosental Biedenweg ’81 and Doug Biedenweg Todd Billings ’91 Kurtis Bingemann ’15 Geoffrey Binney ’82 Claudine Gargaro and John Bishop Nancy Fifer Black ’56 and Donovan Black Yolanda and Richard Blackman Shane Blackman ’05 Hugh Blackmer ’61** Zachary Blickensderfer ’12 David Bloom Rachel Rosental Blum ’89 Alison and Jeremiah Bogert, Jr. Britney Scannell Bohlinger ’06 and Braden Bohlinger ’04 Justin Boisvert ’10 Laurence Bolton ’51*** Courtney Bond ’16 Titaya Areeboonsap and Jatesiri Boondicharern

Laural Boone ’83 Chandler Bootchk ’87 Lisa and Randall Bort*** Danielle Bove-LaMonica ’94 Barbara Bowers Marc Bozeman ’63** Diane Bradshaw Nancy Brandel ’63 Iqbal and Madho Brar Ramandeep Brar Lauren and Michael Breus Denise Connell Briggs and Eric Briggs ’93 Lisa and Michael Brogan Brookes Hutchinson Brown ’64 Lucille and Charles Brown Constance Brown ’65 Dylan Brown ’93 Julia Brown Harrison Bruni ’17 Rena and William Buchanan Kurt Buchbinder ’10 Lisbeth Armentano and Robert Buchi Lucas Buck Ellen Bullock Lisa Burelli ’88 Mark O'Connor and Randy Burg** Carmen Abramian Burke ’91 Caroline LaLonde Burrell ’87**** Meagan and Donald Burrows Abigail Bush ’11 Lindsey Higginbotham Buttles ’94 Christina Byer David Byren ’06 Diana Caden-Grycan ’62 Elizabeth and Scott Calfas Megan Calfas ’14 Jacqueline and Wyatt Cameron Ian Campbell Renee and Scott Campbell Sheila Booker and Timothy Campbell** Chris Caras ’92 Judith Mathers Carlson ’60*** Jessica Colman Carlson ’04 and Nathan Carlson ’04 Rachel Carpenter ’11 Akemi and Scott Carpenter ’85** Jannell and Stephen Carpenter** Michelle Carr** Lucas Cartwright ’10 Karen and Michael Cass Karinna and Michael Cassidy**** Alicia and Elmer Castillo Austin Chafetz ’08

Cameron Chafetz ’13 Jordan Chafetz ’06 Su Lian Lu and Kia Khuang Chan** Renita and Richard Chan*** Cissy Chandler Lauren Chandler ’85 Jenny Li and Andrew Chang Kathleen and Charles Chao**** Jennifer Chappell Correen and Gregory Chase Penny Chau Benjamin Chen ’99** Catherine Wang and Forchi Chen** Grace Liu and Jack Chen Julie and C. Jim Chen** Eric Cheng ’00 Sue and Ed Cherlin*** Monique Childress ’17 Patricia Ching Ara Cho ’04 Eunice and Dennis Cho Julia Cho Jung Hee and Antonio Choi Yeji Choi Nicole and Gary Chon** Jennifer Chou ’96 Nancy Chou ’96 Theodore Chung ’95 Marymae and John Cioffi Anne Carlin and Kevin Civale** Kyle Civale ’16 Jennifer and Douglas Claman Heather and Joseph Clark Phillip Clark ’90 Salvacion and James Clemmons John Clyman ’88** Tom Coate Shannon and David Cobb** Devin Codon ’17 Samatha Nadella ’03 and David Cohen ’03 Jill Collins Nancy Cook Jamie Shaw and Christopher Cope Celina Marquez and Francisco Correa Crystal Coser ’08 Jeff Craig ’66**** Zachary Cramer ’03 Shelby Crawford ’12 Devan Cress ’95*** Mitzi Bowling Cress ’72 and Hobart Cress*** Tracy Crosthwait Jeana Dennis Cullum and David Cullum Jessica Garland Daley ’07


Hannelore Daniel ’88 James Danky ’66*** Heide and Walter Dardenne-Ankringa Benjamin Davidson ’95 Sandra and William V. Davidson ’63 Gail Davis Jane Davis ’56 Leslie and Scott Davison*** Manju and Armand Dawkins ’96 Erin Hicks-Dawson and Albert Dawson** Conor Dawson ’11 Janice Cosgrove Day ’58 Bridgette and Victor de Gyarfas** Margaret Proctor Dean ’58*** Colette deBeus ’13 John DeCarlo ’05 Nichol and Kenneth DeGiorgio Nori and Wayne Dempsey** Falen Demsas ’06 Priya and Amar Desai** Chad Detloff ’04 Jarred Darren DeVaughn-Brown Sarah Hanley DeVito ’98 Seema Agarwal Dhir ’99 and Karan Dhir Salvador Diaz Laura Dicovitsky Christine Dillon** Jenny and Jeff Ding Stacey Peterson and Kenneth Dinnegan*** Morris Disston ’64 Jeanette Oka Donley and Patrick Donley*** Kari and Dennis Doody Lindsay Dorman Delbara and Lee Dorsey Tara Doty ’16 Deborah Dowling** Elisa Chen and Gareth Dulai** Nancy Dunn Tamula Patterson and Thinh Duong A.C. duPont ’70 Camille Dupree Jeffrey Earle ’77 Andrew Easton ’02 Caroline Edmondson ’10 Katherine Edmondson ’07 Juliana and Steven Edwards Zurine Lekuona and Igor Elgorriaga Dana DeVorzon and Vincent Elhaik Carrie and Mark Elliott** Diane and William Elliott*** Kate Elortegui Michelle and Rod Emelle Maryam Hashemi and Hamid Eslami**

Janet Esposito Doreen and Lionel Etrillard** Nonie and Andrew Eu Anthony Fadil ’13 Nancy and Joseph Farlo** Victoria and Michael Fay Sanders Feldhorn ’67 Jeff Fellenzer Holly Snyder Feller ’95 Amelia Ferro Mary Jane McCaw-Fidel and Manolito Fidel*** Thisbe Fields*** David Figel ’16 Erin Figel ’12 Sara Figel ’10 Catherine and Harold Finn** Patsy and John Fiske Susan Ellis Fletcher ’61 Elizabeth Cannom Fong ’87 Peter Ford ’62 Marjorie and Richard Foster Steven Foster ’86 Danielle Fouty ’12 Jania and Alan Fox Christian Fox ’88 Norma Fox Susan Scudder Francis ’57** Lisa Franz ’88*** Nancy Alcocer and Juan Frausto Erin Tuohy Freeman ’88 Pamela Isherwood French ’69 Harrison Freni ’17 Eugenia Frey** Mukarabe Makinto Inandava and George Friebe-Makinto Friends of the Library Ray Fries ’62 Ellie and Robert Fronauer*** Karin and Robert Fuire*** Jennifer Fukunaga ’13 Fred Fuld, III ’70** Ellen Furgis ’15 Elizabeth Gale ’10 Marla Meine Galloway ’76 Damaris Garcia ’09 David Garcia ’11 Stacey and William Garrett** Amanda Link Garry ’02 Kristen Van Cott and Steven Gautreau** Lori and Bob Gay** Erik Geffner-Mihlsten ’08 Sharon Davidson Gentry ’61 Stephanie Culver and Victor George**

James Gerstley ’55** JoAnn Giaconi ’90 Bryan Gieszl ’93 Linda Savoy Gillespie ’70 Rhonda and Robert Gillingham Rie and Roy Glantz** Daniel Gleason ’83*** Adele and Douglas Gleichman Samantha Go ’07 Irina and Marcel Goedemans Debra and Damien Goldberg ’91** Barbara and Martin Goldberg Susan and Jeffrey Goldman Sandra Goldsmith Kathleen and Richard Goldstein Angela Gong Tracy Lam Gong ’91 Melinda Wong Gonzales ’85 and Eric Gonzales ’83 Miryan and Michael Good Lucy Rosental Goodloe ’91 and Marcus Goodloe** Zachary Goodman ’12 Cheryl and Thomas Goodspeed** George Goodwin ’66 Jean Marie Danforth Goos ’46** Christiaan Gordon ’92 Linda and Barry Goy Virginia Graupner Christe Greco Siobhan Wilson Green ’88 Susan Loew Greenberg ’58 Diana and Paul Greenberg** Billie Greer Steven Griswold ’97 Clare and James Gurbach Sarah Gurbach ’13 Maiko Guzman-Mariscal Monica Haase ’13 Tom Hajduk ’87 Dillon Hall James Hall ’68 Marcia and James Hall ’64 Ryan Halvorsen ’11 Camille Hamilton ’09 Evan Hamilton ’13 Bret Hammer ’03 William Hamner ’57 Sunny and Chunsung Han Stacie and David Hancock Ellie and Brendan Handler** William Haney ’76*** Laurie Hanley Nicholas Hanley ’12 Recognizing consecutive years of giving to Chadwick School Bold type: 20+ years of giving **** 15-19 years of giving *** 10-14 years of giving ** 5-9 years of giving = Deceased

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

27


30

Erin Hansen Eileen and Steve Hanson Ellen Gregson Harbin ’66 Andrea Nevens and Clark Hare The Harris Family** David Harris ’14 Janice and David Harris** Amanda and Nicholas Hartigan Elise and Lance Hartley Shannon and Thomas Hartman** Ann and George Hartmann Lynn Mitchell Haselton ’82 Daniel Hatfield Raena Hawkins ’95 Justin Hayase ’04 Madeleine Vandenbergh Hayes ’55 Glenda and Robert Haynes** Bradley Head ’07 Brian Head ’10 Ellika Healy ’06 Bitte and Michael Healy Nikolas Healy ’01 Margaret Hoffinger and Jeffrey Heisler** Molly Heller ’11 James Helms ’66 MacAllistre Henry ’97 Samantha Henry Terry Hensley ’61** Victoria Herrera Marian Hersh*** Andrew Herzik ’03 Nicholas Herzik ’06 Deborah Stellar Herzik ’72 and Terrence Herzik Taryn Faragalla-Hess and Van Hess** Cathy and Alan Hill*** Jack Hill ’15 Alicia and Samuel Hill Amy and Ted Hill Vandna and Rajan Hingorani** Sonum Hingorani ’12 Sherre Zwelling Hirsch ’87**** Lyman Ho ’68** Nancy and Bob Hodgkiss** Jennifer Morrow and Daniel Hoffer Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman ’58 and Bruce Hoffman Nimia Del Rosario and Ronald Hohauser** Laura and Lewis Holzman Atsuko Chinen and Davis Hong** Andrea and Jonathan Hoot** Matthew Hopper ’80 Patricia Horan ’62

Ann and Brian Horner Angela and Andre Houle*** Cerene Macklin Howard ’84 Pam and Mike Howard** Isabella Hsu ’10 Jolie Hughes Glenn Hunter ’82 JoAnn and Jason Husman Karen and Christopher J. Hutchison Nicole Hutchison ’11 Hye Jung Hwang Sung Hee Park and Jonathan Hwang** Gbenoba Idah ’00 Lisa Nagahori and Terry Ikemoto Samantha and Patrick Inglis ’98 Imani Ingram ’13 Susan Sumarno and Thomas Iskandar** Natalie Karas Ivankovich ’94 Joita and Charlton Jackson ’88 Jennifer Jackson ’62*** Paula and Kory Jackson*** Taylor Jackson ’14 Krista Jamgotchian ’13 Nicole Jamgotchian ’11 Diane Dutton Jessup ’53** Keiko Utsumi and Taisuke Jo Sally and Frank Johnson ’47 Susan McNary Johnson ’65 Natalie Johnson** Allison and Adam Joiner** Douglas Jones ’56 Rita Suri and Aarchan Joshi*** Nicholas Kalayjian ’91** Tyler Kantor ’07 Jeff Karnes ’88*** Nan Karnes Vimala and Sree Karukonda** Simran and Hemant Kathuria Jennifer Kendig Katze-Kraus ’66** Eric Kaufer Stefanie Kawasaki Christopher Keesey ’18 Deborah and Daniel Keesey*** Kristin Keifer Nicola and Cameron Kellock Lena Kelly ’10 Nicole Kelly ’11 Meghan Kennedy ’15 Christine and Michael Kennedy*** Ryan Kennedy ’17 Sean Kennedy ’94 Julie Byren Kent ’04 Bettina and Carlos Kessaris ’85***

Harrison Kidd ’11 Madeline Kidd ’10 Wong Widjaja and Donny Kie** Stephanie Dixon Killum ’87 Yongjae and Dan Kim Mi and James Kim Angela and Brian Kinel** Danielle and Daniel King J.D. King Shaya and Grant Kirkpatrick** Nadine and Robert Kirkpatrick Judy Kisor John Kjenner Karin Schwindt Klein ’89 Joshua Klevens ’92*** Mary Swift Kline ’49*** Michael Klopfer ’04 Michelle Knipprath Andrew Knox ’12 Sharman and Andy Knox Alexander Kogan ’14 Michael Kogan ’11 Vicki and Seth Kogan Kim Kohler The Kole Family** Hunter Koontz ’17 Lesli and Kanon Koontz** Samantha Krasne Nicole Krauthamer ’04 Karlie Kreag ’98 Moeie Kreag ’00 Tina Sinclaire Kroot ’62 Nancy and Jimmy Kuo** Yoshiko and Yoshiro Kuratani Catherine Kurtz ’13 Jessica Kyle Lynne LaFleur ’67 Meena and Anthony Lagnese Deborah and David Laird Anne and Alexi Lalas** Megan and Steve Lamb Dennis Landis ’63 Taiko and Daniel Lane** John Lane ’06 Maura and Burke Large Sandra and Gary Larsen**** Colleen Lavery Lynne Lawlor Carolyn Leach Caroline and J. Kevin Leach** Richard Learned ’62 Sharon Stone Ledesma ’82 and Roy Ledesma ’82


Aaron Lee ’09 Catherine and Jinbaek Lee Jiyon Cho and Jung Woo Lee** Diana Lin and Patrick Lee** Sue Yie and Woowon Lee Louis LeMesurier ’10 Meg Lenihan Aileen Level ’95 Leon Level**** Deborah and Beny Levy*** Rachel Levy Rosalyn Levy ’06 Sheryl and John Lewin** Monica and Joseph Lewis*** JianYan Du and LinHua Li** Annie and Steve Liaw** HeeEun Jang and ChangKyu Lim Kyungah Chang and Suk Kyu Lim Katy Su and Daniel Lin** Felix Lin ’91 Fred Lin ’06 Sarah Lindstedt ’11 Grant Littman ’96 Susan Litwiller Tiberio Lizza '54***= Christina Lockett '10 Jordan Long ’15 Julie and Ronald Long**** Karin and Scott Longhurst Miguel Lopez Leah Lorenzana Regina Mahoney Lorenzo ’93** Alex Lovell ’05 Monica and Robert Lucenti Sarah Lucenti ’13 Connor Lucier ’15 Jordan Lucier ’13 Anna and Kevin Lucier*** Christine Cunningham Kunzang ’91 and Brian Lui ’91** Jennifer Luk ’00 Jorge Luna ’94 Jianmin Luo** Carol Wood Lustenader ’72 Elodie and Robert Lynn Setta and Thomas Lytle*** Jessica MacFarlane ’07 Taryn MacFarlane ’94*** Sandra and Jeffrey Machnij Sue George and Rafael Macias Emily MacQuarrie ’15 Deborah MacRunnel Michael Madden ’09**

Muysean and Peter Madden Peter Madden ’07 Gloria and Richard Mahoney*** Nolan Maier ’08*** Jamie and Bernard Mainvielle Patricia Gillian Maiolo ’59*** Patty and Paul Major Jay Majors ’86** Pengpeng and Alvin Mak Jamila and Ahmad Mallard Martha Gilabert and David Malone*** Kiahna Manker ’09 Jason Mann Jess Marino Melina Marmarelis ’03 Kimberly and Craig Martin Kristin Martin ’92 Monica and Robert Martin Cheryl Heughins and Troy Martin Marybeth and Roy Martinez Sukhbir and Thomas Mathew Nana and Masaharu Matsunami** John Maxham ’62*** Kelly and Mike McCabe** Carol and Robert McCrary** Megan McEwen Ruby McFarland ’11 Julie and Matthew McGovern Sean McGrath Rosanne McGuire ’83 Emmett McKinney ’12 D. Machele McNeil Lyle McNeile ’49 Henry Mead ’89 Annette and Robert Mead Jodi Meade** Irene and Alex Medrano Colleen and Christopher Meisel Kimberly Sartorius Mel ’66 and John Mel ’64** Grace Memmo ’13 Arianna Menzelos ’17 Barbara and John Menzelos Joanne and Elliott Mercer Noelle and Jeffrey Mercer**** Joey Merkin ’18 Sebastien Merle Carolyn and Don Merritt*** Angela Meza Leticia and Jonathan Michels*** Caroline Miguelez ’11 Caro and John Miguelez ’81 Traci and Todd Mihm Jeffrey Mihovilovich

Jacquelyne and Steven Miller** Sue and R. Dean Mills Eve and Benny Mirovski Vikash Mody ’17 Jason Mok ’88 Jiyon Moon ’13 Kushan Moonesinghe ’94 Israel Mora ’11 Karina and Luis Morales Wendy Morrell ’69 Dylan Morrissey ’14 Christina Morse** Jenna and Gregory Morse ’94** Sylvia Folson Mulvehill ’91*** Cristal Lynch and Anthony Muoneke Courtney Davis Murphy ’97*** Andrew Murray ’90 Lyn Moorefield and Karen Musurlian The Nachman Family** Zoe Nageotte ’08 Barbara Najar Alexander Nanji ’15 Lilla and Stephen Nash Deanna and Greg Nazarian** Charles Nebesar ’60 Richard Neff Ashley Nendick ’08 Janine and John Nendick Angie Nevarez Judy Reynolds Newell ’62 and Robert Newell ’62*** Emily Newton ’13 Lisa and Daniel Nguyen Amy and Nghia Nguyen Ngoc-An Nguyen Rachel and Jim Nguyen Sarah Parsa Nguyen ’95 Karen Nicolas Vigo Nielsen ’60*** Darren Nojima Raeanne and Stephen Norberg Erin and Peter Nordlund** Jennifer and Michael North** Conor O’Rourke Lynn and Kevin O’Connell Dandi Cress O’Connor ’93 Victoria O’Driscoll Takanori Ohkubo ’08 Katharine and David Okada**** Patricia Belton Oliver ’66** Chani Oppenheim ’77 Patricia Cho Ostrowski ’92** Suzanne Packer Recognizing consecutive years of giving to Chadwick School Bold type: 20+ years of giving **** 15-19 years of giving *** 10-14 years of giving ** 5-9 years of giving = Deceased

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

31


32

Serena and John Padian Tong Lee and Jens Palsberg Mark Pangilinan Anna and Han Park*** Jean and Joon Park Anna Suh and Sean Park Elisa and Sung Park Leslie Parker ’93 Leta Parkes Kelly and Richard Parks Sally Falk Pearce ’56 Melissa Ann Pecharko ’74 Peninsula Symphonic Winds Lori and Cedric Penix** Nicole and Dave Perez** Barbara and David Perez Joseph Peri Leah Peri James Perry ’65** Nancy Proctor Pesman ’56*** Amanda and John Peters** Nicole Peters Kristen and Robert Peters** Austen Peterson ’13 Erika Peterson Morgan Peterson ’11 Courtney Higginbotham Pettit ’94 Mark Phillips Berton Phinney ’11 David Phinney ’08 Andrew Piazza ’16 Bruce Poch** Pascale and David Poitras Anjela Moore Ponce ’74 Melanie and Frank Poturica Holly Bryan-Powell ’88 and Steve Powell Elizabeth Powers ’12 Robert Powers Simeon Prager ’77*** Frances Pullara= Briana Pullen ’93 Jennifer Dawson and Phillip Purdom Ralph Pursche ’51 Teresa and Randall Putnam Jacob Radeski ’13 Abigail and Todor Radmilovich Lauren and George Ramos*** Zakir Rangwala ’98 Sécha and Samuel Ransom Dudley Rauch Christopher Reed ’06** Virginia and Mark Reeves Jennifer and Terry Regan***

Khristopher Reichel ’93 Rachel and Jason Reisig Jamie and Richard Renslo Theresa Reyes Marta and Joseph Rhodes Margie and Steve Richards Janette Stillwell Richmond ’61 Elena and Julius Rim Christy Armstrong and Rodney Rincon** Matthew Risk*** Maria Rodriguez and Juan Rivas*** Robin Stratton Rivera ’74 Bijan Rizi ’09 Sarah Lim Ro ’95 and Jason Ro*** Carlyn Robertson ’10 Emily Robertson ’14 Susan Robinson*** Scott Rodilitz ’09 Ester Rodrigo Diez Robert Roessler ’40 Vivian Rojas Julie and George Romain Daniel Romo Laura and James Rosenwald Merci and Peter Rosenzweig Ellen and Frank Rosso** Daniela and Ron Rosso ’77** Tanya Vince Rothman and Matthew Rothman Adelaide Rowe ’09 Carole and David Rowe ’80 Donald Rowe ’07 Molly Rowe ’13 Cindy Clark Ruebsamen ’69 Robert Rule ’76*** Steven Rule ’78 Louise Childs Ryan ’49 and John Ryan ’49**** Tyson Sacco Chelsea Sadaghiani Jenny and Daniel Saket ’93** Molly and Gregory Sampson Carolynn and Victor Sanchez Nick Sanders August Sartorius ’72 Adriane and Leroy Sawyer*** Sarah Schaffner Velveth and Charles Schmitz** Krista Schnabel ’94** Constance Schneider Robert Schuchard ’70*** Elizabeth Schuh David Schultz ’07 Lauren Schwake ’87 and Henry Schwake** Carolyn Schwartz ’78

Stacy and Jonathan Schwartz** Ellen Fraser and Brad Scott Lanita Scott ’84*** Meagan Segal ’04 Jessica Hanley Senn ’02** Mona and Shailesh Shah Omar Shamout ’99 Stacey Ammons Shane ’97 Isla Garraway and David Shavelle Ashley Shaw ’09 Douglas Shaw ’49 Lori and Kyle Sherman** Ujwala Shah and Wei Shi** Anita Shier Bruton Stephen Shih ’94** ShinAe Kang and JaeWoo Shim Alice and Katsumi Shojinaga Maximillian Shrem Natalie Shuck ’12 Ann and Derald Sidler Tracy Sidler ’08 Beth Siller Paul Silvestre ’85** James Simmons ’12 Eleanor and Joe Simpson** Monica and Joseph Simpson** John Slusher ’86*** Corinna and Chadwick Smith Ekaterina Smith ’15 Robert Smith Vanessa Smith ’76 Jason Snyder ’90** Laurie Snyder-Berkowitz ’95*** Janice and Melvin Snyder Michele and Steven Snyder*** Bonni Goldstein and James Soldera Karen and Willard Somers** Christina Sommers Sheila Prell Sonenshine ’63 Sejal and Rajesh Sood** Yvonne Russell Sopp ’89 and Kenneth Sopp ’89**** Andrea and Robert Spalding*** Samantha Speroni ’13 Stephen Spurr ’61** LaToya Stallworth Bridget and Michael Stamos** Dori McMurtrey and Michael Stary*** Nicole Stein ’13 Ann Steiner ’66 Sterling of Lomita Auto Body Cynthia Sterling Mary Gebhart Stewart ’62


Kari Stewartson Venessa and Jody Stiger*** Rebecca and Richard Stoddard Phyllis Stone Cecily Voigts Storey ’92 Kimberle Straub Betty Field Strauss Natalie Williams Strong ’96 John Sturges ’56**** Subir and Malini Chowdhury Foundation** Sullivan Automotive Group LLC Gregory Sumen ’15 Doris and Gene Sung Jackie Sutton Nina Swan Sandy Swanson Peter Swartz ’89 Riki McDermott Swindler ’05 Daphne Sykes ’81** Tamara Durnall Tabak ’59** Mahnaz Tabibian Nina Lee-Tall and Mark Tall** Yanjun Cui and Yong Tao Colleen Tarr-Hulbert ’78** Kimberly Tatman Pippa Taulli Maureen Taylor ’02 Chase Tecimer ’13 Pat and Michael Teichner Tracy Zhang and Eric Teng Wendy and John Teng John Tettemer ’53 Dorian and Michael Theberge Doris Thomas Ronald Thomas Sandra and Ronald Thomas*** Dennis Thompson ’62** Kristen Shultz Thompson ’02 Megumi and LC Thompson Craig Thomson Nicholas Thomson ’16 Matt Thunberg** Stephanie and Tommy Tong**** Kerry and John Toolan Jason Toups ’10 Madelyn Tournat ’12 Bronwyn Towle*** Mark Tretiak ’84 Andrew Trinh ’15 Phuong-Hien and Khan Trinh*** Ryan Trinh ’17 Walter Trumbull ’12** Nina and Gary Turpanjian

Noelle Colich Tydlaska ’96 Susan and Steve Tyssee** Estela and Ray Uchima** Stephanie Uchima-Carney ’00 Karen Kehle Ulman Anne Pettit Urrea ’56*** Maria Venegas and Juan Valle Frank Vandenbergh ’64 Michelle and Steve Varady Arlene Vernon Danielle Munroe Villanueva ’08 and Giovanni Villanueva Albert Vogel ’58*** Gail and Ray Vogel Penny and Jonathan Wales Diane Tingle Walker ’49*** Megan Walker Heidi and Donald Wallace Patrick Wallace William Wallace Hailey Waller ’13 Julie and Robert Waller** Elizabeth Walles-Duda '88 Joy Milan and Jon Walls** Jason Wang ’05 Susan Wang ’14 Janene and Ian Ward Candy and Eden Warner Terri and Jeff Warren Ricco Washington ’95 Bryan Weaver Laura and Paul Webb Jeannette Webber Annie and Bob Webster Madison Webster ’11 Carol and Seth Weiss Austin Welch ’13 Andrew Werts ’92 Kathleen Westervelt Leslie Wheeler*** Danita and David White Kanika White*** Lauren White William Wickwire ’76 Susan and Mark Wiedenmann** Jeanne Lepape Wiener ’77 Winona Wilhelm Craig Williams ’77 Constance and Shaun Williams Doris and Dean Williams** Justine and Nigel Williams Carleece Williams-Breaux Jacob Williamson

Lakesha and Atoy Wilson Robert Wilson ’66** Lemoure and Troy Wilson ’86 Kindra Windish and Brent Dodson Brandon Winner ’17 Nicholas Winslow Elspeth Wise ’92 Mary Jane and David Wohl Mark Wolf ’80 Denise and Paul Wolf*** Judith and Barry Wolstan Casey Wong ’19 Jean Wong**** Jordan Wong ’17 Janna Woods Jayne Woolard ’12** Katherine Woolard ’10** Irene and Andy Worrell Austen Wright ’10 Michelle and Douglas Wroan** Pan-Fey Chen and David Wu** Mary and Ko Yamaguchi**** Judith Kitano and Michael Yogi Catherine Yoon Audrey and Joseph Yoon** Tyler Young ’13 Ashlin Yu ’10 Selina Yu Nancy Choy and Michael Yun** Ryan Zachos Shahina Hakim and Hammad Zaidi Bryn and Paul Zbyszewski Rebecca Anderson Zerngast ’64 Dora and Paul Zhang** Anne Gorman Ziegler ’04 Natalie and Michael Ziegler Bianka and Paul Zimny Jeff Zwelling ’85

Recognizing consecutive years of giving to Chadwick School Bold type: 20+ years of giving **** 15-19 years of giving *** 10-14 years of giving ** 5-9 years of giving = Deceased

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

33


A N N U A L F U N D 2 0 1 7 -1 8

34

TOTAL GIVING TO THE ANNUAL FUND:

$1.85 Million All monies raised through the Chadwick Annual Fund are used to support the operating budget in the same academic year in which they are given. Thanks to the generosity of Annual Fund donors, Chadwick students enjoy enhanced opportunities in all areas of campus life and learning. We thank the following 2017-18 Annual Fund donors for their commitment to making every academic and co-curricular program at Chadwick 100 percent outstanding for our students.


ANNUAL FUND VOLUNTEERS Chadwick relies on a committed group of volunteers to reach out to members of our community for their support of the Annual Fund. These volunteers write letters, make phone calls and assist with planning to help raise funds to support Chadwick’s students, faculty and programs. We are deeply grateful for their hard work, leadership and gifts of time to the school. A N N UA L F U N D V O L U N T E E R S 2 0 1 7 - 1 8

Parent Annual Fund Co-Chairs Julie Suh (L) and Elisabeth Lesser (R)

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

Grade Level Volunteers Mar tha Bernadett Stewar t Bogen Shiela Booker Pan-Fey Chen Fred Corbalis Eva Davis Lori Doty Laurie Eddleston Lorenzo Esparza Bruce Franklin Mar tha Gilaber t Roy Glantz Sumeet Goel Theodore Haile Geoffrey Hale Kimberly Harrington Mark Hurst Guy Jirawuthiworavong Aarchan Joshi Nayoung Kim Tara Goldberg Klein ’95 Debby Lin Constantino Magnatta Jamie McCrary Noelle Merritt Denise Mester Joy Milan Krista Mills Eunice Moon Eileen Neill Amy Schmargen Velveth Schmitz Karen Somers Sandy Thomas Loretta Thompson Michael Thomson Lenny Toups Paul Wolf Dai Zhang Dora Zhang

35


PARENT ANNUAL FUND One of the most significant sources of contributions to the Annual Fund is our parent community. In 2017-18, 100 percent of Village families supported the Annual Fund and 92 percent of Chadwick families overall participated in the Fund.

P A R T I C I P AT I O N B Y G R A D E 2 0 1 7 - 1 8 KINDERGARTEN

FIRST GRADE

100% Participation

100% Participation

37 out of 37 families

36

Anonymous (4) Lori Krieger and Walter Babiec Olga and Gregory Barnes Lisa and Michael Brogan Karen and Michael Cass Katie and Reuben Chen ’96 Tamula Patterson and Thinh Duong Victoria and Michael Fay Devon and Jody Foldesy Ellie and Brendan Handler Julie Kim and Samuel Im Allison and Adam Joiner Colleen Lavery Catherine and Jinbaek Lee Diana Lin and Patrick Lee Megan and Aaron Leon Grace Gui and Yi Lin Sandra and Jeffrey Machnij Sue George and Rafael Macias Pengpeng and Alvin Mak Tanya and Liam Monaghan Eunice and Paul Moon Karina and Luis Morales Jennifer and Ryan Ozar Elisa and Sung Park Sécha and Samuel Ransom Tara Goldberg Klein ’95 and Mike Schimmel Helen and David Shaw Darren Tangen Lisy Tangen Jennifer and Brian Timmons Robin and Collin West Irene and Andy Worrell Jennifer and David Wu Bianka and Paul Zimny

41 out of 41 families

Anonymous (1) Judit Abraham Samantha Phipps-Alvarez and Matthew Alvarez Monique Arrington Rania and Ali Awad Sunny Chen Beutler ’97 and Jonathan Beutler Diane and Bruno Boval Denise Connell Briggs and Eric Briggs ’93 Lin and Edward Chen ’96 Heather and Joseph Clark Manju and Armand Dawkins ’96 Priya and Amar Desai Seema Agarwal Dhir ’99 and Karan Dhir Victoria and Michael Fay Elise and Lance Hartley Jill and Ramin Javahery Christie and Bryan Johnson Nancy and Jimmy Kuo Meena and Anthony Lagnese Carrie and Robert Lenihan Debby and Roger Lin Manola and Juan Llaca Traci and Jeffrey Lupo Elodie and Robert Lynn Jamila and Ahmad Mallard Cassidy and Ryan McCarthy Nancy and Jamie McCrary Amy Chan and Dane Mott Erin and Peter Nordlund Natalia Diez and Diego Ramirez Annamarina and Michael Romine Jenny and Daniel Saket ’93 Elizabeth and Robert Satterthwaite

Harini Reddy and Shaun Setty Karina Gaete Llanos and Terry Shope Rebecca and Richard Stoddard Maya Suita and Yoon Sull Liping and Touwen Tan Krista Jensen Thorrington ’98 and John Thorrington ’98 Natalia Belova and Michael Vermesh Shahina Hakim and Hammad Zaidi

SECOND GRADE 37 out of 37 families

100% Participation Anonymous (1) Naila and Neeraj Arora Lori Krieger and Walter Babiec Melody and Joseph Barnes Diane and Bruno Boval Jeanne and Gregory Bray Renee and Scott Campbell Kelley and Paul Chen Tamula Patterson and Thinh Duong Zurine Lekuona and Igor Elgorriaga Devon and Jody Foldesy Kimberly Pollack and Sumeet Goel Alefiya and Naveed Hussain Allison and Adam Joiner Nazanin and Amir Kaviani Nayoung and Minsik Kim Danielle and Daniel King Megan and Aaron Leon Debby and Roger Lin Traci and Todd Mihm Alexis and David Milestone Eunice and Paul Moon Karina and Luis Morales Cynthia and Janis Pamiljans Caroline and Glen Payne


Tara and Brandt Pyles Allison and Bret Quinlan Sarah Lim Ro ’95 and Jason Ro Elinaz Shoushtari and Ramin Roohipour Yanjun Cui and Yong Tao Joumana and Lawrence Underwood Penny and Jonathan Wales Cameron and Jeffrey Wilson Lakesha and Atoy Wilson Sharla and Matthew Wilson Michelle and Douglas Wroan Michele Trapani Zinser ’95 and Michael Zinser

THIRD GRADE 39 out of 39 families

100% Participation Anonymous (2) Ban Al-Wardi and Husam Abusneineh Tserenchuluun and Myron Anastasi Denise Connell Briggs and Eric Briggs ’93 Lisa and Michael Brogan Terri and Cody Burke Akemi and Scott Carpenter ’85 Colleen Slattery and Philip Chen ’90 Katie and Reuben Chen ’96 Heather and Joseph Clark Melinda and Gregory Deutsch Tonya and Lorenzo Esparza Lisa and Michael Gervais Amanda and Nicholas Hartigan JoAnn and Jason Husman Julie Kim and Samuel Im Jill and Ramin Javahery Linda Yang and William Lai Anne and Alexi Lalas Diana and William Letsinger Katy Su and Daniel Lin Manola and Juan Llaca Marci and Constantino Magnatta Ilonka von Lippke de Maxson and Mark Maxson Amy Chan and Dane Mott Lisa and Daniel Nguyen Nela Garay and John Nguyen Anna and Han Park Elisa and Sung Park Traci and Patrick Quigley Elizabeth and Robert Satterthwaite Stacy and Jonathan Schwartz Laetitia and Bradley Slocum

Connie Bailey-Spielberger and Andrew Spielberger Danielle Munroe Villanueva ’08 and Giovanni Villanueva Candy and Eden Warner James Yukevich Rongrong Ren and Jun Zhang

FOURTH GRADE 40 out of 40 Families

100% Participation Anonymous (2) Judit Abraham Sonia Valencia and Sean Allen Samantha Phipps-Alvarez and Matthew Alvarez Rania and Ali Awad Mary and David Baldovin Catherine Wang and Forchi Chen Grace Liu and Jack Chen Esmeralda and Scot Cook ’88 Leslie and Scott Davison Priya and Amar Desai Laurie and Ian Eddleston Mukarabe Makinto Inandava and George Friebe-Makinto Stephanie Culver and Victor George Debra and Damien Goldberg ’91 Ellie and Brendan Handler Patrice and Michael Harmon Kimberly and Martin Harrington Taryn Faragalla-Hess and Van Hess Eric Kaufer Nancy and Jimmy Kuo Megan and Steve Lamb Diana Lin and Patrick Lee Manola and Juan Llaca Cassidy and Ryan McCarthy Alexis and David Milestone Tanya and Liam Monaghan Johanna and Thomas Mooney Karina and Luis Morales Tara and Brandt Pyles Sarah Lim Ro ’95 and Jason Ro Velveth and Charles Schmitz Karen and Willard Somers Kiersten Darrow and John Steele Eva and Brian Sweeney Nicole and Darren Tangen Yanjun Cui and Yong Tao Susan and Mark Wiedenmann Nancy Choy and Michael Yun

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

FIFTH GRADE

39 out of 39 Families

100% Participation Melody and Joseph Barnes Christina and James Beggans, III Katie and Reuben Chen ’96 Lin and Edward Chen ’96 Erin Hicks-Dawson and Albert Dawson Nori and Wayne Dempsey Lori and Stephen Doty Devon and Jody Foldesy Laura Wertheimer Hatch ’90 and Rick Hatch Atsuko Chinen and Davis Hong Sherry Chen Hsu and Clark Hsu ’88 Alefiya and Naveed Hussain Allison and Adam Joiner Nayoung and Minsik Kim Christy Chan and Matthew Kimberling Linda Yang and William Lai Dina Lew and Edward Lee Diana and William Letsinger Katy Su and Daniel Lin Nana and Masaharu Matsunami Ilonka von Lippke de Maxson and Mark Maxson Tanya and Liam Monaghan Nela Garay and John Nguyen Jennifer and Michael North Anna and Han Park Traci and Patrick Quigley Christy Armstrong and Rodney Rincon Jenny and Daniel Saket ’93 Donne and James Segil Ujwala Shah and Wei Shi Laetitia and Bradley Slocum Kiersten Darrow and John Steele Subir and Malini Chowdhury Foundation Eva and Brian Sweeney Christine McCracken and Gregg Tenser Sandra and Ronald Thomas Sharla and Matthew Wilson Audrey and Joseph Yoon Dora and Paul Zhang

SIXTH GRADE

67 out of 67 Families

100% Participation Anonymous (3) Stephanie and John Alden Samantha Phipps-Alvarez and Matthew Alvarez

37


38


Charlotte Armstrong Mary and David Baldovin Stephanie Sibbett-Brutocao and Brad Brutocao Caroline LaLonde Burrell ’87 Jacqueline and Wyatt Cameron Su Lian Lu and Kia Khuang Chan Eunice and Dennis Cho Shannon and David Cobb Priya and Amar Desai Jarred Darren DeVaughn-Brown Nancy and John Dineen Kindra Windish and Brent Dodson Nancy Dunn Laurie and Ian Eddleston Dana DeVorzon and Vincent Elhaik Tonya and Lorenzo Esparza Binhong Li and Mandi Fang Devon and Gregory Galusha Stephanie Culver and Victor George Susan and Jeffrey Goldman Stephanie and Scott Goodman Catherine and Gary Hobart Alefiya and Naveed Hussain Keiko Utsumi and Taisuke Jo Nicola and Cameron Kellock Yongjae and Dan Kim Angela and Brian Kinel Nicole Parker-Kodjoe and Boris Kodjoe Bernice and Randall Lake Anne and Alexi Lalas Tamala and Steven Lewis Kyungah Chang and Suk Kyu Lim Debby and Roger Lin Saskia Subramanian and Marcus Linden Lisa and Christopher Locke Elodie and Robert Lynn Jamie and Bernard Mainvielle Kimberly and Craig Martin Colleen and Christopher Meisel Johanna and Thomas Mooney Nancy and Kevin Neal ’90 Caroline and Glen Payne Page and Jimmy Powers Allison and Bret Quinlan Daniela and Ron Rosso ’77 Adriane and Leroy Sawyer Lauren Schwake ’87 and Henry Schwake Ellen Fraser and Brad Scott Lindsey and Luis Serrano Anne and Mark Severns Jeanette and Gregory Seyranian Selena and Brad Shairson

Christine Havey-Smith and Kevin Smith Andrew Solomon Karen and Willard Somers Julie and Stuart Spangler Matt Thunberg Hisako Tsuboi Wendy and Zachary Warren Tiffanee and Michael Watts Nancy Choy and Michael Yun Patricia and Andrew Yun

SEVENTH GRADE 84 out of 88 Families

95% Participation

Anonymous (4) Ban Al-Wardi and Husam Abusneineh Stephanie and John Alden Elisa and Gustavo Amaral Alejandra Amarilla Shana Schoales and Michael Amiri The Bacallao Family Jill and Daniel Barrett Lisbeth Armentano and Robert Buchi Sheila Booker and Timothy Campbell Cissy Chandler Colleen Slattery and Philip Chen ’90 Nicole and Gary Chon Lili He and Yuzi Cong Louisa and Stewart Cushman Suzanne and Ben DeJong Nori and Wayne Dempsey Melinda and Gregory Deutsch Kari and Dennis Doody Maryam Hashemi and Hamid Eslami Daniel Freedman Stacey and William Garrett Kristen Van Cott and Steven Gautreau Kimberly Pollack and Sumeet Goel Sunny and Chunsung Han Ellie and Brendan Handler Shannon and Thomas Hartman Jennifer Morrow and Daniel Hoffer Maria and Jeffrey Hughes Susan Sumarno and Thomas Iskandar Paula and Kory Jackson Young Hwa Kim and Jiwoon Jeon Rita Suri and Aarchan Joshi Rikki and David Keating Deborah and Daniel Keesey Wong Widjaja and Donny Kie Mi and James Kim Nicole Parker-Kodjoe and Boris Kodjoe Deborah and David Laird

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

Dina Lew and Edward Lee Diana and William Letsinger Annie and Steve Liaw HeeEun Jang and ChangKyu Lim Jamie and Bernard Mainvielle Bertha and Kevin Masuda Sukhbir and Thomas Mathew Cambria and Alexander McCulloch Barbara and John Menzelos Noelle and Jeffrey Mercer Denise and Joshua Mester Jenna and Gregory Morse ’94 Wendy and Jason Moskowitz Lilla and Stephen Nash Amy and Nghia Nguyen Serena and John Padian Tong Lee and Jens Palsberg Jean and Joon Park Gretchen Reichardt ’85 and Anthony Pullara Abigail and Todor Radmilovich Monique and Derek Roth Tanya Vince Rothman and Matthew Rothman Jenny and Daniel Saket ’93 Alison Foote-Santa Ana and Cris Santa Ana Michelle and Jeffrey Saye Velveth and Charles Schmitz Stacy and Jonathan Schwartz Harini Reddy and Shaun Setty Isla Garraway and David Shavelle Laetitia and Bradley Slocum Loretta Thompson and Richard Smith Julie and Stuart Spangler Dina and Kevin Stephens Eva and Brian Sweeney Nina Lee-Tall and Mark Tall Valerie and Nicholas Tell Wendy and John Teng Christine McCracken and Gregg Tenser Terri and Jeff Warren Carleece Williams-Breaux Lemoure and Troy Wilson ’86 Tishya and Jon Wren Amanda and Brian Zaumeyer

EIGHTH GRADE

76 out of 81 Families

94% Participation

Anonymous (1) Yolanda and Richard Blackman Kari and John Boiler Titaya Areeboonsap and Jatesiri Boondicharern Jennifer and Peter Borden ’85 Cynthia and Christopher Brennan

39


40

Mark O'Connor and Randy Burg Akemi and Scott Carpenter ’85 Katherine and Thomas Carter Christine Chui and Vincent Jue Salvacion and James Clemmons Lily Coomans Leslie and Scott Davison Sepideh Ariarad and Aria Davodi Nichol and Kenneth DeGiorgio Lori and Stephen Doty Padi and Amin Farah Nancy and Joseph Farlo Mary Jane McCaw-Fidel and Manolito Fidel Nancy Alcocer and Juan Frausto Devon and Gregory Galusha Miryan and Michael Good Lucy Rosental Goodloe ’91 and Marcus Goodloe Eileen and Steve Hanson Patrice and Michael Harmon Dawn and Gregory Harms Laura Wertheimer Hatch ’90 and Rick Hatch Cathy and Alan Hill Catherine and Gary Hobart Shirley and Jeffrey Hoo Sherry Chen Hsu and Clark Hsu ’88 Sandy Su and Jason Huang Paula and Kory Jackson Keiko Utsumi and Taisuke Jo Laura and John Keating Wong Widjaja and Donny Kie Elisa Yoo and Michael Kim Bernice and Randall Lake Jiyon Cho and Jung Woo Lee Deborah and Beny Levy Kyungah Chang and Suk Kyu Lim Kathy and Giles Lundberg Colleen and Christopher Meisel Leticia and Jonathan Michels Krista and Jesse Mills Yeon Jung and Tracy Moon The Nachman Family Rachel and Jim Nguyen Lynn and Kevin O'Connell Anna Suh and Sean Park Lori and Cedric Penix Nicole and Dave Perez Kristen and Robert Peters Nicole Peters Lani Pollock Gretchen Reichardt ’85 and Anthony Pullara Lauren and George Ramos Marta and Joseph Rhodes

Elise and Gregory Robins Pamela and Daniel Salzman Carolynn and Victor Sanchez Michelle and Jeffrey Saye Anne and Mark Severns Ujwala Shah and Wei Shi Grace and Wayne Song Kristine and Brian Suh ’90 Mahnaz Tabibian Janene and Ian Ward Candy and Eden Warner Wendy and Zachary Warren Janna Woods Patricia and Andrew Yun Bryn and Paul Zbyszewski

NINTH GRADE

87 out of 97 Families

90% Participation

Anonymous (3) Linda Akpakwu Gretchen and Mark Albarian Fatimah and Shamusideen Aliu Karyn Valenzuela and Jesus Alvarado Loratta Alvarado Hayley and Jeffrey Amberg The Bacallao Family Elaine and Todd Bauer Rajat Bhattacharya Robin Kaminsky and Stewart Bogen Lisa and Randall Bort Lisa and John Brady Stephanie and Michael Brandmeyer Ramandeep Brar Lauren and Michael Breus Stephanie Sibbett-Brutocao and Brad Brutocao Christine and Randolph Bucklin Caroline LaLonde Burrell ’87 Lydia and David Burstein Jacqueline and Wyatt Cameron Jennifer and David Caskey Jenny Li and Andrew Chang Kristin and Ty Childress Jung Hee and Antonio Choi Lisa and Yee-Ping Chu Christine Chui and Vincent Jue Louisa and Stewart Cushman Doreen and Lionel Etrillard Lisa Toy and Jared Felt Wensheng Zhou and Wenfei Feng Mary Jane McCaw-Fidel and Manolito Fidel Kristi and John Frey

Nora and Richard Fu Stacey and William Garrett Stephanie Culver and Victor George Irina and Marcel Goedemans Andrea Nevens and Clark Hare The Harris Family Margaret Hoffinger and Jeffrey Heisler Lisa Nagahori and Terry Ikemoto Angela and Romas Jarasunas Tracy Kim and Guy Jirawuthiworavong Rita Suri and Aarchan Joshi Eric Kaufer Laura and John Keating Lesli and Kanon Koontz Deborah and David Laird Dina Lew and Edward Lee Elisabeth and David Lesser Sheryl and John Lewin Li Feng and Huajun Li Warren Lichtenstein Kathy and Giles Lundberg Jamie and Bernard Mainvielle Patty and Paul Major Cheryl Heughins and Troy Martin Nancy and Jamie McCrary Julie and Matthew McGovern Jodi Meade Karen Nicolas Raeanne and Stephen Norberg Anna and Han Park Page and Jimmy Powers Abigail and Todor Radmilovich Julie and George Romain Molly and Gregory Sampson Adriane and Leroy Sawyer Dora and Jonathan Seiffer Anne and Mark Severns Venessa and Jody Stiger Julie and Maurice Suh Hanan and Maged Tanios Leslie and Grafton Tanquary Emily Breckenridge and Terence Tchen Valerie and Nicholas Tell Tracy Zhang and Eric Teng Dorian and Michael Theberge Sandra and Ronald Thomas Nina and Gary Turpanjian Maria Venegas and Juan Valle Arlene Vernon Joy Milan and Jon Walls Janene and Ian Ward Constance and Shaun Williams Tao Zhang and Jianhua Yang Dai Zhang


TENTH GRADE

88 out of 100 Families

88% Participation

Anonymous (5) Victoria and Erwin Abad Glynis Ablon Fatimah and Shamusideen Aliu Elisa and Gustavo Amaral Mary and Henio Arcangeli Laura and John Armour Wendy and Adam Barry Carol and Robert Bernstein Titaya Areeboonsap and Jatesiri Boondicharern Lauren and Michael Breus Sylvia and Harry Bruni Rena and William Buchanan Katherine and Thomas Carter Alicia and Elmer Castillo Hyoung Lim Ko and Yeon Sang Chung Lily Coomans Cari and Frederick Corbalis Celina Marquez and Francisco Correa Nichol and Kenneth DeGiorgio Elisa Chen and Gareth Dulai Camille Dupree Eric Dyson ’90 Juliana and Steven Edwards Carrie and Mark Elliott Diane and William Elliott Ellen Walters and David Foster Jania and Alan Fox Vanessa and Bruce Franklin Pamela and Randy Freer Karin and Robert Fuire Cheryl Shojinaga and John Fukunaga Carl Goldsmith Lucy Rosental Goodloe ’91 and Marcus Goodloe Linda and Barry Goy Maiko Guzman-Mariscal Erin Ruane and Geoffrey Hale Stacie and David Hancock Patrice and Michael Harmon Kimberly and Martin Harrington Margaret Hoffinger and Jeffrey Heisler Victoria Herrera Vandna and Rajan Hingorani Catherine and Gary Hobart Nimia Del Rosario and Ronald Hohauser Sandy Su and Jason Huang Maria and Jeffrey Hughes Joita and Charlton Jackson ’88 Chong and Simon Jeong

Deborah and Daniel Keesey Bettina and Carlos Kessaris ’85 Elisa Yoo and Michael Kim Tina King Lisa and John Kunesh Sue Yie and Woowon Lee Nikki and Neil Lennertz Deborah and Beny Levy Sheryl and John Lewin Annie and Steve Liaw Ilonka von Lippke de Maxson and Mark Maxson Denise and Joshua Mester Eve and Benny Mirovski The Nachman Family Amy and Nghia Nguyen Virginia and Mark Reeves Rachel and Jason Reisig Lana and Richard Rizika Susan Robinson Kristin and Kevin Scott Mona and Shailesh Shah Lori and Kyle Sherman Stephanie and David Siddons Grace and Wayne Song Bridget and Michael Stamos Julie and Maurice Suh Susan and John Sullivan Hanan and Maged Tanios Megumi and LC Thompson Jeannette and Keith Wagner Joy Milan and Jon Walls Janet and Laurence Watt Carol and Seth Weiss Jill and Thomas Wheeler Anne and Christopher Wong ’87

ELEVENTH GRADE 80 out of 94 Families

85% Participation

Anonymous (2) Blagovesta and Angel Angelow Roya and Brad Baldridge Mary Yang and Kim Benjamin Molly and Joseph Berenato Martha and Faustino Bernadett Robin Kaminsky and Stewart Bogen Kari and John Boiler Jennifer and Peter Borden ’85 Diane Bradshaw Stephanie and Michael Brandmeyer Jacqueline and Wyatt Cameron Katherine and William Chambers

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

Cissy Chandler Kathleen and Charles Chao Jennifer Chappell Correen and Gregory Chase Hyoung Lim Ko and Yeon Sang Chung Eva and Richard Davis Susan Fillichio and Michael Davisson Sepideh Ariarad and Aria Davodi Bridgette and Victor de Gyarfas Christine Dillon Nancy and Philip Dimson Stacey Peterson and Kenneth Dinnegan Lori and Stephen Doty Juliana and Steven Edwards Nonie and Andrew Eu Kristi and John Frey Stacey and William Garrett Stephanie Culver and Victor George Rie and Roy Glantz Carl Goldsmith Stephanie and Scott Goodman Clare and James Gurbach Erin Ruane and Geoffrey Hale The Harris Family Alicia and Samuel Hill Nancy and Bob Hodgkiss Ida and Ron Hom Shirley and Jeffrey Hoo Sunyoung Park and Hoon Huh Christine Cronin-Hurst and Mark Hurst Rita Suri and Aarchan Joshi Simran and Hemant Kathuria Mi and James Kim Deborah and David Laird Taiko and Daniel Lane Elisabeth and David Lesser Saskia Subramanian and Marcus Linden Martha Gilabert and David Malone Bertha and Kevin Masuda Leticia and Jonathan Michels Yeon Jung and Tracy Moon Wendy and Jason Moskowitz Cristal Lynch and Anthony Muoneke Lyn Moorefield and Karen Musurlian Amanda and John Peters Jennifer and Terry Regan Maria Rodriguez and Juan Rivas Daniela and Ron Rosso ’77 Lauren Schwake ’87 and Henry Schwake Monica and Joseph Simpson Sejal and Rajesh Sood Leslie Sykes-Spann and Patrick Spann Subir and Malini Chowdhury Foundation Doris and Gene Sung

41


Emily Breckenridge and Terence Tchen Valerie and Nicholas Tell Michael Thomson Susan and Steve Tyssee Michelle and Steve Varady Jeannette and Keith Wagner Kanika White Mary Jane and David Wohl Denise and Paul Wolf Sandy and Frank Yang Dora and Paul Zhang Guangqian Ji and Weidong Zheng

TWELFTH GRADE 57 out of 63 Families

90% Participation

44

Anonymous (2) Jodi and Gerald Agnew Saada Kelifa and Nusuri Ahmed Victoria and Jeffrey Allen Hayley and Jeffrey Amberg Christy Moya and Ronald Beck Claudine Gargaro and John Bishop Alison and Jeremiah Bogert, Jr.

Lisa and Randall Bort Rena and William Buchanan Karinna and Michael Cassidy Eunice and Dennis Cho Jennifer and Douglas Claman Jenny and Jeff Ding Jeanette Oka Donley and Patrick Donley Kari and Dennis Doody Elisa Chen and Gareth Dulai Michelle and Rod Emelle Wensheng Zhou and Wenfei Feng Ellen Walters and David Foster Lori and Bob Gay Mi Mao and Yaping He Cathy and Alan Hill Andrea and Jonathan Hoot Sung Hee Park and Jonathan Hwang Sarah and Stanley Jung Vimala and Sree Karukonda Deborah and Daniel Keesey Shaya and Grant Kirkpatrick JianYan Du and LinHua Li Karin and Scott Longhurst Cecile and Bryan MacQuarrie Marybeth and Roy Martinez

Irene and Alex Medrano Noelle Merritt and Arthur Merkin Traci and Todd Mihm Eileen and John Neill Serena and John Ngan Joseph Peri Leah Peri Pascale and David Poitras Jamie and Richard Renslo Merci and Peter Rosenzweig Maria Cursage and Adriana Ruggio Lisa Petrie-Schulten and Mark Schulten ShinAe Kang and JaeWoo Shim Bonni Goldstein and James Soldera Sejal and Rajesh Sood Yvonne Russell Sopp ’89 and Kenneth Sopp ’89 Dori McMurtrey and Michael Stary Stephanie and Tommy Tong Leanna and Charles Toups Phuong-Hien and Khan Trinh Wendy Watanabe and Eric Winter Pan-Fey Chen and David Wu Judith Kitano and Michael Yogi Natalie and Michael Ziegler

A N N UA L G I V I N G F R O M CURRENT AND FORMER TRUSTEES 2017-18 Timothy Armour Kenneth Baronsky Joseph Berenato Christine Bucklin David Cannom Philip Chen ’90 William V. Davidson ’63 Lynn Hopton Davis Jared Felt Linda McLoughlin Figel Kathryn Forte Pamela Freer John Fukunaga Kurt Gibbs Theodore Haile Ted Hill Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman ’58

Angela Houle Christopher J. Hutchison Susan McNary Johnson ’65 Richard Learned ’62 Ruth MacFarlane John Miguelez ’81 Todd Mihm Donne Moen Jason Moskowitz John Nendick Lisa Petrie-Schulten Melanie Poturica Allison Quinlan Nicholas Richardson Jennie Nash Robertson Robert Roessler ’40 Lynne Rosenberg ’81

Laura Rosenwald Velveth Schmitz Robert Schuchard ’70 Derald Sidler Chadwick Smith Janice Snyder Wayne Song Betty Field Strauss Saskia Subramanian Brian Sweeney Gregg Tenser John Tettemer ’53 Charles Toups Michael Trapani Paul Westhead ’85 Matthew Wilson Judith Wolstan


A N N UA L G I V I N G F R O M C U R R E N T A N D F O R M E R FA C U LT Y A N D S TA F F 2 0 1 7 - 1 8 Anonymous (3) Vandana Ahluwalia Alicia Akers Erika Amaya Monica Augustyn Richard Babcock Kevin Babuder Josie Bahedry Margaret Bailey Mary Baldovin Maria Ballesta Briana Benson ’98 Carol Bernstein Ann Rosental Biedenweg ’81 and Doug Biedenweg David Bloom Barbara Bowers Julia Brown Jacqueline and Wyatt Cameron Ian Campbell Michelle Carr Michael Cass Penny Chau Julia Cho Yeji Choi Jennifer Chou ’96 Tom Coate Tracy Crosthwait John E. Creeden Leslie Davison Jennifer Dawson Chad Detloff ’04 Jarred Darren DeVaughn-Brown Salvador Diaz Laura Dicovitsky Lindsay Dorman Deborah Dowling Kate Elortegui Victoria Fay Jeff Fellenzer Amelia Ferro Hale Field ’70 Patsy and John Fiske Kathryn Forte Ellie and Robert Fronauer Marla Meine Galloway ’76 Kathleen Goldstein Angela Gong Cheryl and Thomas Goodspeed Virginia Graupner Christe Greco Dillon Hall Marcia Hall Laurie Hanley Erin Hansen Amanda Hartigan Daniel Hatfield

Raena Hawkins ’95 Samantha Henry Marian Hersh Nicholas Herzik ’06 Amy and Ted Hill Cathy and Alan Hill Jolie Hughes Hye Jung Hwang Samantha Inglis Charlton Jackson ’88 Natalie Johnson Stefanie Kawasaki Danielle and Daniel King J.D. King Judy Kisor John Kjenner Kim Kohler Samantha Krasne Jessica Kyle Megan Lamb Maura Large Colleen Lavery Lynne Lawlor Carolyn Leach Zurine Lekuona Deborah Levy Rachel Levy Rosalyn Levy ’06 Susan Litwiller Miguel Lopez Leah Lorenzana Anna Lucier Jianmin Luo Elodie and Robert Lynn Sandra Machnij Deborah MacRunnel Robert Martin Kelly McCabe Megan McEwen Sean McGrath Christopher Meisel Jeffrey Mercer Sebastien Merle Angela Meza Jeffrey Mihovilovich Luis Morales Christina Morse Lisa Nagahori Barbara Najar Kevin Neal ’90 Angie Nevarez Ngoc-An Nguyen Rebecca and Michael Noble Stephen Norberg Erin and Peter Nordlund Victoria O'Driscoll Conor O'Rourke

Mark Pangilinan Erika Peterson Sandra Piercy Bruce Poch Anjela Moore Ponce ’74 Robert Powers Frances Pullara = Lauren and George Ramos Theresa Reyes Christy Armstrong and Rodney Rincon Matthew Risk Ester Rodrigo Diez Vivian Rojas Robert Rule ’76 Tyson Sacco Chelsea Sadaghiani August Sartorius ’72 Sarah Schaffner Constance Schneider Elizabeth Schuh Meagan Segal ’04 Anita Shier Bruton Maximillian Shrem Beth Siller Robert Smith Christina Sommers Andrea Spalding LaToya Stallworth Kari Stewartson Kimberle Straub Jackie Sutton Nina Swan Sandy Swanson Kimberly Tatman Jane Terry Kerry Toolan Bronwyn Towle Stephanie Uchima-Carney ’00 Megan Walker Patrick Wallace Janene Ward Bryan Weaver Jeannette Webber Annie Webster Kathleen Westervelt Lauren White Susan and Mark Wiedenmann Winona Wilhelm Justine and Nigel Williams Jacob Williamson Kindra Windish Judith Wolstan Anne Wong Andy Worrell Catherine Yoon Selina Yu Ryan Zachos

= Deceased

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

45


A N N UA L G I V I N G F R O M PA R E N T S O F A L U M N I 2 0 1 7 - 1 8 Anonymous (2) Jodi and Gerald Agnew Victoria and Jeffrey Allen Sandy and Timothy Armour Monique Arrington Lisa and Kenneth Baronsky Mary Athans-Bartlett and Ronald Bartlett Melanie and Donald Behrens Gail Bilowit Benowitz ’73 and Barry Benowitz Molly and Joseph Berenato Kum Kum and Shalender Bhasin Ann Rosental Biedenweg ’81 and Doug Biedenweg Hale Field ’70 and Bruce Biesman-Simons Nancy Fifer Black ’56 and Donovan Black Kathryn Forte and Lee Blackman Alison and Jeremiah Bogert, Jr. Marjorie Bowen Lucille and Charles Brown Sylvia and Harry Bruni Rena and William Buchanan Christine and Randolph Bucklin 46

Meagan and Donald Burrows Christina Byer Elizabeth and Scott Calfas Karinna and Michael Cassidy Monnie and Eric Castleman Katherine and William Chambers Renita and Richard Chan Cissy Chandler Jenny Li and Andrew Chang Kathleen and Charles Chao Jennifer Chappell Correen and Gregory Chase Jessie and Henry Chen Julie and C. Jim Chen Kristin and Ty Childress Patricia Ching Christine Chui and Vincent Jue Marymae and John Cioffi Anne Carlin and Kevin Civale Jennifer and Douglas Claman Cara and Michael Connelly Nancy Cook

Jamie Shaw and Christopher Cope Mitzi Bowling Cress ’72 and Hobart Cress Jeana Dennis Cullum and David Cullum Sandra and William V. Davidson ’63 Eva and Richard Davis Gail Davis Lynn Hopton Davis and Greg Davis Christine Dillon Jenny and Jeff Ding Jeanette Oka Donley and Patrick Donley Delbara and Lee Dorsey Lori and Stephen Doty Carrie and Mark Elliott Janet Esposito Nancy and Joseph Farlo Mary Jane McCaw-Fidel and Manolito Fidel Linda McLoughlin Figel and Matt Figel Marjorie and Richard Foster Michelle Fouty Norma Fox Ellie and Robert Fronauer Cheryl Shojinaga and John Fukunaga


Marla Meine Galloway ’76 and Michael Galloway Lori and Bob Gay Sharon Davidson Gentry ’61 Stephanie Culver and Victor George Kurt Gibbs Adele and Douglas Gleichman Barbara and Martin Goldberg Kathleen and Richard Goldstein Miryan and Michael Good Stephanie and Scott Goodman Linda and Barry Goy Diana and Paul Greenberg Clare and James Gurbach Ruth and Ted Haile Marcia and James Hall ’64 Laurie Hanley Shannon and Thomas Hartman Ann and George Hartmann Bitte and Michael Healy Deborah Stellar Herzik ’72 and Terrence Herzik Amy and Ted Hill Cathy and Alan Hill Vandna and Rajan Hingorani Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman ’58 and Bruce Hoffman Andrea and Jonathan Hoot Ann and Brian Horner Angela and Andre Houle Karen and Christopher J. Hutchison Joita and Charlton Jackson ’88 Paula and Kory Jackson Nan Karnes Simran and Hemant Kathuria Christine and Michael Kennedy Soonhee and Andrew Kim Shaya and Grant Kirkpatrick Sharman and Andy Knox Vicki and Seth Kogan The Kole Family Lesli and Kanon Koontz Debra and Wallace Kreag Lisa and John Kunesh Sandra and Gary Larsen Lynne Lawlor

Richard Learned ’62 Meg Lenihan Leon Level Monica and Joseph Lewis Julie and Ronald Long Elaine and Jeffrey Lovell Monica and Robert Lucenti Anna and Kevin Lucier Setta and Thomas Lytle Ruth and Roger MacFarlane Cecile and Bryan MacQuarrie Muysean and Peter Madden Gloria and Richard Mahoney Patty and Paul Major Cheryl Heughins and Troy Martin Annette and Robert Mead Barbara and John Menzelos Caro and John Miguelez ’81 Traci and Todd Mihm Jacquelyne and Steven Miller Eve and Benny Mirovski Bette and Donne Moen Wendy and Jason Moskowitz Deanna and Greg Nazarian Richard Neff Janine and John Nendick Serena and John Ngan Rebecca and Michael Noble Katharine and David Okada Leta Parkes Kelly and Richard Parks Pascale and David Poitras Melanie and Frank Poturica Holly Bryan-Powell ’88 and Steve Powell Renee and Franklin Pratto Jennifer Dawson and Phillip Purdom Teresa and Randall Putnam Melinda Wrigley and Mohammed Rawda Rachel and Jason Reisig Jamie and Richard Renslo Pamela and Nicholas Richardson Nina Ritter Lana and Richard Rizika Jennie and Rob Robertson Lynne Rosenberg ’81 Laura and James Rosenwald

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

Ellen and Frank Rosso Carole and David Rowe ’80 Constance Schneider Lisa Petrie-Schulten and Mark Schulten Mona and Shailesh Shah Lori and Kyle Sherman Stephanie and David Siddons Ann and Derald Sidler Monica and Joseph Simpson Corinna and Chadwick Smith Janice and Melvin Snyder Michele and Steven Snyder Yvonne Russell Sopp ’89 and Kenneth Sopp ’89 Cynthia Sterling Phyllis Stone Betty Field Strauss Doris and Gene Sung Pippa Taulli Wendy and John Teng Jane and Robert Terry Michael Thomson Monique and Peter Thorrington Stephanie and Tommy Tong Leanna and Charles Toups Jovan and Michael Trapani Phuong-Hien and Khan Trinh Estela and Ray Uchima Karen Kehle Ulman Maria Venegas and Juan Valle Heidi and Donald Wallace William Wallace Julie and Robert Waller Annie and Bob Webster Jill and Thomas Wheeler Constance and Shaun Williams Denise and Paul Wolf Judith and Barry Wolstan Anne and Christopher Wong ’87 Jean Wong Jean and Joel Woolard Julie and Jackson Yang Judith Kitano and Michael Yogi Michelle Ogle Zak and William Zak Dora and Paul Zhang Natalie and Michael Ziegler Roxanne and Nick Zilmer

47


A N N UA L G I V I N G F R O M G R A N D PA R E N T S 2 0 1 7 - 1 8 Liz and Gene Baldridge Bryce Baldridge ’19 Gregory Barnes Paulina Barnes ’30 Iqbal and Madho Brar Jaiveer Sohi ’21 Ellen Bullock Jonathan Agnew ’93 Jordan Agnew ’10 Jared Agnew ’12 Jack Agnew ’17 James Agnew ’18 Jannell and Stephen Carpenter Noelle Carpenter ’22 Christopher Carpenter ’27 Jessie and Henry Chen Ryan Chen ’23 Calvin Chen ’25 Jonathan Chen ’25 Sean Chen ’27 Kathryn Chen ’29 48

Sue and Ed Cherlin Sammy Levy ’20 Eliza Levy ’22 Jill Collins Joshua Allen ’12 Daniel Allen ’15 Jacob Allen ’18 Nancy Cook Brandon Cook ’24 Heide and Walter Dardenne-Ankringa Nelson Mills ’22 Louise and William Farner Lorelei Burke ’27 Catherine and Harold Finn Madeline Bogert ’15 Natalie Bogert ’18 Debby and Alan Frank Jackson Nordlund ’29 Eugenia Frey C.B. Frey ’19 J.P. Frey ’21 Sharon Davidson Gentry ’61 John Gentry ’16 Grace Gentry ’19 Barbara and Martin Goldberg Asher Goldberg ’26 Jackson Schimmel ’30

Janice and David Harris Luke Harris ’19 Hannah Harris ’21

Daniel Romo Samuel Wheeler ’17 Ruby Wheeler ’20

Glenda and Robert Haynes Ryan Chen ’23 Sean Chen ’27

Ellen and Frank Rosso Alexander Rosso ’19 Thomas Rosso ’24

Pam and Mike Howard Hope Galusha ’22 Graham Galusha ’24

Alice and Katsumi Shojinaga Jennifer Fukunaga ’13 Emma Fukunaga ’20

Sally and Frank Johnson ’47 Ellison Thomas ’06 William Thomas ’08

Eleanor and Joe Simpson Aidan Simpson ’17 Brooke Simpson ’19

Nadine and Robert Kirkpatrick Jack Kirkpatrick ’13 Ryan Kirkpatrick ’16 Allison Kirkpatrick ’18

Betty Field Strauss Bria Biesman-Simons ’08 Catalina Biesman-Simons ’13

Yoshiko and Yoshiro Kuratani Chizu Morihara ’99 Carol and Robert McCrary Olivia McCrary ’21 Owen McCrary ’29 Joanne and Elliott Mercer Dylan Mercer ’23 Joshua Mercer ’23 Carolyn and Don Merritt Jonathan Merkin ’18 Sue and R. Dean Mills Nelson Mills ’22 Michelle and Hangup Moon Eugene Moon ’19 Rhys Moon ’22 Colin Moon ’28 Curren Moon ’30 Barbara and David Perez Owen Foldesy ’25 William Foldesy ’28 Eliot Jane Foldesy ’30 Frances Pullara = Henry Pullara ’22 Joseph Pullara ’23 Margie and Steve Richards Justin Goodman ’14 Megan Goodman ’16 Zachary Goodman ’19 Joshua Goodman ’24 Elena and Julius Rim Steven Song ’20 Sharon Song ’22

Pat and Michael Teichner Samuel Peri ’18 Doris Thomas Devon Dawson ’25 Ronald Thomas Cole Thomas ’21 Kate Thomas ’25 Monique and Peter Thorrington Kai Monaghan ’25 Connor Monaghan ’26 Elle Thorrington ’29 Noa Monaghan ’30 Jovan and Michael Trapani Samantha Zinser ’28 Gail and Ray Vogel Emma Mizrahi-Powell ’16 Laura and Paul Webb Madeleine Wilson ’25 Nicholas Wilson ’28 Leslie Wheeler Samuel Wheeler ’17 Ruby Wheeler ’20 Doris and Dean Williams Marisa McGovern ’20 Jean Wong Jordan Wong ’17 Casey Wong ’20 Mary and Ko Yamaguchi Maryssa Ziegler ’13 Alexis Ziegler ’15 Michael Ziegler ’18 Julie and Jackson Yang Jordan Yang ’19 Harry Lai ’27 Andy Lai ’25


49

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


A N N UA L G I V I N G F R O M A L U M N I 2 0 1 7 - 1 8 For many alumni, gifts to Chadwick are opportunities to pay tribute to the school that has helped them become who they are today. Many also honor classmates and teachers and celebrate reunions and other special milestones with their giving. All alumni giving is directed through the Annual Fund to the Delphinus Operating Fund for Financial Aid, unless otherwise specified by the donor. We are extremely grateful to our alumni whose giving ensures that the Chadwick experience remains consistently exceptional for every student in every year.

Class of 1940 Robert Roessler Class of 1946 Jean Marie Danforth Goos Class of 1947 Frank Johnson

52

Class of 1949 Mary Swift Kline Lyle McNeile Louise Childs Ryan and John Ryan Douglas Shaw Diane Tingle Walker Class of 1951 Laurence Bolton Ralph Pursche Class of 1953 Diane Dutton Jessup John Tettemer Class of 1954 Tiberio Lizza= Class of 1955 James Gerstley Madeleine Vandenbergh Hayes Class of 1956 Joyce Combs Abrams Nancy Fifer Black Jane Davis Douglas Jones Sally Falk Pearce Nancy Proctor Pesman John Sturges Anne Pettit Urrea Class of 1957 Constance Allen Catherine Langston Bergel Susan Scudder Francis William Hamner

Class of 1958 Janice Cosgrove Day Margaret Proctor Dean Susan Loew Greenberg Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman Albert Vogel

Class of 1964 Brookes Hutchinson Brown Morris Disston James Hall John Mel Frank Vandenbergh Rebecca Anderson Zerngast

Class of 1959 Patricia Gillian Maiolo Tamara Durnall Tabak

Class of 1965 Constance Brown Susan McNary Johnson James Perry

Class of 1960 Judith Mathers Carlson Charles Nebesar Vigo Nielsen Class of 1961 Hugh Blackmer Susan Ellis Fletcher Sharon Davidson Gentry Terry Hensley Janette Stillwell Richmond Stephen Spurr Class of 1962 Diana Caden-Grycan Peter Ford Ray Fries Patricia Horan Jennifer Jackson Tina Sinclaire Kroot Richard Learned John Maxham Judy Reynolds Newell and Robert Newell Mary Gebhart Stewart Dennis Thompson Class of 1963 Marc Bozeman Nancy Brandel William V. Davidson Dennis Landis Sheila Prell Sonenshine

Class of 1966 Anonymous (1) Jeff Craig James Danky George Goodwin Ellen Gregson Harbin James Helms Jennifer Katze-Kraus Kimberly Sartorius Mel Patricia Belton Oliver Ann Steiner Robert Wilson Class of 1967 Sanders Feldhorn Lynne LaFleur Class of 1968 James Hall Lyman Ho Class of 1969 Pamela Isherwood French Wendy Morrell Cindy Clark Ruebsamen Class of 1970 A.C. duPont Hale Field Fred Fuld, III Linda Savoy Gillespie Robert Schuchard

Class of 1972 Mitzi Bowling Cress Deborah Stellar Herzik Carol Wood Lustenader August Sartorius Class of 1973 Gail Bilowit Benowitz Class of 1974 Bruce Averbook Melissa Ann Pecharko Anjela Moore Ponce Robin Stratton Rivera Class of 1976 Andrea Henderson Fahnestock Marla Meine Galloway William Haney Robert Rule Vanessa Smith William Wickwire Class of 1977 Steven Barrett Jeffrey Earle Jeffrey Glasser Chani Oppenheim Simeon Prager Ron Rosso Jeanne Lepape Wiener Craig Williams Class of 1978 Wayland Augur Steven Rule Carolyn Schwartz Colleen Tarr-Hulbert Class of 1980 Matthew Hopper David Rowe Mark Wolf


Class of 1981 Ann Rosental Biedenweg John Miguelez Lynne Rosenberg Daphne Sykes Class of 1982 Geoffrey Binney Lynn Mitchell Haselton Glenn Hunter Sharon Stone Ledesma and Roy Ledesma Class of 1983 Laural Boone Daniel Gleason Eric Gonzales Rosanne McGuire Class of 1984 Cerene Macklin Howard Lanita Scott Mark Tretiak Class of 1985 Peter Borden Scott Carpenter Lauren Chandler Melinda Wong Gonzales Carlos Kessaris Paul Silvestre Karen Kehle Ulman Paul Westhead Jeff Zwelling Class of 1986 Steven Foster Jay Majors John Slusher Troy Wilson Class of 1987 Chandler Bootchk Caroline LaLonde Burrell Elizabeth Cannom Fong Tom Hajduk Sherre Zwelling Hirsch Stephanie Dixon Killum Lauren Schwake Kia Rode Westhead Christopher Wong Class of 1988 Holly Bryan-Powell Lisa Burelli John Clyman Scot Cook Hannelore Daniel Christian Fox

Lisa Franz Erin Tuohy Freeman Siobhan Wilson Green Clark Hsu Charlton Jackson Jeff Karnes Jason Mok Elizabeth Walles-Duda Class of 1989 Rachel Rosental Blum Karin Schwindt Klein Henry Mead Yvonne Russell Sopp and Kenneth Sopp Peter Swartz Class of 1990 Philip Chen Phillip Clark JoAnn Giaconi Laura Wertheimer Hatch Andrew Murray Kevin Neal Jason Snyder Brian Suh Class of 1991 Todd Billings Carmen Abramian Burke Damien Goldberg Tracy Lam Gong Lucy Rosental Goodloe Nicholas Kalayjian Felix Lin Christine Cunningham Kunzang and Brian Lui Sylvia Folson Mulvehill Class of 1992 Chris Caras Christiaan Gordon Joshua Klevens Kristin Martin Patricia Cho Ostrowski Cecily Voigts Storey Andrew Werts Elspeth Wise Class of 1993 Eric Briggs Dylan Brown Bryan Gieszl Regina Mahoney Lorenzo Dandi Cress O’Connor Leslie Parker Briana Pullen Khristopher Reichel Daniel Saket

Class of 1994 Sean Amberg Danielle Bove-LaMonica Lindsey Higginbotham Buttles Natalie Karas Ivankovich Sean Kennedy Jorge Luna Taryn MacFarlane Kushan Moonesinghe Gregory Morse Courtney Higginbotham Pettit Krista Schnabel Stephen Shih Class of 1995 Theodore Chung Devan Cress Benjamin Davidson Holly Snyder Feller Tara Goldberg Klein Aileen Level Sarah Parsa Nguyen Sarah Lim Ro Laurie Snyder-Berkowitz Ricco Washington Michele Trapani Zinser Class of 1996 Edward Chen Reuben Chen Jennifer Chou Nancy Chou Armand Dawkins Grant Littman Natalie Williams Strong Noelle Colich Tydlaska Class of 1997 Sunny Chen Beutler Steven Griswold MacAllistre Henry Courtney Davis Murphy Stacey Ammons Shane Class of 1998 Briana Benson Sarah Hanley DeVito Patrick Inglis Karlie Kreag Zakir Rangwala Krista Jensen Thorrington and John Thorrington Class of 1999 Benjamin Chen Seema Agarwal Dhir Miranda Santiago Omar Shamout

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

Class of 2000 Eric Cheng Gbenoba Idah Moeie Kreag Jennifer Luk Ryan McClendon Stephanie Uchima-Carney Class of 2001 Anonymous (1) Nikolas Healy Class of 2002 Andrew Easton Amanda Link Garry Jessica Hanley Senn Maureen Taylor Kristen Shultz Thompson Class of 2003 Samatha Nadella and David Cohen Zachary Cramer Bret Hammer Andrew Herzik Melina Marmarelis Class of 2004 Liana Austin Braden Bohlinger Jessica Colman Carlson and Nathan Carlson Ara Cho Chad Detloff Justin Hayase Julie Byren Kent Michael Klopfer Nicole Krauthamer Meagan Segal Anne Gorman Ziegler Class of 2005 Shane Blackman John DeCarlo Alex Lovell Riki McDermott Swindler Jason Wang Class of 2006 Kendall Anthony Britney Scannell Bohlinger David Byren Jordan Chafetz Falen Demsas Ellika Healy Nicholas Herzik John Lane Rosalyn Levy Fred Lin Christopher Reed

53


A N N UA L G I V I N G F RO M A L U M N I 2 0 1 7 - 1 8

DECADE D OLPHIN CLUB The Decade Dolphin Club gives special recognition to Chadwick School’s young alumni for their generosity in support of the 2017-18 Annual Fund and Delphinus Operating Fund for Financial Aid. We thank the members of these classes of 2007-2017 listed below for their early philanthropic commitment to Chadwick.

Class of 2007 Jessica Garland Daley Katherine Edmondson Samantha Go Bradley Head Tyler Kantor Jessica MacFarlane Peter Madden Donald Rowe David Schultz

54

Class of 2008 Jeffrey Berry Austin Chafetz Crystal Coser Erik Geffner-Mihlsten Nolan Maier Zoe Nageotte Ashley Nendick Takanori Ohkubo David Phinney Tracy Sidler Danielle Munroe Villanueva Class of 2009 Damaris Garcia Camille Hamilton Aaron Lee Michael Madden Kiahna Manker Bijan Rizi Scott Rodilitz Adelaide Rowe Ashley Shaw Class of 2010 Justin Boisvert Kurt Buchbinder Lucas Cartwright Caroline Edmondson Sara Figel

Elizabeth Gale Brian Head Isabella Hsu Lena Kelly Madeline Kidd Louis LeMesurier Christina Lockett Carlyn Robertson Jason Toups Katherine Woolard Austen Wright Ashlin Yu Class of 2011 Abigail Bush Rachel Carpenter Conor Dawson David Garcia Ryan Halvorsen Molly Heller Nicole Hutchison Nicole Jamgotchian Nicole Kelly Harrison Kidd Michael Kogan Sarah Lindstedt Ruby McFarland Caroline Miguelez Israel Mora Morgan Peterson Berton Phinney Madison Webster Class of 2012 Alexa Aranjo Zachary Blickensderfer Shelby Crawford Erin Figel Danielle Fouty Zachary Goodman Nicholas Hanley

Sonum Hingorani Andrew Knox Emmett McKinney Elizabeth Powers Natalie Shuck James Simmons Madelyn Tournat Walter Trumbull Jayne Woolard Class of 2013 Cameron Chafetz Colette deBeus Anthony Fadil Jennifer Fukunaga Sarah Gurbach Monica Haase Evan Hamilton Imani Ingram Krista Jamgotchian Catherine Kurtz Sarah Lucenti Jordan Lucier Grace Memmo Jiyon Moon Emily Newton Austen Peterson Jacob Radeski Molly Rowe Samantha Speroni Nicole Stein Chase Tecimer Hailey Waller Austin Welch Tyler Young Class of 2014 Sara Baronsky Megan Calfas David Harris Taylor Jackson

Alexander Kogan Dylan Morrissey Emily Robertson Susan Wang Class of 2015 Kurtis Bingemann Ellen Furgis Jack Hill Meghan Kennedy Jordan Long Connor Lucier Emily MacQuarrie Alexander Nanji Ekaterina Smith Gregory Sumen Andrew Trinh Class of 2016 Rachel Asher Elena Bartlett Laurel Behrens Courtney Bond Kyle Civale Tara Doty David Figel Andrew Piazza Nicholas Thomson Class of 2017 Sarah Beshke Harrison Bruni Monique Childress Devin Codon Harrison Freni Ryan Kennedy Hunter Koontz Arianna Menzelos Vikash Mody Ryan Trinh Brandon Winner Jordan Wong


ALUMNI BLUE AND WHITE CLUB 2017-18 The Alumni Blue and White Club recognizes all alumni with annual giving of $1,000 or more to the 2017-18 Annual Fund.

Anonymous (1) Sunny Chen Beutler ’97

Nicholas Kalayjian ’91 Tara Goldberg Klein ’95

Nancy Fifer Black ’56

Joshua Klevens ’92

Laurence Bolton ’51

Dennis Landis ’63

Chandler Bootchk ’87

John Miguelez ’81

Peter Borden ’85 Caroline LaLonde Burrell ’87 Edward Chen ’96 Philip Chen ’90 Reuben Chen ’96 John Clyman ’88 Scot Cook ’88 William V. Davidson ’63 Seema Agarwal Dhir ’99 Jeffrey Earle ’77 Andrea Henderson Fahnestock ’76 Hale Field ’70 Amanda Link Garry ’02

Gregory Morse ’94 Kevin Neal ’90 Vigo Nielsen ’60 Anjela Moore Ponce ’74 Lynne Rosenberg ’81 Ron Rosso ’77 Robert Schuchard ’70 Lauren Schwake ’87 Brian Suh ’90 Peter Swartz ’89 Dennis Thompson ’62 Krista Jensen Thorrington ’98 and John Thorrington ’98 Kia Rode Westhead ’87 and Paul Westhead ’85

Damien Goldberg ’91

William Wickwire ’76

Christiaan Gordon ’92

Craig Williams ’77

Laura Wertheimer Hatch ’90 Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman ’58

Christopher Wong ’87 Michele Trapani Zinser ’95

Clark Hsu ’88

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

55


OTHER GIFTS 2017-18 PHILANTHROPIC PARTNERS 2017-18

GIFTS IN KIND 2017-18

During 2017-18, Chadwick was the fortunate recipient of $109,116 in matching funds from 24 companies. We thank the following companies — and their employees whose gifts were matched — for their generosity in support of Chadwick.

Chadwick School occasionally welcomes donations of tangible items related to educational programs. Development Office staff members are available to help you determine if the item or items you wish to donate can fulfill a need at the school. Donors should determine gift value through appraisal or a record-of-purchase.

Agron, Inc./Adidas Outdoor Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. American Honda Motor Company, Inc. Ameriprise Financial, Inc. BNY Mellon Boeing Aerospace Company The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Cisco Systems Foundation 56

Colony Northstar Advisors, LLC Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program IBM Corporation Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Morgan Stanley Matching Gifts Program The Northrop Grumman Foundation Northwestern Mutual Life Foundation Raytheon Matching Gifts for Education Program Sanofi U.S. Services, Inc. Shell Oil Company Foundation Siena Healthcare Solutions, LLC Sony Pictures Entertainment Matching Gifts Program UnitedHealth Group The Walt Disney Company Foundation Warner Brothers Wells Fargo Foundation

We thank the following people who donated gifts in kind in 2017-18. Ramandeep Brar Catherine and Gary Hobart Carolyn Leach Wendy and Jason Moskowitz Robert Rule ’76


TRIBUTE GIFTS 2017-18 Each year at Chadwick School, many people make gifts in recognition of loved ones and friends. Listed below are people who made gifts in 2017-18 in memory or in honor of specific individuals. In Honor of Sophia Cassidy ’18 The Cassidy Family In Memory of Virginia Chadwick Tiberio Lizza ’54= In Memory of Brian Coomans Graciela Velazquez In Honor of J.D. DeVaughn-Brown Noelle Merritt and Art Merkin In Memory of Vincent Esposito Janet Esposito In Memory of Brian Fuld ’72 Fred Fuld, III ’70 In Memory of Michael Harris ’90 JoAnn Giaconi ’90 In Honor of Amy Hill Jie Li ’18 Noelle Merritt and Art Merkin In Memory of David L. Hutchinson ’61 Hugh Blackmer ’61 Brookes Hutchinson Brown ’64 James Manshardt ’61 In Memory of Christopher R. Knight ’77 Chani Oppenheim ’77 In Memory of Major Langer Natalie Williams Strong ’96 In Memory of Joan and Paul G. Lee Susan McNary Johnson ’65 Judy Reynolds Newell ’62 and Robert Newell ’62 In Memory of Jeffrey Lepape ’77 Jeffrey Earle ’77 Jeffrey Glasser ’77 Marilyn Lepape Daniela and Ron Rosso ’77 Jeanne Lepape Wiener ’77

In Memory of Max Lyon Christine Cunningham Kunzang ’91 and Brian Lui ’91 In Honor of Claire Mihm ’17 and Catherine Mihm ’18 Traci and Todd Mihm In Honor of Erin Nordlund Hien and Khan Trinh In Honor of Peter Nordlund Hien and Khan Trinh In Memory of Michele Norlin Phuong-Hien and Khan Trinh In Honor of Maria Pacifico ’18 Maria Rosa Cursage and Adriana Ruggio In Memory of Nettie Prager Simeon Prager ’77 In Memory of Frances A. Pullara Benjamin Chen ’99 Laurie Hanley Jennifer Dawson and Phillip Purdom Jane and Robert Terry Jason Wang ’05 In Memory of Gladys and Frank Quinlin James Manshardt ’61 In Honor of George Ramos Noelle Merritt and Art Merkin Hien and Khan Trinh In Honor of Lauren Ramos Hien and Khan Trinh In Memory of Cecilia Rauch ’59 Dudley Rauch In Memory of Sibylle Roessler Robert Roessler ’40

In Memory of Kathy Thomson Anonymous (1) Accenture Katrina and Jose Bacallao Conan Barker Lisa and Kenneth Baronsky Mary Athans-Bartlett and Ronald Bartlett Melanie and Donald Behrens Meagan and Donald Burrows Elizabeth and Scott Calfas Eva and Richard Davis Kristi and John Frey Rhonda and Robert Gillingham Sandra Goldsmith Billie Greer Jennifer and Greg Harris Kristin Keifer Shaya and Grant Kirkpatrick Michelle Knipprath The Kole Family Bernice and Randall Lake Nikki and Neil Lennertz Jason Mann Jess Marino D. Machele McNeil Darren Nojima Suzanne Packer Monica and Joseph Simpson Pippa Taulli Emily Breckenridge and Terence Tchen Craig Thomson Michael Thomson Nicholas Thomson ’16 Danita and David White Denise and Paul Wolf In Honor of Connor Toups ’18 Lenny and Charles Toups In Honor of Patrick Wallace Noelle Merritt and Art Merkin In Honor of Mark Wiedenmann Hien and Khan Trinh

In Memory of Libby Lieberman Henry Mead ’89

In Honor of Lynne R. Rosenberg ’81 Vicki and Seth Kogan

In Memory of Scott Winslow ’90 Colleen Slattery and Philip Chen ’90 Nancy and Kevin Neal ’90 Nicholas Winslow

In Honor of Luke Johnson Sullivan Automotive Group LLC

In Memory of David Saltzman ’85 Robecca and Michael Noble

In Honor of Amy Zhou ’18 Wenfei Feng and Wensheng Zhou

= Deceased

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

57


ENDOWMENT FUNDS 2017-18 TOTAL ENDOWMENT:

$31,958,541

58

Endowment funds are financial assets that generate income through effective investment of the principal. Portions of this income are used to relieve the operating budget, and, when substantial enough, to help minimize tuition increases. Contributions may be made to existing funds, or new funds may be established through major gifts. Endowment funds are frequently established to honor or remember someone of significance to the school. We are especially grateful to those donors who have established the endowment funds that provide security for our future.

TOTAL ENDOWMENT FUNDS – FIVE -YEAR SUMMARY 2017-18

$31,958,541

2016-17

$29,983,495

2015-16

$27,523,415

2014-15

$28,792,935

2013-14

$24,243,679


Legacy Advancing the Chadwick vision for future generations.


CHADWICK GENERAL ENDOWMENT FUND TOTAL $23,616,953 GENERAL ENDOWMENT Fund Balance: $20,923,624 Established: 1971 By: Sale of land For: Financial aid to students and for specific needs within the operating budget Chadwick’s endowment was greatly enhanced by a significant bequest from the Frances Johnson Estate Trust, named for the mother of Frank Johnson ’47 and Jacqueline Johnson Kehle ’56; grandmother of Kristen Kehle ’83, Karen Kehle Ulman and Kim Johnson Thomas; and great-grandmother of Kevin Ulman ’12, Kyle Ulman ’15, Ashley Nelson ’08, Tyler Nelson ’11, Ellison Thomas ’06 and William Thomas ’08. We continue to be grateful for the generosity of the Johnson Family and the far-sightedness of their gift, which benefits hundreds of students year after year. CENTER FOR ETHICAL, GLOBAL LEADERSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND Fund Balance: $1,000,000 Established: 2018 By: Ruth and Roger MacFarlane For: To provide programmatic support to the Center for Ethical, Global Leadership 2017-18 Donors The Tambour Foundation

60

CHADWICK ALUMNI ENDOWMENT FUND Fund Balance: $472,401 Established: 2010 By: Kia Rode Westhead ’87 and Paul Westhead ’85 For: To provide annual support for the school’s highest priorities as established by the Headmaster DAVID CANNOM TRUSTEE FUND Fund Balance: $267,206 Established: 1996 at the retirement of longtime trustee David Cannom as a means of honoring his service and the service of all retiring trustees By: The Board of Trustees in honor of David Cannom and all retired trustees For: Use at the Headmaster’s discretion, primarily for financial aid

2017-18 Donors Kathryn Forte and Lee Blackman Colleen Slattery and Philip Chen ’90 Linda McLoughlin Figel and Matt Figel Pamela and Randy Freer Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman ’58 and Bruce Hoffman Ruth and Roger MacFarlane Bette and Donne Moen Allison and Bret Quinlan Pamela and Nicholas Richardson Jennie and Rob Robertson Lynne Rosenberg ’81 Velveth and Charles Schmitz Ann and Derald Sidler Janice and Melvin Snyder Grace and Wayne Song Eva and Brian Sweeney Kia Rode Westhead ’87 and Paul Westhead ’85 Judith and Barry Wolstan


JOHN FISKE ENDOWMENT FUND Fund Balance: $533,255 Established: 2008 By: Members of the Chadwick Community on the occasion of John Fiske’s retirement after 31 years of service to the school For: Enhancement of programs to which John is particularly dedicated including outdoor education, the Middle School, financial aid and the golf team

2017-18 Donors Benjamin Chen ’99 Colleen Slattery and Philip Chen ’90

SAMUEL H. SCRIPPS ’46 Technical Production Center Fund Balance: $136,397 Established: 2004 By: Sam Scripps ’46 For: Upgrades and ongoing maintenance to the technical system of the Geoffrey Alan Laverty Center for the Performing Arts SEELEY MUDD/LEAVENWORTH LIBRARY ENDOWMENT Fund Balance: $284,067 Established: 1981 By: William T. Pascoe III For: Maintenance of the Seeley Mudd Science Building and the Leavenworth Library Learning Center 61

FACULTY ENDOWMENT FUND TOTAL $621,699 PASCOE TEACHER FELLOW FUND Fund Balance: $494,900 Established: 1979 By: William T. Pascoe III in honor of his father For: Faculty and staff professional development SENIORS’ FACULTY RECOGNITION FUND Fund Balance: $126,798 Established: 1994 By: Parents of the Class of 1994 For: Increasing the school’s endowment and paying tribute to faculty and staff 2017-18 Donors Lisa and Randall Bort Karinna and Michael Cassidy Wensheng Zhou and Wenfei Feng Mi Mao and Yaping He JianYan Du and LinHua Li Noelle Merritt and Arthur Merkin Traci and Todd Mihm Maria Cursage and Adriana Ruggio Dori McMurtrey and Michael Stary Leanna and Charles Toups Phuong-Hien and Khan Trinh

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


FINANCIAL AID ENDOWMENT FUND TOTAL $7,719,889 ADKINS SCHOLARSHIP FUND Fund Balance: $151,269 Established: 1988 By: The estate of Evelyn Adkins For: Financial aid THE BILL J. BRYANT MEMORIAL FUND Fund Balance: $116,527 Established: 1996-97 By: The Bryant family in memory of former parent Steven Bryant’s father For: Supplementary financial aid for needs beyond tuition THE BINA MANDAL ENDOWMENT FUND Fund Balance: $113,356 Established: 2004 By: Mina and Ashis Mandal in memory of Bina Mandal, mother of Aloke Mandal ’81 For: An annual award to recognize outstanding swimmer-scholars and to provide financial aid for students in grades 9-12 CPA FINANCIAL AID ENDOWMENT FUND FOR FACULTY AND STAFF FAMILIES Fund Balance: $236,189 Established: 2017 By: The 2016-17 Chadwick Parents Association For: Financial aid for faculty and staff families 62

2017-18 Donors Noelle Merritt and Arthur Merkin CHADWICK SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION FUND Fund Balance: $575,254 Established: 1971 By: Ann and John McDonnell For: Financial aid THE DELPHINUS ENDOWMENT FUND FOR FINANCIAL AID Fund Balance: $225,875 Established: 2 013 By: A committee of Chadwick parents, alumni, trustees, faculty and staff For: Enhance and strengthen the entire Chadwick community by increasing the tuition assistance available for extraordinary students, grades K-12 2017-18 Donors Martha and Faustino Bernadett Caroline and Glen Payne Allison and Bret Quinlan Jane and Robert Terry Graciela Velazquez THE EDWARD E. FORD FOUNDATION FUND Endowment in Honor of Virginia “Gin” Chadwick Fund Balance: $138,620 Established: 2004 By: Members of the Chadwick Community who contributed funds in honor of Gin Chadwick to earn a challenge grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation For: Financial aid for students in grades 9-12 THE IVY AND GEORGE KAISER AND MATTHEW F. WILHELM ’96 FUND Fund Balance: $99,605 Established: 2004 By: Ivy and George Kaiser For: Financial aid for Middle School and Upper School students whose family income is in the lowest quartile of Chadwick families


JEFFREY LEPAPE ’77 FINANCIAL AID FUND Fund Balance: $279,181 Established: 1988 By: Family and friends in memory of Jeff Lepape ’77 For: Financial aid 2017-18 Donors Jeffrey Earle ’77 Jeffrey Glasser ’77 Marilyn Lepape Jeanne Lepape Wiener ’77 LYON-MUEGGLER MEMORIAL FUND Fund Balance: $86,010 Established: 1997 By: Alumni parent Jan Moulton and alumni Mark Westerfield ’95 and Lynne Westerfield ’96 in memory of Outdoor Education Director Max Lyon and Assistant Director Karl Mueggler For: Support of Lyon-Mueggler Trip Scholarships 2017-18 Donors Benjamin Chen ’99 MACFARLANE LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP FUND Fund Balance: $2,652,541 Established: 2007 By: Ruth and Roger MacFarlane For: Financial aid for promising students entering ninth grade to develop their leadership potential 2017-18 Donors The Tambour Foundation MACFARLANE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FUND Fund Balance: $500,000 Established: 2018 By: Ruth and Roger MacFarlane For: To provide financial assistance for leadership development opportunities for MacFarlane Leadership Scholars 2017-18 Donors The Tambour Foundation MALONE FAMILY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND Fund Balance: $2,139,464 Established: 2003 By: The Malone Family Foundation For: Financial aid for gifted students in grades 7-12 with demonstrated financial need MATTHEW J. WHITCOMB “RISE UP” ENDOWMENT FUND Fund Balance: $240,510 Established: 2017 By: Matthew J. Whitcomb For: Financial aid to cover tuition costs and provide life-changing opportunities for promising student athletes who have substantial financial need, and who otherwise could not afford to attend Chadwick School and benefit from the excellence in academics, character forming experiences and co-curricular activities 2017-18 Donors Matthew J. Whitcomb SAM JAMOT BROWN ’47 ENDOWMENT FUND FOR FINANCIAL AID Fund Balance: $165,483 Established: 2005 By: The Brown Family Foundation For: Financial aid for new students

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

63


FRANCES J. AND FRANK L. JOHNSON LEGACY SOCIETY Many people have already made the decision to include Chadwick School in their family’s estate plans. Why? For some, it’s the lifelong memories built while spending time on the Chadwick campus. For others, it’s the desire to ensure that the Chadwick legacy remains strong for future generations. Regardless of the reason, the benefits of making a planned gift and thereby joining the Johnson Legacy Society remain the same: a strong financial future for Chadwick and significant tax benefits for the donor and his or her family.

JOHNSON LEGACY SO CIET Y MEMBERS

64

Anonymous (6) Estate of Evelyn Adkins Estate of Rainer Arnhold ’42 Estate of Gloria and William Bayzerman Nancy Fifer Black ’56 Tim Casey ’60 Estate of Alice Virginia Chadwick Blair and Anthony Contratto Charles Crawford ’46 Sandra and William V. Davidson ’63 Estate of Sigrid Arnhold Edwards Andrea Henderson Fahnestock ’76 Kathryn Forte Karin and Robert Fuire Cheryl Shojinaga and John Fukunaga Michael Gleason George Goodwin ’66 Gretchen and James Greene Kaaren Ingebretsen Hoffman ’58 and Bruce Hoffman Heidi Lipman Huchberger ’60 Karen and Christopher J. Hutchison Estate of Dorothy and James Ingebretsen Frances Jamison Johnson Charitable Lead Trust Douglas Jones ’56 Randy Kiyabu ’77 Stephanie and Brewster Knight Roger Laverty Richard Learned ’62 Constance Lee Nikki and Neil Lennertz Marilyn and Harry Lepape Estate of Jeanne Quinlin Lilley ’47 Bette and Donne Moen Estate of Bonnie Joy Morse ’59 Estate of Bruce Padway ’59 Caroline and Glen Payne Melanie and Frank Poturica Frances Pullara = Lynne Rosenberg ’81 Robert Schuchard ’70 DeDe Norman Schumann ’63 Ann Steiner ’66 Betty Field Strauss Erica and Tony Vickers

= Deceased


65

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


K A R I N & RO B E RT F U I R E Johnson Legacy Society Members

66


Preparing Global Citizens A FA M I L Y ’ S E F F O R T T O G I V E B A C K A N D L O O K F O R WA R D

Karin and Robert Fuire have first-hand experience in the evolution of our global society. Both have worked abroad, and Robert’s consultancy work includes several global clients. As their daughter, Elizabeth, entered preschool, the Fuires began exploring school options. The local public schools felt too large, and, through friends, they were aware of Chadwick’s high-quality reputation. They enrolled Elizabeth for her kindergarten year, and she has loved Chadwick from day one. In fact, Karin remembers “the big smile on Elizabeth’s face as she boarded the bus on her first day of school!” Karin and Robert appreciate the small, tight-knit community at Chadwick as well as the diversity of offerings provided by the school. For Karin, she wanted to be a very involved volunteer and, through the years, Chadwick has benefited from her leadership and generosity. Her volunteer journey began with Friends of the Library while Elizabeth was in the Village School. That led to running the Book Fair two years in a row and two separate tenures as Friends of the Library President. Karin also served as a Chadwick Parents Association Room Parent, a Middle School parent representative, the CPA Historian and the organizer of the annual CPA Spring Event. In the fifth grade, Elizabeth discovered her passion for performing, and Karin turned her volunteer leadership to the Limelighters, where she serves as

President for the 2018-19 academic year. Elizabeth has appeared in several Chadwick musicals, including “Xanadu,” “Shrek the Musical, Jr.” and “Peter Pan.” She also had the role of Anton/Storyteller in the 2018 high-school premiere of “A Monster Calls” and is part of the Spring 2019 Upper School musical, “Mamma Mia.” Because of Chadwick’s many offerings, Elizabeth is a comfortable and confident traveler. Over the years, she developed key strengths and skills through the Outdoor Education program and looks forward to the three-week backpacking expedition in her senior year. In addition, as a seventh-grader, she participated in the Junior Model United Nations conference in Hong Kong, which also included a short excursion to Chadwick International in Songdo, South Korea. The Fuires have also given back to the global community by hosting exchange students from Germany and Spain. The Fuires said the school has played a big part in shaping Elizabeth into the person she is today. In particular, Chadwick’s faculty and advisors have always been there for Elizabeth and her family. Once the Fuires saw how much they, as a family, received from Chadwick, adding Chadwick to their estate plans seemed like an excellent way to carry on their connection to the school. According to Karin, “It is important for us to help continue Chadwick’s excellent program for future generations to enjoy.”

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report

67


Ninth Annual Chadwick School Golf Tournament The Ninth Annual Chadwick School Golf Tournament was a resounding success! We were delighted to welcome more than 150 guests including our 134 golfers — comprised of Chadwick students, parents, alumni, past parents and friends — for a wonderful day of sport, friendship and community. In addition, the event raised over $100,000, including $81,000 in support of a redesign and refurbishment of the Leavenworth Library Learning Center, at the tournament’s “Fund-a-Need” live auction. Finally, we would like to thank this year’s tournament co-chairs, Trent Westernoff and Matt Wilson, and the following golf committee members for their dedicated leadership that made the event such a wonderful success!

68

GOLF COMMITTEE 2017 Trent Westernoff, Co-Chair Matthew Wilson, Co-Chair

Joe Barnes Ken Baronsky Ian Eddleston Victor George Damien Goldberg Greg Harris Van Hess Gary Hobart Brian Horner Jeffrey Hughes Ramin Javahery Bryan Johnson Adam Joiner Ryan McCarthy Glen Payne Bret Quinlan Kevin Scott Kevin Smith Andy Spielberger Jeff Warren Brian Zaumeyer


With Gratitude to Chadwick Alumni for Outstanding Support in 2017-18 In a 1962 letter to alumni, Chadwick School’s founder Margaret Lee Chadwick wrote: “Each of you has left an indelible imprint upon the school. You have been a part of the sound, healthy growth of Chadwick. And upon you rests the future of Chadwick.” Some 56 years later, these words still ring true, and we are forever grateful to our alumni for taking them to heart. In 2017-18, we saw a terrific surge in alumni giving, with participation increasing from 7 percent to 12 percent participation. We were especially excited to welcome 87 first-time alumni donors this year. In addition, dollars raised from alumni donors are up 15 percent! Much of our alumni support this year came in response to Chadwick’s first-ever Alumni Day of Giving. Alumni truly answered the call on this day and helped earn a challenge gift of $5,000 to support financial aid. All alumni giving is directed through the Annual Fund to the Delphinus Operating Fund for Financial Aid, unless otherwise specified by the donor. We are extremely grateful to our alumni whose giving ensures that the Chadwick experience remains consistently exceptional for every student in every year. Thank you for being #allinforchadwick!

69

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


Support A family of parents lifts our community.


PA R E N T O R G A N I Z AT I O N S

Forever Family.

71

Chadwick parent volunteers are an irreplaceable part of the school’s daily life. On any given day, members can be found on campus, whether working in Leavenworth Library, transporting community service student volunteers, leading Spirit Day celebrations, planning events or cheering on student actors and musicians. They also support the school financially through their many successful fundraising events and programs. Thank you to all of our Chadwick Parents Association, Friends of the Library, Dolphin Booster Club and Limelighters members for all you do to create a welcoming and dynamic experience for our students and families.

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


Chadwick Parents Association 2017-18 The Chadwick Parents Association (CPA) is an organization made up of all parents of Chadwick students. Its purpose is, broadly, to support the school and the school community. The CPA coordinates Village Room Parents and Middle and Upper School Parent Representatives, supports parents and families by helping parents become better acquainted, raises funds to support school programs, and helps foster and improve communications between parents and the school. The CPA organizes myriad events and activities throughout the grade levels and the school. Numerous volunteers donate thousands of hours to enhance the Chadwick experience for all students through the CPA.

72

Thanks to their fundraising efforts, the CPA donated $265,000 to Chadwick in 2017-18. These funds were given to support a major redesign and refurbishment of Chadwick’s Leavenworth Library Learning Center. We are truly appreciative of the Chadwick Parents Association for this and all the ways it strengthens our school community.

2 0 1 7 - 1 8 C PA B O A R D O F D I R E C T O R S President Anne Severns President-Elect Nancy Hodgkiss Director of Ways and Means Caroline Payne Director of Ways and Means Co-Chairs-Elect Kristen Van Cott Ellie Handler Secretary Denise Mester Secretary-Elect Stephanie Siddons Treasurer John Steele Treasurer-Elect Jay Lee

Scrip Co-Chairs Devon Foldesy Tracy Lawrence Scrip Co-Chairs-Elect Esmeralda Cook Tom Mooney Hospitality Chair Denise Wolf Hospitality Chair-Elect Bryn Zbyszewski Upper School Chair Jeamel Hui-Bon-Hoa Upper School Chair-Elect Lisa Nagahori Middle School Chair Lori Doty Middle School Chair-Elect Elisa Amaral Village School K-3 Chair Alexis Milestone Village School K-3 Chair-Elect Liz Satterthwaite Village School 4-6 Chair Jenny Saket Village School 4-6 Chair-Elect Priya Desai Programs Support Chair Patrice Harmon Programs Support Chair-Elect Ilonka von Lippke de Maxson Parliamentarian Kristine Suh Advisor Grace Song


CPA Spring Event 2017-18 Dinner and Auction Hundreds of Chadwick community members “Traveled the World� together at the Chadwick Parents Association Spring Event fundraiser. Volunteers, led by Ways and Means Chair Caroline Payne, transformed the Manhattan Country Club into a posh flight lounge and treated guests to a festive evening of travel adventures, dining and dancing.

73

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


Chadwick Booster Club 2017-18 The Booster Club’s purpose is to support and promote the athletic objectives and programs of Chadwick School, including sports teams in the Middle and Upper Schools and physical education in the Village School. Throughout the year, the Booster Club promotes attendance at all sporting events, recruits sports representatives for every team, organizes “spirit days,” sells spirit wear, and hosts the annual Chili Cook-off. In addition to raising school spirit, the Booster Club also raises funds to support Chadwick’s athletic programs. This year, the Booster Club gave over $6,000 in gifts to the Athletic Department. They provided the funds for a customized mat outside Pascoe Pavilion to protect the gym floor, and contributed to the purchase of a new and improved Chadwick Dolphin Mascot suit. In addition, the Booster Club provided funds for two All School Spirit Days, Spirit Days for every Upper School sport, three Middle School Spirit Days, a smoothie station for the Village School students, and an Athletic Open House. Chadwick School gratefully acknowledges the Booster Club for its tireless work on behalf of school athletics and team sports. C HA DW IC K D OL PH I N B O O ST E R C LU B B OARD OF DIRECTORS 2017-18

President Kristin Childress 74

Treasurer Stacey Peterson Secretary Stewart Bogen Merchandise Co-Chairs Calisse Lindsey Abby Radmilovich Jamie Mainvielle Snack Shack Coordinator Roxi Zilmer Blue & White Barbecue Chair Lauren Breus Middle School Spirit Representative Laura Keating Village School Spirit Representative Stephanie Goodman Member at Large Roy Glantz


Friends of the Library 2017-18 Friends of the Library (FOL) seeks to enhance the education of all Chadwick students by funding the library’s programs and augmenting library and teacher resources. In addition to providing financial resources, FOL members sponsor visiting authors and illustrators, manage the school wide “Book Talk” programs, organize and manage the Village School PALs library volunteers program, work with the Community Service program on literacy projects and organize the keenly anticipated Chadwick Book Fair each year. They give countless volunteer hours each year to support and enhance library and literacy programs in Grades K-12. In 2017-18, the Friends of the Library funded supplemental instructional materials for classrooms, provided reading copies of books for book clubs, added volumes to library collections and funded FOL’s outstanding visiting author series. In addition, FOL partnered with the CPA and Golf Tournament Committee to fund significant refurbishment and upgrades to the Middle and Upper School areas of the Leavenworth Library Learning Center. Chadwick gratefully acknowledges the Friends of the Library for their support of the school and its library programs. C HA DW IC K F R I E N D S OF T H E L I B R A RY B OARD OF DIRECTORS 2017-18

President

Saskia Subramanian

President-Elect

Terri Burke

Treasurer

Eden Warner

Secretary

Lin Chen

Laura Keating and Abby Radmilovich

Membership Co-Chairs

75

Communications

Bryn Zbyszewski

Book Talks Co-Chairs

Liz Satterthwaite and Connie Spielberger

D&A Co-Chairs

Tonya Esparza and Nazly Westernoff Devon Foldesy and Traci Quigley

Book Fair Co-Chairs

Book Fair Co-Chairs Elect

Nazanin Kaviani and Joumana Underwood

Visiting Authors Co-Chairs

Laura Armour and Jen Borden

PALs Chair

Birthday Books

Denise Briggs Lisa Nagahori

Advisor

Nancy Hodgkiss

Upper School Librarian

Robert Smith

Middle School Librarian

Maura Large

Village School Librarian

Megan Walker

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


Chadwick Performing Arts Limelighters 2017-18 LIMELIGHTERS 2017-18 B OARD OF DIRECTORS

The Chadwick Performing Arts Limelighters support Chadwick theater, choral and instrumental music, dance and improvisational theater for grades K-12. From helping to bring visiting artists to campus and raising funds, to ushering at performances and feeding hungry performers, Limelighters volunteers work tirelessly to promote the shared joy of the arts to all Chadwick students and families. In 2017-18, the Limelighters gifted $10,090 to Chadwick School for a variety of performing arts enhancements including new drama cubes, music stands, a machine console for music composition, a portable keyboard and stand, yoga rollers, a soprano metallophone, a viola, a rolling travel trunk, a video monitor for the lobby, a tool box, an audio system for the black box theater and other furnishings. We gratefully acknowledge all of the Limelighters members for their generous support of the performing arts at Chadwick. 76

President Shelly Zak President-Elect Karin Fuire Treasurer Stephanie Goodman Treasurer-Elect Anne Wong Secretary Maggie Heisler Special Events Chair Nikki Lennertz Special Events Chair-Elect Lori Doty Membership Chair Joy Milan Volunteer Coordinator Chair Elisa Yoo Village Liaison Stephanie Culver Performing Arts Rep-Choral Nimia Del Rosario Performing Arts Rep-Dance Kari Doody Performing Arts Rep-Orchestra Martha Gilabert Performing Arts Rep-Theater Wendy Watanabe Winter Performing Arts Rep-Elect-Theater Marta Rhodes Advisor Bridgette de Gyarfas


About Your 2017-18 Annual Report On behalf of the students and teachers who benefit so richly, we gratefully acknowledge the many parents, grandparents, alumni, parents of alumni, trustees, current and former faculty and staff and organizations who generously contributed their money, time and talent to Chadwick School during the 2017-18 fiscal year. Chadwick School’s fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30. This Annual Report is produced to provide a summary of the year’s fundraising efforts and to recognize donors of gifts received during the 2017-18 fiscal year. Every effort has been made to list all contributions accurately through June 30, 2018. If, however, an error has been made, please accept our apologies and notify us. Please direct any comments or questions to: ANNUAL REPORT EDITOR Carley Dryden, Director of Communications Chadwick School 26800 South Academy Drive Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274 (310) 377-1543, ext. 4127 cdryden@chadwickschool.org www.chadwickschool.org Design: The Pace Group Michael Stewart, Creative Director Bryan Fraley, Production /Account Manager

77

Feature Photography: Diana Feil Contributing Photographers: Marie Chao, Karin Fuire, Chris Miller, Salvador Paniagua O F F I C E O F D E V E L O P M E N T A N D A LU M N I R E L AT I O N S

Kerry Toolan Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations Laura Dicovitsky (through March 2018) Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations Mary Baldovin Director of Annual Giving Anna Lucier (through April 2018) Director of Major and Planned Gifts Monica Augustyn Director of Alumni Relations Leslie Davison Development Associate Beth Schuh Development Associate Frances Pullara = Archivist

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report


T H I N K . D O. L E A D.

26800 South Academy Drive, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274-3997 www.chadwickschool.org

Profile for Chadwick School

Chadwick School 2017-18 Annual Report  

New