2020 Annual Report

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MISSION AND VISION We are risk-takers, change makers and creative thinkers – and we are here to make a difference.

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ALC ‘20 ALC ‘20 brought together subject experts, industry leaders, elected officials and citizen activists to explore today’s issues and solutions from an African American perspective.

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Welcome Message

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Mission and Vision

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Leadership Institute

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National Racial Equity Initiative for Social Justice

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Publications 14

OUR TEAM Meet the dedicated leaders of the Congressional

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Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.

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CBC Spouses

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ALC ‘20

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Financial Highlights

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Board of Directors

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2020 Corporate Advisory Council

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CBCF Staff

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Thank you, Donors

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WELCOME

Welcome Message


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Dear Friends and Partners, “People talk about this as a moment, what we all know is this a movement.” – Vice President (then Senator) Kamala D. Harris, CBCF Policy for the People, June 2020

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, along with the rest of world, navigated unprecedented shifts in 2020. And, we embraced this movement. We worked to create safe spaces for our program participants and staff, and we took swift action as leaders in a new era of racial reckoning. In response to systemic injustices felt around the globe, we launched our National Racial Equity Initiative for Social Justice providing an evidence-based approach to inform sound policies targeted to reducing racial disparities caused by racism and discrimination. The CBCF also led a Policy for the People virtual panel series featuring members of the Congressional Black Caucus and subject matter experts engaging with the public on timely issues and paths forward. Our Leadership Institute embraced a cohort of interns and fellows who participated in hybrid and virtual experiences. CBCF programming did not cease as our mission continues. We awarded 225 scholarships totaling more than $500,000, as students experienced unique barriers to higher education in addition to the longstanding inequities for Black students. Due to the global pandemic, the CBCF hosted the first-ever all virtual Annual Legislative Conference. New and innovating conference programming garnered 18,000 attendees and more than 24,000 unique views across 84 policy sessions and signature events broadcasted for the first time on BET networks. We are proud to report net assets in 2020 were up more than $5 million over 2019. I and the entire CBCF community are immensely grateful to our Board of Directors, Corporate Advisory Council, staff, alumni, community partners, and volunteers for their partnership in our continued success. Tonya Veasey, President and CEO

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Mission and Vision

Mission Our mission of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) is to advance the global Black community by developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public.

Vision We envision a world in which all communities have an equal voice in public policy through leadership cultivation, economic empowerment, and civic engagement.

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Values Mission Driven: We make day-to-day choices that are aligned with the organization. Collaborative: We work together to achieve a common goal. Problem-solver: We are motivated, focused, and determined to find solutions. Accountable: We hold ourselves accountable to stakeholders, donors, scholars, and to our colleagues. Proactive: We lead change with self-driven ambition for the success of the organization and ourselves.

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Leadership Institute

Our goal is to increase the pool of Black leaders in public service careers and public policy positions through providing fellowships, internships, and scholarships.

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Internship Program

2020 INTERNS Sharonda Adams Abiodun Adeoye Elaine Ansah Iyana Arrington Bethany Bass Lindsey Batteast Jordan Berry Kidest Beyene Jada Bounds Elijah Bowers Shayla Britton Michelle Charles Derek Collins Ryan Collins Elijah Conley Celina Cotton Danielle Countryman Lauren Denton Destinee Dickson Kirstyn Dugger Bernard Elegbede Talia English Raie Gessesse Ty’Keyah Gilmore Amaris Graham Mikella Hansley Shamari Harrington Tiffany Harris Camille Herring Amiri Hill Keegan Hudson Chiquita Jackson Jordan Jefferson Ashley Johnson Justin Johnson Arianna Jones

CBCF’s internship programs prepare college students and young professionals to become principled leaders, skilled policy analysts, and informed advocates by exposing them to the processes that develop and implement national policies – from Capitol Hill to federal field offices. Program participants receive housing, a stipend, office placements, and opportunities to meet and interact with professional legislators and leaders working in all branches of government.

CBCF offers four internship programs: the Congressional Internship Program, the Communications Internship Program, the Emerging Leaders Internship Program, and the Pathways to the C-Suite Internship program.

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Leon Jones III Aleah LaForce Oluwafunmi Lawal Irene Lewis Melanie Magwood Morgan Manson Regina Martin Ayanna McNair Shingler Melanie Mpanju Natalie Nawnekwu Allonna Nordhavn Araoluwa Omotowa Desiree Parker Reine Pink Troi Pryor Igdalias Rivera Romello Robinson Jamari Rose Nia Saunders Jada Sherman Jayson Singletary Yolanda Smith Essence Thomas Sierra Thomas Jessica Trowell Tyirn Truong Edna Ulysse Lilian Umetiti Leah Wardlaw Alexis Washburn Brianna Watson Amel Weaver Daniel Webster Itunuoluwa Williams Triniti Woodson Justyce Yuille


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Fellowship Program The CBCF Congressional Fellowship Program equips early career policy professionals who are committed to contributing to public policy with the necessary skills to become the 2020 CONGRESSIONAL FELLOWS

next generation of leaders in public service. The program is an intensive

Leah Castleberry Sector: Technology

12-month policy training and leadership development program which enables

Rachel Gentry Sector: Finance

fellows to receive hands-on public policy training as full-time legislative aides and policy analysts. Fellows are paid an annual salary plus benefits. Participants must reside in or relocate to

Naadiya Hutchinson Sector: Health Nkechi Ilechie Sector: Foreign Policy

the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and are responsible for their own travel, housing, and other living expenses.

Bishar Jenkins, Jr. Sector: Health

CBCF fellowship issue areas include: The Donald M. Payne Foreign Policy Fellowship; Energy; Energy & Environment; Health Policy; Woman and Health Sciences; Finance and Economic Policy; Technology and Cybersecurity; and Technology and Diversity. /10

Danielle King Sector: Health Kyle Sheppard Sector: Technology Meagan Thompson Sector: Health (Women’s) Cody West Sector: Energy


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225 TOTAL NUMBER OF

SCHOLARS

SUPPORTED

LOUIS STOKES HEALTH SCHOLARS PROGRAM, SPONSORED BY UNITED HEALTH FOUNDATION 9 scholars supported $72,000 in scholarships awarded

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CBC SPOUSES PERFORMING ARTS SCHOLARSHIP 10 scholars supported $30,000 in scholarships awarded

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CBC SPOUSES VISUAL ARTS SCHOLARSHIP 10 scholars supported $30,000 in scholarships awarded

$525,160

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TOTAL NUMBER OF

CBC SPOUSES ESSAY CONTEST 3 scholars supported $3,250 in scholarships awarded

SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED

142

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CBC SPOUSES EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP 193 scholars supported $389,910 in scholarships awarded

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Colleges

Universities

TOTAL NUMBER OF

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ACADEMIC

Historically Black Colleges and Universities

INSTITUTIONS

ATTENDED

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National Racial Equity Initiative for Social Justice In June 2020, CBCF created the National Racial Equity Initiative for Social Justice (NREI) in response to the historically unleveled playing field for minorities, and the national protests and police killings of unarmed African Americans. The NREI’s mission is to combat systemic injustice and advance racial equity, human rights, education, and economic development opportunities for the Black community. Housed in the Center for Policy Analysis and Research (CPAR), the NREI takes an evidence-based approach to develop sound policies targeted to reducing racial disparities caused by racism and discrimination. NREI also strives to provide solutions-driven and proactive policies and practices that produce equitable access, opportunities, treatment, and outcomes for African Americans.

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In September 2020, the NREI The NREI framework supports the CBCF’s organizational

welcomed three inagural John Lewis Social Justice Fellows:

mission of developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public with four goals:

To place Social Justice Policy Fellows in the U.S. Congress and the Center for Policy Analysis and Research for 12 months.

To award social justice scholarships to students

Sianay Chase Clifford, Fellowship Class of 2020, Office of Rep. Ayanna Pressley: A macro social worker from Burlington, Vermont whose work focuses on how racism is embedded into the policies of public and private institutions, and how those institutions can transition from causing harm to reducing harm and eradicating the causes of harm, specifically racism and anti-Blackness. She previously worked as a financial counselor in Roxbury, Massachusetts where she researched how low-income individuals and families interact with state and federal income support services, and how perverse incentives in the welfare system affect Black residents’ physical, mental and financial health.

attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

To create an NREI Task Force of Social Justice Ambassadors.

To serve as a centralized data and research hub on social

Jared Lewis, Fellowship Class of 2020, Office of Rep. Barbara Lee: A Chicago native, who works at the intersection of economic development, small business, public policy, and social enterprise. He was formerly a Global Program Manager for Airbnb Policy Communications, and currently serves on the board for the Social Enterprise Alliance, the largest organization in the United States supporting social enterprise organizations.

justice issues that advance racial equity and human rights and dismantle systemic racial barriers through research, data, analysis, and public policy reform for maximum impact in Black communities.

Dennis Johnson, Fellowship Class of 2020, Office of Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman: A Chicago native and a career pathway specialist who focuses on community and student development. He is one of the founders of the Black Youth Project and a member of The Peace Exchange: Chicago-Asia. His work centers around student development issues regarding systemic and structural oppression toward minority youth and education policy.

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Publications JCPAR: Journal of the Center for Policy Analysis & Research

AFRICA-AMERICA 2021 RE-ENVISIONING LIBERATION FOR THE GLOBAL BLACK DIASPORA This edition of the biennial publication presents scholarship and perspectives that chart course for the future of Black leadership and advocacy and captures the spirit of modern Black movements. Written by scholars and practitioners for a general, non-specialist audience, the Journal of the Center for Policy Analysis and Research (JCPAR) follows the standard of a peer-reviewed, social science publication and serves as a conduit between research and policy. With just over 10 entries, this issue has a special focus on topics including in-depth and innovative approaches to help advance the study of Black identities, ethnicities and diasporas, and in turn highlights how these perspectives inform representative governance and public policy.

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dialogue NEW ROUTES TO EQUITY: THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY The U.S. transportation system is being transformed by three rapidly evolving and emerging mobility options: shared mobility, electric vehicles, and autonomous vehicles. Shared mobility services and electric vehicles are already changing the transportation landscape. For instance, 84 million bike share and n tatio spor y n a r f T munit re o w Futu ck Com Fello e Th e Bla arch Rese y it h u in t n Eq rt nspo . Tra Ph.D

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equitably benefit the Black community or, if they will perpetuate and exacerbate transportation inequities. This report highlights the on-going challenges affecting African Americans in the transportation system and provides policy recommendations for how shared mobility, electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles can equitably serve the Black community.

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CBC Spouses The CBC Spouses have consistently shown

In 2020 more than 100 high school students

their commitment to the next generation of

applied to the Spouses Essay Contest,

leaders by providing educational opportunities

writing to the prompt:

for a diverse group of young people. The CBC

According to research conducted by Cornel

Spouses laid the groundwork to establish

Belcher of Brilliant Corners, Millennials are less

CBCF’s internship and fellowship programs,

likely to go to the polls than senior citizens.

and in 1988 the Spouses established their

During the 2012 presidential election, 72 percent

first education scholarship program. This

of Americans 65 and older cast their ballots, while

collaborative work between CBCF and the

only 41 percent of those 18–24 voted. Elections

CBC Spouses has provided more than $11

are decided by the people who show up at the

million in scholarships to deserving students

polls. In your view, who do you believe shows

and established a pipeline of opportunity to

up more, and what can be done to increase

ultimately advance young African Americans

participation of those who currently sit out?

in their career choices.

The following students were selected for their submissions. In addition to a cash award, each placed recipient received a laptop from the CBC Spouses Essay Contest Issue Forum session sponsor, Microsoft: FIRST PLACE: Ms. Justice Guldin – Congressman Hank Johnson Stephenson High School, Stone Mountain, GA SECOND PLACE: Mr. Kellen Matthews – Congressman Kweisi Mfume Calvert Hall College High School, Baltimore, MD THIRD PLACE: Ms. Kennedy Rushing – Congressman Bennie Thompson Germantown High School, Madison, MS

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In response to the global pandemic of COVID-19, the leadership of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. moved its 2020 Annual

ALC ‘20 brought together 18,000+ attendees

Legislative Conference to a virtual format.

From across the nation and around the

With just 90 days of planning and production time, the CBCF team alongside CBC member offices, sponsors, and stakeholders produced over 76 hours of content spanning over 34 days. The process included the strategic development, production, and marketing of a

world, nearly doubling the attendee base of previous in-person conferences.

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18,000 ATTENDEES

5-week conference and (7) content tracks. What is normally a 5-day event was held over the course of 34 days, from August 31 to October 11, 2020. The following data outlines the success of the conference and the insights the

Event content focused on CBCF’s core pillars of education, health and wellness, economic empowerment,

Events team will use to plan for future Annual

and the environment.

Legislative Conferences.

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Despite the shift to a virtual conference format, the ALC brought together experts and organizers to share accounts from the front lines

awareness of pathways to be informed and

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member issue forums

involved in the democratic process. More than 18,000 attendees in business, academia,

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government, nonprofits, and philanthropy engaged on the virtual platform.

The Annual Legislative Conference garnered $4,602,999 in corporate sponsorship from more than 106 companies and a record number of individual contributions totaling more than $48,500. /19

24,714

unique session views

of advocacy, spotlight innovative campaigns, foster support for advocacy funding and raise

conference sessions

13

member-led braintrusts

professional development series sessions

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9

CBCF sessions and events

third party sessions

439

registered speakers

TOTAL HOURS OF CONTENT

76 22.5 HOURS

MINUTES


C O N G R ERegistration S S I O N A L B L was A C K offered C A U Cto US Complementary

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all guests before, during, and after the conference thanks to the continued support of Toyota. A Virtual Event Platform offered real time broadcasts and on-demand viewing options and the opportunity to experience the ALC programming attendees have become accustomed to from the comfort and safety of their homes. Additionally, the platform allowed attendees to customize their own agenda, and select from more than 80 sessions based on their interests. Newly Designed Sponsorship Opportunities were innovated and embedded into conference content and the virtual platform to increase exposure for companies supporting the CBCF.

formed to create standardized production workflow and offer high quality session production to session hosts with varying levels of tech savvy.

Pre-Recorded Sessions provided session hosts the ability to choose optimal recording dates and engage speakers from multiple time zones for a real-time conversation and pre-recorded remarks and commercials from engaged stakeholders. The Professional Development Series continued in close partnership with series sponsors to offer continuing education credits to educators and health professionals who attended virtually.

CBCF Sunday on BET served as the grand Record Individual Contributions were received from more than 780 attendees totaling over $48,565.00. The Phoenix Awards and Day of Healing (formerly the Prayer Breakfast) were redesigned as television broadcasts in partnership with Black Entertainment Television (BET).

finale to the 34-day virtual conference and featured the Phoenix Awards and Day of Healing in addition to a virtual brunch hosted by minister, comedian, and recording artist Willie Moore, Jr. and The Black Party hosted by DJ Cassidy on Facebook Live.

CBC Spouses and ALC With the necessary pivot of the

99 Problems. Don’t Let Your Vote be One

organization from an onsite event to a

Simone-Marie L. Meeks, Host

virtual platform for the CBCF Annual Legislative Conference, the CBC Spouses followed suit, with two of its members,

Discussion: What might be done to change Millennials’ & GenZ’s voting perspectives? What does this suggest for the future of the country?

Spouse Essay Contest Chair Simone Meeks and Dr. Sonya Horsford hosting two 2020 Virtual ALC sessions:

How Are the Children? Black Education in the Wake of COVID Sonya Horsford, Ph.D., Host

Due to COVID restrictions, the CBC

Discussion: National foundation program officers and education

Spouses cancelled their Community

organization leaders gathered to discuss the major issues facing

Breakfast and Health Fair and the

Black students against the backdrop of COVID and Black Lives

Celebration of Leadership in the Fine Arts

Matter and share what their organizations and partners are doing to

Awards, typically scheduled during the ALC.

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THE PHOENIX AWARDS As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBCF’s iconic Phoenix Awards transitioned to a virtual program, televised as the culminating Annual Legislative Conference event on BET and BET Her. The virtual awards and entertainment program featured a lineup of notable speakers including remarks by then U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden and then U.S. Senator Kamala Harris. Additionally, the members of the Congressional Black Caucus were honored for their service, accomplishments, and efforts to eliminate the many disparities that continue to exist for millions of Black Americans. Hosted by Taraji P. Henson, the Phoenix Awards recognized extraordinary individuals who, through their efforts and accomplishments, have made significant contributions to society. Honorees received the prestigious, CBCF-commissioned Phoenix Award. Performers for the Phoenix Awards included Andra Day, Anthony Hamilton, Black Violin, Common, Cynthia Erivo, India Arie, Jonathan Traylor, Kem, Ledisi, and T-Pain. MC Lyte served as the Voice of God. Special guests included

DAY OF HEALING (formerly The Prayer Breakfast) In lieu of its annual traditional Prayer Breakfast, the CBCF team made the virtual shift to the televised Day of Healing in partnership with Viacomm CBS and BET. The Day of Healing, a non-denominational spiritual program aired on BET and BET Her at 10 a.m. on Sunday, October 11. Consistent with former Prayer Breakfasts, the televised Day of Healing hosted celebrities, political leaders, top gospel artists, and ministers. The program, hosted by Kirk Franklin, included a message from TD Jakes, Bishop of The Potter’s House Church and featured Donnie Simpson as the Voice of God. A Motown Gospel Revue featured musical performances by The Clark Sisters, Tye Tribbett, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and Evvie McKinney.

Keisha Lance Bottoms, Donna Brazile, and then Senator Kamala Harris. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES

2020 Phoenix Awardees included:

In its fifth year, the Professional Development

CBCF Chair’s Award – Attorney Ben Crump, nationally

Series (PDS) continued to attract a broad

recognized trial lawyer

segment of attendees interested in gaining

CBC Chair’s Award – Lonnie Bunch III, Director of the Smithsonian Institution ALC Co-Chair’s Award – Bernice King, American minister and youngest child of Martin Luther King, Jr.

industry-based credit hours while experiencing public policy sessions virtually. The Professional Development Series For Health Professionals SPONSOR: National

CBC Body Award – “William” Larry Lucas, Former Vice President of Governmental Affairs/Diversity Programs for Pharmaceutical Research and Manufactures of America (PhRMA) The George Thomas “Mickey” Leland Award - Joe Biden, Then Former Vice President of the United States

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Medical Association

The Professional Development Series For Educators SPONSOR: American

Federation of Teachers


Financial Highlights

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Financial Statement of Financial Position As of December 31, 2020 and 2019

2020

2019

$ 6,684,692

$ 3,967,023

$ 1,902,717

$ 962,143

$ 84,466

$ 13,810

$ 8,601,218

$ 5,013,632

$ 3,962,977

$ 1,732,130

$ 1,791,182

$ 1,864,878

$ 14,355,378

$ 8,610,640

Accounts Payable & Accrued Expenses

$ 444,444

$ 316,851

Deferred Revenue

$ 599,879

$ 9,576

$ 1,044,323

$ 316,851

$ 9,480,436

$ 4,480,200

Restricted Net Assets

$ 3,830,619

$ 3,813,589

Total Net Assets

$ 13,311,055

$ 8,293,789

$ 14,355,378

$ 8,610,640

ASSETS Current Assets Cash And Cash Equivalents Contributions Receivables, net Prepaid Expenses Total Current Assets Investments PPE, net Total Assets LIABILITIES Current Liabilities

Total Liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted Net Assets

Total Liabilities & Net Assets

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Highlights Statement of Activities Year Ended December 31, 2020

WITHOUT DONOR RESTRICTIONS

WITH DONOR TOTAL 2020 RESTRICTIONS

SUPPORT AND REVENUE $ 4,435,805

$ –

$ 4,435,805

$ 2,633,981

$ –

$ 2,021

Less: Cost of special events Special events, net

$ –

Contributions Interest and other income

$ 5,197,622

$ 3,185,000

$ 8,382,622

$ 9,672

$–

$ 9,672

Net assets released from restrictions

$–

Total support and revenue Programs & Research Communications

$ 7,009,118

$ 3,185,000 $ 12,828,099

$ 5,187,949

$ 3,185,000

$ 8,372,949

$ 3,206,244

$–

$ 3,206,244

Fundraising

$ 310,282

$–

$ 310,282

General and administrative

$ 672,277

$–

$ 672,277

Total supporting services

$ 982,559

$–

$ 982,559

Total expenses

$ 5,171,361

$–

$ 5,171,361

$ 1,837,756

$ 3,185,000

$ 5,022,756

$ 8,285,330

$ 3,824,141

$ 12,109,471

$ 10,123,086

$ 7,009,141

$ 17,132,227

EXPENSES Total program services

Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year

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Board of Directors CHAIR Rep. Cedric L. Richmond U.S. House of Representatives PRESIDENT AND CEO Mrs. Tonya Veasey VICE CHAIR Ms. Lori George Billingsley The Coca-Cola Company SECRETARY Mr. Earle Jones Comcast, NBC Universal TREASURER Ms. Janice Bryant Howroyd ACT-1 Group

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Ms. Pamela G. Alexander Ford Motor Company Fund

Ms. DeDe Lea ViacomCBS

Rep. Joyce Beatty U.S. House of Representatives

Dr. Keith Magee University College London

Mr. Ronald Blaylock GenNx360 Capital Partners

Dr. Troy L. Nash Newmark Grubb Zimmer

Ms. Aisha Bowe STEMBoard

Ms. Julia Simon Mary Kay Inc.

Mr. Kevin Brown Dell, Inc.

Mr. Al Smith Toyota Motor North America

Rep. Dwight Evans U.S. House of Representatives

Kevin Washington YMCA of the USA

Rep. Marcia L. Fudge U.S. House of Representatives Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Harvard University Rep. Alcee Hastings U.S. House of Representatives Mr. Fred Humphries Microsoft

EX OFFICIO

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee U.S. House of Representatives

CBC CHAIRPERSON Rep. Karen Bass U.S. House of Representatives

Mr. Leonard James III J3 Advisory Group

CAC CHAIRPERSON Mr. Chaka Burgess Empire Consulting Group

Mr. Lonnie L. Johnson Exxon Mobil Corporation, Retired Ms. Tammy Jones Basis Investment Group

CBC SPOUSES CHAIRPERSON Mrs. Dianne Cleaver DIRECTOR EMERITUS Former Congressman Kendrick Meek

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2020 Corporate Advisory Council Chaka T. Burgess, Chairman Empire Consulting Group LaKeitha Anderson RAI Services Co. Mariko Bennett Founder, Coco B. Productions Zafar Brooks Hyundai Motor America Engel Burns AveXis Regina K. Dillard State Farm Insurance Companies Micaela Fernandez Allen Open Society Foundations Isaac Fordjour Boston Scientific E. Monique Hall Facebook Chanelle Hardy Google Robert Harris Apple

Alethia Jackson, Esq. Walgreens Co. Erica Johnson Diageo Michone T. Johnson Verizon Maisha Leek Translation + UnitedMasters Jeanine Liburd BET Networks Marie Long AT&T Ramon O. Looby Bank of America John Mason Altria Keith W. McCoy Exxon Mobil Corporation Waldo McMillan Charter Communications Jesse Price Tik Tok Nichole Francis Reynolds ServiceNow

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Norman H. Ross, Jr. Heartland Coca-Cola Bottling Company Dontai Smalls UPS Nigel Stephens Infor Shashrina Thomas Versa Integrated Solutions, Inc. Kenny Thompson PepsiCo Phillip Thomas-Wallace Walmart Shawna Watley Holland & Knight, LLP Daron Watts The Watts Group Hilary West JP Morgan Chase & Co. Cherie Wilson General Motors Company


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EXECUTIVE OFFICE

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

Tonya Veasey President & Chief Executive Officer

Deidra Barksdale Chief Financial Officer Nadia Monroe Operations Manager

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Tory Williams Vice President, Marketing & Communications Erica Southerland, Ph.D., APR Director, Marketing & Communications

Mercy Muniu Staff Accountant Sabrina Shekofteh Accounting Manager Candice Willmore, MBA, SHRM-CP Manager, Human Resources

Victoria Brown Graphic Design Specialist

Brenda White-Tucker Receptionist

STRATEGIC EVENTS Andrias White-Murdaugh, MBA, CMP, CSEP, CVP Vice President, Strategic Events

CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS & RESEARCH Menna Demessie, Ph.D. Senior VP CPAR Leadership Institute Naomi Smith Research Analyst

RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Donna Fisher-Lewis, M.P.A Senior Vice President, Resource Development

William Turner Director Leadership Institute

Leletha Marshall Director, Resource Development Muriel Cooper, M.S. Senior Manager, Stakeholder Relations Thelma Barnett Development Officer

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Cary US LLP Edison International Eli Lilly and Company GEICO Genentech, Inc. General Motors Corporation Google, Inc. Horizon Therapeutics Intuit JUUL Labs McDonald’s Corporation Mylan Pharmaceuticals Company National Education Association Novo Nordisk Verizon Communications Wells Fargo & Co.

$50,000 - $99,999

Accenture Advocate Aurora Health AFSCME Airbnb Ally Financial American Association for Justice American Beverage Association AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Business Roundtable

AMC Networks American Federation of Teachers AT&T Bayer Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Charter Communications, Inc. CVS Charitable Trust, Inc Dell, Inc. DLA Piper Rudnick Gray

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Southern Company Starz TD Charitable Foundation Tractor Supply Company Tyson Foods, Inc. Union Pacific Corporation United Airlines United Health Group Universal Music Group Visa, Inc. Walton Family Foundation $5,000 - $19,999 AARP ABLC-CFC American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Inc. American Federation Of Government Employees American Hospital Association AmerisourceBergen Corp. Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Aspire PAC Benevity Boston Scientific Corporation Brett Hart Center for Responsible Lending CMS Energy Corporation Congressman Al Green CTIA Department of Homeland Security/OSDBU Disney Emily’s List Federal Fund Enterprise Holdings

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