ANNUAL REPORT 1
MESSAGE FROM LEADERSHIP
What a year! Every day at Cristo Rey, adults and students are learning the same lesson: persistence matters. Persistence so that schools can continue to serve our students well in these unusual circumstances, to remain committed to our shared mission – access to educational opportunity, regardless of family income. For 25 years, Cristo Rey has been opening the doors of opportunity – removing the barrier of lack of access to quality education. Learning and growing are at the heart of what we do, and in this challenging year, we have all grown in surprising ways: students developing the internal discipline to engage in classroom learning from home, teachers rethinking their approach, student workers stretching to develop their technical skills and working remotely, Corporate and University Partners engaging in new ways. Thanks to generous donors, Corporate Partners, University Partners, Religious Sponsors, dedicated educators, and families, Cristo Rey students have been able to persevere in their college and career preparatory education in these extraordinary times. This year, as 37 schools have opened their doors – some in person and some remotely – we will persistently remain focused on providing access to opportunity for the young people we serve. During these extraordinary times, you have shown extraordinary support for our 12,000 students, and your partnership has mattered more than ever. Thank you.
Elizabeth Goettl President and CEO
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John E. O’Shea, Jr. Board Chair JCJ Energy
REFLECTIONS FROM CHAIR EMERITUS How things have changed! Just a few months ago I only had an inkling of what “pandemic” meant! Now it is on the tip of my tongue and has totally taken over my consciousness. St. Ignatius taught us that we should find God in everything going on around us, so we ask the question, “What does this all mean? What are you saying to us, God, in this sea-change that we are living?” The first thing that I have learned is that I am simply not in charge. I have discovered that I am essentially a fragile creature who is totally dependent always and everywhere. It turns out that when I thought I was in control, when I knew how to manage myself and my world, I was kidding myself. I am reminded of Psalm 62: “In God alone is my soul at rest.” When I think and act as if I am the one calling the shots, then I am ignoring reality. It is also a reminder that the whole Cristo Rey movement doesn’t belong to any of us; it really is God working in our world, through all of us working together. The surprisingly wonderful numbers in this Annual Report are simply a reminder that we are doing God’s work. It is a fact that more than 20,000 students of limited economic means throughout the country have graduated from our Cristo Rey schools. “In God alone is my soul at rest.” What is happening in our Cristo Rey schools is proof of how much God loves us. May we never forget that! Viva Cristo Rey!
John P. Foley, S.J. Chair Emeritus and Chief Mission Officer
MISSION EFFECTIVENESS STANDARDS A Cristo Rey Network school: 1. Is explicitly Catholic in mission and enjoys Church approval. 2.
Serves only students with limited economic resources and is open to students of various faiths and cultures.
3. Is family centered and plays an active role in the local community. 4. Prepares all students to enter and graduate from college. 5. Requires participation by all students in the Corporate Work Study Program. 6.
Integrates the learning present in its work program, class- room, and extracurricular experiences for the fullest benefit of its students.
Has effective administrative and board structures, and complies with applicable state and federal laws.
8. Is financially sound. 9.
Supports all students in accessing and persisting through colleges that match their achievements, needs, and ambitions.
10. Is an active participant of the Cristo Rey Network.
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Cristo Rey Jesuit High School ‘96 Chicago
OUR GROWING MOVEMENT
Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep ‘04 Waukegan
The Cristo Rey Network of high schools delivers a career focused, college preparatory education in the Catholic tradition for students with limited economic resources, uniquely integrating rigorous academic curricula with four years of professional work experience and support to and through college. We partner with educators, businesses and communities to enable students to fulfill their aspirations for a lifetime of success.
Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School ‘08 Chicago Detroit Cristo Rey High School ‘08 Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee High School ‘15
De La Salle North Catholic High School ‘01 Portland Cristo Rey Sacramento High School ‘06
Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School ‘18 Oakland ICA Cristo Rey Academy ‘09 San Francisco
Established School Future School
37 HIGH SCHOOLS 12,300 STUDENTS 98% STUDENTS OF COLOR $39,000 AVERAGE FAMILY INCOME
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School ‘14
Arrupe Jesuit High School ‘03 Denver Cristo Rey St. Viator Las Vegas College Preparatory High School ‘19
Verbum Dei High School ‘02 Los Angeles Cristo Rey Orange County High School ‘23
Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School ‘04 Lawrence Saint Martin de Porres High School ‘04 Cristo Rey Cleveland Boston High School ‘04
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School ‘07 Twin Cities
Cristo Rey New York High School ‘04
DePaul Cristo Rey High School ‘11 Cincinnati
60% CATHOLIC STUDENTS 3,500 CORPORATE PARTNERS $80 MILLION EARNED BY STUDENTS IN 2019-2020
Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep ‘15 Cristo Rey Fort Worth High School ‘18 Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory of Houston ‘09
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School
Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School ‘07 Washington, DC
Cristo Rey Charleston High School ‘23
Holy Family Cristo Rey High School ‘07 Birmingham
Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School ‘16
Cristo Rey Tampa Salesian High School ‘16
61 UNIVERSITY PARTNERS Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Twin Cities
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School ‘07 Baltimore
Cristo Rey Research Triangle High school ‘21
20,600 GRADUATES 38 SPONSORING RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School ‘12
Cristo Rey Richmond High School ‘19
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School ‘14
Cristo Rey San Diego High School ‘20
San Miguel High School ‘04 Tucson
Cristo Rey Columbus High School ‘13
Providence Cristo Rey High School ‘07 Cristo Rey Kansas City Indianapolis High School ‘06
Cristo Rey Oklahoma City Catholic High School ‘18
Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School ‘08
Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School Chicago
Holy Family Cristo Rey High School Birmingham
Cristo Rey Miami High School ‘21
San Miguel High School Tucson
2019 RECIPIENT OF THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC EDUCATION ASSOCIATION LEAD. LEARN. PROCLAIM. AWARD
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2019-2020 YEAR IN REVIEW HIGHLIGHTS
COVID-19: RESPONSIVE ADAPTATIONS AND INNOVATIONS
COLLEGE & CAREER PREP AWARD
At the onset of COVID-19, the national office launched a website to support Cristo Rey schools as they navigated immediate school closures and transitioned to remote learning. A Network-wide Task Force for COVID-19 Response collaborated through the summer to develop comprehensive recommendations for schools to modify programming and operations in order to deliver best-inclass academic and workplace learning opportunities for school year 2020-2021. Our national office colleagues (including Leading and Learning, Corporate Work Study, College Initiatives, and others) provided robust professional development offerings throughout the spring and summer of 2020 to complement the resources published by the Task Force to prepare for readiness for the fall. The CRN national office mobilized nearly $2 million in school grants responsive to implications of COVID-19 for the year ahead.
NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Cristo Rey Network launched the movementâ€™s first National Alumni Association to connect, engage, and mobilize our 20,000 alumni nationwide. A new portal was developed for alumni to access career development and job placement opportunities, build community, and provide peer-to-peer mentorship. Thank you to Citizens Bank, Heidrick & Struggles, JLL, US Bank, and Wintrust for partnering in our new effort.
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In recognition of an extraordinary commitment and partnership that spans 15 years, the Spirit of Cristo Rey Award was presented to W. Nicholas Howley and The Howley Foundation. Through The Howley Foundation, Nick and his family have generously supported transformative Network-wide initiatives to increase student retention, academic achievement, and college access. Kevin T. Baine, Partner at Williams & Connolly, was unanimously elected as the first Emeritus Director of the Cristo Rey Network. Additional Board member appointments included: Chris Perry, Partner, CIVC Partners
Jose Ubeda, Senior Vice President Digital Solutions, Expeditors International William C. Young, President and CEO, Plastipak Holdings, Inc. Expeditors International, one of our largest Corporate Partners employing students across 15 Cristo Rey schools, launched a jobs portal exclusively for Cristo Rey alumni at their offices nationwide.
Salesforce.org named the Cristo Rey Network a finalist for the College and Career Prep Award during the organizationâ€™s Higher Ed Summit. 2019-2020 LARGEST CORPORATE PARTNERS By # students employed and # school partners AbbVie Ascension Bernstein L.P. Best Buy Blue Cross Blue Shield Catholic Charities Comcast Deloitte LLP DTE Energy Expeditors International EY Federal Reserve Bank General Motors Jones Day Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Kirkland & Ellis LLP KPMG LLP PwC Raytheon Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. United Way US Bank YMCA
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2019-2020 YEAR IN REVIEW HIGHLIGHTS
Cristo Rey schools realized the following achievements during the Class of 2020 college application season: Seniors submitted over 29,000 college applications, an average of 13 applications each.
Cristo Rey graduates are more than twice as likely to complete a bachelor’s degree by age 24, compared to the total U.S. low-income population.
Our schools graduated 2,600 seniors during a reimagined commencement season. Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School and Cristo Rey Tampa Salesian High School celebrated their inaugural graduating classes.
Cristo Rey Network named six new University Partners: Grinnell College Lewis University Mount Mercy University St. John Fisher College University of St. Thomas, Minnesota Xavier University of Louisiana
Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School celebrated its first graduating class from college. Johnathan Ortiz, a member of the founding ‘16 class, became the first Cristo Rey Philadelphia alum to graduate from college, earning a degree in information sciences and technology with a minor in security risk analysis from Penn State University. “If not for Cristo Rey, I would have never been able to obtain the connections I have today. The Work Study Program allowed me to interact with important people, and I took advantage of that opportunity.”
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Cristo Rey Richmond High School and Cristo Rey St. Viator College Preparatory High School in Las Vegas opened, welcoming their inaugural freshmen who will lay the foundation for the schools’ successes for years to come.
89% of seniors were accepted to at least one four-year college.
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School
TO AND THROUGH COLLEGE
NEW SCHOOL OPENINGS AND GROWTH
Seniors received over 14,000 college acceptances, including to Harvard, Morehouse, Princeton, University of Notre Dame, Georgetown, Spelman, and many four-year colleges that meet 100% of students’ demonstrated financial need. Approximately 91% of seniors selected a four- or two-year college for fall enrollment. Seniors earned over 30 Questbridge, Gates, Dell, POSSE and Evans Scholarships, collectively valued at over $5 million for these scholarships alone.
We supported the founding Leadership Teams during the Launch phase of Cristo Rey San Diego High School in preparation for the school’s opening in 20202021 and Cristo Rey Miami High School opening in 2021-2022.
One new Cristo Rey school study shifted from Feasibility to Launch in Research Triangle, NC, and two new Feasibility Studies commenced in Charleston, SC, and Orange County, CA.
NATIONAL OFFICE MOVED! With a total of 41 Cristo Rey schools on the horizon, we relocated to a space that is able to serve as a hub for our professional learning programs and ongoing initiatives.
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FISCAL YEAR 2020 SCHOOL GRANTS The Cristo Rey Network national office collaborates with our donors to award programmatic funding through grants and direct services to advance shared, Network-wide goals.
Student Retention Project
Generously Funded by The Howley Foundation First installment of two year grant for school-based interventions Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School Cristo Rey Boston High School Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School (Chicago) Verbum Dei High School (Los Angeles) Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School ICA Cristo Rey Academy (San Francisco) Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School
Capital Projects Fund
Generously Funded by an Anonymous Donor, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, and our Donor Community One year grant for infrastructure projects Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (Birmingham) Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland) Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee High School De La Salle North Catholic High School (Portland)
Kenneth Hutchinson College Success Fund
Generously Funded by the Wilson Sheehan Foundation and the Sandor Foundation 2018 Wave I: Second installment of two year grant for personnel Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School Cristo Rey Boston High School DePaul Cristo Rey High School (Cincinnati) Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep Cristo Rey Kansas City High School Cristo Rey High School Sacramento Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School 2019 Wave I: First installment of two year grant for personnel Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School Cristo Rey St. Viator College Preparatory High School (Las Vegas) Cristo Rey Oklahoma City Catholic High School ICA Cristo Rey Academy (San Francisco) Cristo Rey Tampa Salesian High School Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep (Waukegan) 2019 Wave II: Pre-college Summer Immersion Programs 13 Cristo Rey schools awarded grants
Test Preparation Program Fund
Generously Funded by the John and Charlene Oâ€™Shea Family Foundation One year grant for high-stakes college entrance test prep Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (Birmingham) Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School (Chicago) Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Chicago) DePaul Cristo Rey High School (Cincinnati) Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland)
Cristo Rey Columbus High School Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston Providence Cristo Rey High School (Indianapolis) Cristo Rey Kansas City High School Cristo Rey New York High School Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School Cristo Rey High School Sacramento ICA Cristo Rey Academy (San Francisco) Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School Cristo Rey Jesuit High School - Twin Cities Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School (Washington DC) Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep (Waukegan)
Cristo Rey Howley Scholars Program
Generously Funded by The Howley Foundation Four-year college scholarships awarded to 30 scholars across five Cristo Rey schools
Emergency Tuition Assistance Fund
Generously Funded by William McIntosh One year grant for tuition assistance for students Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (Birmingham) Cristo Rey Boston High School Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School DePaul Cristo Rey High School (Cincinnati) Cristo Rey Tampa Salesian High School
Putting MATH Education to Work
Generously Funded by The Howley Foundation Two year grant to advance student achievement in mathematics Cohort I: Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School Cristo Rey Columbus High School Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School (Chicago) ICA Cristo Rey Academy (San Francisco) Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School (Lawrence) Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee High School Cohort II: Cristo Rey Boston High School Providence Cristo Rey High School (Indianapolis) Cristo Rey St. Viator College Preparatory High School (Las Vegas) Cristo Rey High School Sacramento Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Twin Cities) De La Salle North Catholic High School (Portland)
Board Development with BoardOnTrack
Generously Funded by our Donor Community Multi-year grant for data-driven board governance platform Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (Birmingham) Cristo Rey Boston High School Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland) Cristo Rey Columbus High School Cristo Rey Kansas City High School Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School (Lawrence) Cristo Rey Miami High School Cristo Rey Richmond High School Cristo Rey Tampa Salesian High School Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep (Waukegan)
Cristo Rey New York High School
CWSP Curriculum Implemention Project
Generously Funded by our Donor Community One year grant to implement workplace training curriculum Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School (Lawrence) Cristo Rey Oklahoma City Catholic High School San Miguel High School (Tucson) Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Twin Cities)
New Seats Project
Generously Funded by The Howley Foundation Two year grant to help schools achieve full enrollment goals by expanding student recruitment and CWSP capacity Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School (Chicago) Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School Providence Cristo Rey High School Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School San Miguel High School (Tucson)
College Enrollment and Housing Deposit Fund
Generously Funded by our Donor Community One year grant to help cover college enrollment and housing deposit costs for the Class of 2020 Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Baltimore) Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (Birmingham) Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland) Cristo Rey Columbus High School Detroit Cristo Rey High School Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston Providence Cristo Rey High School (Indianapolis) Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School (Lawrence) Verbum Dei High School (Los Angeles) Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School (Washington DC) Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep (Waukegan)
Capital Projects Fund
Generously Funded by a Lead Matching Gift and our Donor Community
Generously Funded by our Donor Community One year grant for immediate and essential infrastructure projects that needed funding for time bound completion Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee High School Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School (Lawrence) De La Salle North Catholic High School (Portland) Cristo Rey Richmond High School
Grants to support emergency needs of Cristo Rey alumni displaced from college campuses due to COVID-19 All 30 Cristo Rey schools with graduating classes were dispersed funding to help alleviate college enrolleesâ€™ unanticipated COVID-19-related financial burdens since being displaced from college campuses in mid-March, and as they return to college campuses in fall 2020. More than 200 Cristo Rey college students have received direct support.
Generously Funded by Joseph and Cheryl Della Rosa, Anonymous Donor, Horizon Blue, AT&T, PVH Foundation, and Zago Manufacturing Renewable tuition assistance scholarships for 85 Cristo Rey Newark students transferring to local Catholic high schools due to closure of Cristo Rey Newark High School.
COVID-19 RESPONSE GRANTS
Alumni Emergency Assistance Fund
Cristo Rey Newark Scholars: Tuition Assistance Fund
In-kind generosity by OnePlus Gifted 129 photos to support Cristo Rey students who were without Internet access at home, or did not have a reliable device to engage in remote learning.
FINANCIALS AND HONOR ROLL
Comparative Schedule of Revenue and Expenses, Year Ended June 30, 2020 Support and Revenue FY 2020 FY 2019 Fundraising $5,846,472 $5,997,960 School Membership Dues 1,945,000 1,640,000 University Partnership Contributions 72,500 57,976 Investment Income 116,260 86,524 Paycheck Protection Program Grant 394,798 Total Support and Revenue* $8,375,030 $7,782,460 Expenses Program Services Funding of Schools 1,949,018 937,569 Funding of Alumni Scholarships 169,719 215,720 Programming Provided to Schools 4,059,253 3,800,734 Supporting Services General Administration 346,096 365,017 Development and Communication 275,572 381,077 Total Expenses $6,799,658 $5,700,016 *Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020 Total Support and Revenue are inclusive of new cash and pledges for projected expenses for Fiscal Years 2021-2023.
Champion Investors $1,000,000+ Cumulative gifts since our founding in 2003 Louis Calder Foundation Cassin Educational Initiative Foundation Caster Family Trust Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation The Howley Foundation Darren and Terry Jackson I.A. O’Shaughnessy Foundation Roger and Susan Stone Family Foundation Walton Family Foundation Wilson Sheehan Foundation Ventana Charitable Trust $500,000+ The Howley Foundation Wilson Sheehan Foundation $250,000-499,999 Joe and Cheryl Della Rosa Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $50,000-$249,999
Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Berner Jr. Maureen E. and Emil J. Brolick Family Trust Lawrence P. Castellani Family Foundation Caster Family Trust The Chase and Stephanie Coleman Foundation CKC Foundation Robert Dods Family Foundation
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Healey Family Foundation The Drexel Fund on behalf of Thomas and Margaret Healey The Drexel Fund on behalf of Darren and Terry Jackson Janet and Tom O’Connor John and Charlene O’Shea James and Sharon O’Sullivan Perry Family Charitable Foundation Plastipak Packaging Inc. Sandor Foundation Leo and Martha Sheridan Sue and Dan White Wintrust Financial Corporation Martha and Gerald Wyrsch Charitable Foundation $25,000-$49,999 Kevin and Thayer Baine Baird Foundation, Inc. Joann Chávez The Drexel Fund Jane E. Genster and John J. Buckley, Jr. Christopher Hebig William A. McIntosh Dan McCallin William and Mary Ross Foundation The Tides Foundation: Project Redwood $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Robert and Sheila Berner Ethan and Sara Eldridge
Patrick J. Foley Georgetown University Christopher Hebig The Margaret and Daniel Loeb-Third Point Foundation Dan McCallin John and Gwen McConnell William V. and Paula McMenamin Microsoft Piper Jaffray & Co. Joseph Rauenhorst Family Foundation John and Carol Thompson University of Notre Dame Joseph and Ann Wenger $5,000-$9,999
Charles D. Bidwill, Jr. James Deasy Paul and Rosemary Eide Elizabeth and Dennis Goettl Dennis Langley Susan Leverone The Renaissance Foundation College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota John and Carol Thompson $1,000-$4,999
Radm. Robert and Mrs. Louis Abele Marilyn Antonik Stephen and Sarah Baine Christine and John Bakalar Charitable Fund
Dr. Robert Becherer Kirk and Sarah Bresniker John Browner Daniel and Karen Considine John and Rosemary Croghan Paul Darley Dominican University Anonymous Charles Feeney John Fitzgerald Patrick and Anne Gallagher Michael and Barbara Heaton Susan and Leander Jennings Mary Kearney Robert H. Keller Michael and Rae Khoury Pat and Carrie Lee Helen and Jack Lynch Bill Lynch Elizabeth Marren Robert R. McCormick Foundation Stephen McGeady The McGlinn Family Charitable Fund Thomas S. McKeon McKinsey and Company Rich McMenamin and Patty Mulvihill David K. and Judith McNulty Susan B. Murphy Scott and Nora Murray Robert and Kathryn Otter Stephanie Marie Peterson Peter and Alexa Quinn Daniel Sansone Katherine Sieh-Takata Robert and Kathleen Snyder Erica Nancy Stepan Susan and John Sullivan Surge Institute Mr. Owen Taylor United Way of the Capital Region-Tocqueville $500-$999 Dan and Jane Anglim Tami Ciranna Elizabeth and Daniel Figoni Joseph Gersitz Thomas Haggerty Tom Henderson Karen Keogh Jeffrey and Ruth Anne King Lois Ann Lorentzen James and Veo Martin Jon and Linda Morris Ronald and Ruthellyn Musil Family Fund G. Michael Nidiffer, M.D.
Constance O’Brien Sean O’Connor Norton and Mary Ann O’Meara Marjorie O’Sullivan-Revocable Trust Jeanne Oelerich Dr. Jonathan Price Madeline Rice Peter S. Robinson Eva and Timothy Shea Mary Sherry Peter A. Stace Jill Szawara Lenora Turner Pauline A. Viviano Richard Wekerle John Zavislak $100-$499 Margaret A. Baine Laura V. and Everett J. Bell Ms. Nancy Benefield Mrs. Michelle Bentivegna Royal F. Berg Julia Bergner Dr. H. Thomas Blum Eve Borenstein and Candace Falk Richard and Elaine Brennan Sarah Bresniker Robert Bright Lewis Brown Sue Callaghan Charles Catalano II Sarah Cavanaugh Michael and Gail Coie Dr. Lilliam and Dr. Jeff Collmann Daniel and Maria Connolly Kevin & Sarah Croghan Margaret A. Cromwell Barbara Jane Delateur Agnes Dempsey James Depfer III Paul DeSantis Coreen Dicus-Johnson Dr. Paul Dirkes Kathryn Dodson Mark L Dorn Dr. Deirdre Dupre and Dr. Robert Golub Expeditors International Kelly Fairweather Kathleen Farrell Leo and Elizabeth Finn Kathleen Fletemeyer Phil and Sarah Flowers Theodore and Laura Fuger
Bernard F. and Karen M. Gallagher Mark and Mary Gliva Jim and Ann Good Brian Griffiths Pete and Annette Hasbrook Barbara Hasbrook George Hayes Mary Hogan Lucille M. Hornby Elizabeth Huff Eric Immel Karen Johnson Jane Jurkovich Ed and Linda Kaiel Dao Kambara Christa M. Keel Rebecca King William D. Klein Martin Klein Greta Kreuz Matthew Lawton LEAP Innovations Paul Linthorst Helene Pilke & Amy Lipke Charles and Sandra Lizza Joseph and Mary Lucca Dennis and Pam Lucey Jeanne B. Lynch Kathleen Mahoney and John Brophy Robert Mandell David and Mary Grace Martin Joaquin Martinez Brian P. and Lucille M. McCue Frank and Mary McGrath Fred T. McLaughlin Brian D. and Darcy Melton Anonymous Frank Molony Michael and Denise Moran James T. Morley Andrew and Brenda Morris John P. Muller John Muller Sally Nieto Alma O’Brien SFCC Mary-Ann and Edmond O’Connor Mary Alice O’Dowd, M.D. Robert C. O’Sullivan Tim Olson Walter R. Palicki Elizabeth Parr Rev. Brian Paulson Mr. and Mrs. William Paznekas Kathleen Perry James and Barbara Pfau
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Robert P. and Jeanette L. Pfotenhauer Phillip G. Prassas Stacey and Brian Price Charitable Fund Charles and Carole Racansky Patrick Reindel Deacon Vern and Diane Schmitz Rev. Richard J. Shannon Cynthia and Bradley Sharp Christopher Shaw Dr. Jane Sadd Smalec Rev. Raymond Smialowski Susan M. Smith Carol Marston Stanley and Dennis Stanley John Staud Shannon Stumm Nghia Tran Turner Family Fund Brian Umpierre United Way Donald and Natercia Varley Lambert and Eleanore VonBank Christine Wagner Shirley C. Wolfe and Virginia Walczak Phile J. Ward and Claire E. Cunningham Kent & Andrew Weber Steven Weissenburger Dane Werley Marian and Michael Wernicke W. Whelan Frederick Wolf Richard and Michelle Wolfe Clifford and Elizabeth Yeary Nathan Zwillich John P. Foley, S.J. Legacy Fund Radm. Robert and Mrs. Louis Abele Mary C. Buckley Daniel and Karen Considine Endlichhofer Trust Patrick Foley Mark and Mary Gliva Roberta Hannigan Most Rev. Bernard J. Harrington Pete and Annette Hasbrook Lucille M. Hornby Daniel J. Knepper Dennis and Pam Lucey Rich McMenamin and Patty Mulvihill Teresa Moran Jeanne Oelerich Robert and Kathryn Otter Lambert and Eleanore VonBank Mark W. and Florence M. Waznak Richard Wekerle
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2020-2021 Board of Directors
In honor of Chris Beyer Dane Werley In honor of Mary Dorn Mark L. Dorn In honor of John P. Foley, S.J. Marilyn Antonik Joseph and Mary Lucca Roberta Hannigan In memory of Robert J. Foley Joseph and Mary Lucca In memory of Patrick Farrell Kathleen Farrell In honor of Tracy and Joe Keogh Karen Keogh In memory of Dr. Gerardo Marin Eve Borenstein and Candace Falk In honor of John May Elaine Schuster In honor of the Brenda and Andrew Morris Family Jon and Linda Morris In memory of Mary Jo Nyhan Coreen Dicus-Johnson John P. and Kristine L. Nyhan Margaret A. Clark Mary R.and Beatrice M. Ghislandi Willie and Kim Shennett Mariann Wolters Shirley C. Wolfe and Virginia Walczak Richard and Michelle Wolfe Susan E. Behr Ginny Walczak Linda Coleman Joani Pena Riley In memory of George & Josephine Prassas Philip and Maureen Prassas In honor of Paul Purcell Christine and John Bakalar Fred T McLaughlin Roslyn Hill In honor of Henry Joseph Mary Shea, S.J. Eva and Timothy Shea In memory of Alfred C. Stepan Erica Nancy Stepan In honor of Jesuit spirituality and education Jonathan Price In honor of Will Sing for Change Marie Miller
John E. O’Shea | Chair President JCJ Energy Houston, TX
With gratitude for his life of generosity and service, the Cristo Rey Network recognizes the significant contribution of Paul E. Purcell (1946-2020) to our movement and the national Board of Directors. Paul left a legacy of commitment and a strong belief that students’ zip codes should not determine their futures.
Kevin Baine, Emeritus Director Senior Counsel Williams & Connolly, LLP Washington, DC Michael Tadesse-Bell Verbum Dei High School ‘03 Asst. Dean, Retention and Persistence University of San Francisco San Francisco, CA B.J. Cassin, Emeritus Director Venture Capitalist & Philanthropist Los Altos Hills, CA JoAnn Chávez Sr. Vice President and Chief Legal Officer DTE Energy Detroit, MI Kathy Cote Trustee Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School Atlanta, GA Joseph Della Rosa Private Investor Della Rosa Investment Partners Short Hills, NJ John P. Foley, S.J. Chair Emeritus and Chief Mission Officer Cristo Rey Network Chicago, IL Jim Gartland, S.J. Pastor St. Mary Student Parish University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Jane E. Genster Education and Non-Profit Leader Washington, DC Sr. Maryalyce Gilfeather President Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School Lawrence, MA Elizabeth Goettl President and CEO Cristo Rey Network Chicago, IL
Elizabeth Goettl President and CEO
Thomas J. Healey, CFA Partner Healey Development LLC Morristown, NJ
Dan McCallin President and CEO (Retired) Timberline Industries Commerce City, CO
Diana Spencer Executive Director William G. McGowan Charitable Fund Chicago, IL
W. Nicholas Howley Executive Chairman TransDigm Group Incorporated Cleveland, OH
Jeb Myers President Cristo Rey Jesuit High School – Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN
Jose Ubeda Senior Vice President Digital Solutions Expeditors International Seattle, WA
Darren Jackson CEO (Retired) Advance Auto Parts Minneapolis, MN
Tom O’Connor General Partner (Retired) Bear Stearns & Co. Snowmass Village, CO
Kelby Woodard Headmaster Saint Thomas Academy Mendota Heights, MN
Patrick James CEO First Brands Group, LLC Cleveland, OH
James O’Sullivan Chairman (Retired) Canton Drop Forge and Metal Parts and Equipment Winnetka, IL
Martha Wyrsch Energy Consultant Snowmass Village, CO
Preston Kendall President Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep Waukegan, IL José E. Madrid Arrupe Jesuit High School ‘10 Judicial Law Clerk Superior Court of the District of Columbia Washington, D.C. Rev. David Mastrangelo, S.J. Director of Mission and Jesuit Identity Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School Chicago, IL
Chris Perry Partner CIVC Partners Chicago, IL
William C. Young President and CEO Plastipak Holdings, Inc. Plymouth, MI
Christina (Chris) Shea EVP, External Relations (Retired) General Mills Tucson, AZ Leo Sheridan Founder and CEO Advanced Group Chicago, IL
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