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ANNUAL REPORT

2017


OUR MISSION The Emily Krzyzewski Center is a non-profit organization that serves as a college-access hub in Durham, North Carolina, propelling academically-focused, low-income K-12 students and graduates toward success in college through its K to College programs while also offering college information and advising support to any interested high school student through the Game Plan: College program. Through broader facility partnerships, thousands of additional students and community members use the Center as a place to convene, learn, and grow. Founded by Duke Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski and named in honor of his mother Emily, the Center is inspired by Coach K’s own experience as a first generation college student. Our mission is to inspire students to dream big, act with character and purpose, and reach their potential as leaders in the community.


A MESSAGE FROM OUR LEADERSHIP When the Emily Krzyzewski Center first opened in 2006, we had a sense that something really special was going to happen here. Fast forward to today, 11 years later, and we can confidently say that our results and our students’ successes have exceeded even our greatest hopes. Today, the Center serves as a college access hub for all of Durham. We want to help any interested student learn how to become the best college candidate he or she can be, and with our K to College and Game Plan: College programs, we are well on our way to making this a reality. Our K to College programs served

This year’s senior class knocked it out

Game Plan: College celebrated its

226 students this year. 96% of our

of the park. Our 30 seniors earned

first full year of programming

Pioneer Scholars students report that

171 acceptances to 69 different

and served nearly 300 students

they plan to go to college. 100% of

colleges and universities. Collectively,

in workshops and individualized

our Scholars to College students plan

they earned nearly $11 million in

advising sessions. Our Teen Advisors

to enroll.

scholarships and grants.

were a critical element to its success.

We served more students than ever before at the Center this year -- more than 500! It can be hard to pick favorite moments and achievements with so many terrific young people, but we did celebrate two very special firsts. In the fall, we found out that one of our students had been accepted to Duke University and would be attending on a full ride -- our first Duke acceptance and a moment we will all remember. That excitement doubled a few months later when we learned that a second Emily K Center student would be joining him on campus. Another celebratory benchmark was achieved when one of our high schoolers became our first Ivy League student, accepting a full scholarship to attend the University of Pennsylvania. 2017 was an amazing year at the Center, and we can hardly wait to see what is in store next. Thank you for supporting our work and for helping the Center become the place where Durham goes to go to college. Warmly,

Mike Krzyzewski Chair of the Board

Adam Eigenrauch Executive Director


K TO COLLEGE PROGRAMS PIONEER SCHOLARS

Pioneer Scholars ensures that elementary and middle school students are building academic skills, achieving in school, and laying the foundation for future college success. This year, each of our 80 students had the opportunity to participate in up to 865 hours of structured tutoring, enrichment, and leadership programming at the Center.

SCHOLARS TO COLLEGE

Scholars to College ensures that high school students challenge themselves academically and personally, ultimately becoming graduating seniors who are scholarship-eligible and college-ready. This year, 122 students participated in an average of five hours of weekly curriculum-based instruction, individualized advising, tutoring, ACT preparation, and other enrichment activities at the Center.

SCHOLARS ON CAMPUS Scholars on Campus ensures that students successfully transition to higher education by supporting their academic and campus engagement, career planning, and financial responsibility. This year, 24 students participated in workshops, individualized advising, one-on-one campus visits, and a weekend retreat.

ALUMNI

Alumni serve as mentors for our students, ambassadors for the Center, and leaders in their communities. This year, alumni participated in reunions and networking events with their peers and Center supporters, led Q&A panels for current high schoolers, and hosted our students on their college campuses.

CHRIS

Chris, a 3rd grade student at Maureen Joy Charter School, was a new student in the Pioneer Scholars program. Chris made straight-As this year and surpassed all grade-level expectations on the ACT Aspire test. He worked hard every day during the year with his tutors Tarra and Ariel and spent the summer at the Center participating in project-based learning which included the design of a soda bottle ecosystem. He also excelled outside of the classroom, winning our Healthy Habit Award and representing the Center during halftime of a Duke Men’s Basketball game.


JA’CHELLE

Ja’Chelle, a junior at Hillside High School, has been in the Scholars to College program since her freshman year. At Hillside, Ja’Chelle is part of the International Baccalaureate program which will allow her to graduate with college credit. Outside of the classroom, Ja’Chelle stays busy as a member of the National Honor Society, Girl Scouts, the gospel choir and the tennis team. She also worked with Center staff to apply for a full scholarship that allowed her to spend three weeks this summer in Ghana where she volunteered with a local NGO. Ja’Chelle will serve as a Teen Advisor for Game Plan: College in the 2017-2018 school year.

MIRACLE

Miracle, a first-year student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is a member of the Scholars on Campus program. She is pursuing a double major in Sociology and African and African American Diaspora Studies with a minor in Criminology. Miracle is also studying Japanese with plans to study abroad in the spring of 2019. On campus, Miracle holds leadership positions with the Gate City Youth Council NAACP and works part-time. After graduation, Miracle plans to look for a researchbased job that will help her work to create political discourse and bring about equality and equity for everyone.

KLEYSER

Kleyser graduated from North Carolina Central University in May of 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Physics and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Pennsylvania State University’s Material Science and Engineering program. While at NCCU, Kleyser was awarded the Dream STEM Scholarship to study the growth of nanowires and nanowire heterostructures through the vapor-liquid-solid technique. He also served as a Resident Assistant, was an active member of the Centennial Scholars program, and helped form the Raices Club to share Latin American culture on campus. Kleyser is the first of our Emily K Center alumni to pursue a doctorate.


GAME PLAN: COLLEGE PROGRAM

The Game Plan: College program provides information and advising to Durham high school students, ensuring that they have the knowledge and support necessary to apply and enroll in college. The goal of the program is to increase the college enrollment and success rates of low-income students, ultimately changing the long-term economic outcomes for these students and their families. In its first full year of operation, Game Plan: College registered nearly 800 students and served 288 students in workshops and/or college advising sessions.

WORKSHOPS

Workshops are designed to help eliminate college myths and help students better ready themselves for the college application process.

By tackling topics like essay writing, how to fill out the FAFSA, and how to determine which colleges are the best fit, workshops better equip students to consider all their postsecondary options. Workshops are designed to be flexible and are conducted at the Center or within the broader Durham community at churches, schools, or other community groups.

ADVISING SESSIONS

Advising relationships begin with an intake meeting after which students receive support based on their individual needs and goals.

Through advising sessions, students can gain personalized insights and individualized advice geared toward their own college goals. Some students have a singular, meaningful interaction with the program, perhaps just getting feedback on a college essay, while others’ engagement is more extensive and ongoing.

TEEN ADVISORS

Teen Advisors complete a rigorous four-week training and participate in ongoing staff development so they are well-prepared to advise other students.

In addition to the support provided by Game Plan: College staff, a team of Teen Advisors also helps deliver workshops and advising sessions to their peers. This model allows students to connect with someone who is also experiencing the college application process first-hand and proved to be a tremendous asset to the program in year one.


PROGRAM RESULTS

SCHOLARS TO COLLEGE: SENIORS Seniors earned

PIONEER SCHOLARS

100%

Increased their ACT Aspire score in at least one subject

Students who met or exceeded ACT Aspire benchmarks:

171

acceptances to 69 different colleges and universities and

81%

71%

English Pioneer Scholors

99%

41%

Math National Average

10.7MM

$

in scholarships and grants.

SCHOLARS TO COLLEGE

4.2 4 out of 5 students

weighted

are engaged in leadership activities in their schools and communities, averaging 5.3 hours of participation each week

3.6

unweighted

Average GPA

GAME PLAN: COLLEGE We conducted

10

community-based workshops covering: Our signature introduction to the college process

SCHOLARS ON CAMPUS

Creating a College List

An average of

74% of students’ college expenses were covered by scholarships and grants.

Jumpstart

Students on-track to graduate in 4 years or less 100% of Scholars on Campus Students 40% of all college students 10% of their low-income peers

FAFSA

?

Understanding financial aid and FAFSA


OUR COMMUNITY FACILITY PARTNERS

As a member of the Durham non-profit community, the Center enhances the impact of local organizations through Facility Partnerships by serving as a home and resource for non-profits, schools, and community groups as they convene, learn, and grow. This year, more than 60 Facility Partners ran programs, hosted events, and held meetings at the Center, serving more than 1,200 students and community members in an average week.

STAFF

INFINITE SCHOLARS

Infinite Scholars, a first-time Facility Partner, hosted a college scholarship fair at the Center, welcoming more than 19 different schools and 300 students. During the fair, students had the chance to learn more about a variety of colleges and universities and were able to speak directly with admissions officers. Those in attendance left with a better understanding of what is required to gain admittance to certain schools. Some students also discovered new schools that they hadn’t known about before and left excited about new possibilities.

The Center hires well-qualified professionals who are mission-driven and student-focused. This year, more than 45 educators built meaningful relationships with our students while developing and teaching curriculum and providing individualized advising and support.

VOLUNTEERS

Volunteers are skilled and committed community members who leverage their time and talents to support our students and enhance the mission of the Center. This year, 138 volunteers made semester-long commitments to work directly with our students, eight companies and organizations assisted with the operational needs of the Center, and more than 60 individuals provided special event and program support.

SUPPORTERS

The Center is wholly donor-funded, and our students and organization succeed and grow only through the generosity of others. The Center is grateful for the nearly 700 individuals, families, foundations, and corporations that supported our students through financial or in‑kind contributions this year.

KELSEY KORNAUS

Kelsey Kornaus has served as a volunteer tutor with the Pioneer Scholars program for three years. While she began working with sixth grade students, Kelsey transitioned to first graders in her second year and has stayed with the same group of students ever since. She is looking forward to continuing her work with these students and seeing their progress as third graders. Kelsey holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of WisconsinMadison and works as a Senior Scientist at Burt’s Bees in R&D Packaging Development.


JAMES HANKINS II

James Hankins II has served as a staff member and Lead Counselor for the Scholars to College program since 2013. In this role, he helped guide students through high school and the college application and financial aid processes. One of the students he worked with is now attending Emory University on a full ride. When not at the Center, James taught social studies at the Knightdale High School for Collaborative Design. Upon completion of this school year, James left his role in the classroom to pursue a Masters in Education Policy at Harvard University with plans to pursue a career as an advocate for policies that benefit students and teachers.

MIKE AND DIANN BORASKY

Mike and DiAnn Borasky have been supporters of the Center since 2010 when they first attended an Inside Duke Basketball event. While their love for Duke Basketball may have first introduced them to the Center, it is their love for the students and the work that has made them loyal friends. Not only do the Boraskys support the Center financially, they also give of their time. Both Mike and DiAnn have volunteered weekly with our students for the past five years. Their commitment has left an indelible impact on the Center.


OUR SUPPORTERS We are tremendously grateful for the support of the following individuals, foundations, and corporations. Their generosity has allowed the Center to provide life-changing programs and services for Durham students. This list acknowledges gifts given between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 2017. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this listing. If you find an error, please contact the Center at 919-680-0308 or connect@emilyk.org.

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE 25,000+

$

Andrea and Christopher Diamantis F.M. Kirby Foundation Melanie and Jeff Fox Victoria and Justin Gmelich Billy Hult Bobby Kotick Mickie and Mike Krzyzewski Ellen and Doug Lowey Shannon and David Murphy Nike, Inc. Max J. and Winnie S. Rosenshein Foundation Susan Sabiston Nancy Seaman and Alan Schwartz Maggie and Ashok Varadhan Nastaran and Brian Wise Ellie and Michael Ziegler

VISIONARY 10,000– 24,999

$

$

Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc. Joshua Donfeld EmergeOrtho Tammy and Dan Ford Fox Family Foundation, Inc. The Grable Foundation Anne and Richard Grissinger Laura and Gerard Hall Dale and Wayne Holden Kyrie Irving Martha and Bruce Karsh Leadership Team Development, Inc. Kevin Marchetti The Mary A. and John M. McCarthy Foundation Mead Family Foundation Rita and Gerry Musante RTI International Gil Scharf Michelle and Steve Serck Square 1 Bank Scott Stewart Daneen and Charles Stiefel Jane and Kevin White Susan and Jim Yuschak

CHAMPION 5,000–$9,999

$

Lesley and Tom Allin The Beck Group Wendy and Jay Bilas Susan and Michael Bundy Robin and Jim Carey Julie and Joe Carrabino Couch Oil Company of Durham, Inc. Jane and Tom Dimmig Anne and Adrian Dollard Duke Energy Foundation Duke Health Duke Orthopaedic Surgery Duke University Graduate and Professional Student Council Sandy and Steve Frasher Kimberly and Scott Goodwin Byron Hargett C. M. Herndon Foundation Holly and Aaron Hollar Roy A. Hunt Foundation Stefanie and Doug Kahn Randi Lyders and Scott Kindrick Keith Meister Morgan Creek Foundation Pat and Glenn Phillips PNC Foundation Chad Price RBC Wealth Management Susie Lopes and Frank Sobaru Sarah and Paul Sohn Kathy and Jim Tobin Dani and Ted Virtue Pam and Larry Winters


BENEFACTOR 1,000–$4,999

$

Elizabeth and Mack Aldridge Wesley Allen Zena and Ben Alman AlphaMed Cancer Foundation Laura and Alex Angle Vinny Asaro Alana and Andrew Axelrod Larry Ballas Laura and John Barker Hellen Barker Michelle and David Beischer Jonathan Benjamin Marian and Robert Bergdolt Sarah and Chris Bingaman Lane and Jon Blank Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina DiAnn and Mike Borasky Jim Bowman Anne and Bill Bradford Brenntag Mid-South, Inc. Gerry and Philip Brown Mary Lee and Rich Brown Bundy Development Group Inc. Amy and Matt Cantando Randy Chen Circumference Group Lori and Stewart Coates Betsy and Charles Collie Barbara and Joe Collie Kim and Chris Collins Sharon and Larry Crane CT Wilson Construction Co., Inc. DEBLIN, INC. DeHaven’s Transfer & Storage Diamond Hill Investments Charitable Foundation Fund Caroline Dixon Jenny and Brian Dougherty Deborah Becker and Bob Drake Victoria and Porter Durham Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Company Matt Dyer Kathi and Steve Eason Eno Ventures, LLC Sonny Falcone Martha Head and Doc Feagin Stacey Marshall and Dan Feldstein Robert Fernandez Erica and Alejandro Fernandez Fidelity Investments Brandie Fintchre

Alaina and Keith Fournier Elizabeth Bullitt and Allan Friedman Mary Ann and Herbert Fuchs Jinan and Francis George Cheri and Phil Geraffo Grant Gilliam Tona and Peter Gilmer Google Fiber Olive and Lew Greenwald Annaliese and Will Gresham Nancy and Don Grigg Lisa Powell and Steve Hancock David Hatfield Dianne and Gary Hayden Maureen and Andy Helzer Alice and Trig Horton Alexa and Ward Horton Svati Shah and Patrick Hranitzky Marilyn and Salim Idriss Jeanie and Bob Ingram Sara Blakely and Jesse Itzler Kara Henderson Jeffries and Perry Jeffries Jewelsmith, Inc. Joanne Johnson Larry Jones Kevin Kennedy Kennon Craver PLLC Grant Kessman John King Michael Koch Robyn and Derek Krueger Amy and Chico Kurzawski Peter Lange Rob Lawson Grace and Kenneth Lee Beth and Leland Little Mary and Robert Long Erin and Brian Mackler Laura and Dan Magid Martha and Byron Matthews Jill and Brian Matticola Joanne and John McCallie Margy and Mike McCormick Caryn and Brian McGrath Michelle and Brad McKee Lyell and Brian McMerty Jennifer Lang and Peter Micelli Trina and Ty Miller E. A. Morris Charitable Foundation Sharon and Mickey Morton Danielle and David Mossé Tammi Brooks and Don Mueller Lynn McMahon and Garry Munson

Meredith and Mark Nathan Tammy and Gary Newell Sue and Lee Noel Tara Mark and Geoff Oltmans Ann Reed and John Paat Packaging Corporation of America Pappas Ventures Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP Betsy and Barry Pea Pi Beta Phi Foundation Janie and James Pittman Sara and Dave Pottenger Jay Quinn RBC Foundation Kim and Ashok Reddy Monica and John Resch Pauline Robinson Rogers Family Estate Rotary Club of Durham Susan and David Ruch Ellen Ann Ryan Lee and Steve Sachs Phyllis and Eric Savage Debbie and Peter Savarino Lisa and Aaron Schmidt Kelly and Eric Seidel Silverback Foundation Inc. Chris Sobecki Jamie and Chris Spatola Jean Spaulding Sports Endeavors, Inc. Lisa Ho and Paul Suhocki SunTrust Steven Suttle Barbara and Joe Thomas Paul Tobin Beth Traynham Karen and Neal Tripplett True Blue Volunteer Crew Maureen Bauer and Keith Volmar Jana and Kirk Wagenseller Carol and Jack Walker Carol and Brad Walters Elizabeth and Adam Wanee Debbie and Carlyle White Stacey and Mark Williams Betsy and Palmer Williams Stephanie and John Wilson Jeanette and Don Yaeger Cathy and Sam Yancy Diane and Wayne Yawn


SUSTAINER 500–$999

$

Marie Abbruzzese Active 20-30 of Durham Raleigh Sara and Ranjit Ahluwalia Paul Alleyne Garrett Anderson Amy Murtha and Robert Badlam L’Tanya Bailey Marybeth and Dan Barrett Judy and Bob Bartlett Adam Bayroff Rocky Bennett Amy and Brad Bisig Jason Blust Wendy Brooks and Gus Borda Carolyn Borden Erica Bossen Wolf and Matt Wolf Taylor and Lamar Bradbury Jennifer Brewer Rick Brown Jill and Stephen Buckley Julie and Mike Byerley Kanika and Jeff Capel Nancy and AJ Carr William Carrington Katie and Matthew Cathcart Mandy Martin-Chap and Alan Chap Patty and Ira Cheifetz Ruzha and Clif Cleaveland Martha Ann Keels and Dennis Clements Francie and Steve Condon Russel Cook Paige and Mike Cragg Nancy and Pete Crowell Sharon and Greg Currie De and Kenneth Cutshaw Mary Sue and James Davis Jo Ann and Bob DeClercq Delta Sigma Phi Brenda and Dan Devin Nancy and Dennis Dougherty Debbie and Richard Droshe Leslie and Zach Earles Timothy Edwards Matt Estes Scott Ethridge Jan and Robert Fitch Ashley and Andy Freedman

Joanne Kurtzberg and Henry Friedman Sejal and Mayank Gala Nancy and Gary Gardner Carlos Gavilla Ashley and Tyler Gieseking Nana and Jamie Guerra HackDuke Margaret Hansen Michael Harf Julie and Jay Harris Jim Harris Hannah Harvey Cindy and Ben Hill Aaron Hodnett Michael Horton Alan Kessman Robin and Kenny King Ann and Bill Kirkland Mary and Paul Klotman Raya and Clif Knight Pat and John Koskinen Kris Bass Engineering Anne and Geoffrey Krouse Jennifer and Ezra Kucharz Cara and Marshall Kuremsky Amanda and Steve Lacoff Diane Evia-Lanevi and Ingemar Lanevi Candice Lee Shahar Link David Linn Carolyn London Mary Maher Joe Makolandra Joseph McCormick Mary Ann and Moe Mlynski Lynne and Tee Moorman Thelma and Jim Mueller Jomin Mujar Julie and Darren Mulliniks Jill and Zac Newell Darby and Randy Nichols Anne-Caroline and Derek Norman Mary and Miles Palmer Kay and Jay Peters Eva and Matthew Pezzimenti Jason Phelps Marjorie and David Pierson Brandon Pike Hugh Preas Dan Provenzano Harriet and Garrett Putman

Sybil Pye and Henry Williams Patricia Raybould Jason Roberts Judy and Neil Robinson Shelley Roby Bobby Rosenbloum Ann and Shep Rosenblum Chris Rowland Laura and Scott Ryan Michelle and Adam Sanborn Hanna and Scott Sanoff Amy and Ken Schaefer Mort Schulman Jennifer Selig Phiroze Sethna Dianna and Sidharth Shah Peter Shire Kim and Will Silver Katelyn and Corey Smith State Employees Combined Campaign Frances Dyer and Jim Stewart Maura Sullivan Ann and Dean Taylor Tyrone Thomas James Tillman Lindsey and Nicholas Viens Randall Ward Renee and Tim Ward Essie and Peter Weiss Dena and Brandon West Alice Lockhart and Tom White Alison and Van White Ginny and Andy Widmark Rosa and Andrew Williams Doris Rouse and Blake Wilson Ruby Wilson Candice and Manny Winston Blake Woolard Patricia Workman Troy Worrell Siobhan and Craig Wulff Robin and Mike Zafirovski Jennifer and Serge Zwikker

ADVOCATE 250–$499

$

Mandy and Clayton Bailey Joe Bales Sharon Barasch Adrienne and Ken Baroff Trish and Rick Bean Frank Besosa

Jason Best Lou Beth and Cash Birdwell Rhonda and Kevin Brandon Kelley Bremer Laurie and Bill Brightly Dorothy Browne Morgan and Jeremy Bullock Jason Bysina James Cheek Cisco Ann Claypoole Lee Anne and Mike Contarino Renee and Tom Cox John Cranford Sue and Dennis Cullen Blakely and Matthew Cunningham Beth Dees Ellen Donovan Crowley Duke School Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership Durham Sports Club Laurin and James Easthom Eddie Falcone Lisa and Guido Ferrari Jared Findlater Alice and Don Fish Jane and Parks Freeze Katie and Michael Galbraith Sue Ann and Donald Glower Evan Grubb Susan Ross and Tom Hadzor Lee Hark Erica and Todd Hill Amy and Jon Jensen Betty Kenan Tom Kenan Jackie Olich and Andrew Kennedy Lisa and Richard Kent Nicole and Paul Kerner Kerstin and Jack Kimel Nina and Rick King Corey Klein Frank Kross Bryan Lewis Shelli Lieberman Sharon Lipscomb Lauren and Scott Lobel Duston Locklear Donna and Megan Mancusi Amy and Chris Mangum Joshua Mason


Dan Matthews Jo and Sy Mauskopf Layne McCabe Janet Menarcheck Sanyin Siang and Chad Miller Donna Faw and Jay Miller Greg Milliner Michael Miltiades Carman and Nate Moody Brianti Murray Peggy and John Murray Mark Newton Susan and Tom Owens K.A. Parry, Sr. PayPal Giving Fund Greg Perreault Michael Pezzimenti Jane and Harry Phillips Piedmont Investment Advisors LLC Erik Polanco Bryson Powell Dawn and Daniel Pratt Laura and Derek Price Nancy Pritikin Mary Ann and Joe Ramage Hope Rana Wendy and Josh Roby Kristy and Brett Rosenberg Darielle Ruderman Timothy Ryan Ann Marie and Christopher Saternus Marcelle and Jon Scheyer Jules and Bob Schotzinger Robert Schweitzer Marietta Seaford Betty and Bill Seddon Nathan Shankel Rhine Sharpe Leslie and Ian Silvers Jerry Singleton Lori and Nick Slagle Susan White and Brian Smith Sharilyn and Mike Smith Jasmine and Queron Smith Allison Smitten John Story Anne and Robert Sullivan Ben Swain Nikhil Taneja LeTerrin Thomas Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin Muff and Jim Urbaniak

Christopher VanHaight Kathy and Rick Wagoner Paige Ward Courtney and Joshuah Weikart Natalia Diaz and Paul Weisenfeld Renee and Devon Wilkins Edwin Williams Patsy and William Willimon Austin Wimbley Cheryl Coffey and Gene Wojciechowski Lynne and Michael Wolitzer Amy and Jonathan Woodard Mary and Spike Yoh

FRIEND

UP TO $249

Jason Abbott Carole Anne and Welch Agnew Naeem Al-Obaidi Amazon Smile Foundation Isabel and Robert Anderson Oscar Anton William Anzenberger Sara and Billy Askey Ayo Atewologun Connie Atkins Vickie and Charlie Atwater Victor Barahona Mary and Russell Barringer Judith and Bill Bell Mary and Mel Berlin Susan and Brad Berndt Molly Bierman Justin Bogart Mike Bowen Marie and James Bowie Shelly and Robert Bowman Nicky and Matthew Boyer Nathan Bragg Sarah and Conor Brockett Tom Brodsky Sarah Brody Sarah and Brady Bryant William Buchanan Devin Buell Debbie Bui Anne Williams and John Burness Jane Caffrey Amber Camper Marco Campos Kerry and Jed Carlson

Jean and Denis Carroll Sharon and Jeff Castina Igor Chernomzav Amanda and Carl Clodfelter Sandra and Harvey Cohen Drusilla Colby Branan Cooper Dana Corcoran Kim Costello Erin Courtney Michele Cox Emily and Dustin Cripe Dan Daily Andrea Daniel Mark Daquipa Becky and Matt Dees Robert Dees Amy Deshler Sara and Darrell Dodgens Tammy and George Dorfman Donna Culhane and Wayne Eberenz Carol and Gary Eiber Jenny and Adam Eigenrauch Jackie Ernst Whitney and Fred Farris Fuzzy Fendrick Shirley Few Stanley Fleurissaint Robert Foy Janice Cole and Bill Francis Abigael Gamache Lauren Gardner Aaron Georges Jeremy Gilligan Kerri and Jay Glatting Adriana and Brandon Godsey Carrick and Richard Goldner Jessica and Jovanny Gonzalez Beth and Jim Gray Ed Hanson Lara and Stillman Hanson Trena and Richard Hawkins Bryan Haywood Elaine and Ken Hazen Ken Heffner Andrea Henry Matthew Hilton Quoc Ho Jake House Ann Howell Polly and Davis Howser Brianna Huffman Gregory Hutchins


IBM Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign Cathy Johnson Bob Kahn Nahale and Nondas Kalfas Sameer Kamath Kathryn and Robert Kampe Richard Kaplan Linda and Frank Kasprzak Kenneth Kirkman Susan and Michael Kline Kelly and Ben Koch Scott Koliander Isabel and Norman Krause Pat Krzyzewski Ruturaj Kulkarni Jeff LaMere Virginia and Stephen Lang Yan Qiao and Adam Lang Libby Lang Gayle Larson Law Offices of James Scott Farrin Bethany Lee Joanne and Rodger Liddle Abby and Duran Link Andrew Lipman Anne and Danny Lloyd Derrick Lockhart Tonya and John Lord Kenneth Lyons Kelly and John Mackay Steve Marciw Angela Marion Carolyn and Randy Marsh Heather and Aman Marstiller Melissa Daubert and Robin Matthews Alice Mauroner Mary Kay Delaney and Fritz Mayer Gale McCarty Tara and Matt McCleskey Holly and Leno Mendoza Aris Michalopoulos Norb Mikos Anne Morris Meg and Clint NeSmith Nicole and Todd Newton Katelyn and Ryan Nicholson Katie Kennedy and Andy Noel Diane and Steve Olson Wendy and Robert Opotzner Holly and Sean Pankuch Sarah and Josh Parker Mary and Alan Parry Carter Paxton Adam Peel Melissa Peloquin

Jodi and David Perez Leah and Chris Privett Melissa and Terry Rains Aekta Raja and Manesh Patel Dagma and Richard Rider Anna and Chris Rosati Alfred Ross Ele and David Ross Areli and Jacob Ruesch Matthew Saternus Brandy and Ryan Satterfield Lao Rubert and Steve Schewel Stacey and Don Schlitz Marie and Ryan Schmerge Donna and Bill Schutsky Betty and Larry Selsky Rachel Shack Carol and Bob Shepard Khalid Shibeika Jennifer and Mark Simpson Beth and Mike Sketch Amy and Thomas Smith Amber Snyder Ben Speller Lorri Spicer Kelli Dugan and John St. Clair Susan and Wayne Stanislawski Mary Ellen and Craig Steiger Nancy and Will Stephens M.J. Hall and Jay Stobbs David Tatum Marcus Terdik Susan and Jim Terzian Ellen Tobin Lynn and Logan Toms Patrick Toothaker Martha Uzzle Lupe Vasquez Matthew Walker Carole Warner Dottie and Bucky Waters Stefan Weiler Linda Wheeler Newt Williams Gennelle Wilson Rita and Robert Wilson Janelle and Tony Wimbish Caitlyn and Ricky Winters Kirk Wisher Mary and Ed Wojciechowski Mark Woodward Elizabeth and Will Yancy Kaye and Timothy Yokely Sandy and Aaron York Barbara and Bob Yowell

GIFTS IN-KIND & PRO BONO SERVICES

A Better Image Printing Autumn & Alabaster LLC Gene Banks BB&T Insurance Services, Inc. Book Harvest Cary Brege Devin Brown Bronto Software Carolina Hurricanes Sylvia Cash Michael Chapman Randy Chen Carmen Clarke Barbara and Joe Collie Corus360 Davidson College Duke Dance Expressions Duke Ultimate Duke University Men’s Basketball Durham Catering Company Carrie Dwarshak James Edwards Ted Fiske Michael Flynn Ellen Michelson and Mike Giarla Harris Beverages Hog Heaven Bar-B-Q Barbara Hummel-Rossi IBM Corporation Ingold Tire JAB Produce Vonne Jacobs Kevin Kennedy Leadership Team Development, Inc. Jane Malec McKinney Nasdaq National Park Trust Jessica Newman Marjorie and Russell Newman Nike, Inc. Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP RTI International Susan Sabiston Mike Sauls Alan Schwartz Anne and Ralph Smitten Something Blue Photography St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Roxanne Thompson Turner Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club Angela Wilson Brian and Nastaran Wise Gordon Woodruff WORX Branding


FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Center is committed to transparency, responsible financial stewardship, and long-term sustainability. Detailed financial statements are available on our website.

Mike Krzyzewski Chair and Founder Duke University

Barry Pea

Jamie K. Spatola

Adam Eigenrauch

Queron Smith

Vinny Asaro

EXPENSES

LeFrak

Michelle Beischer

Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,635,532

Barbara Collie

Dana Corcoran

Mike Cragg

Diane Evia-Lanevi

Brandie Fintchre

Kip Frey

E. Wayne Holden

Susan Sabiston

Debbie K. Savarino

Sanyin Siang

Jim Stewart

Jim Tobin

Christopher VanHaight

E. Jack Walker

FUNDING SOURCES Rental and Program Income. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $77,301 Contributions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,633,292 In-Kind Contributions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $288,311

Secretary Attorney

Executive Director

Investment Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $195,787 Total Income. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,194,691

Fundraising. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $207,176

Community Volunteer

Management and General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $310,926

Vice Chair Author

Treasurer The Redwoods Group

Community Volunteer

Ex Officio Immaculata Catholic School

Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,153,634

OTHER NET ASSETS

Duke University

Operating Fund and Reserves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,654,713 Maintenance Reserve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $411,029 Total Endowment Funds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,151,665

Sources of Income

Program Expenses

First Citizens Bank

RTI International

Duke University

33% Events

40% Scholars to College

32% Individuals

30% Pioneer Scholars

20% Corporations

15% Facility Partners

10% Foundations

5% Scholars on Campus

5% Programs and Rentals

10% Game Plan: College

Stewart Investment Properties, Inc.

Ex Officio Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

The Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic Students

Duke University

Community Volunteer

Duke University’s Fuqua/ Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics

Ignite Social Media

Walker Lambe, PLLC


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