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IMPACT REPORT

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OUR MISSION Genesys Works provides pathways to career success for high school students in underserved communities through skills training, meaningful work experiences, and impactful relationships.

OUR VISION We envision a future when all youth finish high school equipped and empowered with the knowledge and skills required to achieve career success and a lifetime of economic self-sufficiency.

Pictured on front cover: Juan Quiroz, student at Northside High School and intern at Targa Resources

Photography Credit: Nathan Lindstrom


Dear Friends, As I reflect on our fifteenth year, with its achievements and challenges, I am especially grateful for our Genesys Works community. Together, we have provided pathways for many students to realize their full potential. Because of you, high school students like Vanessa (featured on page 6) learn that it is not too late to aim for college, and program alumni like Jose (featured on page 8) know that career success is attainable. All they needed was the opportunity they found through Genesys Works. Genesys Works started in 2002 with only 10 students and one corporate partner. Fifteen years later, in 2017, more than 1,800 Houston-area students have experienced journeys like those of Vanessa and Jose. With your help, more motivated young people will know the joy of meaningful work with our valued corporate partners, receive the support of dedicated school champions, and look forward to college and career with new vision and purpose. Houston has been through a lot this year. Hurricane Harvey left in its wake both incredible hardship and an amazing outpouring of support. Now more than ever, your continued dedication to our mission means so much. You are truly making a difference in the lives of young people like Vanessa and Jose, and the hundreds more students we will serve this year and beyond. Thank you for being a part of our movement.

MARIAN DAVENPORT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GENESYS WORKS HOUSTON

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Pictured: Juan Benitez Ulloa, student at Alief Hastings High School and intern at Williams, with his supervisor Richard De La Haya


CONNECTING MOTIVATION WITH OPPORTUNITY WHERE TOMORROW’S WORKFORCE BEGINS

At Genesys Works, we envision a future when all youth finish high school equipped and empowered with the knowledge and skills required to achieve career success and a lifetime of economic self-sufficiency. But for students growing up in underserved communities, they often don’t know what career opportunities exist nor do they realize that a professional career is attainable, putting them on a path toward under-employment and not reaching their true potential. Through a powerful combination of skills training, mentoring, and impactful work experiences, Genesys Works opens an exciting new pathway to career success for motivated students. By connecting youth with the opportunity to succeed in a professional work environment while still in high school, students graduate with increased confidence, marketable job skills, elevated career aspirations, and an actionable plan for postsecondary success. Working together, we can provide more life-changing opportunities for talented young individuals throughout Houston.

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OUR IMPACT

Genesys Works not only helps students see that a professional career is within reach, we arm them with the skills and opportunities to achieve their college and career goals.

STUDENTS SERVED

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1,286

STUDENTS TRAINED: 289 INTERNS EMPLOYED: 176 ALUMNI SERVED: 821

98%

STUDENTS OF COLOR

82%

QUALIFY FOR FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH

84%

FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS

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3%

2%

MULTIRACIAL / OTHER

WHITE

6%

ASIAN

66%

LATINO

23%

AFRICAN AMERICAN


OUR MODEL

STUDENT OUTCOMES

95% ENROLL IN COLLEGE 65%

GRADUATED OR STILL ENROLLED IN COLLEGE

Genesys Works achieves its mission through four interlocking program components:

SKILLS TRAINING

MEANINGFUL INTERNSHIP

8 weeks of skills training the summer before senior year of high school

1,000 hours in a paid year-long corporate internship

COLLEGE & CAREER COACHING

ALUMNI SUPPORT

3.5x

STUDENTS EARN A FOUR YEAR DEGREE THE RATE OF COMPARISON GROUP MEDIAN EARNINGS OF EMPLOYED ALUMNI

$45-50k

SOCIAL IMPACT

13x

SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Ongoing support to help students achieve college and career success

60 hours of counseling on college and career pathways

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HELPING STUDENTS REALIZE THEIR TRUE POTENTIAL As a young teen, Vanessa struggled to make good choices. After suffering a serious head injury, she felt abandoned by her friends and battled anger and depression. A sudden moment of clarity caused Vanessa to begin picking up the pieces and focusing on the future. As she strove to prove to others she had changed, Vanessa found that her old habits and poor grades excluded her from opportunity after opportunity. When Vanessa was accepted by Genesys Works, she recognized the chance to gain valuable skills, experience, and college counseling. “Genesys Works was the one organization that didn’t just see the black and white of the ‘old Vanessa’.” Vanessa earned an internship with Service Corporation International and was nominated for the prestigious Posse Scholarship. She is applying to colleges with confidence, knowing she has a bright future and the continued support of her Genesys Works family.

$10k

AVERAGE STUDENT EARNINGS DURING SENIOR YEAR

“I was determined to change – and Genesys Works gave me the chance that I needed. Genesys Works recognized my potential and awarded me with an internship.” VANESSA LOPEZ YOUNG PROFESSIONAL, SCI SENIOR, SHARPSTOWN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

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“The interns bring valuable contributions to our ongoing capital growth strategy and in return the interns leave with the experience and confidence to make a difference in their communities.” EVAN KIRCHEN VP ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION, WILLIAMS YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SHANTAYE JONES, ELSIK HIGH SCHOOL, AND ELVIS CASTILLO, ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

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CORPORATE PARTNERS SUPPORT GENESYS WORKS

Williams has been a valued corporate partner since 2009, providing meaningful internships, charitable donations, and leadership volunteers on our Board of Directors. Students at Williams work 1,000 hours and become important members of the team, taking on significant projects that positively impact the company. Richard De La Haya, an intern supervisor since 2013 says, “The program works. Students typically come to Williams shy and almost intimidated. When they leave the program, they are transformed, displaying great confidence and strategically planning for their future.” Williams has provided work experiences to 55 interns and has donated nearly $100,000 to our program to date. In addition, our champions help us spread the word of our program beyond their company. Williams exemplifies the ideal corporate partnership and continues to be a leader in the Genesys Works movement.

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BUILDING COMMUNITIES THAT WORK Jose was born in Mexico and moved to the United States at age ten. Jose had to work extra hard and spent years learning English in school. His parents did not attend college, so Jose grew up without anyone to guide him as he looked beyond high school. His determination to attend college brought Jose to Genesys Works, where he received college counseling that he found invaluable. In his internship, he discovered that the skills he learned in summer training impressed his Reliant Energy co-workers—so much so that his supervisor asked him back to work during college. They eventually hired him full-time after he graduated from the University of Houston. Jose now works at Dynegy, just a few blocks away from where he got his start at Reliant. Jose is a valued member of Dynegy’s IT team and is excited to continue growing in his career.

821

NUMBER OF ALUMNI SERVED BY GENESYS WORKS IN 2017

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“My internship gave me a chance to develop professionally. I would not be where I am in my career today, if it weren’t for Genesys Works.” JOSE DEHUMA CLASS OF 2006


“Genesys Works helps interns see that there is more that they can do. It shows them a world they may have never considered and can change the life course for them and their families.” SCHOOL CHAMPIONS LAURA OMORUYI ALIEF TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL, JULIE MCREE ALIEF HASTING HIGH SCHOOL YOUNG PROFESSIONALS STEPFANIE DE LA MORA, CECILIA MARTINEZ-TAYLOR, AND MONTSERRAT GERONIMO

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SCHOOL PARTNERS SUPPORT GENESYS WORKS

School champions are an integral part of Genesys Works’ program, serving as the main liaisons within our partner schools to ensure their students’ success in the program. Like all of our school champions, Ms. Omoruyi and Ms. McRee are dedicated to the work and mission of Genesys Works, ensuring that their students submit their applications in a timely manner and encouraging those students accepted to the program throughout the year. Ms. Omoruyi can personally attest to the value of impactful relationships for high school students: she is a former student of Ms. McRee. Now they work together at their respective Alief ISD schools to promote Genesys Works to more students. As they increase student applications and persistence through the program, they celebrate each of their students’ successes with enthusiasm. Ms. Omoruyi and Ms. McRee are truly a dynamic duo and wonderful champions for Genesys Works and for their students.

ALIEF TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

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GENESYS WORKS HOUSTON 2017 FEBRUARY

Genesys Works received a $100,000 Touchdown Houston Grant from the Greater Houston Community Foundation in celebration of Super Bowl LI.

Our friends at Chase Bank hosted a reception to introduce Genesys Works to their clients.

APRIL

Steven Klineberg of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research spoke to an intimate reception of Genesys Works supporters and friends.

MAY

We celebrated the Class of 2017’s induction into the Genesys Works Alumni Program.

JULY

107 volunteers from corporations all over Houston came together for Mock Interview Day.

Myrtle Jones celebrates Touchdown Houston

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AUGUST

HIGHLIGHTS

The Genesys Works family sprang in to action when Houston and its surrounding area were struck by Hurricane Harvey, raising a quarter of a million dollars for student and staff relief.

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

Kicking off the celebration of our 15th Anniversary Year, Genesys Works’ friends and supporters came together for a wine tasting at The Tasting Room.

Genesys Works celebrated the Class of 2018’s completion of Summer Training and the beginning of their internships with our Breaking Through Ceremony.

15th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION To celebrate 15 years of impact, a group of friends, staff, supporters, and partners came together on October 17, 2017 at the Hilton Americas Hotel. Chaired by Robert Flexon, Genesys Works Board member and CEO of Dynegy, the event successfully raised over $800,000 in support of Genesys Works.

DECEMBER The Genesys Works Houston staff held their annual Staff Giving Campaign with 93% participation!

15th Anniversary Wine Tasting, Robert Flexon with Catherine and Brian James

Breaking Through speaker, Laura Delgado


2017 NATIONAL 3,931 students served

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school partners

corporate partners

$8.1M

total dollars earned by interns

 2008 TWIN CITIES

2013 BAY AREA

2010 CHICAGO

SCALING our impact.

 2016 NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

2002 HOUSTON

$1

invested

Genesys Works: A National Social Enterprise

$13.46

economic return

2017 was another outstanding year of growth and impact thanks to the generous support of our school, corporate, and community partners. It also marked our fifteenth year of programming, a milestone recognized by celebrating the success of the thousands of students we’ve placed into life-changing work experiences over that time. I am incredibly proud of what we’ve collectively achieved in our first fifteen years and look forward to even greater levels of success in the years to come. As we look to the future, our primary goals are quite simple – we want to serve more students, and we want to serve them better. This means continued growth in our five current sites as well as expansion into new cities across the country. It also means adopting new ways to guide and support students on their own individual journeys towards the economic mainstream. Working together, we can empower tens of thousands of students to achieve career success and create the skilled workforce our country needs for continued economic prosperity. We are proud to be your partners in this important work. With gratitude,

in student extra lifetime earnings, social gains, internship earnings, and leveraged resources

RAFAEL ALVAREZ

FOUNDER AND CEO GENESYS WORKS

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CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF IMPACT 7

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2017 marked Genesys Works’ 15th anniversary. Starting in 2002 with only ten students, we now serve over 3,000 students annually. Here are just a few of the remarkable individuals who are living testaments to how just one opportunity can change a life. Read their stories; genesysworks.org/15for15.

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HECTOR AVELLANEDA / CLASS OF 2003, HOUSTON

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MAYRA PEREZ / CLASS OF 2004, HOUSTON

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ABRAHAM OBREGON / CLASS OF 2005, HOUSTON

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JOSE DEHUMA / CLASS OF 2006, HOUSTON

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TOMEI RICHARD / CLASS OF 2007, HOUSTON

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VANESSA NUÑEZ / CLASS OF 2008, HOUSTON

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SOU YANG / CLASS OF 2009, TWIN CITIES

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DIONNE GRIFFIN / CLASS OF 2010, TWIN CITIES

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MANUEL ROBLES / CLASS OF 2011, CHICAGO

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IYESHA THORNTON, / CLASS OF 2012, CHICAGO

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JARITZA VERDIN / CLASS OF 2013, CHICAGO

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KATERYN RAYMUNDO / CLASS OF 2014, BAY AREA

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MICHELLE VILLAGRAN / CLASS OF 2015, BAY AREA

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NIMO MOHAMED / CLASS OF 2016, TWIN CITIES

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LIDYA ETISSA / CLASS OF 2017, NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

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RAFAEL ALVAREZ / FOUNDER AND CEO, GENESYS WORKS

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OUR CORPORATE

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PARTNERS

We want to thank the following companies for their years of support in providing life-changing opportunities to our young professionals.


ADDITIONALLY, WE WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE LYONDELLBASELL FOR THEIR PARTNERSHIP.

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THANK YOU SUPPORTERS $500,000+

The Powell Foundation

$100,000+

Michael and Susan Dell Foundation †^ Greater Houston Community Foundation

$50,000+

The Brown Foundation Wayne Duddlesten Foundation† The John Eckel Foundation GE Power Systems JPMorgan Chase Foundation^ Halliburton Harvey R., Jr. and Patricia W. Houck Foundation* Rockwell Fund SIM Houston

$25,000+

Accenture Credit Suisse Dynegy Enaxis Consulting, LP EY Genesys Works Twin Cities† Goldman Sachs Houston Area Women’s Center Lazard Freres MD Anderson Foundation

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Genesys Works is able to make a difference in the lives of the students we serve because of our generous supporters.

Morgan Stanley PJT Partners RBC Capital Markets Texas Children’s Hospital White & Case LLP Williams

$10,000+

AIG Baker Botts Bank of America Barclays BNP Paribas CenterPoint Energy CFP Foundation Charah, LLC Crédit Agricole Roberto and Claudia Contreras* Deutsche Bank George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation HEB Tournament of Champions Hines Myrtle Jones* King & Spalding KPMG John P. McGovern Foundation McGriff, Seibels & Williams Elaine and Ray Messer*† MUFG Power and Utilities Mike and Lynn Preston* Susan and Fayez Sarofim* Skadden Arps TransCanada

$5,000+

Best Buy Foundation Boardwalk Pipeline Partners David and Linda Castaneda*† Chapelwood United Methodist Women Community Health Choice Cushman & Wakefield Marian Davenport*† Gallant Matt and Janet Heath*† Houston Methodist Richard and Elizabeth Husseini* Catherine and Brian James* J.P. Morgan Securities Robert and Elise Flexon* Kinder Morgan Foundation Evan and Bess Kirchen* Latham & Watkins LifeGift Marek Family Foundation* Mistras Group National College Access Network Bruce and Karen Northcutt* Pauline Altman-Goldstein Foundation Laura and Will Robertson* Scott and Stephanie Silvas* Spectra Energy TPC Group Hilary Ware and Bob Tucker* Walter P Moore Wortham Insurance Youths’ Friends Association

$1,000+

AAMA Mario Alonso* Charles and Amy Alvarez* Andrews Kurth Kenyon Evelyn and Frank Angelle* Hector and Gabby Avellaneda* Bank of America Merrill Lynch Drs. Julie and Marc Boom* Carolyn Burke* Julius Cox* Martin Daley* Myra and DiCarlos Davis* Dean Ellis* Ethos Energy First Tennessee Bank Clint Freeland* Herman Family Fund Houlihan Lokey Kevin Howell* Paul and Jean Krueger* Tracy and Ken Janda* Gene and Lyna Janiszewski* Hank Jones* Mike Jones* Jerry and Laura Lasco* Kilbride Family Charitable Fund Korn Ferry Linbeck Kris and Richard McGee* Rodney McMahan* Wendy and John Del Mixon*

*Denotes Leadership Society member † Denotes Hurricane Harvey Student Relief Fund ^ Denotes multi-year gift


Funder Spotlight:

MICHAEL & LYNN PRESTON Meredith Moore* Elisabeth Nash* Scott Pharr* Christopher Robinson* Schiff Hardin LLP Sheree Petrone* John Swilling* TayganPoint Consulting Group Scott and Sarah Van Beck* Weatherford Kathleen and Pat Wood III* Zaxby’s Houston, LLC

$500+

Hilary Ackerman Lee B. Bahl Amod Bavare Brandon and Stacie Bingham Shannon Brown Elizabeth Campbell Mick Cantu Corporate Care Twila Day Senn Delaney Linda Field Hewlett Packard Joy Horak-Brown James Horsch Brian Hungerford Elizabeth and Richard Husseini Janis Jarosz Tara Khanna

Sabrina Kinney Shelby Mathew Ann Manix and Bob Cramer Barbara and Jim Metcalf Newfield Exploration Joe Osborne Thomasine Pantazis Sheri Roberts Gary Russell Tiffany Sammis Mike Schaffner Michael Sharp Lori Spilde TIRR Memorial Herman Daniel Thompson Jane B. Wagner Stephen Webster John Phil Williamson Karyl and Charles White

For a full list of our donors, please visit genesysworks.org/gwhinvestors

“Genesys Works is an investment in a movement that changes lives, creates first chapters for individuals and families and connects our youth and our corporations while creating the future workforce.”—MIKE PRESTON Mike and Lynn Preston first got involved with Genesys Works through Mike’s company, Accenture. Mike recognized the impact that Genesys Works interns were having on the company and on the employees they worked with – himself included. In his service on our Board of Directors from 2011 to 2017, including 2 years as Board Chair, he has worked tirelessly to increase internships at Accenture and at their client companies. He has also secured generous charitable dollars from Accenture. As Genesys Works was growing its individual major donor base, Mike and Lynn became founding members of the Genesys Works Leadership Society. The Leadership Society has grown from its founding 15 members to nearly 50, and individual giving has increased more than 700% in just four years. Mike and Lynn are a shining example of the transformation more and more of our partners undergo each year – from corporate champion to personal donor.

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THANK YOU SUPPORTERS HURRICANE HARVEY In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, 226 generous supporters donated $328,000 to Genesys Works students and staff who were affected by the storm. We are sincerely grateful to all those who donated to the emergency relief fund.

$100,000+

Bromley Charitable Trust

$10,000+

Anonymous Genesys Works Twin Cities Rebuild Texas Fund Strada Education Network Wayne Duddlesten Foundation

$1,000+

Michael Abbey Rafael & Stephanie Alvarez ECMC Foundation Scott Garrett Karen Grabow & Keith Halperin Larry Heath Matt and Janet Heath Steven Kean Martin Leestma Elaine & Ray Messer Per Scholas Eduardo Rovira 18

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Miriam Esteve and Gary Schermerhorn Philip Soran TransUnion

$500+

Karen Alvarez Michael Bradley Linda Castaneda Ray Elias Michael S. Faino Kupor Family Trust David Robertson Beth Shiroishi

$200+

Sally Carlson Bill Cole Mitch Davenport Marian Davenport Stephanie Epps Bob Giannino Alexander Hahn John Hogan Paul & Christopher Irwin-Dudek Brian Joseph Ennis Kelly Pawn Kongkosonkichkan Kresge Foundation Nancy Kubecka Dan LaRocque Neal Locke Raul Machuca Khalfani Myrick

David Oelberg Mary Lynn Perushek Christy Robertson Jennifer Rogers Debra Roquette Helene Schultz Helen A. Small Jeff & Jennie Tollefson Kirsten Voinis

$100+

Daniel Abdul Caroline Altman Smith Leigh Ann Arnold Liz Balsam Stephanie Baumgartner Joan Bernard Laura Bovard Catie Brownback Jonathan Caforio Lynn Childs Cristel De Rouvray Robert Delperdang Lonnie Dorn Lisa Franklin Mary Gabel Thomas Garvin Tania Gutierrez Cecilia Gutierrez Bret M. Halverson Denise Hartigan Chelsea Hartigan Wade Hopwood Starr-Marea Johnson Rick Johnson

Melanie Jones Peter Katz Loretta Kolb Amy Lenz Jean Paul Lips Courtney McDonald & Ian Fregosi Nidhi Mehrotra Jim Metcalf Ray Miller Joan Moser Mai Youa Moua Jeff Nelson Stephanie Noriega Juan Ortiz Craig Pratt Peggy Rhoads Tim Roessler Maureen Rogan Jeff Rolling Susan Rylance Salesforce.org Michelle Sharron Joe Small & Angela Hernandez Wesley Story Mahan Tavakoli Joseph Tollefson Jocelyn Ursin Vanguard Cleaning Systems of Greater Houston Amir Yunus Ashley Zacharias


UNDER $100

Joann Albert Lou Albert Elle Albert Luis Almendarez Diana Ochoa Alvarez Melinda Anderson Sandi Ashley Lauren Becker Amanda Bent Olivia Berkowitz Hilary Bond Charles Brass Janet Brownback Lyndsey Brunner Leslie Cage Edgar Castillo Jessie Cho Pamela Civins Howard Cohen Adrianne Cohen Lorie Crandall Dorothy Cullen Michael Daehne Emily Darling Kasey Deis Luke Demery Aarti Dhupelia Robert Dignan Maria Elena Durazo Shelia Echols Marge Ellert Joshua Ferguson Robert Firme Lara Fox

Laura Frnka-Davis Shelly Gleason Charles Goodall Robert Guski Kathleen Hall Lisa Hall De Ann Hanson Maya Hanson Clint Harris Kevin Hartnett Kevin Hartnett Monica Hayden Susan Heaney Joanne Heller Dennis Hernandez Teresa Isensee Casey Johnson Jonelle Jones Matt Joyce Lindsey King Suzanne Klahr Angela Lai Katrina Lichtenberg Robert Lloyd Elena Lojo Laura Lukens Sophia Mai Kevin Makice Karen Marben Ann Marsh Lilly McDonald Rita McGlone Melinda McIntire Robin Mencher Anel Miljkovic

SCHOOL PARTNERS

Steve & Sally Mitchell Elizabeth Moncrief Amy Morgan Lauren Nakamura Abbey Nelson Rose Nelson Maria O’Hollearn Stephanie Paguio Mary-Claire Penner Michelle Peoples Grace Peter Linnea Principe Rona Pryor Jeanette Rogan Guillermo Saade Troy Snell Mark Stefanski Courtney Stoesz Andrew Stuart Cynthia Taraldson Allison Thorne John Tortolano Melissa Tumuluru Mary Ann van Westbroek Alicia Vasquez Terrence Williams Dawn Wyatt Kabao Xiong Landen Zernickow Tony Zucker

Thank you to our school partners. Together, we are ensuring students graduate from high school equipped and empowered to achieve career success and a lifetime of economic self-sufficiency. Alief Elsik High School Alief Hastings High School Alief Taylor High School Austin High School Barbara Jordan High School Booker T. Washington High School C.E. King High School Chavez High School East Early College High School Energy Institute Heights High School Kashmere High School Madison High School Milby High School Northside High School AAMA Sanchez Charter School Scarborough High School Sharpstown High School Sharpstown International High School Southwest Schools Spring Woods High School Westside High School Wheatley High School Wisdom High School Worthing High School

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HOUSTON FINANCIAL REPORT

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MILLIONS

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2015

2016

EARNED INCOME

2017

CONTRIBUTIONS

2015 2016 2017

INCOME STATEMENT (UNRESTRICTED)

TOTAL EXPENSES

INCOME Earned Income Contributed Income TOTAL INCOME

Income and Expense Growth

$ 5,051,328 1,267,282 $ 6,318,610

$ 4,446,319 1,562,131 $ 6,008,450

$ 3,991,718 2,196,014 $ 6,187,732

Student Wages Other Program Expenses General & Administrative Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

$ 2,754,713 2,079,555 582,459 304,926 $ 5,721,653

$ 2,383,341 2,414,738 501,697 341,573 $ 5,641,349

$ 2,421,770 2,853,578 323,102 553,979 $ 6,152,429

CHANGE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS

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$

EXPENSES

FUNDED 64.9% EXPENSES BY EARNED INCOME

596,957

367,101

35,303

BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Cash and Cash Equivalents Accounts Receivable Other Current Assets Property & Equipment (Net) TOTAL ASSETS

5.2%

9%

$ 1,330,421 682,267 305,073 208,209 $ 2,525,970

$ 1,698,840 571,209 160,051 171,159 $ 2,601,265

$ 2,578,583 651,594 162,002 162,875 $ 3,555,054

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Other Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES

$ 76,027 $ 3,998 246,901 162,125 $ 322,928 $ 166,123 Unrestricted Net Assets $ 2,068,041 $ 2,435,142 Temporarily Restricted Net Assets 135,001 TOTAL NET ASSETS $ 2,203,042 $ 2,435,142

46.4% 39.4%

46.4%

PROGRAM EXPENSES

39.4%

STUDENT WAGES

9%

2017 Expense Breakdown

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5.2%

GENERAL & FUNDRAISING ADMINISTRATIVE

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TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 2,525,970

$ $

15,923 530,265 546,188

$ 2,498,559 510,307 $ 3,008,866

$ 2,601,265

$ 3,555,054


2017 HOUSTON BOARD OF DIRECTORS Myrtle Jones Hector Avellaneda Linda Castaneda Marian Davenport Myra Davis Robert Flexon Matt Heath Richard Husseini Gene Janiszewski Evan Kirchen Jerry Lasco Ray Messer, P.B., DBIA Michael Preston Scott Silvas Dr. Scott Van Beck

Senior VP Tax, Halliburton (Chair) SC Business Planning Manager, Hewlett Packard Principal, EY Executive Director, Genesys Works Houston Senior VP/CIO, Texas Children’s Hospital President and CEO, Dynegy. Chief Operating Officer, Genesys Works Partner and Department Chair – Tax, Baker Botts LLP CEO, Paradigm Group VP of E&C Atlantic-Gulf, Williams Companies Founder, President and CEO, Lasco Enterprises, LLC Chairman Emeritus, Walter P Moore Executive Partner, Accenture Executive Director – Market Executive, JP Morgan Chase Executive Director, Houston A+ Challenge

HOUSTON STAFF Marian Davenport Peggy Rhoads Katherine Taylor Alejandro Colom Ray Miller Joe Small Daneiva Allevato Colleen Ashworth Wendy Brooks Avery Bullock Winnie Carter Teanna Dorsey Suzie Flores Lisa Hall Ross Heidecker Claudea Hernandez Lisa Hoover Amy Hufnagel Jarale Jones Keenan Jones Jennifer Kolb Mohamed Laguite James LaRocque Jasmine Morehead Jacob Nix Yoali Salgado Lisa Stocker Nikki Suarez Olga Trevino Alicia Vasquez Tanita Wiley

Executive Director Senior Director of Development Senior Program Director Director of Corporate Partnerships Westside Site Director Director of Strategic Planning College Success Advisor Operations Manager Program Coordinator Marketing and Events Coordinator Program Coordinator Alumni Program Manager Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications Senior Program Coordinator Grants Manager Program Coordinator Senior Program Coordinator Senior Manager of Corporate Partnerships Program Coordinator College Success Advisor Program Manager Transportation Senior Program Coordinator Program Coordinator Operations Administrator Program Coordinator Data Analyst Corporate Partnerships Manager Program Coordinator Senior Alumni Program Coordinator Recruiting and Summer Training Manager


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Pictured: Williams Interns: Kevin Silva, Jessica Lusekelo, Md Ishraque Mahmood, Marwa Rezk, Juan Benitez Ulloa, and Ceilia Martinez-Taylor

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Houston 2017 annual impact report