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IMPACT REPORT

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION


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: Edward Cochrane, Joseph Salih, Vincent Adrian Abanilla, and Umair Khan Photography Credits: Donnie Biggs, Fairfax County Public Schools, and Sean Kelley, Sean Kelley Photography


Dear Friends and Supporters, 2017 marked our second year of programming in the National Capital Region. With the valued support of our generous donors, school champions, and corporate partners, we have already begun to see the impact we can have on the lives of the students we serve and the communities in which they live. It’s clear to see that powerful things happen when we choose to invest in our youth, and we are proud to be part of a community that recognizes the importance of developing its future leaders. In this report, you will read about local students like Mavo, Lydia, and Luis, who are taking full advantage of the opportunities you have helped provide to achieve their dreams of college and career success. You will also see the broader impact we are having on the lives of high school students from underserved communities across the country. Genesys Works National Capital Region is part of a national network also serving youth in Houston, Chicago, the Twin Cities, and the San Francisco Bay Area, and we are pleased to share our results and highlight many of our school, corporate, and funding partners from across the network. We’re proud of what we have accomplished to date and look forward to achieving even higher levels of growth and impact in the years to come. In closing, I want to thank you again for helping us successfully launch Genesys Works in the National Capital Region. Working together, we can close the educational achievement and economic opportunity gaps that will ensure the National Capital Region is an equitable place to live and work for all. We are proud to be your partners in this important work. With gratitude,

RAFAEL ALVAREZ

FOUNDER AND CEO GENESYS WORKS

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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 NATIONALLY

3,931

STUDENTS TRAINED: 1,039 INTERNS EMPLOYED: 671 ALUMNI SERVED: 2,221

96%

STUDENTS OF COLOR

82%

QUALIFY FOR FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH

82%

FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS

6%

MULTIRACIAL / OTHER

4%

CAUCASIAN

22%

38%

ASIAN

LATINO

30%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

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OUR MODEL

STUDENT OUTCOMES

95% ENROLL IN COLLEGE 70%

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 Before his family emigrated from Ghana in 2016, Mavo was displaced from his home after it burned in a fire. For almost 3 years his family lived in a room with no water or reliable electricity. His mother constantly reminded him that they would overcome this. Her words would prove true when he was accepted into Genesys Works. Bill Muster, a supervisor in the FCPS IT Department, oversees Mavo’s work as an intern. Bill said, “It is with great pride that we watch Mavo mature and acquire new skills as he performs his daily duties. He continues to perform with excellence and attention toward detail, qualities which are highly valued in any field and make him greatly appreciated by all of us here at Wilton Woods IT Center.” Mavo plans to study IT in college and envisions himself working in cybersecurity at a prestigious company one day.

$10k

AVERAGE STUDENT EARNINGS DURING SENIOR YEAR

“An essential trait I’ve learned is effective communication. When I’m assigned to lead a project, my ability to explain the procedure to others is essential.” MAVO HAMENOO INTERN, FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SENIOR, BRYANT HIGH SCHOOL

TO READ MAVO’S FULL STORYGO TO GENESYSWORKS.ORG/MAVO

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“Partnering with Genesys Works frees up existing staff for more complex projects while interns handle tasks important to the everyday operations of the business.” MICHAEL DEMARCO EVP OF OPERATIONS, INTELSAT MEMBER OF GENESYS WORKS NATIONAL CAPITAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS YOUNG PROFESSIONALS LUIS ORTIZ-LOPEZ AND JOSHUA YIKONA

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CORPORATE PARTNERS SUPPORT GENESYS WORKS NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

Intelsat, a pioneer of the satellite market, is committed to supporting STEM initiatives and partnering with Genesys Works enables them to expose high school seniors to a world of technology that can best be learned in a professional setting. Intelsat has hosted two Genesys Works interns each year for the past two years. The interns work at the IT Help Desk where they are actively involved with troubleshooting issues and other special projects. Mike DeMarco is the EVP of Operations at Intelsat and a Genesys Works board member. “The interns make their supervisor’s job much easier,” Mike said. “They alleviate his workload and make us feel like we are positively influencing a young person in need of career guidance.”

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BUILDING COMMUNITIES THAT WORK At the age of 10 years old, Lidya made the long and treacherous journey to America. Seeking a better life with more educational opportunities, her mom, dad, and three younger brothers came with her from Ethiopia in 2009. Although the United States seemed like an ideal change, it came with many hardships for Lidya. The language barrier and culture change was difficult. She shared a bedroom with both of her brothers in her extended family’s home. Lidya persisted and never gave up hope that her life would get better. She was always interested in computers and when she heard about the Genesys Works program, it seemed too good to be true. Lidya was accepted in to the first class of interns in the National Capital Region. She is now studying Business Information Technology at Virginia Tech and volunteering for the organization in her free time. Reverse version

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“Genesys Works showed me I have potential.” LIDYA ETISSA CLASS OF 2017 FORMER INTERN, STRAYER UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN, VIRGINIA TECH


“Genesys Works has helped our students discover skills they didn’t realize they possessed and helped them see opportunities for their future that they never thought were possible.” DEIRDRE LAVERY PRINCIPAL, ROBERT E. LEE HIGH SCHOOL YOUNG PROFESSIONALS CHOUDHARY WARRICH AND HEIDI MICHELLE ACOSTA VILLATORO

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PREPARING FOR POSTSECONDARY SUCCESS

SCHOOL PARTNERS SUPPORT GENESYS WORKS NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

With a student body from 42 countries who speak 34 languages, Lee High School has partnered with Genesys Works since its inception in the National Capital Region and has enjoyed seeing their students earn recognition for excelling in internships. Listening to stories about continued opportunities past high school and promises of permanent positions after college, has reassured Principal Deirdre Lavery and Katy Frank, the Director of Student Services, that this partnership was the right decision. “Genesys Works provides opportunities that high schools are not able to because schools still function under a traditional structure.” Deirdre Lavery said. “They recognized that gap and provide experiences that make our students better people and more marketable for college and a career.”

TO READ MORE GO TO GENESYSWORKS.ORG/ROBERTELEEHIGHSCHOOL

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GENESYS WORKS NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION 2017 JANUARY

Michael DeMarco, Executive Vice President, Operations at Intelsat and Laura Giangiuli, Vice President, Human Resources at CALIBRE join the Board of Advisors.

GWNCR starts a new school district partnership with the District of Columbia Public Schools through Mayor Marion S. Barry’s Summer Youth Employment Program.

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JUNE

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

Dr. Scott Brabrand, Superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools joins the Board of Advisors. Capital One gives students a tour and insight into the daily work life of an information technology professional.

5 new corporate partners join our program, including Fairfax County Government who hosts two interns.

95% of first alumni class start college at places like Virginia Tech, George Mason, and Northern Virginia Community and Technical College.

NOVEMBER

Over 200 people attend our signature annual event, Breaking Through, featuring our 2nd NCR cohort and keynote speaker Dr. Ximena Hartsock, co-founder of Phone2Action.

WJLA: “Spotlight in Education” focuses on Genesys Works.

DECEMBER

GWNCR partners with the Lever Fund and Alton Lane to promote Genesys Works.

First GWNCR class graduates from high school and 100% of participants complete the internship program.

SAVE THE DATE: 2018 BREAKING THROUGH CEREMONY, OCTOBER 16, 2018

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HIGHLIGHTS

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, the event successfully raised over $800,000 in support of Genesys Works.


2017 NATIONAL 3,931 students served

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IMPACT 185

school partners

corporate partners

Funder Spotlight:

AT&T, DENIS DUNN

$8.1M

total dollars earned by interns

“Genesys Works is a true example of a partnership that benefits our triple bottom line.” DENIS DUNN AT&T STATE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON D.C., MARYLAND

 2008 TWIN CITIES

2013 BAY AREA

2010 CHICAGO

SCALING our impact.

 2016 NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

2002 HOUSTON

As a long-standing national partner of Genesys Works, it was only a natural extension of AT&T’s corporate citizenship goals to continue providing support when the National Capital Region office launched in 2016. Denis Dunn, AT&T State President, Washington D.C., Maryland, and Delaware believes that as a leader in the NCR market, AT&T’s corporate citizenship dollars need to be matched with real investment in diversifying their talent development pipeline. By following this path, he knows one day our future public, private and non-profit executives will have been Genesys Works young professionals who were able to break through with the support of

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$13.46

economic return

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

the program. “By supporting Genesys Works as a board member, donor, and internship provider – we are creating pathways from poverty to prosperity, creating meaningful pipelines of talent for our company, and creating economic value for the region as a whole.”

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OUR CORPORATE

PARTNERS

We want to thank the following companies for their years of support in providing life-changing opportunities to our young professionals. The following is a sample of the nearly 200 partners in National Capital Region and across the nation.

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THANK YOU SUPPORTERS $1,000,000+ AT&T Foundation Ballmer Group

$500,000+

The Jenesis Group The Powell Foundation

$250,000+

Chicago Beyond Michael & Susan Dell Foundation ECMC Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation Salesforce.org Tipping Point Community

$100,000+

Anonymous Anonymous Bank of America Bromley Family Trust Citi Foundation Greater Houston Community Foundation GreenLight Fund – Bay Area Otto Bremer Trust Peery Foundation Sobrato Family Foundation York Solutions

$50,000+

Accenture Capital One Chicago Blackhawks Ronald Conway Dan L Duncan Foundation The John Eckel Foundation Fund for Shared Insight GE Power Systems Halliburton Houck Family Foundation Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Rockwell Fund SIM – Houston Strada Education Network The Brown Foundation Travelers Foundation Warriors – Community Foundation Wayne Duddlesten Foundation The WEM Foundation

$25,000+

AT&T Allstate Insurance Company Best Buy Foundation CME Group Foundation CompTIA Credit Suisse Deluxe Corporation

Genesys Works is able to make a difference in the lives of youth in underserved communities because of our generous supporters.

Dynegy Carter and Susan Emerson Enaxis Consulting Ernst & Young F.R. Bigelow Foundation GGS Foundation Thomas Gleitsman Goldman Sachs & Co Houston Area Women’s Center IICF (Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation) Insperity Corp Lazard Freres & Co. McNeely Foundation MD Anderson Foundation Medtronic Morgan Stanley Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Phillips Family Foundation PJT Partners Polk Bros. Foundation Dawn & Richard Rawson Family Foundation RBC Capital Markets Thomas and Amy Ryan Saint Paul Foundation Gary Schermerhorn and Miriam Esteve Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Texas Children’s Hospital ThreeBridge Solutions Webb Family Foundation White & Case

Williams

$10,000+

3M Abbey Family Foundation Abbott Fund AIG The Stanford & Joan Alexander Foundation Ancestry.com Inc Baker Botts Barclays Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota BNP Paribas Boston Scientific Foundation Box.org Carlson & The Carlson Family Foundation CenterPoint Energy CFP Foundation Charah CIBC Circle of Service Foundation Howard and Dona Cohen Roberto & Claudia Contreras Crédit Agricole Deluxe Corporation Foundation Deutsche Bank Donaldson Foundation Barbara Duganier Ecolab Foundation

Evolving Solutions Finnegan Family Foundation Douglas Foshee Garrett Family Foundation Hamman Foundation Hardenbergh Foundation Matt and Janet Heath HEB Tournament of Champions Hines Myrtle Jones The Peter R. Kagan and Susannah A. Smetana Family Fund of the AYCO Charitable Foundation Mohit Kapoor King & Spalding Kirkland & Ellis – Chicago Scott and Laura Kupor Lever Fund Marbrook Foundation Maria Martinez McGriff, Seibels & Williams John P McGovern Foundation Elaine and Ray Messer Microsoft MUFG Power & Utilities Nutanix Okta Eric Patton Harry Pefanis Mike and Lynn Preston Susan and Fayez Sarofim Marc and Jeri Shapiro Family Foundation

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THANK YOU SUPPORTERS Skadden Dan Steinman Target Corporation TCF Bank ThinkIT TransCanada Union Bank

$5,000+

Albright Foundation Andrew Alexander Pauline Altman-Goldstein Foundation Rafael and Stephanie Alvarez Ameriprise Foundation AppDynamics Crystal Ashby The Bengier Foundation Boardwalk Pipeline Partners Bremer Financial Corporation Buckeye Partners David and Linda Castaneda Chapelwood United Methodist Women Community Health Choice Data Recognition Corporation Datatrend Technologies Eagle Creek Software Services Ebay Inc Bay Area Ray and Karina Elias Gallant

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Kevin Gratkowski Hitachi Data Systems Adam Hecktman Houston Methodist Richard and Elizabeth Husseini Catherine and Brian James JP Morgan Securities Kaiser Permanente Kapor Center for Social Impact Kinder Morgan Foundation KPMG Latham & Watkins LifeGift MANIFEST Technology Marek Family Foundation Stewart McCutcheon Medica Metropolitan State University The Minneapolis Foundation Mistras Group Walter P Moore National College Access Network Tom Nolan Bruce & Karen Northcutt David Nuernberg Optum Patterson Companies RBC Wealth Management Laura and Will Robertson ServiceNow Silent IT

Scott and Stephanie Silvas Smikis Foundation Spectra Energy Allie Temkin The Seabury Foundation TPC Group TransUnion Paul and Judy Voinis and Family Warburg Pincus Foundation Hilary Ware and Bob Tucker WEC Energy Group Wells Fargo Wortham Insurance Xcel Energy Youths Friends Association Zscaler

$2,500+

AAMA Abbott After School Matters Ameriprise Financial Andersen Corporation Andrews Kurth Kenyon Evelyn and Frank Angelle Atomic Data The Awad Family Charitable Fund Bank of America Merrill Lynch BDO USA Best Buy Corporation Cory Cancila Capella University (Corp)

Cargill Cushman & Wakefield Myra and DiCarlos Davis Donaldson Company Ecolab Electronic Arts EthosEnergy Exron Capital Forsythe Kelly Geary General Mills Google.org Herman Family Fund Houlihan Lokey Kevin Howell Tom Jacky Ken and Tracy Janda Gene and Lyna Janiszewski Mike Jones Kilbride Family Charitable Fund Korn Ferry Land O’Lakes. Lantern Partners Jerry and Laura Lasco Leopardo Construction Inc Linbeck Macquarie Group Foundation McMaster-Carr Supply Company MongoDB New Frontiers Foundation OneNeck IT Solutions Per Scholas

Sheree Petrone Relativity SAP America Schiff Hardin Aimbrell Shanks Beth Shiroishi Clark and Barbara Smith Matthew Steinmetz Jesus Soto Symantec TayganPoint Consulting Group Taylor McKinley TechCaliber TITUS Scott and Sarah Van Beck ViaWest Warburg Pincus Weatherford Zaxby’s Houston

$1,000+

Daniel Abdul Mario Alonso Charles and Amy Alvarez Chris Angelides Anonymous Anonymous Auth0 Avanade Elaine Beeman Roy Ben-Dor Drs. Julie and Marc Boom Carolyn Burke


Peter and Elizabeth Carragher Eli and Marissa Cipriano Cisco Systems Cloudability Code42 Adonia and Kevin Cokinos Julius Cox Martin Daley Wendy and John Del Mixon Dynatrace Dean Ellis Michael Finlon First Bank of Highland Park First Tennessee Bank Clint Freeland Basil Germanides Jeff & Laura Giangiuli Karen Grabow and Keith Halperin David Habachy Bruce Hague Alexander Hahn Larry Heath Alistair Jacques Hank Jones Michael Jones Steven and Melissa Kean Paul & Jean Krueger Martin and Kathryn Leestma John and Alice Lloyd Foundation Karen Marben Mike Martiny Rayshon Mason

Alan Mather Kris and Richard McGee Rodney McMahn Amity Millhiser and Aysegul Ayok Thomas Moldauer Gary Moss Elisabeth Nash Sarah Nieters Daniel Nottke On Demand Group Oracle The Oshay Family Foundation Patagonia Mary Lynne Perushek Scott Pharr Cynthia Pope Craig C. Pratt Pure Storage Liz Rafferty Renodis Inc Gabe Restrepo Revolution Technologies Riverway Foundation Bret Roberts Christopher Robinson Rubrik Rustoleum Corporation Laura Samberg San Francisco Federal Credit Union Santullo Family Fund Kenneth and Nicole Shogren

Michael Sivo Skender Construction Philip and Margie Soran Edward Swan John Swilling Klaus Thiedmann Timothy D. Thull Jeff and Jennie Tollefson TravelStyled VALERE Consulting and Recruiting Wells Foundation Kathleen and Pat Wood III World Wide Technology Mr. and Mrs John T. Young

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

SUPERVISORS

Jessica Anderson, HDR Grace Babit, Fairfax County Government Rebecca Boyer, Fairfax County Public Schools Candice Burney, AT&T Kathy Czegan, AT&T Earl Epps, LMI Nathalie Howyewkin, Accenture Anthony Hunt, Apple Federal Credit Union Brenda Jackson, AT&T Elaine Kincel, Strayer University Brad Koerber, Kirkland & Ellis Kimberly Livesay, Kratos Tibor Molnar, Integrity Management Services Bill Muster, Fairfax County Public Schools Del-Von Nelson, Calibre John Outlaw, Fairfax County Government Orson Tjahjadi, Transurban Brad White, AT&T Kevin Williams, Intelsat

SCHOOL PARTNERS DCPS H.D. Woodson High School, Candice Mott McKinley Technology High School, Torri Hayslett FCPS Bryant High School, Celeste Lacour-Williams Falls Church High School, Renee Foster George Marshall High School, Cindy Blakeley J.E.B. Stuart High School, Carissa Camacho Mount Vernon High School, Susie Statham Robert E. Lee High School, Katy Frank South Lakes High School, Kari Olsen West Potomac High School, Elizabeth Carter West Springfield High School, Tisa Frederick

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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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$15

MILLIONS

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FINANCIAL REPORT

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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

$ 11,824,869 8,075,939 $ 19,900,174

$ 12,794,564 $ 14,278,229 8,624,181 9,603,013 $ 21,418,745 $ 23,881,242

Student Wages Other Program Expenses General & Administrative Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

$ 6,559,237 7,133,966 2,540,952 1,436,899 $ 17,711,054

$ 7,226,259 $ 8,109,832 8,644,801 10,860,349 2,741,250 2,388,200 1,691,879 2,182,442 $ 20,304,189 $ 23,540,803

CHANGE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS

$ 2,189,120

EXPENSES

FUNDED 60.6% EXPENSES BY EARNED INCOME

$ 1,114,556

$

340,439

$ 6,574,987 1,849,753 1,773,631 393,673 $ 10,592,043

$ 8,625,636 2,336,989 5,011,251 372,356 $ 16,346,232

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

9.3% 10.1%

4,662,141 1,692,432 2,432,238 523,444 9,310,255

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ Other Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES $

80,097 $ 56,164 698,044 657,321 778,141 $ 713,485 Unrestricted Net Assets $ 7,045,243 $ 8,159,799 Temporarily Restricted Net Assets 1,486,871 1,718,759 TOTAL NET ASSETS $ 8,532,114 $ 9,878,588

46.1% 34.5%

46.1%

PROGRAM EXPENSES

34.5%

STUDENT WAGES

10.1%

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9.3%

GENERAL & FUNDRAISING ADMINISTRATIVE

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TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 9,310,255

$ 306,626 1,275,271 $ 1,581,897

$ 8,497,877 6,266,458 $ 14,764,335

$ 10,592,043

$ 16,346,232


NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION BOARD OF ADVISORS Denis Dunn Rafael Alvarez Elaine Beeman Scott Brabrand Jeffrey Carr James Corcoran Mike DeMarco Laura Giangiuli Alex Hahn

State President, Washington D.C., Maryland and Delaware, AT&T (Chair) Founder & CEO, Genesys Works Senior Managing Director, Accenture Federal Services Superintendent, Fairfax County Public Schools Corporate & Consumer Services Growth Officer, Inova Health Systems President & CEO, Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President, Operations, Intelsat Vice President Human Resources, CALIBRE Senior Partner, VOX Global

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION STAFF Rafael Alvarez Christopher Brown Krystal Stackhouse Dwaylon Whitmore

Founder and CEO Vice President, Strategic Philanthropy & Community Development Program Manager Senior Program Coordinator

NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Crystal Ashby Doug Butler Barbara Duganier Mike Feinberg Richard Rawson Thomas Ryan Gary Schermerhorn C. Park Shaper Beth Shiroishi Kim Tanner Rafael Alvarez

Retired Senior VP, BP Managing Partner, NextGen Strategic Advisors Corporate Board Director, Retired Accenture Senior Executive Co-Founder, KIPP Academy President, Insperity CEO, Service Corporation International Retired, Goldman Sachs Chairman, CEO, SEIS Holdings Vice President, Global CSR Strategy & Insights, AT&T Executive Director, The Jenesis Group Founder & CEO, Genesys Works


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