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Opening Doors to

OPPORTUNITY 2018 IMPACT REPORT GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES


THE GENESYS WORKS MISSION is t o pro vide pat hways t o ca re e r s u c c e ss f or h i gh sc h ool st udent s in under ser ved co mmunit ies t h rough sk i l l s t r a i n i ng, m e a n i ngf ul work exper iences, and impact ful relat io nship s .

Pictured on front cover: Romeo Vang, intern at CHS, Inc., South Saint Paul Secondary School

Photography credit: Tony Nelson


Dear Friends and Supporters,

In 2018, Genesys Works Twin Cities also launched a new strategic initiative to better serve our college population of young professionals. Our “Talent Development Pipeline” strategy opens new doors to valuable professional development and networking opportunities as well as paid work experiences and internships during college so that we can meet the needs of our corporate partners who strive to build a more diverse workforce. Our main office in downtown Saint Paul underwent an expansion and remodel in 2018 in order to accommodate our site’s growth and serve our students better. Our philanthropic partners made this office expansion possible. As 2019 unfolds, we urge you to think about the doors of opportunity that you can help open this year. Whether providing more internships at your company, supervising and mentoring a young professional in the workplace, guiding a student from your school to our program, or providing the financial support necessary to sustain our operations, there is an important role for us all. We thank you in advance for your continued support of the students and mission of Genesys Works.

OPPORTUNITY

In late 2018, the Genesys Works Twin Cities team trained the 11th class of high school students, which was our largest cohort to date. We worked closely with nearly 40 different partner high schools to recruit students with amazing potential who are curious and bold enough to walk through the doors of Genesys Works and become young professionals.

Opening Doors to

Opportunity. A simple word, yet so powerful. For the students we serve, students brimming with motivation and potential, access to life-changing professional opportunities is far too often limited or inaccessible. Yet, because of you, we are able to open doors of opportunity for hundreds of talented youth each year in the Twin Cities. And in the process, we are strengthening the workforce of some of the most impactful corporations of Minnesota! We are excited to share the impact that your partnership has on our students, business partners, and the broader community.

With gratitude,

KAREN MARBEN

DAVID WILLIAMS

Executive Director Genesys Works Twin Cities

President & Chief Executive Officer Genesys Works

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IMPACT

G e n e s y s Works he l p s te e n s from u n d e rse rve d co m m u n i t i es se e tha t a profe s s i o n al c a re e r i s wi th i n re a c h , b y p rovi d i ng th e m wi th th e s k i l l s t o a c h i e ve th e i r co l l e ge a n d c a re e r goa l s.

We achieve OUR MISSION t hro ug h:  Skills Training

 Meaningful Internship

THE PROBLEM The disparity

between what students are taught in the classroom and what is needed for success in today’s workplace continues to widen, leaving many jobs unfilled and millions of young adults unemployed. Closing these skills and opportunity gaps is an urgent economic and social imperative, particularly for students in underserved communities lacking access to most professional work opportunities.

OUR SOLUTION By giving

students the opportunity to succeed in a professional work environment while still in high school, we open up career possibilities and pathways previously thought to be unattainable. Students complete our 14-month program with in-demand job skills, relevant work experience, elevated career aspirations, and increased confidence that their dreams of college and career success can become a reality.

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8 WEEKS OF SKILLS TRAINING THE SUMMER BEFORE THEIR SENIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL

1,000 HOURS IN A PAID, YEAR-LONG PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP

 College & Career Coaching

60 HOURS OF COUNSELING ON COLLEGE AND CAREER PATHWAYS

 Alumni Support

ONGOING SUPPORT TO HELP STUDENTS ACHIEVE COLLEGE AND CAREER SUCCESS


Opening Doors to

2018 RESULTS

OPPORTUNITY in theTWIN CITIES   BAY AREA

TWIN CITIES

CHICAGO

NEW YORK

  NATIONAL CAPITAL

100% GR AD UAT ED F RO M HIGH SCHO O L

REGION

 90% enrolled in college

HOUSTON

71% graduated or still enrolled in college

Median earnings of employed alumni

WHO WE SERVE

1,513

 355

$45–50K

273

 885

S T U D E N TS SE RV E D

students interns alumni trained employed served

76%

75%

qualify for free or reduced lunch

first-generation college students

MULTIRACIAL 3%

23%

earn more than both parents combined

46%

earn the same or more than at least one parent

(AT MEDIAN AGE 24, BASED ON ALUMNI SURVEY)

Genesys Works is a

NATIONAL SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

3% OTHER/NATIVE INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE

4,404 students served

WHITE 8%

111,020 hours of 8% AFRICAN IMMIGRANT

10% OTHER ASIAN

LATINO 13%

28% AFRICAN AMERICAN

92%

professional training

$7.04M earned by

young professionals

STU DE N TS OF C OLOR

1,535 students placed in paid internships 27% HMONG

3.5X earn a degree

compared to peer group

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Matching Determination with Opportunity

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ST U D E N T S PL ACED I N T O IN TE RN SH IPS

Four years ago, Faiza Mah emigrated with her family from Yemen to Minnesota. She spoke only Arabic and Somali. One year and some months later, she had taught herself English through summer school and online videos, illustrating a unique sense of determination. While in Yemen, her future was limited by civil war. Upon arrival in Minnesota, she began to see the possibility of college and a career, and when she heard about Genesys Works as a high school junior, she knew she had to take advantage of the opportunity. “Genesys Works interns were far ahead of most people at school in thinking about their future,” Faiza said. Faiza now excels in her role on Medtronic’s Implementation Team, where her duties include moving information from a legacy system to a new server. Her determination to attend college resulted in an expansion of her goals: she hopes to study Computer Science and Business, eventually earning her PhD. Where there is opportunity, Faiza will surely earn her success through determination.

Genesys Works taught me to be proud of who I am. I became more accepting of who I am and began developing myself.

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Faiza Mah, intern at Medtronic, Columbia Heights High School, Class of 2019


Transforming Students into Leaders Five-year partner CHS, Inc. is not only committed to the growth of its partnership with Genesys Works but also the growth of each individual intern. As the CISO and VP of IT Security, Productivity and Privacy, Sarah Engstrom has championed these efforts, which cascades to company supervisors. Scott Grussing, Manager of IT Client Services, currently currently supervises two interns, including Romeo Vang. According to Romeo, Scott has prioritized exposure to professional development and networking opportunities, as well as sharing his own IT expertise. In return, Romeo has taken full advantage of the opportunities presented, building his repertoire of IT experiences. Scott states of Genesys Works interns, “I feel like these students have untapped potential. With a little guidance, they will be ready to tackle a different future that may have previously seemed unreachable.” While interns may enter with little-to-no professional experience, they leave their year-long internship as leaders.

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CORPORAT E PA RTNE R S SUPPORT GENESYS WO RKS

These individuals grow from student to leader during their internship…. They are role models with a network of built-in champions and mentors.

Sarah Engstrom (left), CISO and VP of IT Security, Productivity, and Privacy, CHS, Inc.

SARAH Pictured from left with Sarah: Romeo Vang, intern, CHS, Inc., South Saint Paul Secondary School, Class of 2019; Scott Grussing, Manager of IT Client Services, CHS, Inc. GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES IMPACT REPORT 2018

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Converting Hobbies into Careers

71% A L U MN I E N R O L L ED AND SU C CE EDIN G IN C OL L E GE

Amin has always been interested in technology and was looking for a pathway to convert a hobby into a career. Amin was aware that his community is not normally afforded access to these opportuniites, and Genesys Works provided just the pathway he was seeking. His vision soon became reality when he earned his first IT job as a Genesys Works intern on the Client Devices team at M.A. Mortenson Company. His next stop was college. While at Hamline University, he received support from Genesys Works with financial aid applications, income taxes, job board postings, and interview practice. “All of these things helped prepare me for the working world and build habits that became second nature before the skills are even needed,” Amin said. Now a successful professional, Amin works for ThreeBridge’s Boom Lab – a Genesys Works corporate partner – as a Technical Analysis Associate on a data warehouse migration initiative. Hoping to acquire deeper knowledge in data analysis, mapping, modeling, and engineering, Amin’s passion – and his career – is now IT.

Realizing that corporate work can be fun and inclusive greatly defined how I formed my ideas around full-time employment.

Amin Amos, former intern, M.A. Mortenson Company, current Technical Analysis Associate, ThreeBridge’s Boom Lab, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Class of 2013

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Elevating Student Leadership and STEM Careers Since joining the staff at Apple Valley High School (AVHS), Jim Lynch, Program Manager of the school’s STEM programming, has elevated the reputation of Genesys Works among both staff and students. “I cannot think of a program that is a better match for our E3 STEM program here at AVHS,” said Jim. Bryam Alvarado and Zabrianna Evans, students at AVHS and interns at Toro and Thomson Reuters respectively, have earned the title of Student Ambassador within Genesys Works in recognition of their leadership capabilities to recruit the next class of interns. Jim has taken their role seriously and according to Zabrianna, “He is always finding opportunities for Bryam and me to speak in front of people and show students how awesome Genesys Works is.”

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Jim’s leadership has paved the way for a diverse group of students to participate in hands-on STEM career experience. His leadership opens doors for students like Bryam and Zabrianna to succeed.

Genesys Works offers a fantastic opportunity for young people from diverse backgrounds to break through barriers to become young professionals. Jim Lynch (right), Program Manager, E3 STEM, Apple Valley High School

JIM Pictured from left with Jim: Bryam Alvarado, intern at Toro, Apple Valley High School, Class of 2019; Zabrianna Evans, intern at Thomson Reuters, Apple Valley High School, Class of 2019 GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES IMPACT REPORT 2018

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2018

HIGHLIGHTS

Veronica Venegas, Class of 2018 Medtronic intern, CIO Luncheon Keynote Speaker.

CIO LUNCHEON APRIL

Presented by Accenture, Best Buy’s Geek Squad, and ServiceNow, the event not only raised $213,000 – our largest sum yet – but also recognized intern supervisors, corporate champions, and our IT vendor community for their ongoing commitment to our program.

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Think IT Scholarship winners with York Solutions CEO and Think IT Association Founder Richard Walker, Breaking Through Ceremony.

BREAKING THROUGH CEREMONY MAY

Presented by ThreeBridge’s Boom Lab, more than 1,000 attendees celebrated our 10-year anniversary and the graduating high school Class of 2018. We were joined by special guest U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, our 10-year partners and the inaugural Class of 2009 young professionals.

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TALENT DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE KICKOFF JUNE

Hosted at Target, we kicked off a new college and career success initiative, known as the Talent Development Pipeline (TDP). Designed to connect young professionals with long-term career success, the initiative started in Spring 2018 for graduating high school seniors pursuing degrees in technology and business.

THINK IT GOLF TOURNAMENT JUNE

Hosted by York Solutions, the golf tournament raised $86,995. Over the course of our partnership with York Solutions/Think IT Association and its Founder & CEO Richard Walker, $542,495 has been raised for Genesys Works through the golf tournament and Link to Leadership programs.


Jacky Thao, Class of 2019 Minnesota Public Radio intern at Draft Day.

DRAFT DAY AUGUST

Presented by Target and York Solutions, more than 1,600 attendees – including our young professionals, their families and our school, community, and corporate partners – gathered to kick off a new year of internships. Young professionals were welcomed into the Saint Paul RiverCentre by the University of Minnesota drumline.

MSP Hatfield & McCoys group celebrates record amount raised in seven years.

INAUGURAL CAREER FAIR

MSP HATFIELD & MCCOYS

OCTOBER

OCTOBER

Hosted at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Genesys Works college young professionals networked with company representatives to earn an internship or full-time position. For these companies, it was an opportunity to meet local talent in IT and business and expand their candidate pool for filling positions.

Technology vendor partners gathered together to raise $114,000 – the most in seven years of the event – for our College and Career Success program, including the Talent Development Pipeline initiative, celebration events and career fairs, college internships, and more.

 UPCOMING

EVENTS MAY 2, 2019

Breaking Through Ceremony Don’t miss another inspirational event at the Minneapolis Convention Center celebrating the Class of 2019 interns as they approach the end of their high school internship year. AUGUST 13, 2019

Draft Day Join us at our largest event – an NFL-style draft – as we welcome the Class of 2020 into their internships and kick off the new year at the Saint Paul RiverCentre.

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2018

CORPORATE PARTNERS

The collaboration between Genesys Works and our corporate partners is at the heart of our success. We want to thank the following companies for providing life-changing work opportunities to our young professionals.

HENNEPIN COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER’S OFFICE

HENNEPIN COUNTY RESIDENT AND REAL ESTATE SERVICES

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GET INVOLVED  HOST A YOUNG PROFESSIONAL

Access an untapped pipeline of motivated, diverse talent who bring immediate value to your organization

 BECOME A SCHOOL PARTNER

Contact us to make the Genesys Works program possible for qualified students in your school

 HIRE ALUMNI

Join the growing list of partners who engage college or career-ready students to fill essential workplace needs

 DONATE

Make a contribution and change a student’s future

 VOLUNTEER

Give the gift of your time at one of our many events throughout the year

 JOIN OUR TEAM

Be a part of the Genesys Works movement and impact lives today

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THANK YOU

SUPPORTERS

Genesys Works is able to make a difference in the lives of our students because of the financial contributions made by our generous donors. Through your gifts, we are moving more students out of poverty and into the economic mainstream. For these gifts, we are most grateful.

$100,000+ Bank of America Charitable Foundation Best Buy Foundation York Solutions/ Think IT Association

$50,000+ Dell Powering The Possible The WEM Foundation

$25,000+ Ecolab Foundation Evolving Solutions F.R. Bigelow Foundation McNeely Foundation Medtronic Optum Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Saint Paul Foundation The Minneapolis Foundation ThreeBridge Solutions Travelers Foundation

$10,000+ 3M Abbott Fund Accenture Twin Cities AHEAD Andersen Corporate Foundation Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Box The Carlson Family Foundation Deluxe Corporation

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Deluxe Corporation Foundation Donaldson Foundation Fund for Shared Insight Hardenbergh Foundation Nutanix Okta ServiceNow Target Corporation TCF Bank

$5,000+ Albright Foundation Ameriprise Financial Ameriprise Foundation Bremer Financial Corporation Commvault Data Recognition Corporation Ernst & Young, LLP Flexential Hitachi Vantara M.A. Mortenson Co. Magenic MANIFEST Technology Stewart McCutcheon Medica Metropolitan State University Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Patterson Companies, Inc. Securian Foundation Michael and Sherry Sivo Smikis Foundation TCF Foundation TEGNA Foundation Xcel Energy Zscaler

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$1,000+ Abbott Daniel Abdul Aeritae Consulting Group Allina Health Jamie Anderson AppDynamics Arista Networks Bercom International Boston Scientific Corporation Capella University Cargill Charter Solutions, Inc. Confluent Datatrend Technologies Inc. Dell EMC Ecolab Michael and Stacy Finlon Earnie Franklin Eric Gartland General Mills Good Leadership Enterprises Austin Kane JAMF Software Land O’Lakes Inc. Life Time Steve Lytle Mike and Susan Martiny Ryan McKay MongoDB Inc. James Monner Chris Moses Matt Neale NetApp Sarah Nieters On Demand Group OneNeck IT Solutions


$500+ Santiago Abraham Jacqueline Statum Allen Daniel Lambi Balach Tyler Beller Drew Boeke Joe Burns Ashley and Matt Bykowski Francois Charette Marcia Cozzolino Joel Drotos Tracey Racette Fritcher Nate Haines Charlie Hieb Hull Family Charitable Fund IntegRhythm Inc. Michael Jones Michelle Jourdan James Kelly Karen Marben Kelly McShane Aaron Melsness New Horizons Computer Learning Center Minnesota

FUNDER SPOTLIGHT

Optiv Palo Alto Networks Mary Lynne Perushek Craig Pratt Prime Therapeutics Pure Storage RBC Foundation - USA RBC Wealth Management Riverway Foundation Rubrik, Inc. Saint Paul College Gary Spears Syncsort Tim and Jenny Thull TITUS Wells Foundation

Katie Simpson (left), Minneapolis – St. Paul Market President, Bank of America; Karen Marben (right), Executive Director, Genesys Works Twin Cities

Bank of America Bank of America is pleased to recognize Genesys Works as the 2018 Neighborhood Builder. The honor comes with a $200,000 grant, leadership training for the Executive Director Karen Marben and an emerging leader at the organization, Program Director Mai Youa Moua, and access to a network of peer organizations across the U.S. By helping to address issues fundamental to improving economic mobility for individuals and families, Bank of America’s Neighborhood Builders Program invests in the Twin Cities community. It is just one example of how the bank deploys capital in communities locally and builds cross-sector partnerships, advancing economic and social progress as part of its approach to responsible growth. At Bank of America, we’re guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better, through the power of every connection. An important part of this work is forming strong partnerships with nonprofits and advocacy groups, such as community, consumer and environmental organizations to bring together our collective networks and expertise to achieve greater impact. Learn more at about.bankofamerica.com, and connect with us on Twitter (@BofA_News).

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THANK YOU

SUPPORTERS

Keith and Kimberly Norbie Presidio Bret Roberts Helene Schultz Sunrise Banks Symantec The Tech Foundation Fund Thrivent Financial Mike Walstrom Richard Walstrom Lance Whitacre Gwen Zent

$100+ Lonnie Aanden Joyce Aarsvold Sharla M Aaseng Todd Adams Joe Akerson Dionne Griffin Alkamooneh Amazon Smile Andersen Corporation Chris Anderson Craig Arnold Steve Arsenault Alex Askew Brent Bair Allison Barmann Benjamin Bartels Ryan Baune Heather Benson Andy Berg Trent D. Bernatz Mark Besser Jeffrey Bipes Scott Blahauvietz Rhonda Blatti Janice Born Joseph Brick Chris Brooks Justin James Buoen

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Amanda Carroll Kevin M. Casson Paul Challe Lindsey Christian Kelly Clark Michael Clark T A Costigan Scott Cummings Jodi Curtis Colleen Dawson Matt Dean Allen Debes Tricia Denson Acquanetta Denson John Dolejsi Justin Douglas Julie Durham Ross Eggers Mo Elgammal Emergent Networks Sarah Engstrom Matt Fahey Scott Farwig Patton Fast Gerald Filler Melissa Flicek Lori Fraley Teresa M. Freeman Kathryn Freeman Ross Gilbertson John Gilmore Garrett Gleason Sreenivasa Hanagavadi Paul Hannon Kelly Hanson Rick Hardesty Karen Harper Jackie Hartman Todd Hauschildt Michael J. Hedges Nick Joseph Hernandez Jim Holthaus

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Mike Jewett Jim & Jan Doudiet Patrick Joyce Angela Karl Joshua Kass Joseph Keefe Brian & Carin Kelly Matt Keske Darrell Kesti Harold Knutson Matt Koropchak Ethan Kuehl Lisa LaCoursiere Brandon Landin David Lardy Steven LaRock Charles Larson Rosalind Leclaire Matt Lemos Steve Lerach Joe Lyden Michael & Jessica Macrie Dave Maiwurm Sean Manley Jim Mauer David D. McGauvran John Mclaughlin Chris McQuerry Mark Metter Hans Miller Adam Mishler Beth Moncrief Doug S. Morris Mark Murphy Brigitte Nesser Tammy Nguyen Michael Nordstrom Mike O'Keefe Eilene Olesen Gina Olson PagerDuty John Pelant


Matt Pellowski Jon Perron Karin Petty Graham Pfeifer Larye Pohlman Nick Prince Red Hat Henry Reich Erik Renk-Grant Lisa Rhodes Jennifer Rogers Michelle Rohrer Debra Roquette David Ross Jeff Rosseth James Ruttley Mike Ryan Susan Rylance Rodney Salazar Ernest de los Santos Sauer Family Foundation Stephanie Schmidt Craig Schmidtke John Schuett Kelly Sebion Bill Sedoff William Shaw Kristina Sheridan Mike Shong Jon Simonsen Shawn Smith Lucy Smith Erik Srigley Daniel Stiles Mark & Lesley Stoesz David Stout Jesse Stremcha Mike Suomela Thomas Swanson Dee Thibodeau Dina Thomas Mike Thyken

Adrian Tigert Ben Tims Jeff and Jennie Tollefson Ana Triviski United Health Group Rich Walker Lisa Walker Jamie Watson Kimberly Welch

SCHOOL PARTNERS Al-Amal School Apple Valley High School Blaine High School Bloomington Kennedy High School Brooklyn Center High School Burnsville Senior High School Central High School Champlin Park High School Columbia Heights High School Como Park Senior High School Eagan High School Eden Prairie High School Edina High School The FAIR School Harding High School Henry Sibley High School Highland Park Senior High School Hopkins High School Humboldt High School Irondale High School Johnson Aerospace & Engineering High School Mounds View High School Park Center High School Patrick Henry High School Prairie Seeds Academy Richfield High School Robbinsdale Armstrong High School Robbinsdale Cooper High School

Roosevelt High School Rosemount High School Roseville Area High School Saint Louis Park High School Simley High School South High School South Saint Paul Secondary School Southwest High School Spring Lake Park High School Ubah Medical Academy Washburn High School Washington Technology Magnet School

SPECIAL THANKS Allied Parking, Inc. Artemisia Studios, Inc. Best Buy Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Boom Lab Brave New Workshop Champlin Park High School Dell Corporate Foundation Galactic Pizza Highland Park Senior High School InHouse Media Mall of America Minneapolis Convention Center MSP Hatfield and McCoys Olive Garden Anne Pryor Riddle Room Rosemount High School Surly Brewing Company Target Tech Guru Think IT Association Toro University of St. Thomas

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FINANCIAL REPORT TWIN CITIES 2018

$8M

$6M

INCOME AND EXPENSE GROWTH

$4M

$2M

2016

2017

EARNED INCOME

2018

CONTRIBUTIONS

TOTAL EXPENSES

INCOME STATEMENT (UNRESTRICTED) 2016 2017 2018 INCOME Earned Income Contributed Income TOTAL INCOME

$ 4,644,258 913,217 $ 5,557,475

$ 5,595,842 1,219,896 $ 6,815,738

$ 6,845,581 1,321,876 $ 8,167,457

EXPENSES Student Wages Other Program Expenses General & Administrative Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

$ 2,413,377 2,158,583 638,433 238,667 $ 5,449,060

$ 2,693,801 2,666,629 547,870 241,944 $ 6,150,244

$ 3,463,733 3,059,394 986,719 338,269 $ 7,848,115

NET UNRESTRICTED INCOME

$

$

$

108,415

BALANCE SHEET

665,494

2016 2017 2018

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

$ 1,256,237 672,578 180,454 119,176 $ 2,228,444

$ 1,694,240 961,655 65,695 77,962 $ 2,799,551

$ 2,048,884 1,069,983 140,503 43,332 $ 3,302,702

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Other Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES

$ $

$ $

$ $

Unrestricted Net Assets Temporarily Restricted Net Assets TOTAL NET ASSETS

$ 1,870,715 104,323 $ 1,975,038

$ 2,419,910 40,323 $ 2,460,233

$ 2,750,813 170,773 $ 2,921,586

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 2,228,444

$ 2,799,551

$ 3,302,702

30,091 223,315 253,406

94,913 244,405 339,318

2018 EXPENSE BREAKDOWN 44.1% STUDENT WAGES

39.0% PROGRAM EXPENSES

12.6% GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE

4.3% FUNDRAISING

87.2% of expenses funded by earned income

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$7.85M total expenses

54,940 326,176 381,116


GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

STAFF

Mary Lynne Perushek (Chair) CIO, M.A. Mortenson Company

Karen Marben Executive Director

Sarah Lewandowski Curriculum and Instruction Specialist

Daniel Abdul* Vice President of Application Delivery, Optum

Marit Aaseng Career Success Specialist

Julie Vo McConnell Senior Program Coordinator

Dionne Griffin Alkamooneh Project Manager, City of Saint Paul

Adwoa Afreh Program Coordinator, College and Career Success

Billy Moua Account Coordinator

Jackie Statum Allen Education Portfolio Director, Bush Foundation Rassoul Dastmozd President/CEO, Saint Paul College Michael Goar CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities

Mikala Bedor Program Coordinator Joel Crandall Senior Director of Operations Jade Denson Manager of Corporate Partnerships

Tom Holman** Founder, Morning Foundation

Theresa Farrell Program Coordinator

Michael McNamara** Executive VP and Chief Information and Digital Officer, Target

Keegan Fraley Senior Program Manager

Karen Marben Executive Director, Genesys Works Twin Cities

Maya Hanson Senior Program Coordinator

Mai Youa Moua Program Director Geraldine Mpetey Senior Account Coordinator Lindsey Myrick Recruitment Specialist Abbey Nelson Director of Corporate Partnerships Grace Oribamise Program Manager Thao Pham Program Coordinator Julia Reich Program Coordinator

Michael Mathews* CIO, Deluxe Corporation

Aaron Harper Senior Manager of School and Community Partnerships

Stewart McCutcheon* Retired CIO, Ecolab

Britney Hayes College Success Specialist

Leah Roche Digital Marketing and Events Specialist

Matt Neale Vice President, Optum

Heather Hirschey Development Associate

Melizza Rodriguez Administrative Assistant

Sarah Nieters Vice President of IT, Medtronic

Jillian Hiscock Senior Manager of College and Career Success

Jenni Schubert Senior Program Manager

Alina Parast** Vice President of IT, Ecolab Craig Pratt Vice President, Product Line Sales, ServiceNow Tim Thull SVP and CIO, Medica Jeff Tollefson* Former Chief Strategic Growth Officer, Genesys Works National

Natalie Ibarra Program Coordinator Matt Johnson III Program Coordinator Jonelle Jones College and Career Ready Internship Specialist

Richard Walker CEO, York Solutions

Aileen Rosa Kasper Director of Development and Communications

Amir Yunus** CFO, Genesys Works National

Doyen Kulee Program Coordinator

*Indicates board term expired in December 2018. **Indicates board term began in January 2019.

Carly Rhodes Program Coordinator

Emily Spoden Program Coordinator Courtney Stoesz Marketing Manager Andrew Stuart Operations Specialist Gao Thao College and Career Connections Coordinator


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