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2012 ANNUAL REPORT


Harlem rbi and Dream Leadership HARLEM RBI BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair

Kenneth Rosh Fried Frank

David S. Blitzer

Katherine DeFoyd Growth for Good

Ramon Dominguez

The Blackstone Group

Miller Brewing Harlem RBI Alumnus

Meghan Bracken

Stuart A. Fraser

KPMG

Cantor Fitzgerald

Michele Joerg

Vik Sawhney

Don Truesdale

The Blackstone Group

Goldman Sachs & Co.

Arcem Capital

Robert Sheehan

Gregg Walker

Gilbert Liu

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

Sony Corporation of America

Chris Leonard

Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel

Kirk McKeown

David Sobotka Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Maria Guadalupe-Sharp Colbert Narcisse DBI Construction Consultants Harlem RBI Alumna

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Jamie B.W. Stecher

Jaimin Rangwalla

Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP

New York Mets

Sarah Haga

Shou Capital

Mark Teixeira

Peter Daneker

Zubatkin Owner Representation, LLC

Jeff Samberg

New York Yankees

Todd Builione Highbridge Capital Management

David Cohen

Blue Ridge Capital

Margaret Yates Thorne Claudia Zeldin Growth for Good Executive Director

Richard A. Berlin

Acadia Woods Partners, LLC

DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES Chair

Richard a. Berlin Harlem RBI

Ashish B. Doshi Soroban Capital Partners LLC

Michele Joerg Brad Mak MFS Investment

Elizabeth Pawlson

Melissa Perez

Jonathan Schmerin

Claudia Zeldin

DREAM Parent

The Georgetown Company

Growth for Good

Andrés Satizibal

Eric Weingartner

McKinsey & Company

Robin Hood

Explore Schools

HARLEM RBI Home Run Leadership Council Chair

Mark Teixeira New York Yankees

Bill Bartholomay Willis Group Holdings

Michael Buckley Brunswick Group

Ken Burns

Daniel M. Healy

Florentine Films

Florida Community Bank

Charlie Butler

Keith Hernandez

Runner’s World Magazine

New York Mets

Robert Costas

Jeff Idelson

MLB TV/ NBC

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Chair Emeritus

Marc Jaffe Cross-Platform Publishing Advisors

Bob Kerrey The New School

Sharon Robinson Major League Baseball

John Scotti Team Scotti

Omar Minaya San Diego Padres

HARLEM RBI ALL-STAR COMMITTEE Stephen Bellwood

Adam Fisher

Erin Kelly

Cassidy Turley

New York Mets

Polo Ralph Lauren

Adam Bloom

Nicole Foster

CBS

Scholastic, Inc.

Rebecca Kerr and Timothy Forrester

Christopher Capece

Tom Fraser

Pepsi Co

Avalon Bay Communities

Cantor Fitzgerald

Michael Klein

Joyce Fu

Maxximum Marketing

Daniel Cohen Bloomberg Sports

Rosanna Delia Ernst & Young

Rob Georges The Law Office of Robert W. Georges, Esq.

Elyse Dreyer

David Kelley

Sotheby's

Pressprich & Co.

Scott Lefever Silver Lake

Brett MacMinn Brown Brothers Harriman

Chad Martin

Adam Rossol

KPMG

Robinson & Yablon, P.C.

Michael Moutenot

Allison Sacks

Major League Baseball Properties, Inc.

Core Tech Group

Guy Potvin

McKinsey & Company

Perry Rahbar J.P. Morgan

Alberto Reyes Chatham Asset Management

Mark Romanczuk Goldman Sachs & Co.

Andrés Satizabal Emily Stecher Goldman Sachs & Co.

Nicholas Thorne Basno Inc.


2012:

HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL

Making Dreams Real For over 21 years, Harlem RBI has provided thousands of youth in East Harlem with opportunities to Play, Learn and Grow. And we are proud to report that 2012 has been our best year yet. DREAM Charter School earned an “A� from the New York City Department of Education. On state tests, DREAM ranked second out of 90 NYC charter schools in English Language Arts improvement and sixth in math improvement. In a district where only 33 percent of adults have a high school diploma and only 10 percent are college graduates, Harlem RBI participants have maintained a high school graduation rate of 96 percent and a college acceptance rate of 93 percent since 2005. And as we break ground on a new home for Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School, the future has never looked bigger or brighter. 2012 also brought great accolades and external validation. Harlem RBI was honored as a Robin Hood Hero, a winner of the SEG Foundation Excellence in Action Award and a winner of the Nonprofit Excellence Award given by the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York. Harlem RBI was also awarded the PropelNext grant from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, our first ever major national grant and an exciting first step as we move toward scaling our work into new communities in 2013. Harlem RBI is accomplishing great things, and is still striving to do more. With the opening of our first replication site in the South Bronx next year, the challenges we face have never been greater, nor more inspiring. And while we expand to new communities, rest assured that back home in East Harlem, we continue to invest in the people, practice and promise that make what we do each and every day even better. With your help, we are making dreams real. Thank you for joining us, and thank you for your continued support.

Kenneth Rosh, Chairman of the Board, Harlem RBI

Richard A. Berlin, Executive Director, Harlem RBI Chairman of the Board, DREAM Charter School

ANNUAL REPORT FY2012

Harlem RBI......................................... 4 The Way.................................................................... 5 Our Mission...............................................................7 Our Programs: Play. Learn. Grow. ................ 8 In Their Words.......................................................10 Congratulations to 2012 Graduates............13

DREAM Charter SCHOOL. ........ 14 Our Mission.............................................................15 Our Approach.......................................................16 DREAMers Speak................................................ 17

GOVERNANCE & FINANCIALS.... 19 Governance: Board Report Card................ 20 Financial Overview............................................. 21 Harlem RBI Financial Analysis......................22 DREAM Financial Analysis.............................23

Looking forward...................... 24 Strategic Plan.......................................................25 Talent Development..........................................26 Capital Campaign............................................... 27

SUPPORTERS. .................................... 28 HIGHLIGHTS & LEADERSHIP....................................... 38

Printing graciously provided by Steven Zacharius of the Kensington Publishing Corp. and Cedar Graphics, Inc., who make it possible for the children of Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School to Play, Learn and Grow. Graphic design by Petting Zoo. Photography by Amanda Berns, Patrick Kolts, Moxie Pictures, Stanley A. Stevens III, Ellen Emerson White and Matthew Ziegler.


OUR IMPACT

96%

of Harlem RBI seniors HAVE GraduateD from high school

93%

of Harlem RBI seniors HAVE gained acceptance to college

99%

of Harlem RBI YOUTH HAVE avoided teenage pregnancy Results since 2005


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THE WAY PEOPLE

PrACTICE

Promise

The people who walk into Harlem RBI and DREAM every day—teachers, staff, students, families, alumni, volunteers and donors— possess unparalleled commitment to the youth and families of East Harlem. The people of Harlem RBI and DREAM are energized by hard work and motivated by a passion to transform lives in the community they serve.

Harlem RBI and DREAM are driven by a constant desire to be better, to refine what works and to learn from what does not. They achieve this by employing practices of transparency, accountability and care. This ensures that st a f f m e m b e r s a c h i eve excellence as individuals and work collectively as a team toward a single mission.

Passionate and competent people combined with effective practices deliver on a promise—that all youth will recognize their potential and realize their dreams. Throughout its 21 years in East Harlem, Harlem RBI has worked with the community to deepen this commitment to young people. And in the years ahead, Harlem RBI and DREAM will continue to honor this pledge in East Harlem and beyond.

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OUR MISSION Harlem RBI’s mission is to provide inner-city youth with opportunities to Play, Learn and Grow. We use the power of teams to coach, teach and inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams.

OUR APPROACH

THE DREAMLIST Our programs help youth to be:

• Physically and mentally healthy, able to avoid risky behaviors

• High school graduates • College graduates • Work-ready, with the basic knowledge and skills to find and maintain a job

Harlem RBI’s unique brand of youth development, which includes participation on a baseball or softball team and engagement in group-based academic and enrichment programming, has evolved over the organization’s 21-year history to best meet the needs of East Harlem youth.

• Good teammates, friends and family

OUR VALUES

• Active citizens who participate in their

Harlem RBI teaches and emphasizes the importance of:

members, cultivating positive relationships with peers and adults

• Confident, competent and caring members of their communities

community’s social and political life

• Teamwork • Respect • Diversity • Promise • Effort • Integrity • and of course, Fun!

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ROOKIES Grades K – 1

REAL KIDS Grades K – 5

TEAM ENRICHMENT Grades 6 – 12

TeamBuilders, TeamWorks and DreamWorks are part of the Team Enrichment program that provides critical resources and special opportunities for youth during their teen years.

START

130

boys and girls played tee-ball in the Rookies program this summer on the Field of Dreams.

Rookies learned the fundamentals of baseball and softball, teamwork, coordination, focus and fun!

81

REAL Kids after-school youth % of significantly improved baseball skills such as hitting, catching and running.

97

%

REAL Kids summer youth collectively read 113,000 pages over the six-week summer program.

Physically and mentally healthy

83% THE WAY: PRACTICE

PLAY LEARN GROW

of REAL Kids summer youth avoided summer learning loss by maintaining or improving reading levels.

of REAL Kids after-school youth self-reported character development such as respect, self control, “working hard” and ability to focus.

92 183

Team Enrichment self-reported % of improvement in sportsmanship. Team Enrichment youth completed meaningful service projects in the community.

SOCIAL WORK ALL AGES

96%

of social work cases observed measurable improvement toward goals.

The teenage pregnancy rate among East and Central Harlem residents ages 15–19 is 13.2%. Harlem RBI proudly reports that 99% of its youth have avoided teenage pregnancy.

Good teammates, friends and family members Confident and caring community members


TEAMBUILDERS Grades 6 – 8

TEAMWORKS/ DREAMWORKS

LEGENDS AGes 18 – 24

TeamBuilders collectively completed 648 hours of fitness programming during the after-school season.

100%

of 8th graders successfully navigated through the New York City high school selection process with assistance from Harlem RBI.

Active citizens

Harlem RBI hosted the RBI Northeast Regional Tournament in New York City for the second year in a row. Harlem RBI’s 18U and 15U baseball teams and its 16U softball team competed in the NYC RBI championship games.

80%

of 2011 Harlem RBI graduates (24 of 30) are currently enrolled for college classes in 2012 compared to only 43% of high school graduates in Harlem districts.

93% of 2012 Harlem RBI seniors graduated from high school, compared to 65.5% of New York City youth.

Work-ready

FINISH

Grades 9 – 12

Life-ready

Of the 93% of Harlem RBI seniors who graduated, 100% of them gained acceptance to college. Of those who gained acceptance, 96% matriculated to college, while only 48% of New York City public school graduates matriculated to college.

91% 86%

of TeamWorks and DreamWorks youth reported that they gained leadership skills. of TeamWorks and DreamWorks youth improved their ability to communicate thoughts, ideas, information and messages through teambuilding exercises.

These statistics and facts are key program results from 2012. High school graduates

College graduates

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THE WAY: PEOPLE

IN THEIR WORDS

BELIEF, ENERGY, DEDICATION. DAQUAN

CLASS OF 2012

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PEOPLE

WINNING THE GAME WASN’T THE END

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My twin brother Shaq and I started at Harlem RBI when we were nine. Even when we moved out of our apartment near the Field of Dreams, we still kept coming because we loved it so much. Back then, all I wanted to do was play ball. I had no idea what opportunities Harlem RBI was going to provide me. Fast forward to my senior year. A group of Morehouse students came to my school to talk about their college experience. I knew that Morehouse was the place for me. And when I didn’t get in, I was devastated. But I was told that if I enrolled in the school's summer program and did well, I could be admitted in the fall. The summer program was expensive, but Harlem RBI helped me get there. I am now finishing my first semester at Morehouse. Harlem RBI was already building bridges to Atlanta, so by the time I arrived, everyone from the Dean’s Office to the Atlanta Housing Authority already knew my name. Before I left for college, my team, made up of the same Harlem RBI teammates I had played with since the sixth grade, took the New York City RBI Championships. I couldn’t have asked for a better way to cap off 10 years at Harlem RBI. But I also know that given the places Harlem RBI has taken me, and all the ways I want to give back, winning that game wasn’t the end of anything—not even close. Program Legends (Morehouse College)

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IVAN

JEANNE RIZZUTO

youth participant

EFFORT AND TEAMWORK ON A DAILY BASIS

WORKING TOGETHER FOR IMPACT

I joined Harlem RBI because my dad and I used to play baseball all the time in Central Park. I started in the program with REAL Kids and now I’m on the Tigers team, in TeamBuilders. Over the years, my Harlem RBI coaches made me into a better player and pushed me to become a better student. I like that I can get help with schoolwork here. We have study hall every day after school where staff and volunteers help us with our homework. Even when I don’t ask, the tutors approach me first to see if I need help. Last year, I finished the school year with a 90 average! Brett Gurwitz, TeamBuilders Program Manger, remarks, “Ivan is a model representative of Harlem RBI. In his quiet manner, he leads his team by example, showing effort and teamwork on a daily basis. Ivan stands out as he consistently represents these values and shows respect to both peers and adults. As a result, he was recently awarded a scholarship to attend the national Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Summer Camp. It was not surprising to us that Ivan was named MVP out of the entire camp on the last day! That’s just the kind of kid Ivan is.” Program TeamBuilders

TeaCHER/COACH

As a certified third grade teacher in the Bronx, I battle summer learning loss every fall when my students return from vacation. For three years, I spent my summers as a REAL Kids literacy workshop teacher to help prevent that loss among Harlem RBI youth. The best part? Seeing all those kids reading in their baseball or softball uniforms every morning! While teachers aren’t required to stay for the afternoon baseball and softball portion of the day, as a long-time softball player, I found myself going to the games to watch and cheer on my team and more often than not, coach from the bleachers. As the line between my role as a teacher and a “coach” began to blur, I finally got myself off the bleachers and onto the sideline and became a volunteer softball coach. Coaching and giving players the opportunity to rise up with a single team until they graduate from high school is really exciting. Growing up, my softball coaches always influenced me, both negatively and positively, so I get the significance of this role. At the end of the day, whether you’re a teacher or a coach at Harlem RBI, you make a huge impact on kids’ lives. Harlem RBI is very special. Everyone works together for the kids, and I’m happy to be a part of that.

Grade Level Seventh Grade

Role/Program Teacher, REAL Kids Summer; Softball Coach, TeamBuilders

Team Tigers

Team Comets

Years at Harlem RBI Six

Years at Harlem RBI Three

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JASMIN Berrios

STAFF

BUILDING A HEALTHY, CONFIDENT CULTURE

HARLEM RBI

THE WAY

PEOPLE

The BASE is Harlem RBI’s youth-led peer education program which works to increase awareness about sexual health issues. In a community that has the second highest teenage pregnancy rate and the second highest number of AIDS cases in New York City, The BASE participants provide compelling workshops and outreach campaigns, and serve as healthy role models. I love seeing our young people transform right before us. They come in shy and nervous and then build confidence through group work and open dialogue. A 14-year-old girl who bravely tells her boyfriend she wants to wait to have sex grows up to be a woman who can take a leadership role on a college campus. A 17-year-old boy who sees how HIV has affected his community will not mess around when it comes to safe sex and will educate his younger brother to do the same. The BASE is building a healthy, caring and confident culture while taking on the toughest issues in the community. I’m humbled and honored to lead this program.

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MICHELLE CRUZ

COMMUNITY MEMBER

BRINGING SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL TO EAST HARLEM

I enjoy seeing so many kids in this neighborhood wearing Harlem RBI baseball and softball uniforms. Harlem RBI adds to the color and flavor of East Harlem, and I can see that they are doing great things in the community. I’ve lived in East Harlem since I was eight years old when my parents moved to Wagner Houses. I remember watching television when an announcer said there’s “a bad side of New York”—and there on the screen flashed my favorite neighborhood bodega. Since then, I dreamed of bringing something beautiful to East Harlem. East Harlem Café is a great place for the community to gather. I love seeing the staff of Harlem RBI and DREAM at my café for meetings or a quiet workspace. I know they are helping East Harlem become a better and safer place, and I’m happy to contribute in this way. East Harlem Café is always open to Harlem RBI and DREAM!

Role/Program Program Coordinator, The BASE

Role Owner, East Harlem Café

Years at Harlem RBI Two

Living in East Harlem since Age eight


NATASHA

ALUMNA/STAFF

VALUABLE RESOURCES FOR MY FUTURE Harlem RBI has been my safe space, my home and my community since I was 12 years old. At a young age, I was an angry person dealing with my parents breaking up. I got into fights all the time. I had to take a couple of breaks from Harlem RBI in high school, but it was always there for me when I came back. After graduating from high school, I struggled for two years trying to enroll into college and obtain financial aid due to various family issues. I came back to Harlem RBI once more to start meeting with Stephanie Cowling, Legends Program Coordinator. In order to get me into school, she went in and out of courtrooms with me, found valuable resources to assist me and eventually helped me enroll. Now, two years later, I am one course away from earning my Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice at Monroe College. The next step for me is a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Social Work! Growing up in East Harlem, I know what the neighborhood is like for kids. This makes me want to graduate so I can give back. I will always be a part of Harlem RBI.

CONGRATULATIONs

2012 Graduates Dzifa Avalime Pace University

Lee Johnson LaGuardia Community College

Krystal Ayala John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Cathyliz Lopez Buffalo State College

Lesley Baez LaGuardia Community College Torin Barnes Bowie State University

Shaq Love Tompkins Cortland Community College

Adonis Cruz Hobart & William Smith Colleges

Oldanny Morillo State University of New York at Albany

Raven Edmond University of Pittsburgh

Brian Paulino Monroe College

Ian Gomez College of Staten Island

Emily Pena College of Mount Saint Vincent

Kelvin Griffith State University of New York at Cobleskill

Idaysha Quinones LaGuardia Community College

Orandi Guzman Johnson & Wales University Jasmine Henderson LaGuardia Community College Sade Henderson Buffalo State College Kelly Hernandez St. Thomas Aquinas College

Program/Role Legends (Monroe College) REAL Kids Learning Coach

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Daquan Love Morehouse College

Jamar James Long Island University Brooklyn

Nia Rodriguez Fashion Institute of Technology Destiny Sanchez State University of New York at Potsdam Jacob Santiago State University of New York at Brockport Victoria Sostre Saint Peter’s College Patricia Vazquez Wheaton College

Janine Jimenez Borough of Manhattan Community College

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OUR MISSION DREAM Charter School’s mission is to prepare students for high-performing high schools, colleges and beyond through a rigorous academic program that develops critical thinkers who demonstrate a love of learning, strong character and a commitment to wellness and active citizenship. DREAM Charter School inspires all students to recognize their potential and realize their dreams.

OUR VISION DREAM Charter School develops life-long learners who make positive change in their communities and the world. DREAM graduates understand that a healthy and resilient body enhances an active and critical mind. Our graduates have the skills and habits of mind to tackle complex challenges, engage in spirited debate, innovate and inspire.

OUR VALUES Diversity:

We believe in inclusion and we recognize the unique strengths of all people.

Respect:

We show respect for ourselves and seek to understand and honor other perspectives.

Effort and Enthusiasm:

We work hard and persevere through challenges; we learn from our mistakes and are not afraid to take risks. We love to learn!

Achievement:

We have a relentless drive to fulfill our potential and reach our goals.

Mindfulness:

We are aware of our needs as learners, our impact on others and our responsibility to the community.

All within a Team: We believe in the power of collaboration and community.

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OUR APPROACH Culture of Achievement

Academic excellence is at the center of DREAM’s culture. Students are held accountable for completing their work, participating and reaching their goals. At DREAM, young scholars learn joyfully and success is celebrated.

Curriculum That Drives Rigor DREAM curriculum motivates students to apply higher-level thinking, analytical problem solving and greater independence. Teachers ensure that students are responsible for their own learning and hold students to high standards at all times.

Responsive Intervention Before students fall behind, DREAM teachers catch them. Small learning groups are flexible, allowing for individualized and targeted instruction. Teachers make sure academic gaps are addressed early, using multiple modes of intervention so that scholars receive the appropriate attention at the right time.

MAKING DREAMS REAL

2012 was a banner year for DREAM Charter School— DREAM received an “A” from the New York City Department of Education, and on state tests, DREAM students achieved the following results:

• Fourth graders increased their

proficiency in English Language Arts (ELA) by 154%—the second highest improvement out of 90 New York City charter schools.

• Fourth graders increased

their proficiency in Math by 91%—the sixth highest improvement citywide.

• The 2012 third grade cohort had 93% more students proficient in ELA and 45% more students proficient in math than the 2011 third grade cohort.

• In both English and Math, DREAM fourth graders outperformed the school district average and the New York City average.

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DREAMERS SPEAK

Fifth grade DREAMers share a glimpse into their year. All three students are also REAL Kids participants during after-school hours and summer months.

FIFTH GRADER

ARIEL

FIFTH GRADER

I COULDN’T LET THEM DOWN

I CAN DO SO MUCH MORE

I WILL Never give up

Before I took my state tests last year, I was a little nervous. But I felt more confident taking the tests because my teachers helped me to prepare and practice. I was happy to know that the whole school wanted me to do my best, and I coudn't let them down.

Last spring, we went on a class trip to Washington D.C. and visited the University of Maryland. The food was really good on campus and the dorms were nice. When I stepped into one of the rooms, I thought, my parents HAVE to see this! One day, it’s going to be my room, my bed, my posters and my pictures. I’m excited about getting older because I can do so much more!

At DREAM, I like that we have a lot of fun but get into serious mode to learn more. We also learn about values. My favorite is “respect” because it’s the way you behave toward another person. The teachers at DREAM are always respectful to me and they encourage me to never give up.

Favorite Subject Math Years at DREAM Four Dream Job President of the United States (or NY Mets Shortstop)

Favorite Subjects Math and Writing Years at DREAM Four Dream Job Author (or a baseball player)

Favorite Subject Math Years at DREAM Three Dream Job Lawyer (or a baseball player)

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PEOPLE

JADA

THE WAY

FIFTH GRADER

DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL

JULIAN

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JAHEN BEATTY

PARENT

My daughter Araya loves DREAM. It was important for me to find the perfect school for her, and I am so happy we found DREAM. It’s our new family. When I was growing up, the principal only knew the bad kids. But at DREAM, Prinicpal Eve knows everybody by name, even the parents. She’s easy to approach and I can talk to her about anything. And the teachers are always available. Last year, Araya had difficulty with reading and her teachers met with her everyday before school at 7:45 in the morning to provide the extra help she needed. It was amazing to see Araya use many different strategies to improve her reading skills. In just three months, she jumped up six reading levels! Every day at DREAM, there are endless possibilities for my daughter. She’s going to have the best day, the best conversations, and the best education. Dream for her DREAMer She gets the best education for her future

THE WAY

PEOPLE

THE POSSIBILITES ARE ENDLESS FOR MY CHILD

DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL

Years at DREAM Three

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BROOK CHILDS

TEACHER

A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO EDUCATION I have been teaching at DREAM Charter School since it opened in 2008. From that first year, I have always set high goals for my students. I want my students to be self-motivated to learn, to listen and to comprehend the content and context of their lessons. I want my DREAMers to be lifelong learners. This year, my fourth grade students met these goals and exceeded my expectations. As a result, our challenging and comprehensive curriculum helped DREAMers outperform the school district and New York City averages in both math and science. While state test results are important measures to compare our progress to that of other schools, DREAM’s strengths lie in our holistic approach to student development. Extracurricular activities such as music, theater and sports allow our students to develop self-esteem and confidence outside of the classroom, helping them to find success in it. DREAM further encourages student development through an inclusive method that allows general education students to learn side by side with special education students. The DREAM team is dedicated to working together and providing a well-rounded education for our students and inspire them to achieve their best. Instruction Level Fourth Grade Dream for her DREAMers They become lifelong learners Years at DREAM Four, since it opened

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GOVERNANCE

2012 BOARD REPORT CARD

100%

CONTRIBUTED FINANCIALLY.

HARLEM RBI I DREAM

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PRACTICE

Board has maintained full participation in giving since FY2004.

20

89%

AVERAGE ATTENDANCE AT quarterly BOARD MEETINGS.

$761,004 $7.23M CONTRIBUTED FOR OPERATIONS.

PLEDGED to capital campaign.

NEW HARLEM RBI BOARD MEMBERS David S. Blitzer

Jaimin Rangwalla

Margaret Yates Thorne

Since joining Blackstone in 1991, David Blitzer has been involved with the execution of Blackstone’s investments. He previously established Blackstone’s corporate private equity investment efforts in Europe. David graduated magna cum laude from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. David serves as a Director of United Biscuits and is an investor/owner of the Philadelphia 76ers NBA franchise.

Jaimin Rangwalla co-founded Shou Capital in 2012. Prior to Shou Capital, Jaimin was a Senior Partner from 2007-2011 at Coatue Management, a technology, media and telecom-focused equity hedge fund. From 2006-2007, he worked in private equity at Fenway Partners as a generalist. Jaimin attended the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University and he graduated in 2004 magna cum laude with a B.S. in Finance and Accounting and a minor in Mathematics.

As a consultant, Margie Thorne focuses on start-ups in education and healthcare reform. She is also the owner of Niknats, a personalized needlepoint gift business. For the last 20 years she has worked with a wide range of non-profits, providing support in start-up management, fundraising and finance. Prior to her work with non-profits, Margie worked for 15 years at Citigroup. Margie has served numerous New York City-based and national charitable boards.

The Blackstone Group, Senior Managing Director and Head of Tactical Opportunities

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Shou Capital, Partner and Director of Research

Non-profit Consultant


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FINANCIALS

RESOURCEFUL, STRATEGIC, EFFICIENT. A PROPiTIOUS CYCLE OF STEADY GROWTH For the 16th consecutive year, Harlem RBI has increased annual revenue. Harlem RBI’s fiscal prudence and ability to expand its donor base has enabled the organization to enhance programs and serve more youth over the years. With the resources available to deliver better programming, the organization achieved greater outcomes. And Harlem RBI has remained accountable to its donors with over 80% of funds dedicated to program services. This propitious cycle has allowed Harlem RBI to develop bigger and broader plans for the future of the organization. In 2012, Harlem RBI and DREAM launched a bold strategic plan that outlines the completion of a capital project, and the expansion of Harlem RBI’s award-winning programs both locally and nationally. As the organization begins to take the steps necessary to achieve this vision and future growth, Harlem RBI and DREAM will remain fiscally prudent to ensure sustainability.

Chris Leonard, Harlem RBI Board Member and Treasurer says, “It is an honor to serve on Harlem RBI’s Board and I am extremely proud to support such an impactful and effective organization. There is a great need for Harlem RBI, in East Harlem and in many other cities. And we will continue to require additional resources to meet this demand. I hope donors will continue to support Harlem RBI and take part in enabling more youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams."

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HARLEM RBI FIVE-YEAR FINANCIAL ANALYSIS In millions of Dollars • Operating financial information excludes impact of Capital Campaign and Project

INCOME EXPENSE ASSETS

$8.0

$6.0 $5.4 $4.5

$4.7

$4.4

FY2008

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$4.3

$3.9

$3.6

FY2009

$8.0M

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Special Events, Net

FY2010

$ 2,726,176 2,359,378 Private Grants 967,844 Public Grants 715,828 General Contributions 818,217 Earned Income Team Sponsorships 292,200 94,425 Other Income

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$6.4

$5.0 $4.3

$4.0

FY2011

HARLEM RBI 2012 INCOME ANALYSIS

HARLEM RBI

DREAM

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$3.7

$7.6

FY2012

HARLEM RBI 2012 EXPENSE ANALYSIS

34% 30% 12% 9% 10% 4% 1%

$7.6M

80%

OF EXPENSES GO DIRECTLY TO YOUTH PROGRAMS. Program

Administrative and Fundraising

$

6,040.818 80% 1,573,242 20%


DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FOUR-YEAR FINANCIAL ANALYSIS In millions of Dollars

INCOME EXPENSE ASSETS

$4.9 $4.2

$3.2

$3.1

$4.0

$2.8

$2.1

$1.7

$1.6

$1.2

FY2009*

$5.1

FY2010

$1.5

FY2011

FY2012

*FY2009 represents DREAM’s first year of operation, reflecting an 18-month period beginning January 1, 2008.

DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL 2012 INCOME ANALYSIS

DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL 2012 EXPENSE ANALYSIS

$5.1M

$4.9M $ 4,014,782 80% DOE Per Pupil Private Grants 279,525 6% 227,672 5% Public Grants 341,029 7% In-Kind and Other 74,816 2% General Contributions

84%

OF EXPENSES GO DIRECTLY TO YOUTH PROGRAMS. Program

Administrative and Fundraising

$

4,307,314 84% 801,206 16%

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THE WAY: PROMISE

STRATEGIC PLAN Harlem RBI’s 2012–2016 Strategic Plan serves as a roadmap for the expansion of services within the East Harlem community, to the South Bronx and eventually to other U.S. cities. While the organization will continue to deliver and enhance its high quality programming in East Harlem, it will also bring its exemplary program model to youth in other communities for the first time. Harlem RBI is proud to report that it is well on track to successfully meeting goals outlined in the strategic plan.

Strengthen base, prepare for growth > LAUNCH NYC EXPANSION > PILOT nATIONAL REPLICATION

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

FY 2012 JULY 2011

FY 2013 JULY 2012

FY 2014

FY 2015

JULY 2013

JULY 2014

FY 2016 JULY 2015

JULY 2016

Successfully conclude current major projects Consider DREAM high school

Strengthen infrastructure Local

National

PROMISE

Conduct due diligence in preparation for growth* * Local and national

Grow impact and learning through local expansion Local pilot

Focal period

National pilot

Activities ongoing

PHASE 1

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

WHAT WE'VE DONE SO FAR During the first 18 months of the strategic plan, Harlem RBI strengthened the following key areas of organizational infrastructure in preparation for local and national expansions:

• Talent Development

• Codification

Increasing program efficiency and consistency to support growth efforts in East Harlem and beyond.

Attracting, supporting and growing a high performing staff.

• Evaluation Ensuring program quality and impact, season to season and year to year.

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Pilot program begins

HARLEM RBI

Formal Board and staff review required for next-stage growth

THE WAY

Seek national impact

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THE WAY: PRACTICE

TALENT DEVELOPMENT

people are what make it happen Talent Development supports and develops staff across the organization in order to:

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STAFF

Coming to work every day should be exciting. Working here should never feel like 'just a job.' It should be a place where you are learning, growing, and making a meaningful impact all at once. What does all of this mean? It means our youth experience a continuity of support over time. As our young people grow from Kindergarteners to college graduates, our staff grows along with them. It means young people see strong leadership modeled before their eyes—which better prepares them to be leaders themselves. The more effective we are at leading, managing change, developing others, and accomplishing our goals, the better we are able to serve our youth.

• ensure hiring of high performers who also have high potential to grow within or beyond their positions • increase professional development opportunities for all staff • grow staff satisfaction and retention • improve staff performance • ensure the organization is ready for future growth Talent Development offers growth opportunities for all employees and maintains a culture of feedback and accountability so that along with its participants, staff learn to recognize their potential and realize their dreams

HARLEM RBI

DREAM

THE WAY

PRACTICE

With the keen understanding that people are what make it happen in any organization, Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School launched Talent Development as a strategic focus in 2012.

JeN CHAU

Role Director of Talent Development

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dream charter school

Years at Harlem RBI and DREAM One


THE WAY: PROMISE

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN FOR HARLEM RBI AND DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL

THE WAY

91%

OF TOTAL GOAL RAISED. $32.5 NYC Department of Education

Matching Grant

Goal: Total Raised:

$

52,500,000 47,532,308

$15.0 Private

Fundraising

$5.0

Need

In millions of Dollars

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CAPITAl campaign PROGRESS

HARLEM RBI

Ilene Brettler, DREAM parent, has lived in Washington Houses for 26 years and her daughter Jolita has been attending DREAM Charter School since it opened in 2008. "I'm excited about the new building. When people in the neighborhood see the new school and housing they will know that good things are happening here. This project is good fo r o u r future and the future of our children."

PROMISE

Last year, Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School launched a capital campaign to fund the development of an innovative mixed-use facility for the community of East Harlem. In addition to providing Harlem RBI and DREAM with a state-of-the-art home, this visionary project will provide community space, increase affordable housing, renovate a public park and create jobs for the community.

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HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS The work of Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School would not be possible without the generosity of donors like you. Thank you for your support. $100,000 AND ABOVE

$25,000-$49,999

Altman Foundation Cantor Fitzgerald Capital One The Charles Hayden Foundation The Clark Foundation Coatue Foundation Steven & Alexandra Cohen† Peter & Miriam Daneker The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Stuart & Elise Fraser The Heckscher Foundation for Children Daniel LaVecchia† Christopher & Kathryn Leonard† Roberto & Allison Mignone Miles S Nadal New York City Department of Youth and Community Development New York State Department of Health Lisa Pevaroff & Gary Cohn† Robin Hood The Samberg Family Foundation Arthur & Rebecca Samberg† Jeff & Debbie Samberg† Robert & Elizabeth Sheehan† David & Karen Sobotka† Starr International Foundation Mark & Leigh Teixeira† Nicholas & Nate Thorne† Tiger Foundation Donald & Christina Truesdale†

Barclays Capital Karen & Todd Builione† J.E. & Z.B. Butler Foundation Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP Esther de Rothschild† Fried Frank Richard Friedman Family Foundation FTI Consulting† Enrico S. Gaglioti Glenview Capital Goldman Sachs Phil & Kory Griffin HealthCor Foundation Trust Daniel M. Healy Highbridge Capital Management LLC Kensington Publishing KPMG Legg Mason Major League Baseball Maverick Capital Foundation MDC Partners Colbert Narcisse† New York State Department of State New York Yankees Nomura Securities International, Inc. NYC Service Proskauer Rose LLP Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP Mary & David Solomon SUNY Charter Schools Institute Teagle Foundation The Jeffrey A. Altman Foundation Theodore Luce Charitable Trust Up2Us Walmart Wells Fargo

$50,000-$99,999 AOL Inc. Bank of America BTIG Credit Suisse Delta Air Lines The Hearst Foundation, Inc David & Michele Joerg† Eric Lane† Kirk & Rebecca McKeown† Morgan Stanley Jeffrey Nedelman† The New York Community Trust New York State Department of Education New York State Office Of Children & Family Services Kenneth & Merideth Rosh† Jeffrey W. Schroeder† Select Equity Group Foundation Becky Diamond & Jamie Stecher† Stella & Charles Guttman Foundation

* Dreamteam25.org Donors

$10,000-$24,999 Adolph & Ruth Schnurmacher Foundation The Altschul Foundation Tim Armstrong Assured Guaranty Corporation† Anna & Dean Backer BDO USA, LLP BNY Mellon Brunswick Group Bulldogs Care Foundation Don Canterna† The Cody Foundation Joan Ganz Cooney & Peter G. Peterson Deutsche Bank

† Capital Campaign Donors

Discovery Land Company Foundation Elyse & Anthony Dreyer† EmblemHealth Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz Tom Fraser & Giselle Quesada Geen Family Foundation† Alan Goldfarb Grosvenor Capital Management, L.P. Guidepoint Global Harmonic Fund Services HCC Specialty Underwriters Highmark HSBC Securities Inc. ICAP North America Inc. Jane & Robert Katz Foundation† JPMorgan Chase & Co. Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Kirkland & Ellis Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel L + M Development Partners Larry Robbins Foundation Latham & Watkins LLP Catherine A. Lawton & Thomas Cosgrove† LDH Energy Liu Family† The Lizzie & Jonathan M. Tisch Foundation Marion E. Kenworthy-Sarah H. Swift Foundation MetLife Foundation Michael Millette† MLB.com Thomas Montag Donald Mullen National Financial Partners Natixis The New York Mets Foundation Scott C. & Amie Rath Nuttall Och-Ziff Capital Management The Office of Congressman Charles B. Rangel OpSec Securities r.w. pressprich & co. Perry Rahbar RBC Capital Markets Ropes & Gray LLP Samlyn Capital, LLC Vik & Margarita Sawhney Schlesinger Gannon & Lazetera LLP The Seinfeld Family Foundation† Seth Sprague Educational & Charitable Foundation Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Source Marketing Stroock, Stroock & Lavan Team Scotti

Stu Fraser

OUR BEST MOMENt IS YET TO COME I’ve been giving to Harlem RBI for years—even before Rich Berlin came along! In the earlier days my contribution was a big percentage of the organization’s revenue. It’s nice to see that my percentage has dropped considerably since then, even though I’m giving more. As Harlem RBI grew, it never overreached. No matter how good the previous year was, Harlem RBI remained cautiously optimistic and continued to quietly do its work in East Harlem. Now, the quality of the program speaks for itself, and that’s why I’ve continued to be a donor for so many years. I’m involved with many charities, and none is more effective than Harlem RBI. My son Tom is now a Harlem RBI donor and a member of the All-Star committee, despite my attempt to convince him to go the other way. I told him to focus on work first, and then make a contribution later when he’s older and more successful. Instead he followed my example. He saw this organization doing great things and gravitated toward it. I’ve been around a long time and I’ve witnessed what this organization has accomplished. But even with all of the success at Harlem RBI, I believe our best moment is yet to come. Role Harlem RBI Board Member Years of Support Seventeen

This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.

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HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued Tiffany & Co. Two Sigma Investments, LLC UBS Jeff Verschleiser Vertical Knowledge Gregg A. Walker*† Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP YNY Global Partners, LLC Zeldin Family Foundation†

$5,000-$9,999 Anchorage Advisors Christopher & Patricia Arndt Susan Babbitt Baker Hostetler Nan Bases Michael Beebe Neeraj Bewtra David Blitzer Blue Heron Research Partners Josh Brodie Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Cantor Commercial Real Estate Cassidy Turley Shiv Chakraborty Eric Childs Andy Chisholm Citi Corporate & Investment Banking Clearly Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP David & Erika Cohen† Thomas Cole Michael Del Giudice Dennis J. Gilbert Foundation Srinivas Dhulipala Evan Dick Phillip & Amy Duff Robert & Edith DuPuy TJ Durkin Scott Eichel Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies Finish Line Youth Foundation Mark Gallogly Stephen & Myrna Greenberg Glenn & Susanna Hadden Sarah Haga & Damon Strub† HL Group Partners Jeffrey Holman Horizon Media, Inc. Robert Kamerschen Michael Karsch Laird + Partners Gregg R. Lemkau Keith Lind Thomas & Amanda Lister Lone Pine Foundation James Marley Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd. * Dreamteam25.org Donors

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MLB Network The Morrison & Foerster Foundation Mostafa Family Charitable Lead Trust Michael Motta News Corporation Thomas Patrick Philip J. Hahn Foundation John & Ellen Porzio Purtell Family Charitable Fund Jaimin & Elizabeth Rangwalla Edward Rappa Michael Rodriguez Andrés Satizabal Robert Schwenkel The Social Operation William & Karen Sonneborn Soros Fund Charitable Foundation Ilan Stern Mary J. Sutherland† Tiger Global Management LLC Toskan Casale Foundation Laura J. Waitz The Walsh Family Watermill Institutional Trading LLC Wilf Family Foundations Gregg S. Wolpert W. Thomas York, Jr.†

$1,000-$4,999 AGM Partners LLC Faiz Ahmad & Tram Nguyen Benedict Aitkenhead AKRF Engineering Peter Allan & Laurie Atkins David & Nicole Allinson Arthur Dubow Foundation Joshua & Jackie Astrof Avalon Bay Communities Avon Products Inc. Leann Balbona Saar & Lisa Banin Barbara Appel Irrevocable Living Trust Lukas D. Baumgartner Stephen Belber Stephen Bellwood Berdon LLP Matthew Berke Ira & Martha Berlin Louis Black Adam Bloom Barry Bluestein Meghan Bracken† Lester Brafman Ed Brojerdi Michael & Jennifer Buckley Steve Bunin Charles & Sarah Butler

† Capital Campaign Donors

dream charter school

Richard J. Byrne Charles C. Cahn, Jr. Canyon Partners LLC Robert Castrignano The Charles Foundation Samuel Choi Civic Builders G. Peter Clark Susan C. Cockfield Coleman Research Group David D. Conover Robert Cote Covington & Burling LLP Brahm Cramer Ben Crane* Carmen Craner David C. Wiener & Company David G. Lambert Restricted Foundation Davis & Gilbert LLP DBI, LLC Katherine DeFoyd & Gordon Murray† James DeMare Ramon & Michelle Dominguez Jr.† Barbara Donohue Caroline Dries Duane Morris LLP Michael B. Dubno & Loren Blackford Elizabeth & Nick Durastanti Ernst & Young Lisa Eskenazi Eli N. Evans Mark Fedorcik David & Amy Flannery Foundation for Global Sports Development George & Frances Foussianes Frank & Esther Stein & Carol Geisenheimer Charitable Foundation, Inc. Frank’s Sport Shop Frenkel & Company Joyce Fu & Chad Martin† Chris Gallagher Gannett Foundation Mitchell Gendel Barbara Germain Brian T. Gilmore Noah Goldberg Graham Goldsmith Eric M. Goldstein Gotham Construction Robert Gottlieb Jon & Mindy Gray† David Grossman Maria Guadalupe-Sharp† Saangar & Megan Gupta The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. Robert Hamwee Mark Hantho

H. Peter & Elisabeth Haveles Havkins, Rosenfield, Ritzert & Varriale Francisco Hernandez Hirschen Singer & Epstein LLP Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP Eric R. Jacobs Weston Jacobs Jeff Johnston Jonathan Rose Companies Gregory Keefe David Kelley Janet & Peter Kelley Christopher Kelly Rebecca Kerr & Timothy Forrester Brent Key* Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners Kittenbrink Family Foundation Sean Klimczak Michael Koester Joshua & Nancy Korff Steven Kronethal Kevin Krupski Andrew A. Lance Christine Lasala Troy Lavinia David Lawrence The Leon & Toby Cooperman Family Foundation Lisa Lindsey Jesse Litvak Jonathan Locker Howard Lutnick John & Joella Lykouretzos Major League Baseball Players Association Manhattan Athletic Club Carl Manison Margaret & Daniel Loeb Third Point Foundation Mazur Family Foundation Kathryn McAdams Thomas Michaud Rory O. Millson† Steven & Heather Mnuchin Michael Modena† Moglia Family Foundation Alexandra & Greg Mondre Morgan Lewis Moses & Singer LLP Ross Moskowitz Michael Movsovich Sean & A.J. Murphy Nuveen Investments The Office of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer Ethan Orlinsky Robert Orr Stephen & Kristen Padovano Perkins Eastman Plum Beach Foundation

Susan Butler Plum James Pollotta David Porzio Guy Potvin Jay Ptashek & Karen Elizaga Adi Rabinowitz Random House The Rauch Rainoff Foundation Richard & Betsy Shuster Family Fund Robert Goldstein Ronald McDonald House Charities Global Ronald McDonald House Charities of New York Tri-State Area Chapter Barry Rosenstein RR Donnelley Joe & Sandra Samberg Chris & Margaret Santana Charles J. Scarborough Ian Schwartz Scott & Stringfellow Search Ministries Ann Lewis Seltzer & Richard Seltzer Scott Shleifer Talbott & Carter Simonds Andrew & Erin Sloves David Smith Karen, Henry & Spencer Smul Sobel Family Foundation Stanley Stahl Management Robert Starkey Esta Stecher Michael Stecher Sterling Mets, LP Sterling National Bank STS Foundation Tim Stuart & Tracy McHale Stuart Christopher & Lauren Sullivan Stephen W. Swindal, Jr. Louis Talarico Ed Tam Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP John & Margaret Ann Teixeira* William Thomas Allen R. Thorpe & Meghan E. Mackay Judson Traphagen Truist Tycher Family Foundation United Way Of NYC Damian Valentino William Van Ness Jeffrey & Stacey Weber Robert C. Welch Arleen West Western Beef Avery Whidden Robert S. Wittenstein & Lisa Berlin Wittenstein Earle Yaffa

This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.


HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued ZBI Employee Allocated Gift Fund Claudia Zeldin Ziff Brothers Investment LLC Zog Sports, LLC Beth Zubatkin

$500-$999 Joshua & Larissa Abrams Christian & Cherylyn Ahrens Dennis Albrecht Apple Bank Ariel Property Advisors Richard & Kara Berlin Michael & Janice Bernstein Gina Beuz Bob Bidwell* Gary Black Blue Ridge Capital Jonathan Brandt Ken Burns Jonathan Burwick Christopher Capece Charles E. & Robyn M. Carpenter Cauldwell Wingate Frederick Childs Constance Christensen Laurel A. Coben Terryl Cote Rosanna Delia & Tiffany Lopes Thomas Doherty Susan Donoghue Susan & David Edelstein Jeff Fachler Susan Feinberg Foley & Lardner LLP Karen B. Freeman Jennie Friedman James G. Glynn Edward S. Guercio Matthew Hatton-Poole Cory Hechler Patricia Hemm Henry C. & Karin J. Barkhorn Foundation Yongjin & Jisoo Im Jim Janover & Marcy Sandler Darlene Jeris & John Loughlin Lisa Jones Andrew Kandel Maria Karalis Michael S. Katzke Robert & Maryann Korsen Kraft Foods Foundation Dollars for Doers Progam Michael Lasky & Margaret Einhorn Terry & Margaret Lenzner George Liu Daniel E. Lonski Florence Macdonald * Dreamteam25.org Donors

Robert Manfred Mark Mason* Medallion Financial Corporation The Michael Colombini Foundation Stephen & Evalyn Milman Jeffrey Mishkin & Patricia J. Clarke Gregory Paull Mitchell Stephen & Rhoda Moss Jennifer Mourafetis Eric & Kim Murphy Carla Ogunrinde Philip Orlando* The Philanthropic Initiative Philip Berney & Jane Pollock Fund Jamie Platzer Kenneth & Bettina Plevan Amol & Rebecca Prasad Jennifer Price Susan Cohen Rebell Antonius Reutelingsperger Tricia Rumola The Rust Foundation Liam Sargent Greg & Gloria Schaefer Dominique Schulte Harvey Shapiro Larry Shapiro Patrick Sissman Joseph C. & Kim Stamler Jr. Ron Stein Richard D. Stern Mickey Strasser Michael J. Taliercio Melody Tao John M. Viola Tim & Marie Walsh Kaylie & Josh Yatskowitz

$100-$499 Brandon Robert Abbs Grace E. Abbs Bryon Adinoff Advantage Testing, Inc. Richard Allen Barbara Almy Ryan P. Alovis R. Anazagasti, Jr. Michelle Andrews Judy Antell Alan & Judith Appelbaum Lynn Appelbaum Jessica Arisohn Clay Arnell Jake Arnell Launa Arnell Andrew D. Baker Joshua G. Banschick

Stephen Bellwood AND Nicky Heryet

tHE REWARD IS REALLY OURS Stephen: As a Harlem RBI volunteer, I was able to coach the same team from the time they were sixth graders till they graduated from high school. I got to watch them grow up into young men. Nicky: At that time, I was working at CoreNet. We held an annual outing that donated a portion of the proceeds to a chosen non-profit organization. That’s when Stephen told me about Harlem RBI. I was happy to nominate the organization after learning more about its mission. Stephen: One of the requirements of being a beneficiary of the outing was to send volunteers to the event. Nicky: The kids from Harlem RBI were the best volunteers we ever had. They were cheerful, enthusiastic and engaged. I was so impressed with them. Stephen: After the team I was coaching won the championship, I thought, “What can I do next?” And since Nicky was also a fan of Harlem RBI, we thought about sponsoring a team. Nicky: A girls’ team. Stephen: Yes, a girls’ team. So we’ve been doing that for the past six years. Team sponsorship isn’t just about making a donation. Nicky and I sponsor a team and— Nicky: —A girls’ team Stephen: Yes, a girls’ team, and we get invited to all kinds of events: Uniform Night, games, Trophy Night and graduation. Nicky: I knew I loved Harlem RBI when I climbed up five flights of stairs to see their graduation. Stephen: She would never climb five flights for me! Nicky: We’re happy to support Harlem RBI, but the reward is really ours. Role Team Sponsors

† Capital Campaign Donors

Team Dodgers

Years of Support Nine

This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.

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HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued Julie A. Baraban Thomas J. Barra Arzo Bashir Marivonne Basten Ben Baumer Jeremy Beal Barbara Bebon Harold & Laney Becker Henry Belber Gregory Bell Michael Bell Christopher M. Bellapianta Lily Benjamin Jordan Berger Stephen Bernardi Nick & Susan Bernardo Nicole Bernardo Tom & Janet Berry* Bridget Best Irving & Vivian Beyda Lyla Bibi Mindy Biirnbaum Allen Bildner Elizabeth Lindsey Bildner Lizzie Bildner Nancy Bildner Anna M. Bishop Cathy Blaney Jon Blankenberg Elisa Spungen Bildner Erin Levi Blondes Emma Bloomberg & Chris Frissora Jeff Blumenthal Michael Blumenthal Kimberly Bobe* Robert J. & Marcelia M. Boldin Peter Boukouzis Joel & Lonna Bowman Geraldine Bracken* John Branagan Jonathan D. Braver Jonathan Bright Catherine Brown Leslie C. Brown Barry Bryer & Meryl Wiener Christopher R. Burnett Milvia Burns Robert Burns Stephen Burr Christopher Burris Catharine Butterfield Michaelann Byerly* Patrick Byrnes Carol Capece Dawn Marie Carfora Sabrina Carrelli Joseph J. & Janice M. Castiglione * Dreamteam25.org Donors

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Simone T. Castillo Pamela Ann Chait† Juju Chang & Neal Shapiro Brian Charles Igor & Gisela Cherches Pat Chieffalo† Hilary Childs Florence Cho-Velasco* Eunu Chun & Lisa Kim Jennifer Chupp Amanda Cifarelli Deborah Clark James F. Clark Thomas & Nancy Clark Cecilia Clarke Peter Cocheo Amy C. Cococcia Andrea Cohen Daniel Cohen Donna Cohen William M. Cokeley Eve Colavito Ben Colombo* Dale Convery Ellen Cook Gail Cooke John Cooney Michael Cooper Alexander M. Corbacho Corey Lewis Yasmin H. Cornelius Michael Coston Lydia Cotter† Andrew Coyle Aimee J. Crawford Marc Creatore Kathy Crossin Malvina Csorba Shaun Cullen Catherine R. Curley Sheldon & Bonnie Cytron Thomas D’Auria* David & Sarah Daneker Amanda Dauten Frances Davidson Steve Davis Amanda de Vaulx Chris DeAngelis† Mark Deitch James DeJesus† Terry Dellaportas Victoria Ann Dennis & Brian Lehrer Cat DeSantis† Heidi Didonna Joseph DiMauro Michael Ding Marianne T. Diorio † Capital Campaign Donors

dream charter school

Amanda Donovan William Dore Natasha Dossa Allison J. Downey Amy Dreher Olivia K. Dupin Jeanne DuPont Patricia Durastanti* Jennifer L. Early Adrienne Eckart Jon Eisenborg Brian Elbogen Jessie Elhai Susan L. Ellis Thomas E. Engel Barbara Etzel Amy Fallon Rachel A. Feldman Abelardo & Charissa Fernandez Marino Fernandez* Jamie Feuerborn William Feus* Amy Finzi Adam Fisher Octavia C. Fisher Steven Flatow Blaine & Diane Fogg Fordham University Student-Athlete Advisory Council Steve Forman & Charity Robey Forman Fortress Investment Group LLC Brenda Frank Laura Frank Michael Frank Samantha Fraser G. Frias Erich Fritz Gail Fuller Julie A. Fuller David & Gail Furman Gace Consulting Engineers Bryan Gallagher Barbara Gallant Gap Inc. Giving Campaign Marisa Garcia Lia Gartner Gay & Lesbian Independent Democrats Desiree Gayle Christopher Gelardi Robert Georges Meredith Gertler Craig Gibson Jr. The Rev. Dr. Drew Giddings George Gladman Brett Goldberg Barry Goldblatt Joyce Goldin

Melissa Goldman Wendy Goldman & Marcus Rediker Rachel Gomez Gloria Gonzalez* Gordon Family Foundation James C. Gorton & Antonia Berasaluce Gorton Mary W. Gough Rob Griener Brent Groce Christopher Grondahl Edwin Grullon Gerard Gruner Peter Hafner Patricia Haga Thomas E. Hales Eric Halper Michael Hamilton Shannon H. Curry Hartmann Linda Harvey Robert William Harvey Danielle L. Hayner John & Sharon Hays Rob Hellauer Angelique Hernandez Jenna Herold Lawrence G. Hirsch Michael R. Hirschfield Mehren Hopfenspirger Michael Huseby IBM Employee Services Center Jason Ienner Joyce M. Isabelle Kenn Isakson* Robert J. Ivry† Ronnie D. Jacobs David James Britte Jessen-Balint Elz Cuya Jones Jeffrey N. Jones Rob L. Jones & Marianne Jones Eamon Joyce Alexandria E. Kane Jon H. Kars Dina Kaufman Renu Kaur Jordan Kearn Donna M. Kelly Erin Kelly Kevin Kelly Megan Kelly Kimberly Kessler Andrea Kihlstedt Esther Kim Elise Kirban David Klein Jamie H. Klein Matthew Klein

Michael Klein Jamie & Christopher Kocis Kristen L. Kostiw Andrew P. Kraus Deborah Kusin-Kline Nicholas Kutryb* Alison Kwiatkowski Su Zann Lamb* Maleka & Stephen Lawrence Thomas Lazette Michael Lazzara* Chris & Heidi Legg† Jose Leon Helen Leontiou Benjamin Lerer Lisa Letourneau Andrew Levin Ian Levin Lori R. Levinson Louis Levy Marc A. Lewinstein Bill Lienhard Ho Young Lim Teresa Lindemann* Kristen Grippi Litman Kevin & Leslie Lloyd Wendie Lopez Leonard & Lucille Lufrano James Lyman William Brett MacMinn Jesse Maffei Nadya Maffei Rob Maitra* Basil Makharita Jerome & Evelyn E. Makowsky Laura Malick Sheila Maloy Tim M. Maloy The Manhattan Music Group, LLC Lindsay R. Manison Barton Manning Robert Mantle Laura Manzo* Amelie Marian Esperanza Martinez Matthew Marucci Eric Maskin Sally D. Mason Susan Matlow Louisa Mattson Will McDonough Allison McGuinn Danielle & Richard McHugh Pippa McHugh Karina McNish Arthur & Ruby McZier Nahema Mehta

This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.


HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued Todd Meierhans Jeffrey Melendez Donna Mellon Members Give Harry D. Menta† Cindy A. Mercer Elizabeth Metcalf MG Engineering Melissa Michel Debra Milek† Amy Miller Brett & Sherri Miller Ian Miller Meredith K. Miller James Modula Nicola Moelter Alexandra Morel Juliette Morgan Benjamin A. Morganstein Catherine Morin Michael Moutenot Joseph Mullany Carlos Munoz Ryan Munro April Myers Oswald Myers Lori Peters Eric Naison-Phillips Laura Naison-Phillips Kathy Nelson David Newman Mark Nodelman Dennis & Katrina Nordstrom Inga Lee Norton The NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce NYCharities.org Eileen O’Connell Rachel O’Malley Dr. Andrew Oberwager Susan Obreza* Brooks Olbrys† Orowitz Charitable Fund James & Elizabeth Orr Jonathan Orr* Adewale Osinowo Alissa Owens Alison Page Thomas Pageler Chris Pallotta Robert W. Pannell Glen Park† Leslie Park Morgan & Elizabeth Paull Mitchell Matthew Pedley Brian Peller† Michele Olivier Penzer & Jason Ross Penzer Pamela Ann Pepitone * Dreamteam25.org Donors

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PepsiCo Foundation Matching Gifts Program Yvette Rosedale Muriel Peters Carla L. Peterson Pfizer Foundation Austin Philbin Frances Picone Michael E. Pikiel Melissa Pingley Jonathan Pokoik Andrew R. Polland Rachel Pomerantz Christine Pride John & Sallie Pride Charles Prince Daniel Prince Aimee A. Quick* Dennis Quinn Maggie Quinn* Gladie & Art Rabitz Peter & Robyn Rahbar Sharlene Rajkumar Margarita Ramos Neil Raynor Renee Reso Albert P. Reyes John P. & Diane L. Ricciardi Jeanne Rizzuto Jacqueline A. Roberts Winthrop Robinson* Rockefeller Brothers Fund Jonathan & Helene Rod David Rodolitz Thomas Rolando* Nancy Schellhorn Sherley Rosefort Ernst Rosenberger Connie Childs Rosengarten Diane Rosenthal Melvin & Marilyn Rosh Adam & Nicole Rossol S. Rachel Rowlett* David Ruderman James Rump Allison Sacks Arthur Samuels Eileen Santos* Van B. Sapp Stephanie Sarokin Ann Sayari & Will Heininger Michael Schaenen Nicholas & Katherine Scharlatt Jarrod Schlesinger† Lori R. Schnadig Adam Schuster Benjamin B. Seeley Robert Sellers

† Capital Campaign Donors

dream charter school

Richard H. Sewell Brittany Shapiro William Shapiro Mark & Linda Shearman Robert Sheehan Jr. Stephen Shepard & Lynn Povich Daniel Silverstein Kenneth M. Simon Michael Simon SLCE Architects, LLP Andrea Sluchan* Jonathan & Cornelia Small Chris Smith Sean Smith Soapstone Gallery Laurence Sorkin Richard Souto Jay Cuneyit Sozkesen Jerry Spegman* Jennifer Spinelli* Peter & Felice St. John Josh Stamberg† William Stampur Emily Stecher Elissa Steinberg Bartholomew A. Steinhorn Kerri Stelcen Robert Stephens Caryn Stepner Anne Marie Stillfried† Heather Strekal John Sullivan Joe Sultan & Sandy Chilewich Anne Tatreau Richard Taylor Donald Thomas Andrew Thompson Jamie Thompson Albert Tierney Joshua & Jennie Tinkelman Patricia Titley Donna Trahan Travelers Community Connections Matching Gifts Program Lynda Tricarico Dabie Tsai Hannah Tsai Deborah Tuchman Peter Tucker Jean Valanzano Carla M. Varriale Ann Veazey Willie Vega Anthony Velli Mark Vetter Sanjeevanee Vidwans Susan B. Wallace

Eleanor Walsh The Walt Disney Company Foundation Elizabeth Waniewski Debra Wasserman Eve Wasserman Kevin Watson Sara Watts Edward Weber Sara Weet* Michael Weiner Eric Weingartner† Robert A. Weinstock Dana Weintraub Gretchen Werwaiss Adrienne White Denice Williams W. Blake Winchell John Withrow† Fiona Wong Erin Wrenn Adam G. Wright Amy D. Yates Jeffrey Younger Paul Zaffini Max Zhang Joseph W. Zorumski Jason Zoss Vicki Zubovic Aaron Zwas

$1-$99 Ali A. Kyle Abbattista Kay Abbs ABC Global Systems Benjamin Abramowitz Allen Adinoff Jimmye Ahn Robert S. & Ruth E. Albert Michelle Aldrich Travis Aldrich* Rebecca Alizzi Richard Ames Gina Anastasio* Norris Anderson Teresa Anderson Leah Ansell Lisa Antonecchia Spiros Antoniadis Tina Arbes Chloe Arensberg Kyle Arnell Aaron Arnold Daniel Aron Jo Arsenault† Karina Avila Rachel Azarian*

Christina Bagnoli* Travis Baker Gregory Bander Sanchin Bansal Jeannie Barry Richard & Alexandra Baudouin Baupost Group LLC Wendell Beach Allison Bean Brittany Beckstead Amanda Berendt* Richard Berg* Lauren Kaufman Bergmann Renee A. Bernardo Clarie Bickett Elias Bildner Deborah Blakeley Katherine Blanton Patricia Bliss Roslyn G. Bloch Stanley & Nancy Bloom Glen Blount Nicholas & Steven Bogan* John Bolcato* Sarah Boldin Samantha Booth Mary Bornstein Jeanette Bottone* Donna Bowers Caitlin Boyle Kara Bradley Jackie Branch Jeff Brannigan Tom Brasuell Jessica Brenner Stephanie Brinkerhoff Judy Brodsky Eulalia Brooks Pat Brosnan* Abigail Brown Emily Brown Katherine Brown* Andrew Brunswick* Jeanine M. Buceti Shaun Buchhalter Anthony Buhr Karly Burke Lane Burke Margaret Butterfield Sally Buttshaw Ashley Butvilla* Kristen Byrnes Matthew Caldwell Doug Camerano Joseph Campana* Keith Campo Alyssa Canter This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.


HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued Brittany Canter Doris Canter Kathy Canter Kimberly Canter Mitchell Canter Kelly Carbone* Mark Cardillo Courtenay Carella Robert Carr Deondra Carter Rita Caso Mark Cavallo Cynthia Centeno Taewook Cha Kaitlyn Chamberland* Deborah Chapman Timothy J. Charters Dan Checkley* Pamela Chen Sarah Chenault Davina Chesterson Ariel Childs Brooke Childs Elizabeth Childs Douglas Mark Chitel Janna Chiurazzi Suany Chough Scott Clare Alexandra Clark Ross Clark Wesley L. Clark Eric Clem Charles Collins Marilyn Collins Kristina Colon* Travis Conder* Joseph Convery Edmund Conway Megan Cook Jade Cooper* Brian Cotter Regis Courtemanche Elizabeth Cowan Jacquelyn Crane Ann Crangle Abby Crocker Elizabeth Crocker Melody Crowder Anna Denise Culaba* Dianna Curry Michele Cwiertny Rachel Cytron-Miller Glen Dame* Chad Davis Gwendolyn Davis-Webb Timothy Davis Joseph DeGregorio* * Dreamteam25.org Donors

Cynthia Deitch Joshua Deitch Barbara-Ann DeLuca* Jennifer DeVenuti* Elizabeth Dixon* Christina Docous* Rebecca Dolfi Stephanie Dorman Traci L. Douglas Frances Downing Judith S. Dronzek† Richard & Joan Druckman David du Busc Scott Dunn Joanna Dupuis Kateri T. Dupuis* Traci Durkac* Cathy Ebling Caroline Ebrahim Judy Ebrahim Eve Eden Elise Marie Myrvang Eikeland Adel Eley Craig Ely Matthew Emma Jonathan Epstein† Peter Erickson Winifred B. Evans Sherifa Fahmy Lawrence Farrell James Farris Meghan Feldpausch Alice Feng Melissa Fenton Al Ferrara* Angelina Ferrino Jason Fingerman Eduardo Finkielsztejn Alexis Finley* FirstGiving Lori Fishkin William Flaherty Arthur Fleury* Florence & Richard Koplow Charitable Foundation Katti Flores Denise Foo* Lisa Forero Toril Forland Conor Frantzen Kathleen Frasier Joshua Freiberger Jennifer Frias Mary Friedman William Friedman Andrew Froude Alexander Funaro † Capital Campaign Donors

Abigail Furey Stephanie Gales Javier Galindo Sarah P. Ganz Elena Garofoli Michael Garr Doug Gartner Frances K. Gaston Alan Germain Robert Ghiloni Evan Gibson* Jonathan Gilbert Rob Glor Rachel Goheen Jennifer Gold David Goldsmith Abraham Goldstein† Frances Gonzalez Michelle Goodwin Jeff Goralnick Wendy & Peter Gordon Dana Kristina Greechan Michael Greeley Jack & Marcia Greenberg Richard Gregorio* Patrick Gremban Kerry Grimaldi* Patrick Grimes Anne Gross Rana Grossman Mary Ann Guarino Bruce Gunia William Gunn* Smita Gupta Robert Guptill Patrica Guza Emma Haberman Townsend Hall Kimberly Halvorson Barbara Haney Valerie Hanna* Sara Hanni Joanne Harder Brandy Harris-Hodnett Michael Harris† Betty E. Havryluk Jamal Hawash Lauren Hecht Drew Heckathorn Laura Hedli Brigitte Hein Jane Heinrich Laura Hemmert Matthew Hendricks* Andrew Henry Paul Hensler Jaime Herbster

Betty Hernandez Patricia Herold* Rachel Hess Timothy Higgins Alison Hiler Kathleen Hinton Brenda Hiskey Ellen Hochberg Janet Hochfelder Megan Hodges & Elizabeth Jackson Victoria Hoen Karen Hoghaug Jordan Hollander Kenneth Hornstein Shahreen Hossain* Hsin-Jen Hsu Beth Hucke* Shirley Hudders Patricia Hund Institutional Investor Craig Steven Iscoe Daniel Isenberg Concetta Jacklitsch Karen Jackson Jennifer Jean* Drew Jennings Peggy Johnson* Dana Jorgensen Melissa Kantor Robert Kantor Diana Kappen Chris & Vanessa Kasabach Robert Kasel Ingrid Katz Daniel Katzner* Stanley & Joanne Kay Bill Kennedy* Alexandra G. Kenyon Sara Kiernan Jared Kimmel* Ashleigh King Hilary Kliros Jacqueline Knoch Drew Knowlton Eunice Ko Donald Kocherhans Elizabeth Kocherhans Paul Kos Chrissy Kozera* KPMG United Way Campaign Crosby Kearsley Johanna Chao Kreilick Kenneth & Beth Krick Alexandra R. Kulick† Benjamin Kussin Jaime LaFauci Ian Lapidus-Saltz

Patrick Larkin Joseph Lasko* Kadambari Lavsi Robert Lawner Anne Lawrence Carrie J. LeBow† Buddy Lee & Paula Holmes Dana Lee* Fernando Lee Patricia Lee Rana Leibowitz Laura Leitheiser Radu Lelutiu Camille Leon Anthony Leone Nicolas Letourneau Paul Letourneau Denys Levin Frederick Levine Jane Lin Susan & Keith Loeb Kyle Lonergan Grace Loughney Frank A. Luna Norma Jean Macauto Ali Macdonald Donald Macdonald Faith Maciolek* Caroline MacKenzie Jill MacRae Macy’s Foundation Vincent A. Maiello Orlee Maimon Robert Malley-Boehm* Terri Mangold* John Manier* Madeleine Marecki Benjamin Markowitz Nicole Markowitz James Marrone Dwayne A. Marshall Rovic Tomas Martinez Mollie Mattuchio Daniel May Maxim Mayer Catherine Mayerfeld Elizabeth Mazzucca* Kirsten McAulay* Cara McCue Tim McDonald Mary E. McDonnell Patrick McEvoy Elizabeth McGarvey* Rich McHugh Benjamin McKean Alexandra McKee Whitney Mckinley This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.

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HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued Alexis McKittrick Shaun McPartlin* Aly Megaw* Scott B. Melvin Katherine Mendelson Elizabeth Mestnik Jase Miles-Perez Jerrine L. Milke Amanda Miller* Marilyn Miller Stuart Miller Larry Millman Kimberly Miniter* Jennifer Misyak Betsy Mitchell Michael Mitnick Maritza Mojica Nancy Moneyhun Melanie Montagnon* Patrick Montferrat Morgan Stanley Annual Appeal Campaign Alfred & Lisa Morgan Tim Moriarty* Bill Mueller* Jennifer Mueller Andrew Muldowney Nicholas Myers Jordan Nahas-Vigon Armaghan Naik Cara Narkun* Stanley Nass Kerry Naughton Aliyah Nemser Jacob Nettleton Savannah Neuman* William Newlin Kathleen Nichols Alyce Nicolo Ann Noble-Kiley Elizabeth Noble Sharon Nunes Cristy Nunez* Kathryn O’Brien Kimberley O’Brien Bridget O’Malley Elizabeth O’Neill* Mike O’Neill Jean Oei Jennifer Oglesbee Katherin Ohrn Barbara Oliver Ashlin Orr Cheryll Ostrom Lydia Paddock Emmanuel Palad Michael Palan * Dreamteam25.org Donors

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Rachelle Palley Julia Palmieri* Virginia Paretti Krista Patefield Charles Patterson Greg Patterson Brian Pavane* Yurij Pawluk Kate Peppard Jason Perez Brennan James Perry Lynn Perry Lauren Petro* Trudy Phelps David Phillips Marissa Piazzola Erin Pitkow Wanda Plaza Tim Pleskac Elizabeth Poai Carol Porteous-Fall Laura Poskochil Patti Press Abby Prestin† Allison Pritti Luke C. Pryor Mick Quigley Colleen Quinn Sujatha Raman Clifford Randle Merrilyn Ratliff Blair Ratner Randi Rawlins Laurie Rayman Tim Redmond Anna Reed Peter Richardson Vincent Rinaldo Adam Ritter* Dunia Rkein Marc Robert Don Roberts Kathryn Robertson Elizabeth Robinson Christina Robson Chelsea Rodrigues Christopher Rome Anderson Rosario Andrew & Elizabeth Rosen Bari Rosenfeld Evelyn Rosenthal Jennifer F. Ross Gail Rossmcrbride Caroline Rotondi Cheri Rubin Jill Rubin Adam Ruder † Capital Campaign Donors

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Virginia Ruder Ilene Russao Christopher Sachak* Traci Sammons* Ellen Samuel Mikala Sanders* Leslie Sanderson Naomi Santana Jeslyne Santos Kristi Saporito* Carol Sawyer Terence Scally Ellen Schaed Benjamin Scheetz Olivia Schneider Patricia Schultz Whitney Schutzbank David Schwalbe Jane Ellen Searight Paula Sandra Sefin* Scott Shapiro George Kendall Shaw Nancy Shearer Susan & Martin Sherwin Chaojun Shi† Scott Shillet† Alexa Shitanishi Rachel Siegel Phillipa Silva Susan Silva* Eileen Silvers & Richard Bronstein* Tara K. Singh Matthew Siracusa* Agata Siwiak-Vetter Justin Slaton* Jessica Small Joseph G. Smongeski Sarom Sok* Daniel Solomon Gary Solomon Laura Sorenson Edward & Debbie Souto* Juanita & Manuel Souto* Allison Speigel Anne St. Clair† Salve S. Stamatelaky Carey Stanton Casey Stein Allan & Eva Steinhorn Mark Steinhorn Bethan Steward Katie Sticca Lori Stiller Anna Stork Elizabeth Strub Sucherman Consulting Group, Inc. Carol Sullivan

Melissa Sullivan Mike Sullivan Monica Surber Randi Sussman* Hilary Swaim James Swanson Tom & Betsy Sweeney Marisa Taddei Nora Tarr Joseph B. Tellie Jorge Tenreiro* Alex Tilley* Jamie Tisdale Elizabeth Tolmach Nicole Torre* Zach Townsell* Adam Trahan Katherine Trahan Nichola Tucker United Way of Westchester & Putnam Frank Vertosick Victoria Victor* Martha Vinje Julia Vollmer* Wachovia Foundation Matching Gifts Program Anne Warlaumont Kyle Watkins Virginia Weber Jacob Weiner Yaakov Weiner* Barbara Weinstein Nathan Weiser* Wendy Colonno* Andrew Wetzler Timothy Wheeler Leon S. & Barbara E. White Geoffrey Whitehouse Judith Whitson* Craig Williams Kathleen Finn Williams Margaret Willison Jeffrey Winter Caroline Winterhoff Paul & Deborah Witte Kim Wittmer Mary Kay Woods & Robert C. Wolcott Shannon Dawkins Wrenn Arash Yaghoubi Laura Young Terry Zdanowski Yuning Zhang Christine Zierner Dennis Zoss Myra & Matthew Zuckerbraun Mitchell Zuckoff

IN-KIND DONORS Aloft Harlem Amanesca American Museum of Natural History Aramark at Citi Field Christopher & Patricia Arndt Steve Arocho Vermilion Restaurant Athelite Player Development Beth Kramer Auerbach Avon Products Inc. BabyCakes NYC Baker’s Bay Bank of America Bayonne Golf Club Michael Bell Benchmarc Events Bentwood Inn Big Apple Circus Bird Dog Bay Biscuits & Bath Bloomberg Sports Bluegreen BMW Bonnier Corporation Brooklyn Winery Brooks Brothers Brynwood Golf & Country Club Burberry Charles & Sarah Butler Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Christopher Capece Capital One Liz Carlton Kathleen Cassino CBS Andrew Chason Chelsea Piers China Grill Management Ciano Restaurant Cipriani City Sweet Shop Clarity Point Healthcare Richard & Elizabeth Cohen David D. Conover Aimee J. Crawford Dave Choate Photography Tuhina De O’Connor Delta Air Lines DKNY Kate Doerge Ramon & Michelle Dominguez Jr. Elyse & Anthony Dreyer Caroline Dries Elie Tahari Maria Espada ESPN Magazine This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.


HARLEM RBI DREAM CHARTER SCHOOL FY2012 SUPPORTERS Continued Fat Witch Bakery Melissa Fenton First Republic Bank Adam Fisher FITiST Michael Frank Frank’s Sport Shop Tom Fraser & Giselle Quesada Fred Astaire Midtown Fresh Direct Fried Frank Tom Funk The Rev. Dr. Drew Giddings Goldman Sachs GreatSeats, Ltd. Phil & Kory Griffin Grottino Bryce Gruber Harlem Vintage Hyperion Books Jeff Idelson Jason Ienner Inspirato JoMart Chocolates Juice Press Stuart Kaperst “Katie” Show Kensington Publishing Michael Klein David Kling KPMG Kramer Portraits Landmarc Chris & Kathryn Leonard Katherine Leong Leshem Loft Levain Bakery Lori R. Levinson Aliza Licht Liu Family The Lizzie & Jonathan M. Tisch Foundation Macy’s Majestic Athletic Major League Baseball Carl Manison Thomas Maraday Will McDonough Danielle & Richard McHugh John McMahon MDC Partners Leslie & Jeffrey Mendell Roberto & Allison Mignone Morgan Stanley Michael Moutenot MillerCoors

* Dreamteam25.org Donors

Museum of Arts & Design The Myriad Restaurant Group National Baseball Hall of Fame NBC Universal Nespresso New York Giants New York Marriott Downtown New York Mets New York Stock Exchange New York Yankees Far Niente Numi Organic Tea NYY Steak OMD - Omnicom Palmer’s Parenting Magazine Pamela Ann Pepitone

† Capital Campaign Donors

Pepsi Chelsea Piers Marilyn Platzer Polo Ralph Lauren Poppin Christine Pride Charles Radcliffe Joel H. Robinson, Esq. Roni-Sue’s Chocolates Kenneth & Merideth Rosh Adam & Nicole Rossol Running Paws Carly L. Safarian Jeffrey W. Schroeder Adam Schuster The Seinfeld Family Foundation Shabby Apple

Brittany Shapiro Beth & David Shaw Robert & Elizabeth Sheehan Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP Molly Slenker David Smith David A. & Karen Sobotka St. Luke’s School Steiner Sports Charles Stillitano Team Scotti Mark & Leigh Teixeira TiVo Inc. Tonnie’s Minis Top of the Rock Observation Deck The Topps Company Christian Toraldo

Toskan Casale Foundation Tribeca Spa of Tranquility Donald & Christina Truesdale Aleksandra Truglio Trump National Golf Course Tasha Turner, Essence Magazine Two Little Red Hens United States Tennis Association UVA Softball Verity Wine Partners Gregg A. Walker The Whitney Museum Claudia Zeldin

This list reflects donations from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.

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2012 HIGHLIGHTS • Honored as a 2012 Robin Hood Hero of the • Winner New York Community Trust - New York Magazine

Nonprofit Excellence Award

Silver Prize for Management Excellence

gets an “A” • DREAM from the New York City Department of Education

• Awarded the PropelNext Grant

by The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

• Winner of the SEG Foundation

Excellence in Action Award

Harlem RBI’s “The BASE” wins the World AIDS Day 2012 Commissioner’s Award from the New York State Department of Health

Harlem RBI

DREAM Charter School

LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT HARLEM RBI Richard A. Berlin

Liza Gray

Executive Director

Capital Projects Manager

Richard Souto

Megan Demarkis

Chief Operating Officer

Director of Codification

Rachel Cytron

Angela Jefferson, LCSW

Associate Executive Director

Director of Social Services

NATASHA PALLAN

ROB MAITRA

Chief Financial Officer

Director of Programs

JEN CHAU

VINCE M. COLEMAN

Director of Talent Development

Director of Baseball/ Softball Programs

Megan R. Hodges Director of Development

ELZ CUYA JONES

Dane Martinez Director of REAL Kids

Director of Communications

Adam R. Schuster

ELIZABETH DURASTANTI

Director of Administration and Legal Affairs

Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships

Johnny Rivera

Joseph LeusSE Evaluation and Assessment Manager

Director of Community and Government Affairs

DREAM Charter School Eve Colavito

Jacqueline Frey

Principal

Director of Special Education

Traci L. Douglas

Brett Fazio

Director of Operations and School Planning

Dean of Students

Emily Macias-Capellan

Director of Family Engagement

Emily Parkey

Director of Instruction

ROBIN RUBENSTEIN Director of Instruction

For a complete list of full-time staff, please visit www.harlemrbi.org and www.dreamschoolnyc.org.

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HARLEM RBI OFFICE & FIELD OF DREAMS

333 East 100th Street New York, NY 10029 tel 212 722 1608 email info @ harlemrbi.org www.harlemrbi.org

www.dreamschoolnyc.org

Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School 2012 Annual Report  

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