2020–21 Donor Impact Report

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A HEARTFELT THANK YOU!

Celebrating the Impact of

Our Community

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Message from the Head of School Message from the Chair of the Board Chair’s Circle Total Charitable Giving Operating Breakdown Alumni with Heart Letter from the Annual Fund Chairs Leadership Donors Current Parents Alumni Organizations & Foundations Faculty/Staff Past Parents Grandparents & Friends of Harvey Day of Giving All About Endowment Planned Gifts Weil House & Barn Complex Message from the Parent Association Parent Association Event: Together at Harvey Gifts in Kind Our School Leadership

Mission Statement The Harvey School provides a college-preparatory program that fosters lifelong learning and inspires students to develop the confidence and leadership qualities necessary to succeed in a diverse, competitive, and changing world. With our commitment to small class size, our community cultivates the strengths of each student through academic excellence, artistic exploration, athletic achievement, community service, and global understanding.

core values » Passion for learning » Respect » Integrity » Dynamic balance » Excellence


Message from the

Head of School As I sit down to write this letter and contemplate all that we have experienced at Harvey this year, an overarching theme emerges. Despite the many challenges raised by COVID-19, we managed the effects of the pandemic with a great sense of hope, reassured by the knowledge that our community is resilient and committed to ensuring the best possible experience for our students, regardless of the circumstances. At our core, we understand that we are at our best when we come together as a community to support each other and the values we share. During the last year, everyone at Harvey rallied behind a unifying belief: Together we can. Working to ensure that Harvey’s doors remained open all year for in-person instruction required the commitment of our entire community — families, students, and faculty and staff alike. We were able to foster the crucial connections between teachers and students that enabled our students to continue to thrive even during a pandemic. Through all of the challenges and uncertainty of the past year, Harvey’s mission and values were regularly reinforced. Our relationships and our community are at the heart of everything we do and underpin our approach to education and the overall life of the school. In conjunction with our traditional Founders Day celebration, we introduced a Day of Giving as an innovative addition to our Annual Fund and as a way to support the needs of the school while commemorating Harvey’s rich tradition of transforming lives. For part of the day, alumni, students, and families shared their personal stories of transformation within the Harvey community. The common thread linking these stories was a connection to the special teachers who inspired their students each day. In collaboration with the Board of Trustees, who mounted a generous challenge gift, our community raised more than $420,000 in one day from more than 330 donors, establishing a new tradition to support the Annual Fund and ensuring that Harvey continues transforming lives.

While our dedicated faculty and staff worked tirelessly to make sure that our students gained as much as possible from their Harvey experience, behind the scenes there was also work being done “turning inward” to assess Harvey’s strengths and opportunities for growth. Faculty and staff joined the administration, the Board of Trustees, and key volunteers to participate in laying out our strategic plan, which will become the blueprint for all we want to achieve as a school and as a community in the coming years. We look forward to sharing the findings and plans in the year ahead. Additionally, as a school that prides itself on being warm and welcoming, we could not do this work without continuing to focus on the culture of the Harvey community. Now more than ever it is vital that we reflect and take action to ensure that we are supporting all community members in an environment that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Through these two lenses, we strive, as always, to create the best possible school for students, faculty, and families. Looking back on this year, I am proud of all that we have accomplished. We have proven once again that the Harvey community can make an impact on individual lives and a difference in the world beyond our campus. Together, we can face challenges and rise to overcome them; create partnerships that endure even when we are apart; assist our students in finding the courage to pursue their passions; and provide the guidance students need to find their own voices and use them for good in the world. This is why we come together to invest in this important work. Thank you for your trust and support during the 2020–21 academic year. We quite literally could not have done it without you. Together we did. With gratitude,

William J. Knauer, Head of School

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Message from the

chair of the board As we look eagerly to the 2021–22 school year, I want to pause and reflect on this last year and express my gratitude to you, Harvey’s faculty, staff, families, friends, and fellow board members. You continue to ensure that Harvey remains the special place it is: a place of learning and a place of community. As I look back on the 2020–21 school year — a year that magnified the importance and value of Harvey — what stands out most is our community’s commitment to each other and our school mission. What began as a year of uncertainty, requiring courage and commitment on behalf of everyone, ended positively with on-campus athletic competitions, engaging arts performances, and the well-attended Parent Association (PA) spring celebration. The finale was the inspiring senior commencement and eighth grade moving-up ceremonies. What was always certain was the steadfast support of the entire Harvey family that allowed us to finish the year with a sense of joy, celebration, and a deep appreciation for Harvey — for it is Harvey that brought us together. We have so much to be thankful for: » The doors stayed open and our community of learners thrived. » Harvey teachers and leaders went above and beyond to create a sense of continuity and inspiration for our students. » Parents and alumni, unable to visit campus, enthusiastically joined us for virtual events to stay involved in Harvey life. That exceptional level of participation and appreciation for Harvey was demonstrated by the extraordinary successes of our Annual Fund and our inaugural Day of Giving. Alumni and parents participated in record numbers to ensure that our school remains as fiscally sound as it is unified in our vision to provide growth-oriented, innovative experiences to our students. This level of passion and commitment from the Board, the PA,

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countless volunteers, teachers, staff, students, parents, alumni, and friends has enabled Harvey to emerge from this year stronger than ever. Although every gift is important to the fulfillment of Harvey’s mission, I want to give special thanks to the growing group of donors within our community who seed our success with their extraordinary generosity. Chair’s Circle members made contributions of $7,500 or greater for the 2020–21 year. These donors provide the foundational financial strength for our fundraising campaigns so that we can continue to fulfill the commitment to provide an enriching, robust educational environment. Thank you for your part in this year’s success. We have come out the other side of an extraordinary year — stronger and more resolute in the support of Harvey’s mission. With thanks and appreciation,

Eileen Walker, Chair, Board of Trustees


chair’s circle Jennifer Waterhouse-Cooper, Trustee and Perry Cooper The Daly Family Foundation Stacy Daly Donald Duffy Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee George Eysymontt, Jr. ’53 Rowena and Barry Fenstermacher, Headmaster Emeritus Andi and Steven Fern Ashley and Joel Foote Jerri-Lynn, Trustee and Dan Galgano Deirdre, Trustee and James Glascott Christine and Kyle Groff Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger Hermione Foundation Carol Rubin Kahn Amy and Jon Kass, Trustee Charles Krasne, Trustee Dorothy and Clifford Lanier

Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer Donna Leone Lynne and Christopher Lovell Beth and Phil Moyles Jennifer and Ari Perkins Jane, Emerita and Rick Petty Katharine and Joseph Plummer, Trustee Gale Segarra Roberts and R. Gregory Roberts Gisella and Reynaldo Roisenvit Lynn Green and Marc Rosenthal Nancy and Peter Shapiro Sara and James Shyer Amy and Stephen Silverman Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Michael Scarsella Kathleen, Trustee and Jeremy Treat Kelsey, Trustee and James Turcotte Margo Hotston and Jeffrey Wacksman Eileen, Trustee and Jay Walker Melissa and Cliff Wallach, Trustee Jennifer and Ian Winters

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Total Charitable

Giving As of June 30, 2021

Annual Fund Unrestricted ���������������������������������������������������������������������� $679,009 Restricted �������������������������������������������������������������������������� $247,104 Auction Campaign ��������������������������������������������������������������� $75,650

Total Annual Fund.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,001,763

Endowment ������������������������������������������������ $160,506 (Includes gifts to the following funds: Barry W. Fenstermacher Fund for Financial Aid, Dennis Dilmaghani ’62 Photography Fund, Maury Leone Memorial Scholarship Fund, John McMahon Endowment, David Muntner Tech Theater Fund, Rose Baldwin Reading Room, Unrestricted)

Weil House & Barn Complex ������������������������ $280,108

Total Cash Received ����������������������� $1,442,377

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Operating breakdown 2020–21

Expenses*

70%

Salary, Taxes, & Benefits

11%

Management & Administrative

10%

Building & Grounds

9%

Educational Program

Revenues

85%

Net Tuition & Fees

7%

Auxiliary & Other Income

7%

Annual Giving

1%

Endowment Income

* Allocation for expenses are skewed for 2020–21 due to COVID-19 expenditures

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Our Alumni:

Alumni with Heart With the world changing around us at an unprecedented pace, the Harvey family pulled together even more tightly and proved what it means to be part of a community. Our alumni were no exception. They stepped up in more significant ways than ever before to support the school with their time, their talent, and their financial support. Whether it was through our class agent program, sharing a profile, speaking at our inaugural Cavalier Speaker Series, or participating in the Founders Day/Day of Giving celebration, the support of our alumni community could be felt. We would like to recognize our “Alumni with Heart” who are steadfastly there for us in so many ways. The pages of this report include profiles of several of the members of this esteemed group, and we hope that they will motivate and inspire you.

Alumni Leadership Circle (Alumni donors of $500 or more) E. Richard Ahlborn ’55 Michael S. Alexander ’66 Jacob Aronauer ’98 Michael Baldwin ’54 « Philip C. Bowers ’70, Trustee Stephen B. Burbank ’60 « Lara W. Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association Daniel K. Chapman ’73, Emeritus Dennis A. Dilmaghani ’62 « Philip A. Eifert ’73 George Eysymontt, Jr. ’53 « Sandy Gabel ’61 « Gregory Jurschak ’06

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Thatcher Krasne ’86

« Richard Ledes ’71 John Loeb, Jr. ’44

« John A. Luke, Jr. ’63 « William McCormick ’61 « Alexander P. McKown ’57 « Ira Mendleson III ’57 Anthony Milne ’56 « Eugene H. Morrison, Jr. ’68 Francis W. Murray III ’42 « John Pflieger ’74 « David Robertson ’67 « Henry H. Smith-Miller ’56 William F. Spalding, Jr. ’61 Frederick Stelle ’61 « Robert Sullivan, Jr. ’77

Charles Titterton ’55 Robert West ’60 James Wood ’41

Decade Circle (Young Alumni donors of $100+) Mitchell Bowman ’12 Ava Cohn ’17 Daniel P. Galgano ’20 Andrew Schwartz ’14 Leigh Thomas ’12 John E. Wise, Jr. ’17 Michael L. Wolff ’20

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First Time Donors Jacob Aronauer ’98 Ava Cohn ’17 Jeremy Barre ’98 Christine Smith Bauereis ’08 Elizabeth Mearsheimer Branchflower ’04 Alexander P. Breitenbach ’19 Lillian Brouwer ’14 Gordon M. Coburn ’63 Diana Weisholz Cooke ’01 Brian Durling ’02 Harrison Fontaine ’19 Daniel P. Galgano ’20 Michael Gallagher ’03 Kylene A. Groff ’18 Dylan Hackley ’08 Christian K. Harrington ’14 Abigail F. Hassett ’13 Kelly Gallagher Kennedy ’99 Katie A. Ketner ’19 Manda Larsen ’08 Blaire Lent ’98 Jennifer Bigham Louziotis ’87 Jessica Marinace ’99 Abigail B. Merritt ’17 Samuel L. Moise-Silverman ’14 Christine O’Grady Putek ’89 Nikki Pugliese ’12 Allison Rosenblatt Stone ’93 Sarah A. Rubel ’08 Samantha Salloway ’11 Chloe B. Savitch ’18 Jameson Scarsella ’15 Sophia L. Scarsella ’19 Benjamin W. Shapiro ’09 Brian Silva ’14 Rebekah Skovron ’14 Natalia St. Lawrence ’12 Leigh Thomas ’12 Edward Viola ’87 Michael L. Wolff ’20

Impact Story

Doniella McKoy ’07 When Doniella (Doni) McKoy joined The Harvey School as a ninth grade boarding student, she hit the ground running. Doni was actively involved as a soccer player, as a basketball player, as a member of the Model U.N. and Student Government; she also started a chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). Both the faculty and student body saw the leadership qualities Doni possessed even back then. She was awarded the Headmaster’s Citizenship Award by the faculty for displaying outstanding qualities of citizenship. Her classmates voted her most likely to make $10 million and to win a Nobel Prize! Given her background, it is not surprising that Doni has stayed deeply connected to Harvey as she has pursued an inspiring — and important — career in healthcare emergency management. Doni is currently the Business Continuity Program Administrator for Health Partners Plans — a nonprofit insurance company in Philadelphia, PA — and also an adjunct instructor at The University of Alaska, Fairbanks campus, teaching Business Continuity, Crisis Management and Risk Analysis. Previously she was the Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planner at New York City Emergency Management, where she managed a portfolio of more than a dozen New York City agencies and offices, communicating the importance of planning to sustain their operations during an emergency. Doni is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, a board member of BCI USA Chapter, and the co-founder of Cultivated Sips LLC. with classmate Ashley Abraham. Her commitment to Harvey is equally as inspiring. Despite her busy schedule, she is committed to being a 2007 class agent and staying connected to her class through outreach and events. This past year, in addition to attending all of our alumni events, Doni sat on the Strategic Planning Steering Committee, helping to guide and shape the future direction of the school. Doni is also a committed donor to the Annual Fund and has done everything in her power to get her friends, classmates, and her sister Noelle ’09 to give with the same level of commitment and passion that she has. For all you do, Doni, we salute you and thank you for your continued commitment and support to The Harvey School. You are a true impact donor!

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Letter from the

Annual fund chairs Dr. Carter’s founding vision was based on a resolution to send Harvey students “into a future of usefulness and service.” Placing one’s education at the service of others is integral to the Harvey legacy. Our students and our faculty — and indeed, our entire community — are the living embodiment of this concept. We are enriched by the many ways our community embraces that aspiration through generosity, gratitude, and goodwill. And during this unprecedented time when we needed it most, we took good care of one another. As the co-chairs of the Annual Fund, we have been particularly touched by the responsiveness and generosity of our fellow community members this year. With a cadre of dedicated volunteers, we told our Harvey stories, encouraged others to share what matters most to them, and inspired everyone to contribute as much as they could. The stunning result is that not only did we reach our original pre-pandemic goal of $1,000,000, but also we achieved a higher participation level than we’ve historically had, while launching our inaugural Day of Giving, which became the cornerstone of our fundraising for the Annual Fund. When we each do our part, the result is transformative. Each and every gift to Harvey’s Annual Fund has a profound and positive effect on our students, our faculty, and programs, bridging the gap between Harvey’s tuition revenue and the actual cost of running the School. Your gift enables us to meet our most immediate needs, while at the same time affording us the flexibility to act on special opportunities that support our incredibly talented and 8

dedicated faculty, enrich essential programs, and supply vital academic resources. We were overwhelmed but certainly not surprised by the number of gifts we received honoring the Harvey faculty whose dedication to our students was evident through everything they did this year. We are profoundly grateful to our teachers for their care and dedication. Clearly, our success in the Annual Fund was our community’s answer to their devotion and was inspired by their constancy. We are deeply thankful to all of our donors who joined us to support Harvey. Harvey is indeed a special place and stands out because our mission is lived every day and embodied in our whole community by their dedication to the care of one another.

Bill Bandon, Ashley Foote, Jerri-Lynn Galgano, Wendy Lederer


Impact Story

Lara Casano ’95 The Casano family has been part of the Harvey family for more than 25 years, on the board, on the playing field, and in the classroom. When the Alumni Association was looking for a new president in July 2020, it was no surprise that Lara Casano ’95 was the name on the top of the list. Lara has been an active participant in Harvey life as an alumna since she first became a class agent in 2004. She has taken on even more responsibility since her son Cade joined the Class of 2025 in the sixth grade. Despite a busy career on Wall Street, starting her own commercial real-estate advisory firm alongside her sister, and raising her three children, Lara has always been a faithful supporter of Harvey’s mission and has proven herself to be a willing and diligent volunteer on behalf of our community. Although sports were a big part of her Harvey experience, she reflects fondly on the influence of the great teachers she had. “The Harvey community is truly one of a kind and has helped me to cultivate lifelong friendships that I cherish greatly,” said Lara. While Lara credits Harvey for having an impact on who she is today and the reason she was excited to send her children to Harvey, as an active alum and parent volunteer, she has also had a considerable impact on our community. Her contributions ranged from fundraising to using her networking skills to reconnect with fellow alumni to encouraging parents to get involved. She was instrumental in the launch of our inaugural Cavalier Speaker Series, which featured storied NFL agent Greg Barnett ’93, helped us create the alumni messages for the launch of Harvey’s first Day of Giving, and connected the Class of 2021 with fellow alumnus and NBC-TV meteorologist Raphael Miranda, who addressed the graduates at their Alumni Association induction ceremony. With her tenure as Alumni President just getting started and Cade now entering the ninth grade, our community is indeed fortunate that Lara’s legacy continues to positively influence our growth and impact our success in a myriad of ways. We are so grateful for the extraordinary difference you have made, Lara, thank you.

Annual Fund Co-Chairs Bill Bandon Ashley Foote Jerri-Lynn Galgano, Trustee Wendy Lederer, Trustee

Annual Fund Solicitors Trish Breede Linda Holden Bryant Wendy Class Ronice Latta, Trustee Rachel Silva James Treseler Clifford Wallach, Trustee Jennifer Waterhouse-Cooper, Trustee Deborah Yankwitt

Alumni Co-Chairs Philip Bowers ’70, Trustee Lara Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association Erica Cheney ’14

Faculty Co-Chairs John Bellucci Zachary Wright

Grandparent Chair Yvonne Isley

Past Parent Co-Chairs Deirdre Glascott, Trustee Andrea Tessler, Trustee

Senior Class Gift Co-Chairs Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Andi and Steven Fern Ari and Jennifer Perkins

8th Grade Class Gift Co-Chairs Wendy Lederer, Trustee Ashley Foote

8th Grade Class Gift Solicitors Holly Alexander Alex Beldotti Karen Beltran William Bland Glenda Rosado-Bland Lara Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association Kristy Cohen Meredith Hanson Eric Wakin Jonathan Weiner Dani Woolwine

Development Interns Densley Blake ’21 Nekia Bland ’23 Ella Cohn ’22 Giselle Groff ’22 Halimatou Konteh ’22 Amanda Mohamad ’22 Ryan Spiro ’22

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Impact Story

Kathy and Jeremy Treat The Treats arrived at Harvey in 2012 from New York City, looking for a home for the four boys from their blended family. From the beginning, both Kathy and Jeremy got involved to support Harvey’s mission as class parents, as avid supporters on the sidelines of all of their boys athletic endeavors, and ultimately as leadership donors. Despite being very busy with their foundation, Speranza, which is committed to creating a more hope-filled world, including partnering with World Vision to work on gender issues and HIV/AIDS, Kathy joined Harvey’s Board of Trustees in 2016. Kathy has been a dynamic and influential volunteer, stewarding the effort for our campus vision and fundraising on a number of fronts. As a member of the Campus Master Plan and Development Committees, she has offered valuable insights and support as we have mapped out a strategy for achieving a physical plant that is as compelling, engaging, and welcoming as our faculty/staff and program. Through their work, Kathy and Jeremy made a historic leadership gift to the Weil House & Barn Complex that has anchored this important initiative and helped set the stage for its successful completion. Kathy and Jeremy can always be counted on to participate in gatherings to share ideas and to inspire others to make their own commitment to get involved in the stewardship of Harvey’s mission. We could not have progressed this far as a school or as a community as a whole without their thoughtful guidance and generosity. Their impact is felt today and will be felt long into the future. Thank you Kathy and Jeremy — you are an inspiration.

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Annual Fund

Leadership Donors The Annual Fund is the philanthropic foundation at Harvey; it fuels our pursuit to fulfill the promises we make to students and their families. It provides the resources that support educational initiatives not covered by tuition alone, enriching every facet of student life — academics, art, athletics, and technology. So much more is made possible for Harvey students and faculty through a robust Annual Fund; our leadership donors hold the keys to our success. With profound thanks, we recognize their generosity and acknowledge the impact they have on the school’s ability to provide experiences that change lives.

1916 Founders Club

Neperan/Pocantico Society

Leadership Circle

($25,000+) Jennifer Waterhouse-Cooper, Trustee and Perry Cooper « Jerri-Lynn, Trustee and Dan Galgano Christine and Kyle Groff Charles Krasne, Trustee Lynne and Christopher Lovell Eileen, Trustee and Jay Walker

($5,000+) Anonymous Mridu and Vikram Bhaskar Blackacre Title Agency Trish and Michael Breede Christian and Jackson Day Elizabeth and Alexander Eysymontt Rowena and Barry Fenstermacher, Headmaster Emeritus Cheryl and Michael Fischer Jackie and Lee Freund Kyra Darnton and David Grann Jamie and Rob Hagani « Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger « Amy and Howard Katz Leon Lowenstein Foundation, Inc. John Loeb, Jr. ’44 Kimberley and Matthew Miller « Marcy and Reinhardt Olsen Michelle and Sung Pak Putnam County Savings Bank Lynn Green and Marc Rosenthal Stefanie Kalkut and Lanier Saperstein Joanna and Kenneth Schulman Elizabeth and Wallace Schwartz, Trustees Sara and James Shyer Rachel and Jeffrey Silva Frederick Stelle ’61 Lisa and Leonardo Vasile « Maureen and Michael Verdeschi « Melissa and Cliff Wallach, Trustee Maggie and Steven Wieting Jennifer and Ian Winters Lin and Zhidong Xu

($3,000+) Anonymous « Holly and Neil Alexander « Kate and David Anderson Linda and Jack Cioffi Lisa and Thomas Cohn « Dawn Eletto Christine Lai and Craig Elkind Sorin and Doug Klares Valerie and Joshua Nelson « Diane and David Quinn Jeanette and David Sandor Jonathan Weiner Shujuan and Minggao Zheng

Head of School’s Circle ($15,000+) The Daly Family Foundation Stacy Daly George Eysymontt, Jr. ’53 Ashley and Joel Foote Amy and Jon Kass, Trustee Dorothy and Clifford Lanier Donna Leone Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Michael Scarsella « Kelsey, Trustee and James Turcotte

Sylvan Weil Society ($10,000+) « Deirdre, Trustee and James Glascott Carol Rubin Kahn « Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer « Beth and Phil Moyles Katharine and Joseph Plummer, Trustee Gale Segarra Roberts and R. Gregory Roberts Gisella and Reynaldo Roisenvit Nancy and Peter Shapiro Amy and Stephen Silverman « Kathleen, Trustee and Jeremy Treat

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Annual Fund

Current parents Harvey makes a commitment to its students and their individual development. We ask our families with the expectation that every one of them will commit to participating in the Annual Fund at a level that is appropriate for their family to ensure the quality and depth of a Harvey education and to fulfill our mission to inspire passion and curiosity and create community. We are grateful that during this historic and unprecedented time, more than 76% of our families showed their faith and support by making a financial commitment to the Annual Fund.

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6th Grade (Class of 2027)

7th Grade (Class of 2026)

80% Participation Andrea and Spencer Birch Orla and John Dalby Jennifer and Gregg Fisher Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer Jean Kouremetis and James Mackil Tracy Persaud Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim and Bret Stephens Maggie and Steven Wieting

80% Participation Leslie, President, Parent Association and Mark Berni Glenda Rosado-Bland and William Bland Trish and Michael Breede Christine Cappelletti Stacy and Andrew Eisner Marita Seppanen and Colin Greene Kelly Harned Elizabeth and Jay Hill Joi Isley-Collins

Julia and David Klagsbrun Sorin and Doug Klares Jill and Daniel LaGattuta Craig and Heather Langer Jennifer and Philip Lazzaro Idanise and Jason Pagan Tracy and William Shepard Stephanie and Brett Sklar Kelisha and Courtland Spruils Laura and Richard Sullivan Lisa and Leonardo Vasile


8th Grade (Class of 2025) 97% Participation A long-standing tradition of the parents of Harvey’s eighth grade students has been, in addition to supporting the Annual Fund, to also contribute to a Class Gift, leaving a meaningful legacy at the Harvey Middle School. The parents of the Class of 2025 raised more than $40,000 to support two small building projects that will maximize the functionality of learning spaces for the entire school as well as for the middle school. An expansive outdoor amphitheatre for instruction and gatherings has already been started. The second is to convert spaces in the middle school to create large functional and flexible classroom spaces for both instruction and for the Robotics Program. Anonymous Ime and Salam Abdul-Wahab Brian Acrish Nicole Acrish Holly and Neil Alexander Karen and Anthony Bailey Paulette and Alex Beldotti Glenda Rosado-Bland and William Bland Carly and Brendan Byrne Valerie Calloway Sandra and Peter Carlton Lara Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association and Sean Gilligan Kristina and Adam Cohen Jaime and Niko Coutroulis Carmen Delessio Elizabeth and Alexander Eysymontt Keri Fiore Ashley and Joel Foote Meredith and John Franck DeLauné Michel and Daniel Fried Claudia Grant Meredith and Marc Hanson Anna and David Hargreaves Katherine Hort Clement Dani and Tarquin Katis Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer Paolo Sorio Laura and Richard Sullivan Leslye Oquendo-Thomas and Jamal Thomas Dawanna and Raygo Veneable Donna and Richard Volpitta Amanda Jayne and John Wang Heather Hewett and Matthew Weidner Jonathan Weiner

Impact Story

William and Glenda Bland The 2020–21 academic year was particularly difficult for new families joining the Harvey community, as they could not come to campus to feel the sense of community and belonging for which Harvey is known. That, however, did not stop William and Glenda Bland, parents to new seventh grade students Wyatt and William ’25. Despite their busy careers (Glenda is a physical therapist, and William is an educator), they jumped right in and used every opportunity to participate in campus life. They enthusiastically participated in all our new parent offerings, and it was evident that they would be wonderful candidates to help lead the effort to drum up support for the Eighth Grade Class Gift. Together with the extraordinary efforts of the Class of 2025 parents, Glenda and William and the committee raised more than $40,000 to expand outdoor space for the benefit of the entire campus and to renovate and expand much-needed spaces in the Middle School for instructional purposes. Once restrictions were eased, the Blands were there, ready to continue spreading their zest for Harvey and expanding in person the connections they had already made on Zoom. We are so grateful to the Blands for enthusiastically embracing our community and not only participating in fundraising activities but showing up to everything to which they were invited. Although they are new parents, they quickly moved to become connected and did their part to help others to become engaged as well; they truly embody and communicate what it means to be part of a community. Although they are just beginning to make their mark on our community, we know that they can be counted on to contribute to Harvey’s ethos. We are grateful for their efforts thus far and look forward to many years of partnership with them!

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9th Grade (Class of 2024) 76% Participation Patricia Alcamo Meghan and Alan Bazaar Linda and John Bryant Gina and John Calandros Anne and Scott Carpenter Cheryl Chess Wendy and Paul Class Elissa and Jean-Paul Conoscente Carrie Devenyi Effinger ’90 and Rick Effinger Mia and Adam Egelberg Cheryl and Michael Fischer Becki and Ari Fleischer Ashley and Joel Foote Heather and Erik Friedman Kathleen Gardner Melissa Acciavatti and Adam Gueli

Jamie and Rob Hagani Alicia and Francisco Hall Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger Kimberly and Neil Hindle Carol Rubin Kahn Daisy and Manu Khanna Julia and David Klagsbrun Stacie and Thatcher Krasne ’86 Dorothy and Clifford Lanier Mary Vidals and Cruz Marin Stephanie ’87 and Robin McCaine William McCulloch Michele and William Mena Corinne and David Menn John Morris Erin and Peter O’Brien Valerie Raynor Rebecca and Robert Rodriguez Paolo Sorio

Parent Giving by grade total participation = 76%

We were encouraged by the outpouring of support from our current parents. Special recognition goes to the eighth grade as the first class to reach the highest participation of 97% by Day of Giving. This class is an inspiration to our community as our overall parent participation reached 76%.

6th Grade = 80% 7th Grade = 80% 8th Grade = 97% 9th Grade = 76% 10th Grade = 83% 11th Grade = 68% 12th Grade = 73%

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Nicola and Jason Teixeira Christy Uhrowczik Marta Noriega and Marco Vega Melissa and Cliff Wallach, Trustee Sherry Levin Wallach Liai Zhou and Yongtao Zhang

10th Grade (Class of 2023) 83% Participation Brian Acrish Nicole Acrish Beth and Raymond Baer Andrea and Spencer Birch Elizabeth Bloch Laura and Gary Bologh Milagros Buddington Gina and John Calandros Christine Cappelletti Elissa and Jean-Paul Conoscente Mariane Corcoran Stacy Daly Christian and Jackson Day Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Christine Lai and Craig Elkind Chrystal Ellison Sloane Finn Mary and William Ford Sussman Jackie and Lee Freund Jerri-Lynn, Trustee and Dan Galgano Jessica and David Gasch Alexandra Gittleman Janet and Barry Goldblatt Ilana and Jim Grady Tiaisha Grant Francine and David Jaques Elaine Kalman Jeffrey Kalman ’92 Heather and Marc Katzin Marlo and Eric Klein Linda and Donald Kluge Eileen Juico and William J. Knauer, Head of School Jennifer Baliotti LaForce and Scott LaForce Ronice, Trustee and Lenwood Latta Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer Meredith and Ian Levine Cynthia and Shawn Mallon Jed Melnick Kimberley and Matthew Miller Yvette Palmero-Ortega and Kirk Ortega Michelle and Courtney Providence Diane and David Quinn Nicole and Matthew Roberts Gale Segarra Roberts and R. Gregory Roberts Samantha and Gerard Rocco Gisella and Reynaldo Roisenvit


Current Parents Michelle Rubin and Jeff Gross Jenny and Brian Rynott Li and Ding Shen Tracy and William Shepard Sara and James Shyer Amy and Stephen Silverman Marie and Taylor Smelser Daphne Uviller and Sacha Spector Laura and James Treseler Jessica Vicente Jodi and Drew Weisberger Allison Nied and Stewart Whitman Jennifer and Ian Winters Deborah and Russell Yankwitt Shujuan and Minggao Zheng

11th Grade (Class of 2022) 68% Participation Kim and Jeff Abt Holly and Neil Alexander Christina and Vincent Alexander Melissa and David Alpern Aliki and Phillip Anastos Yonat Assayag and Louis Arbetter Leslie, President, Parent Association and Mark Berni Mridu and Vikram Bhaskar Tahirah and Harold Campbell Linda and Jack Cioffi Lisa and Thomas Cohn Jennifer Waterhouse-Cooper, Trustee and Perry Cooper Sara and David Cremins Nathalie Martino and James Dalrymple Francesca and Ernesto D’Onofrio Alison and Evan Flamenbaum Cheryl and Stephen Goldblum Kyra Darnton and David Grann Christine and Kyle Groff Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger Megan and Michael Hildebrandt Juliet and R. Edwin Howe Francine and David Jaques Elaine Kalman Jeffrey Kalman ’92 Amy and Jon Kass, Trustee Jill and Marc Katzman Toby Lazarus and Allan Lichtenberg Heather Goldman and Michael Lubin Tracy McGhee Jamie and Eric Mohamad Valerie and Joshua Nelson Maria and Sandy Ogg, Trustee Amie and Greg Phillips Jonathon Piper Nicole Piper Rebecca and Robert Rodriguez

Amy Rosen Jennifer and Michael Rosen Lynn Green and Marc Rosenthal Roxane Dornbusch and Spencer Rosman Luz Noboa and Ruben Sanchez Kelley and Michael Sanders Jeanette and David Sandor Stefanie Kalkut and Lanier Saperstein Elizabeth Ortiz-Schwartz and Clifford Schwartz Gail and Peter Sestito Nancy and Peter Shapiro Lynn and Robert Siegel Rachel and Jeffrey Silva Ellen and Steven Spiro Maureen and Michael Verdeschi Lin and Zhidong Xu Lisa and Brian Yurko

12th Grade (Class of 2021) 73% Participation Ime and Salam Abdul-Wahab Amy and Neil Abramson Julie and David August Catherine Avery Patricia McKeogh and William Bandon Diane and Harry Bartley Odette and Densley Blake Andrea Bullens Maria and Tysen Canevari Treena and John Chirico Junko Iwamizu and Timothy Cornell Dana and Vince DiGrandi LaVandra and Anthony DuPree Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Anna and Theodore Epstein

Andi and Steven Fern Coral Fernandes John Fernandes Jean and Gary Gold Ilana and Jim Grady Karen and Allan Grauer Dina and Eric Grossman Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger Liz Jones Heather and Marc Katzin Stacie and Thatcher Krasne ’86 Eve and Seth Lapine Christina and David Lehner Elissa Stein and Ted Listokin Lisa Levinger and Nelson Louie Noelle and Blaine Marder Deedee and Sean McKenna Wendy and Tom McLean Beth and Phil Moyles Ashley and Richard Murphy Maria and Sandy Ogg, Trustee Karen and George O’Hanlon Jennifer and Ari Perkins Paula and Thierry Pradines Deborah and David Robicheau Gisella and Reynaldo Roisenvit Jennifer and Stan Rybalov Sara and James Shyer Abby and Marc Siegel Madeline and Scott Simon Lynda and Richard Stewart Laura and James Treseler Wai Chi Cheng and David Tsui Laura Armenio and Jason Villano Melissa and Cliff Wallach, Trustee Sherry Levin Wallach Sharon and Robert Yudell Donor Impact Report 2020–21

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Alumni Christopher Abrenica ’89 Jay Abrenica ’87 Andrew T. Abt ’10 E. Richard Ahlborn ’55 Teresa C. Aiello-Lash ’95 Jacob Aronauer ’98 William Auer ’64 « Michael Baldwin ’54 Nanette Baratta ’82 Jeremy Barre ’98 Christine Smith Bauereis ’08 Geoffrey Blum ’69 Philip C. Bowers ’70, Trustee Mitchell Bowman ’12 Elizabeth Mearsheimer Branchflower ’04 Alexander P. Breitenbach ’19 Lillian Brouwer ’14 Stephen B. Burbank ’60 Timothy Carpenter, Jr. ’09 Lara W. Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association Alexander W. Castleton ’06 Pieter A. Catlow ’73 Whitney Solomon Chamberlain ’02 Daniel K. Chapman ’73, Emeritus Erica Cheyne ’14 CA Stuart Clement III ’72 « David Coburn ’64 Gordon M. Coburn ’63 Ava Cohn ’17 Gretel Coleman ’08 CA Dana Comfort ’61 « Palen Conway ’74 Diana Weisholz Cooke ’01 « John W. Crawford ’56 CA Samantha Danziger ’16 Daniel Denny ’64 Jonathan M. DePalma ’01 « Lee Dickinson ’04 Adam Donofrio ’88 Nick Duncan ’04 Peter S. Duncan ’65 C. Dary Dunham, Jr. ’56 Brian Durling ’02 Alexander Edwards-Bourdrez ’68 CA 16

Carrie Devenyi Effinger ’90 Philip A. Eifert ’73 CA « George Eysymontt, Jr. ’53 Charles D. Fischer, Jr. ’65 Harrison Fontaine ’19 « John French III ’47 « Eric Fris ’56 « James R. Fuller ’52 Sandy Gabel ’61 CA Daniel P. Galgano ’20 CA Michael Gallagher ’03 Carly Glenn ’11 Campbell L. Graham ’54 Kylene A. Groff ’18 Kent C. Guernsey ’73 Dylan Hackley ’08 CA David Hammer ’88 Christian K. Harrington ’14 Abigail F. Hassett ’13 Douglas P. Hirsh ’61 Paul Hollos ’52 Amy R. Horowitz ’87 Andy Jamieson ’09 CA « Gregory Janos ’98 Dustin M. Johnson III ’89 Britton Jones ’72 « Yulia Josiger ’08 Gregory Jurschak ’06 CA Jeffrey Kalman ’92 Kelly Gallagher Kennedy ’99 Katie A. Ketner ’19 « Thatcher Krasne ’86 Manda Larsen ’08 Richard Ledes ’71 Blaire Lent ’98 « Joshua Linder ’03 « John Loeb, Jr. ’44 « Dana Lombardi ’10 « Joseph Lombardi ’08 Jennifer Bigham Louziotis ’87 John A. Luke, Jr. ’63 Richard I. Mack ’91 Jessica Marinace ’99 Harding Mason, Jr. ’64 « Stephanie Jones McCaine ’87 William McCance ’79 William McCormick ’61 Alexander P. McKown ’57 CA « Doniella McKoy ’07 CA

Ira Mendleson III ’57 Laurel Elkind Meredith ’88 CA Abigail B. Merritt ’17 « Henry Minot IV ’68 Amanda Ruzicka Mogridge ’03 Samuel L. Moise-Silverman ’14 Eugene H. Morrison, Jr. ’68 « Gregory Morton ’64 Joshua Morton ’59 Seth Morton II ’57 Harold N. Muntner ’06 Francis W. Murray III ’42 Walter Ronald Nock ’57 « Sean O’Brien ’09 John Ogilvie, Jr. ’51 Christine O’Grady Putek ’89 John Pflieger ’74 « Gregoire Presseau ’98 « Alexandra Pugliese ’07 CA Nikki Pugliese ’12 CA Darren J. Rigger ’87 David Robertson ’67 « William Rosenbaum ’59 Allison Rosenblatt Stone ’93 Carl A. Rubenstein ’73 Samantha Salloway ’11 Chloe B. Savitch ’18 CA Jameson Scarsella ’15 Sophia L. Scarsella ’19 Andrew Schwartz ’14 « Samuel Schwartz ’09 Sanford B. Scott ’75 Benjamin W. Shapiro ’09

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Brian Silva ’14 Rebekah Skovron ’14 Lindsay Smith ’66 Henry H. Smith-Miller ’56 Pete Sorenson ’09 CA William F. Spalding, Jr. ’61 Natalia St. Lawrence ’12 CA Russell C. Stamm ’94 CA David Stark ’96 CA Jeanette Brandt Stark ’96 CA Frederick Stelle ’61 Timothy Stone ’77 Marley Strauss ’08 Robert Sullivan, Jr. ’77 Peter S. Terris ’53 Lute Thompson ’37 « Charles Titterton ’55 Frank Valenta, Jr. ’60 Dean Vallas ’66 « Michael Van Winkle ’60 Edward Viola ’87 « David Wagstaff III ’51 Kirk Waldron ’56 Lindsey Walker ’05, Trustee Jared Weinstein ’09 « Robert West ’60 David Williams ’67 Elizabeth Willingham ’99 John E. Wise, Jr. ’17 CA Michael L. Wolff ’20 James Wood ’41 CA Jeffrey M. Yates ’63 Richard Yates, Jr. ’61

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Impact Story

James Wood ’41 Harvey’s alumni program would not be nearly what it is without the dedication and commitment of Jim Wood. His passion for Harvey has been apparent since he made his first gifts to support Harvey in the 1970s. His input was instrumental to the Alumni Office as they began to gather information about the school’s history and locate and connect with alumni. Jim was a treasure trove of information and institutional memory about the Hawthorne campus. He spent countless hours recalling memories about beloved faculty and his fellow students, as well as depicting student life on the Hawthorne campus in the years just before the Second World War. Through his care and diligence, he helped find and reconnect students from that storied era as he served as one of the first class agents for the classes of 1938–1945! Throughout the years, Jim has remained an active and generous donor — not only to the Annual Fund but also to the various capital initiatives that have shaped the Harvey campus in Katonah as we know it today — most recently as an inaugural donor to the Jock Burbank Memorial Scholarship Fund. He was instrumental in garnering support from the “Hawthorne boys” for both the endowment and the construction of new athletic facilities in 2010. His advice for current and future Harvey students is “Study hard, play hard.” And he has made good on this motto. Not only does Jim make every effort to attend Harvey events — whether in person or now more recently on Zoom — but also he continues to “work hard” on Harvey’s behalf as a class agent. In addition to becoming a charter member of the Carter Legacy Society and remaining active with the Alumni Association, he has also assisted our community service club by participating in their projects. Jim would say that his commitment to Harvey stems in part from his receiving the Ballard Loyalty prize at commencement in 1941. “I felt it was a GREAT honor then and still do. As a consequence of receiving that prize, I have felt it to be another reason to be Loyal to Harvey!” The impact and influence Jim has had on our community past and present are innumerable! Jim can also look back over the decades of his accomplishments. After nearly 30 years with the Bank of New York, he worked for an investment firm and found time for other activities as well: the Bedford Farmers Club, the Interfaith Food Pantry, Mount Kisco Child Care Center, the boards of trustees for Haverford College and Bryn Mawr College, and various conservation and environmental causes. He has been honored locally for his service as a long-time board member and supporter of many of these organizations. We are also proud to have honored him as a Distinguished Alumnus. He is known throughout the local area for his leadership, philanthropy, and kindness. We are indebted to him not only for all he has done for our local community but also for the profound impact he has had to ensure that our Harvey community endures. Go Neperans!

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ORGANIZATIONS & FOUNDATIONS Belmont Land Design, LLC Blackacre Title Agency Corp. Clarke Auction CyberGrants SPV, LLC Danziger & Markhoff LLP Dunhilly Corp

Genesis Health Outcomes Research Corp. Leon Lowenstein Foundation, Inc. MBIA Foundation Inc. Network for Good Putnam County Savings Bank The Benevity Community Impact Fund

UBS Warburg Dillon Read Wayne Fazzinga & Company William A. Kelly and Company, Inc. WPO Fairchester Chapter

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Effie Afentoulides Christina Alexander Vincent Alexander John Bellucci Margaret Booth Brendan Byrne Melissa Zeffer Casella Ellen Christian-Reid Michelle Christie-Kelly Timothy E. Cornell Susie Danziger Christopher Del Campo Jonathan M. DePalma ’01 Michael Fink Lori J. Fowler Scott C. Fowler Karen Grazia Robert Griffin Marcie M. Hajem

Jason Hill Virginia D. Holmes Greg Janos ’98 Chris C. Kelly William J. Knauer, Head of School Philip J. Lazzaro Rosana Lindoro Alexandra Lindquist Joanne Lombardi Dianne G. Mahony Deborah Matero Stephanie Jones McCaine ’87 William Mena Stephanie M. Metz Danielle Meyer Michelle Morris Alexander H. Morse Maureen Moser Melanie A. Noblit-Gambino Bruce C. Osborne

Dale A. Osborne Amie L. Phillips Gregory L. Phillips Lee A. Robinson Christine Romanowicz Judith Ryerson Richard J. Ryerson Samuel W. Schursky Jeff Seymour Jim Skrip Nicole Tantillo Jessica Vicente Elizabeth C. Visintainer Madelon Visintainer John Wahlers Jeannine Young

Former Faculty/Staff Sally Breckenridge David W. Brouwer Carly Feinberg Byrne Gordon M. Coburn ’63 Marie and Tom Dodd Peter S. Duncan ’65 Audree B. Farrington Barry W. Fenstermacher, Headmaster Emeritus Charles Jay Gaspar Amanda K. Hufnagel Jan deGreeff Jacobi Jennifer Feighery Lazzaro Frank M. Perrine Jeanne Puchir Ron Romanowicz Robert A. Schmidt Judith Steinbach

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Past Parents Kate and David Anderson Yvonne and Sule Best Suzanne and Philip Bowers ’70, Trustee Sally Breckenridge Laurel and David Brouwer « Agnes Cameron Kathleen and John Casano « Hilary and Neil Chavkin Hilleary and James Coleman « Susie and Bob Danziger « Andrea DePalma « Corrinne and Joseph DiVestea « Helene and Joseph Dooley « Charlesanna and Bill Ecker « Dawn Eletto « Lisa and Mark Ellis Debbie Finkel Jill and Jonathan Frey Sandy Gabel ’61 Lori and Mark Garbin « Janet and Elbridge Gerry Miharu and John Gill « Deirdre, Trustee and James Glascott Susan and William Hassett Amy and Edward Hogan « Elizabeth and Robert Husted « Amy and Howard Katz Laura Dahm and John Kavounas Charles Krasne, Trustee « Elicia Weinstein and Barry Krosser Donna Leone Alexandra Lindquist and Douglas Greenwood Joanne and Joseph Lombardi Jill and John Lombardi Lynne and Christopher Lovell Dianne and Alan Mahony « Rosalie Maiden Jane and Arthur Margolin « Maureen and Patrick McManus Peggy and Daniel Miller « Evette and Emmett Murtha Jackie and Stephen Norman Jennifer and William O’Connell « Marcy and Reinhardt Olsen « Dale and Bruce Osborne « Richard Pape Jane, Emerita and Rick Petty

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Maulene and Leslie Pitterson Katharine and Joseph Plummer, Trustee Fujiko and Robert Presseau Jeanne and Robert Puchir « Sandra Mayer and James Roberts Paul and Maxine Rosenberg Mary Kaye and Kevin Ross Judith and Richard Ryerson Andrea and Angelo Santiago Alice and David Schiff Joanna and Kenneth Schulman Elizabeth and Wallace Schwartz, Trustees L isa Beck and Mitchell Seider « Alexandra Shepherd and Derek Smyth Jeannie and Lou Sorell « Karen Scappaticci and Howard Steinberg

Robert Sullivan, Jr. ’77 Hatsumi and Ken Suyama Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Michael Scarsella K athleen, Trustee and Jeremy Treat « K elsey, Trustee and James Turcotte « M ary and Francis Valentine « Deborah and John Van Steen Elisabeth and Paul Visintainer « Margo Hotston and Jeffrey Wacksman Eileen, Trustee and Jay Walker Steven Warshaw Melissa and Stuart Welburn Tina and James Welles Kim and Eric Wise, Trustee « Patty and Russ Wolff

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grandparents & Friends of Harvey Grandparents

Susan and Harvey Bazaar Kathleen and John Casano Marilyn Colon Santiago Margaret and Daniel Cremins George Eysymontt, Jr. ’53 Jacqueline Freedman and Robin Fitzgerald Phyllis and Victor Grann Vivian Groccia Kathryn Holden Yvonne Isley Norma and William Jaques Eileen and Jose Juico Marcia and Paul Kalkut Mary Knauer Charles Krasne, Trustee Gail and Robert Lederer Patricia Leffler Carol and Thomas Nied Bette Sue and Lawrence Rosenthal Evelyn and Fred Simon « Penelope Stevens David Wagstaff III ’51

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Alan and Barbara Aronson Alison Grann Leon Hanson Richard Hayman « Edward W. Kelly, Trustee Stephen Libroia Susan Piccone Ann Pisetzner Claudine Rubin WPO Fairchester Chapter

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Impact Story

Philip Bowers ’70 When Philip Bowers ’70 matriculated as a sixth grader at The Harvey Middle School for Boys, it was a very different place than it is today. Harvey back then was perhaps more austere — the boys wore coats and ties; lacrosse sticks were wooden; students competed in the old gym and performed plays in the Study Hall; half of the students boarded; and if students weren’t pulling their weight, they were given demerits, which they’d work off in the kitchen; students took Latin every day and worked with their hands in Mr. Coe’s woodworking class in the Red Barn. Philip eventually found his way “back home” to Harvey in 2006 when he enrolled his eldest son, also named Philip, in the sixth grade. “While the age of technology ushered in sweeping changes, Harvey’s core values and ethos have remained unchanged,” said Philip. Recognizing that the spirit of the faculty who inspired, encouraged, and influenced generations of students before so profoundly — Rosie Baldwin, John McMahon, Mr. Engel, Mr. Dodd — lingers still, Philip became increasingly more involved to ensure that the value of a Harvey education would endure. By the time Philip’s second son, Andrew, joined Harvey in 2008, then Alumni Council President Dan Chapman ’73 had recruited him to join the Alumni Council. In addition, he became a valued member of the Annual Fund volunteer corps reaching out to both fellow alumni and parents to encourage their giving. He became a critical part of building the Harvey we know today. In 2009, he led Harvey’s Capital Campaign, and, under his aegis, Harvey built the Fenstermacher Athletic Center, renovated Carter Hall and the new science labs in the Middle School, and made significant strides to add to and grow the endowment. Although his sons have long since graduated, Philip remains a key member of the Board of Trustees and the Annual Fund team. He serves on the Development Committee and has been instrumental to all our fundraising success with alumni and parents through the Annual Fund — especially through the Day of Giving. To imagine our school without Philip’s dedication and generosity is difficult. He has strengthened our school’s finances, enhanced our facilities, and provided leadership within our alumni community and our entire school community. When we think of “impact” stories, Philip’s is top of mind. We are so grateful for all he has done and continues to do for Harvey. We salute you!

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Annual Fund On February 11, 2021, Harvey inaugurated a new tradition that both celebrates Founder’s Day and honors our rich legacy of providing a transformative environment for students to become the best version of themselves. For 24 hours, Harvey families, students, faculty, and alumni connected with each other to maximize the value of their contributions to make a HUGE impact. The Board of Trustees mounted a $200,000 challenge to our community to reach a goal of 105 gifts and $200,000. Our community’s support was overwhelming, raising more than $430,000 from more than 350 donors, ensuring that the Annual Fund continues to support Harvey’s vision and the programs and people that make Harvey extraordinary. Our thanks to all those who made this new tradition a success!

Day of Giving Donors Christopher Abrenica ’89 Jay Abrenica ’87 Andrew T. Abt ’10 Kim and Jeff Abt Brian Acrish Nicole Acrish Effie and Lefteri Afentoulides E. Richard Ahlborn ’55 Teresa C. Aiello-Lash ’95 Patricia Alcamo Michael S. Alexander ’66 Holly and Neil Alexander Christina and Vincent Alexander Melissa and David Alpern Aliki and Phillip Anastos Yonat Assayag and Louis Arbetter

Alan and Barbara Aronson Julie and David August Catherine Avery Beth and Raymond Baer Karen and Anthony Bailey Patricia McKeogh and William Bandon Nanette Baratta ’82 Diane and Harry Bartley Christine E. Bauereis Meghan and Alan Bazaar Leslie, President, Parent Association and Mark Berni Odette and Densley Blake Glenda Rosado-Bland and William Bland Laura and Gary Bologh Margaret Booth Suzanne and Philip Bowers ’70, Trustee

Mitchell Bowman ’12 Elizabeth Mearsheimer Branchflower ’04 Sally Breckenridge Trish and Michael Breede Alexander P. Breitenbach Lillian Brouwer ’14 Linda and John Bryant Milagros Buddington Andrea Bullens Carly Feinberg Byrne and Brendan Byrne Adrianna E. Calandros Gina and John Calandros Calvert Investments Maria and Tysen Canevari Christine Cappelletti Sandra and Peter Carlton Anne and Scott Carpenter Donor Impact Report 2020–21

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Timothy Carpenter, Jr. ’09 Kathleen and John Casano Lara Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association and Sean Gilligan Melissa and Brian Casella Pieter A. Catlow ’73 Whitney Solomon Chamberlain ’02 Hitomi and Daniel K. Chapman ’73, Emeritus Cheryl Chess Erica Cheyne ’14 Treena and John Chirico Ellen Christian-Reid Linda and Jack Cioffi Wendy and Paul Class Stuart Clement III ’72 David Coburn ’64 Gordon M. Coburn Jamie and Barry Cohen Ava Cohn ’17 Lisa and Thomas Cohn Gretel Coleman ’08

Marilyn Colon Santiago Jennifer Waterhouse-Cooper, Trustee and Perry Cooper Mariane Corcoran Junko Iwamizu and Timothy Cornell Jaime and Niko Coutroulis John W. Crawford ’56 Sara and David Cremins Orla and John Dalby Nathalie Martino and James Dalrymple The Daly Family Foundation Stacy Daly Samantha Danziger ’16 Susie and Bob Danziger Christian and Jackson Day Carmen Delessio Daniel Denny ’64 Andrea DePalma Jonathan M. DePalma ’01 Dennis A. Dilmaghani ’62 Adam Donofrio ’88

highlights The alumni classes with the most participation in the Day of Giving, 1956 and 1957, will be honored at Homecoming 2021 and share a special hospitality tent. The Middle School classes, anchored by the outstanding turnout of the eighth grade parents who reached just shy of 100% participation, won the Class Parent Participation Challenge and celebrated with a visit from a food truck in May. The Alumni Challenges that were offered throughout the day include the following winners » First Alumni gift: Henry Smith-Miller ’56 » Largest Alumni gift: Dennis Dilmaghani ’62 » The 25th Alumni gift was contributed by Lily Brouwer ’14 » The 50th Alumni gift was contributed by Alli Stone ’93 A special thank you goes out to the members of the Board of Trustees, whose extraordinary collective challenge gift of $200,000 added enthusiasm for the event and encouraged our whole community to participate. A special alumni challenge was offered through the generosity of Donna Leone for the first 50 alumni donors in honor of Philip Lazzaro.

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Francesca and Ernesto D’Onofrio Nick Duncan ’04 Peter S. Duncan ’65 C. Dary Dunham, Jr. ’56 LaVandra and Anthony DuPree Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Brian Durling ’02 Charlesanna and Bill Ecker Carrie Devenyi Effinger ’90 and Rick Effinger Mia and Adam Egelberg Philip A. Eifert ’73 Stacy and Andrew Eisner Christine Lai and Craig Elkind Anna and Theodore Epstein Elizabeth and Alexander Eysymontt Coral Fernandes John Fernandes Michael Fink Debbie Finkel Sloane Finn Keri Fiore Jennifer and Gregg Fisher Harrison Fontaine ’19 Ashley and Joel Foote Mary and William Ford Sussman Lori and Scott Fowler Meredith and John Franck Jackie and Lee Freund DeLauné Michel and Daniel Fried Heather and Erik Friedman Eric Fris ’56 Sandy Gabel ’61 Daniel P. Galgano Jerri-Lynn, Trustee and Dan Galgano Michael Gallagher ’03 Lori and Mark Garbin Kathleen Gardner Jessica and David Gasch Miharu and John Gill Alexandra Gittleman Carly Glenn ’11 Janet and Barry Goldblatt Cheryl and Stephen Goldblum Ilana and Jim Grady Kyra Darnton and David Grann Claudia Grant Karen and Allan Grauer Karen and Tony Grazia Marita Seppanen and Colin Greene Robert Griffin Kylene A. Groff Melissa Acciavatti and Adam Gueli Dylan Hackley ’08 Jamie and Rob Hagani Marcie McGowan-Hajem and Said Hajem Alicia and Francisco Hall David Hammer ’88


Day of Giving Leon Hanson Anna and David Hargreaves Kelly Harned Christian K. Harrington Abigail F. Hassett Richard Hayman Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger Megan and Michael Hildebrandt Elizabeth and Jay Hill Kimberly and Neil Hindle Douglas P. Hirsh ’61 Virginia D. Holmes and Jeffrey Seymour Amy R. Horowitz ’87 Yvonne Isley Joi Isley-Collins Andy Jamieson ’09 Gregory Janos ’98 Francine and David Jaques Yulia Josiger ’08 Eileen and Jose Juico Carol Rubin Kahn Jeffrey Kalman ’92 Amy and Jon Kass, Trustee Dani and Tarquin Katis Heather and Marc Katzin Jill and Marc Katzman Michelle Christie-Kelly and Chris Kelly Kelly Gallagher Kennedy ’99 Katie A. Ketner Julia and David Klagsbrun Sorin and Doug Klares Marlo and Eric Klein Linda and Donald Kluge Mary Knauer Eileen Juico and William J. Knauer, Head of School Stacie and Thatcher Krasne ’86 Jennifer Baliotti LaForce and Scott LaForce Dorothy and Clifford Lanier Manda Larsen ’08 Ronice, Trustee and Lenwood Latta Jennifer and Philip Lazzaro Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer Richard Ledes ’71 Christina and David Lehner Blaire Lent ’98 Donna Leone Meredith and Ian Levine Toby Lazarus and Allan Lichtenberg Joshua Linder ’03 Rosana Lindoro Alexandra Lindquist and Douglas Greenwood Elissa Stein and Ted Listokin Dana Lombardi ’10 Joanne and Joseph Lombardi Joseph Lombardi ’08 Lisa Levinger and Nelson Louie

Jennifer Bigham Louziotis ’87 Heather Goldman and Michael Lubin Dianne and Alan Mahony Cynthia and Shawn Mallon Mary Vidals and Cruz Marin Jessica Marinace ’99 Harding Mason, Jr. ’64 Deborah Matero Alden W. Mauck ’72 Stephanie and Robin McCaine ’87 Doniella McKoy ’07 Wendy and Tom McLean Maureen and Patrick McManus Gary Meller ’64 Jed Melnick Michele and William Mena Laurel Elkind Meredith ’88 Abigail B. Merritt Stephanie M. Metz Jamie and Eric Mohamad Samuel L. Moise-Silverman Michelle Morris Alexander Morse Maureen Moser Valerie and Joshua Nelson Erin and Peter O’Brien Sean O’Brien ’09 Kathryn Ogg ’21 Christine O’Grady Putek ’89 Karen and George O’Hanlon Yvette Palmero-Ortega and Kirk Ortega Dale and Bruce Osborne Idanise and Jason Pagan Tracy Persaud Jane, Emerita and Rick Petty Amie and Greg Phillips Susan Piccone Nicole Piper Maulene and Leslie Pitterson

Gregoire Presseau ’98 Alexandra Pugliese ’07 Nikki Pugliese ’12 Diane and David Quinn Valerie Raynor Darren J. Rigger ’87 Nicole and Matthew Roberts Gale Segarra Roberts and R. Gregory Roberts Deborah and David Robicheau Lee Robinson Samantha and Gerard Rocco Rebecca and Robert Rodriguez Gisella and Reynaldo Roisenvit Christine and Ronald Romanowicz Amy Rosen Jennifer and Michael Rosen Allison Rosenblatt Stone ’93 Lynn Green and Marc Rosenthal Claudine Rubin Michelle Rubin and Jeff Gross Judith and Richard Ryerson Jenny and Brian Rynott Samantha Salloway ’11 Luz Noboa and Ruben Sanchez Kelley and Michael Sanders Jeanette and David Sandor Stefanie Kalkut and Lanier Saperstein Chloe B. Savitch Jameson Scarsella ’15 Sophia L. Scarsella ’19 Robert A. Schmidt Samuel Schursky Andrew Schwartz ’14 Elizabeth Ortiz-Schwartz and Clifford Schwartz Samuel Schwartz ’09 Elizabeth and Wallace Schwartz, Trustees Benjamin W. Shapiro Donor Impact Report 2020–21

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Tracy and William Shepard Sara and James Shyer Abby and Marc Siegel Lynn and Robert Siegel Brian Silva Rachel and Jeffrey Silva Amy and Stephen Silverman Stephanie and Brett Sklar Rebekah Skovron Jim Skrip Marie and Taylor Smelser Henry H. Smith-Miller ’56 Jeannie and Lou Sorell Pete Sorenson ’09 Paolo Sorio Daphne Uviller and Sacha Spector Ellen and Steven Spiro Kelisha and Courtland Spruils Natalia St. Lawrence ’12 Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim and Bret Stephens Lynda and Richard Stewart Marley Strauss ’08

Laura and Richard Sullivan Robert Sullivan, Jr. ’77 Nicola and Jason Teixeira Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Michael Scarsella Leslye Oquendo-Thomas and Jamal Thomas Kathleen, Trustee and Jeremy Treat Laura and James Treseler Wai Chi Cheng and David Tsui Kelsey, Trustee and James Turcotte Christy Uhrowczik Dean Vallas ’66 Lisa and Leonardo Vasile Marta Noriega and Marco Vega Dawanna and Raygo Veneable Jessica Vicente Laura Armenio and Jason Villano Edward Viola ’87 Elisabeth and Paul Visintainer Madelon Visintainer Mary Kaye Vizdos Ross Donna and Richard Volpitta

David Wagstaff III ’51 John Wahlers Kirk Waldron ’56 Eileen, Trustee and Jay Walker Lindsey Walker ’05, Trustee Sherry Levin Wallach Amanda Jayne and John Wang Jared Weinstein ’09 Jodi and Drew Weisberger Tina and James Welles Maggie and Steven Wieting Elizabeth Willingham ’99 Jennifer and Ian Winters Michael L. Wolff Patty and Russ Wolff Deborah and Russell Yankwitt Jeannine and Coulter Young Sharon and Robert Yudell Lisa and Brian Yurko Liai Zhou and Yongtao Zhang Shujuan and Minggao Zheng Betty and Amir Zilberstein

Honorable Mentions With their generosity, more than 100 of our inaugural Day of Giving donors honored the people and programs that make Harvey special. Honorable mentions included revered faculty and staff, both past and present; alumni; Harvey programs that have made an indelible impression on students and alumni; students; and other people who are connected to our community in some meaningful way.

Alumni and Current Harvey Classes Nigel Rickards ’53 Pal Maleter ’58 William X. Shields ’64 Sam Schwartz ’09 Andrew Schwartz ’14 Class of ’72 Class of ’14 Class of ’22 Class of ’23 Class of ’25

Current and Former Harvey Faculty and Staff All Teachers, Administrators, and Staff The Harvey Middle School Teachers and Staff History Department

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Science Department Vinny Alexander John Bellucci Dick Coe John DePalma ’01 Tom Dodd Matthew Eccher Douglas Farshety Michael Fink Melanie Gambino Virginia Holmes Chris Kelly Bill Knauer, Head of School Philip Lazzaro Luigi Loiola Bill Magnan ’43 Dianne Mahony Deborah Matero Alexandra Matthews James McCombs John McMahon

Michelle Morris Alex Morse Maureen Moser Ted O’Connor Amie Philips Samantha Saraniti Bob Shattuck Zachary Wright Melissa Zeffer

Harvey Students Amani Kelly Carty ’26 Dominic D’Onofrio ’22 Emiliana Knauer ’23 Zoe Melnick ’23 Lucas Ruiz-Vicente ’23

Harvey Programs Athletics Evarts Rink Fine Arts Founders Day Lasdon Theater Model UN Performing Arts Robotics Rugby Safety & Security Theater

Harvey Friends and Family Don and Rhonda Breseke Gary Kahn* Ernest Kalman* Maury Leone* Lilian Unterman Lawrence M. Waterhouse, Jr.*

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All About

Endowment A school endowment is a pool of funds that is invested for the purpose of generating consistent interest income for the institution. Thanks to the commitment and dedication of our Investment Committee, our endowment, including the Ronald Duncan Trust, has grown to more than $7 million. The majority of our funds are dedicated to financial aid and faculty professional development and materially impact the lives of our students and faculty. This year we established the Maury A. Leone Scholarship Fund to honor the memory of former trustee Maury Leone. Thus we will be awarding our first scholarship this fall to an incoming ninth grade student. To discuss how your interests can match a need at Harvey, please contact Susie Danziger at sdanziger@harveyschool.org

The Rose Baldwin Reading Center

Dennis Dilmaghani ’62 Photography Fund

Established in 2013 in honor of longtime staff member Rosie Baldwin, funds are dedicated to the enhancement of our library.

This fund was established by Dennis Dilmaghani ’62, who has been a longtime supporter of Harvey and was a member of the Alumni Executive Council. His strong interest in supporting the arts, specifically photography, inspired him to create this fund.

Recent donors: Anne R. Baldwin Alden W. Mauck ’72 Anthony Milne ’56 John Pflieger ’74 T. Rowe Price Foundation

Recent donor: Michael S. Alexander ’66

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Barry W. Fenstermacher Fund for Financial Aid This fund honors former Head of School Barry Fenstermacher’s 30 years of service at the time of the school’s centennial celebration. The Trustees established it, enabling qualifying students to attend The Harvey School. To date, the fund has received more than $1 million in gifts. Thank you to all those who contributed this year. Recent donors: Dennis A. Dilmaghani ’62 RoseMarie and Raymond Kuntz, Trustee Deborah and Jeremiah O’Brien Maulene and Leslie Pitterson Alexandra Pugliese ’07

Maury A. Leone Scholarship Fund In honor of former Trustee, past parent, and beloved longtime friend of Harvey, Maury Leone, this fund was initiated after his death in 2020 to memorialize and honor his deep commitment to our community. The fund, starting in the 2021–22 academic year, will provide financial support to a student who embodies the spirit and love for Harvey that Maury had. Recent donors Anya-Nicole and John Barrett Calvert Investments Gaspare Cerullo Ellen Davidowitz Richard Delpizzo Albert DeMatteo Nicholas and Katie Distefano Donald and Judy Gruhn Foundation Donald Duffy Rowena and Barry Fenstermacher, Headmaster Emeritus Fidelity Charitable Jenna Gabriel Gabriel and Marissa Grossman Judy and Donald Gruhn Hermione Foundation Jennifer and Philip Lazzaro Judith Ginsberg and Paul Leclerc Anthony and Marla Leone Donna Leone Sandy and Lazzaro Leone Joshua Linder ’03 Albert and Mary Ann Lomoriello Linda Ludwig Joan and Edward Marcus Christine O’Connor 26

Dale and Bruce Osborne Maria Pappas Faith and David Pedowitz Donna and Nick Pellegrino Jane, Emerita and Rick Petty Merril Pyes Zachery Rosenthal ’06 Sarah A. Rubel ’08 Lisa Baron Schenker and Gregg Schenker Barbara Walter Schulman and Joseph Schulman Schwab Charitable Elizabeth and William Sorenson Ronald Tauber AJ and Kristin Totino Courtney Wartman Natasha Weber Stacy Mark-Wesolowski and Richard Wesolowski Andrew and Heather Zuckerman

John McMahon Fund for New Teachers This fund, which provides support and mentorship for new teachers, was established on John McMahon’s death, in honor of his 39 years of teaching at Harvey. Recent donors Stacy and Andrew Eisner Richard Ledes ’71 John Leeds ’75 Thomas A. McGraw, Jr. ’67

David Muntner Memorial Tech Theatre Fund This fund was established in memory of David M. Muntner, husband of former Alumni Director Sally Breckenridge and father of Harold ’06. This fund supports an annual award bestowed at graduation to an outstanding technical theatre student. This year’s recipient was Tyler Wallach ’21. Recent donor Michael S. Alexander ’66

General Funds Unrestricted funds can be spent, invested, and distributed at the discretion of the School to provide flexibility to enhance any and all programs. Recent donors Sloane Finn Gary Meller ’64 Jed Melnick Jaclyn Klein Walker ’03 and Evan R. Walker ’03


All About Endowment

Endowment breakdown 2020–21

49%

Faculty Endowment Funds

44%

Endowment for Financial Aid

7%

General Endowment Funds

$7,500,000

2021

Endowment growth

$7,000,000 $6,500,000

2018

2019

2020

$6,000,000 $5,500,000 $5,000,000

2017

$4,500,000 $4,000,000

2016

2015

$3,500,000 $3,000,000

2010

$2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000

2005

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The Harvey School

planned gifts These gifts include bequests, charitable trusts, life insurance, real estate, or other tangible property. Depending on the donor’s circumstances, a planned gift may not only greatly benefit The Harvey School but also might provide significant tax advantages for the donor and his or her family. Herbert Carter Legacy Society Members of this ever-growing group have indicated that they have made provisions for Harvey in their estate plans. These gifts include bequests, charitable trusts, life insurance, real estate, or other tangible property. We are grateful to acknowledge all who have made provisions in their wills for The Harvey School. Through these generous bequests, Harvey is assured long-term fiscal health. Society Members Laurance Baschkin ’77 Pieter A. Catlow ’73 Hitomi and Daniel K. Chapman ’73, Emeritus John G. Davis ’50 Peter S. Duncan ’65 Ronald W. Duncan Rowena and Barry Fenstermacher, Headmaster Emeritus

John French III ’47 Paul Hollos ’52 Gene S. Lasdon Jeanette and Jeffrey Lasdon Patrick O. Peterkin ’78 Linda and Gerald Pollack Dawn Stuttig Robert West ’60 Christopher Wise ’62

Bequests can take many forms, including a specific dollar amount or a portion of what remains of an estate after obligations to others are fulfilled. Donors might receive generous tax reductions for themselves and their heirs by naming The Harvey School as a beneficiary of an estate or trust. Unrestricted bequests are particularly welcome since they provide flexibility to the school’s trustees to use the gift in whatever way is needed the most. We recognize that many donors, however, have specific interests that they want to encourage and support. Gifts for specific purposes should be described as broadly as possible. For example, a donor might want to leave a gift restricted for scholarships, faculty support, or a particular program. The donor's attorney or estate planner as well as a Harvey School representative should be consulted to accommodate individual circumstances.

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Charitable Trusts » Charitable remainder trusts place assets in trust for the benefit of the school, while a fixed percentage of the trust or annuity is paid out to the donor, a family member or other beneficiary. The donor might choose to have income paid for the life of a beneficiary or for a certain number of years. At the end of the term, these assets are transferred to The Harvey School. » Charitable lead trusts are established by transferring cash or other assets to a trustee, who invests the principal and pays income to Harvey for a period designated by the donor. When the term of the trust expires, the principal is transferred to a donor’s family or other beneficiary at what could be a significant gift and estate tax savings.

For more information, please contact Susie Danziger, Director of Development sdanziger@harveyschool.org or (914) 232-3161 ext. 111


Weil House &

Barn Complex Continuing the tradition of the Senior Class Gift, the families of the Class of 2021 have rallied support for this special project. The historic house and barn was once the childhood home of Frank Weil ’44, Trustee Emeritus and Harvey benefactor, making this project of particular significance to Harvey’s history; its restoration and renovation to create a welcome center marks a new era. We offer our thanks to the Class of 2021 as well as alumni and friends, whose combined gifts between July 2020 and June 2021 bring us closer to our goal.

Ime and Salam Abdul-Wahab Amy and Neil Abramson Elizabeth and Paul Amerling Julie and David August Catherine Avery Patricia McKeogh and William Bandon Diane and Harry Bartley Odette and Densley Blake Andrea Bullens Gina and John Calandros Maria and Tysen Canevari Treena and John Chirico Jamie and Barry Cohen Junko Iwamizu and Timothy Cornell Vincent V. DeSomma III ’77 Dana and Vince DiGrandi LaVandra and Anthony DuPree Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Anna and Theodore Epstein Andi and Steven Fern Coral Fernandes Deirdre, Trustee and James Glascott Jean and Gary Gold

Ilana and Jim Grady Karen and Allan Grauer Dina and Eric Grossman Lydia, Trustee and Richard Hellinger Liz Jones Heather and Marc Katzin Laura and David Ketner Eileen Juico and William J. Knauer, Head of School Charles Krasne, Trustee Stacie and Thatcher Krasne ’86 Eve and Seth Lapine Christina and David Lehner Elias Lichten ’21 Lisa Levinger and Nelson Louie Noelle and Blaine Marder Cordelia McKenna ’21 Deedee and Sean McKenna Wendy and Tom McLean Ashley and Richard Murphy Kathryn Ogg Karen and George O’Hanlon Jennifer and Ari Perkins

Jane, Emerita and Rick Petty Paula and Thierry Pradines Deborah and David Robicheau Mary Kaye and Kevin Ross Jennifer and Stan Rybalov Sara and James Shyer Abby and Marc Siegel Madeline and Scott Simon Jim Skrip Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Michael Scarsella Leigh Thomas ’12 Kathleen, Trustee and Jeremy Treat Laura and James Treseler Laura Armenio and Jason Villano Margo Hotston and Jeffrey Wacksman Eileen, Trustee and Jay Walker Melissa and Cliff Wallach, Trustee Sherry Levin Wallach Lamont Watson ’21 Sharon and Robert Yudell

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Message from the

Parent Association The Harvey Community truly danced between the raindrops this past year. With the incredible support of the Harvey staff, administration, parents, and all of the generous donors like you, Harvey students continued to grow academically and to be supported emotionally and socially in a safe and a supportive environment. In addition, the Parent Association (PA) was able to raise significant funds to support the programs and curriculum enhancements that make Harvey so special. While so many students and families were struggling with online education, Harvey students were learning and engaged in ways that worked for them. The Harvey School graciously offered the option of everyday, in-person learning, online classes from home — be that in Katonah or Taiwan — or a combination of both. The Harvey administration and faculty made sure that students were still reading thought-provoking novels, exploring eye-opening science topics, and delving into complex mathematical problems, from wherever they were based. Teachers did triple duty teaching, making sure their lessons translated both live and virtually, and then staying late to work online with students overseas. Equally impressive, the School found ways to weave joy into students’ daily lives through food trucks; spirit days; daily exercise; options to hike, play basketball or tennis during free periods; after-school programs this spring in the arts and athletics, and so much more. The year was not perfect. Students dealt 30

with hardships, loss, and major changes in the way they had to learn and conduct themselves. But with thoughtful planning and execution, Harvey students stayed safe, healthy, and connected in a year when connections were so rare. In the meantime, parents sipped coffee and cocktails together online in numerous creative gatherings, led by an enthusiastic PA. We found new ways to enjoy each other’s company through the launch of book clubs, parent hikes, online cooking classes, outdoor ropes courses, visits to apple orchards, virtual author evenings, and more. And, finally, we gathered as a group — in person — for a spring celebration full of hope and happiness! On May 15, we sipped canned wine and sampled bourbon from a tasting bar under a blue sky, as the sun went down. We caught up, played cornhole, ate creatively curated boxed gourmet goodies, and, in the meantime, surpassed our fundraising goal for the evening, raising $70,000. On behalf of the PA, I want to thank all who contributed to Harvey this year through your donations, innovative ideas, support, and participation. This community truly showed up, even though it often felt so much easier just to stay in bed and hide. And somehow, we found mini-rainbows throughout this stormy year, and perhaps even a pot of gold — the safety, growth, and unity of our Harvey Community. With gratitude, Leslie Caney Berni, President, Harvey PA


The 2020–21 school year will go down in the history books as an unprecedented year that required resilience, nimbleness, and fortitude on everyone’s part. The year will also be remembered as one that the Harvey PA went above and beyond to ensure that each faculty and staff member felt cared for and supported every step of the way. Whether it was a handwritten note in September, a pie for Thanksgiving, a cup of coffee and a doughnut in December, or a beautiful bulletin board filled with notes and mementos — we could all feel the love of this steadfast group of dedicated and passionate volunteers. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

Parent Association Executive Committee President: Leslie Berni Middle School Liaison: Leslye Oquendo-Thomas Treasurer: Wendy McLean Secretary: Linda Cioffi Facebook Administrator: Cyndi Mallon Communications Chair: Toby Lazarus Upper School Athletic Booster: Francine Jaques Middle School Athletic Booster: Ashley Foote Upper School Teacher Appreciation Breakfast: Paula Pradines, Chair Sorin Klares, Co-Chair Melissa Alpern, Co-Chair Sara Cremins, Committee Member

Middle School Teacher Breakfast Richard Sullivan, Chair Peter Carlton, Co-Chair Holiday Appreciation: Lisanne Kheirolomoom, Co-Chair Richard Sullivan, Co-Chair Harvey Presents: Leslie Berni, Chair Arts Booster: Tricia Bandon, Co-Chair Wendy McLean, Co-Chair Book Club: Beth Baer, Co-Chair Toby Lazarus, Co-Chair Parent Ambassadors: Jenny Rynott, Chair

Class Parents

Impact Story

Liz Jones Liz is the parent of recent grad Syrreal Watson, Class of 2021. An educator herself, Liz teaches fifth grade at Richard J. Bailey Elementary in Greenburgh, N.Y. Liz innately understands the importance of being involved in your child’s education and has never missed a chance to be part of Syrreal’s high school experience. Liz could always be found in the stands or on the sidelines when Syrreal was competing; given his talent, that meant a lot of games! But, Liz didn’t stop there. She has always been quick to jump and offer a hand when help is needed — whether it is calling a prospective parent, participating in a Zoom open house, volunteering her time at Homecoming or, most recently, making phone calls to ensure participation from all of the graduating families in this year’s Senior Class Gift, the important Weil House & Barn Complex. Liz never shrinks from a challenge — no mountain is too high nor asks too much! Although Syrreal is now an alum and, for the moment, Liz doesn’t have a reason to be on campus regularly, we know that she isn’t far away and ready to help when the call comes. Liz, we are honored to have had you as part of our community and are hopeful you will be part of our community again soon!

6th Grade: Andrea Birch 7th Grade: Christine Cappelletti and Joi Isley-Collins 8th Grade: Claudia Grant, Carmen Delession, Dani Woolwine 9th Grade: Mia Egelberg, Nicola Teixera, Kathleen Gardner 10th Grade: Beth Baer, Cynthia Mallon 11th Grade: Amy Kass, Lynn Green Rosenthal 12th Grade: Abby Siegel and Maria Ogg

Parent Ambassadors Jen Armas Beth Baer Lesley Berni, President, Parent Association Andrea Birch Lara Casano ’95, President, Alumni Association Treena Chirico Wendy Class Lisa Cohn Mariane Corcoran Sara Cremins Kevin Durkin, Trustee Heather Friedman Tiasha Grant Meredith Hanson Juliet Howe Liz Jones Heather Katzin Lisanne Kheirolomoom Jodi Kilgannon Marlo Klein Linda Kluge

Toby Lazarus Wendy Lederer, Trustee Cyndi Mallon Michele Mena Stephanie McCaine ’87 Tracy Persaud Jenny Rynott Jeanette Sandor Lynn Siegel Amy Silverman Richard Sullivan Sonia Tanksley Laura Treseler Daphne Uviller Dawanna Veneable Jen Winters Jessica Vicente

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Parent Association Event

Each year, the Harvey Parent Association magically converts a space on campus to become a gala wonderland to bring our families together and celebrate our community. This year was no different and that celebration, Together at Harvey, was held on a beautiful warm and breezy evening in May under a tent on the Quad. It was the first time the Harvey family had been together in more than 15 months. To say we were grateful to be together would be an understatement. What in the past was our most important fundraising event of the year became an evening of reconnection and friendship. An incredibly optimistic committee, under the leadership of Harvey parent, Juliet Howe, organized a silent auction, a selection of grab ‘n go food and drinks, and some fun yard games to keep us engaged. The evening far exceeded our expectations and will surely remain a highlight of the year. 32


Auction Volunteers Chair Juliet Howe Marketing Lisanne Kheiroloman Toby Lazarus Sponsorship Jeanette and David Sandor Silent Auction Trish Breede Wendy Class Claudia Grant Linda Kluge Giving Tree Leslie Berni, President, Parent Association Decor Linda Cioffi, Chair Joi Isley-Collins Claudia Grant Michele Mena

Volunteers Mark Berni Trish Breede Treena Chirico Sorin Klares Toby Lazarus Sarah Lister DeLaune Michel Valerie Nelson Daphne Uviller Owen Walter

Auction Donors, Sponsors, and Underwriters Patricia Alcamo Melissa and David Alpern Karen and Anthony Bailey Patricia McKeogh and William Bandon Belmont Land Design, LLC Leslie, President, Parent Association and Mark Berni Glenda Rosado-Bland and William Bland Elizabeth Bloch Suzanne and Philip Bowers ’70, Trustee Trish and Michael Breede Linda and John Bryant Maria and Tysen Canevari Christine Cappelletti

Treena and John Chirico Linda and Jack Cioffi Clarke Auction Wendy and Paul Class Michelle and George Condax Mariane Corcoran Sara and David Cremins Danziger & Markhoff, LLP Susie and Bob Danziger Carmen Delessio Tania and Steven Dempsey Lauren and Thomas Doyle Dunhilly Corp Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Charlesanna and Bill Ecker Mia and Adam Egelberg Stacy and Andrew Eisner Christine Lai and Craig Elkind Elizabeth and Alexander Eysymontt Danielle and Andrew Feigenbaum Alison and Evan Flamenbaum Ashley and Joel Foote Mary and William Ford Sussman Shayna Klopott and Michael Frankel Jackie and Lee Freund Daniel P. Galgano ’20 Jerri-Lynn, Trustee and Dan Galgano Jessica and David Gasch Cheryl and Stephen Goldblum

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Kyra Darnton and David Grann Melissa and Steven Gross Melissa Acciavatti and Adam Gueli Jamie and Rob Hagani Meredith and Marc Hanson Juliet and R. Edwin Howe Joi Isley-Collins Gregory Janos ’98 Evan and Debra Janush Francine and David Jaques Amy and Jon Kass, Trustee Dani and Tarquin Katis Lisanne and Ali Kheirolomoom Julia and David Klagsbrun Sorin and Doug Klares Marlo and Eric Klein Eileen Juico and William J. Knauer, Head of School Jennifer Baliotti LaForce and Scott LaForce Jill and Daniel LaGattuta

Wendy, Trustee and Jeffrey Lederer Donna Leone Meredith and Ian Levine Vivien and Todd Levy Toby Lazarus and Allan Lichtenberg Joseph Lombardi ’08 Mary and Westin Lovy Tami and Dan McCarthy Tracy McGhee Jed Melnick Sherman and Christopher Meloni Michele and William Mena Corinne and David Menn Nikita and Avinash Mistri John Morris Danielle and Michael Morris Valerie and Joshua Nelson Karen and George O’Hanlon Jennifer and Ari Perkins Tracy Persaud

Jane, Emerita and Rick Petty Sarah Lister and Andrew Pinney Nicole Piper Putnam County Savings Bank Ngaire Duncan and John Radzin Nicole and Matthew Roberts Gale Segarra Roberts and R. Gregory Roberts Lynn Green and Marc Rosenthal Roxane Dornbusch and Spencer Rosman Michelle Rubin and Jeff Gross Jenny and Brian Rynott Allison and Jeffrey Saccomanno Jeanette and David Sandor Claudia Santorelli-Bates Robert A. Schmidt Elizabeth Ortiz-Schwartz and Clifford Schwartz Elizabeth and Wallace Schwartz, Trustees Alpa and Niraj Shah

Impact Story

Wendy and Tom McLean Wendy and Tom McLean have made an indelible impression on our community since 2013 when Sarah ’18, the older of their two daughters, joined the Harvey family. Their participation deepened throughout the years when Katie ’21 joined her sister on campus, and it was bittersweet when their eightyear commitment to the Harvey community ended with Katie’s graduation. For the past five years, our entire community enjoyed a creatively planned and fun parent benefit in May through the tireless efforts of many volunteers; but it was Tom and Wendy’s ingenuity that shaped the benefit’s themes and brought it roaring to life, starting with the Centennial Celebration — “An Evening to Remember.” However, Wendy’s creativity was not confined to just the benefit. Harvey has been the beneficiary of her time, talent, and passion in a myriad of ways. Active in the Parent Association from the beginning of her time as a Harvey parent, Wendy served as co-chair of the Arts Booster for six years, as the Treasurer for two years, and as a member of the Senior Parent Committee as well. Additionally, Wendy also served on the Strategic Planning Steering Committee, providing insights and guidance as we embark on our next strategic plan. She dedicated herself to supporting the arts at Harvey, celebrating student creativity and encouraging others to do the same. We were thrilled and so grateful that at the end of this year, she organized a thank you gift from the arts parents to present the Development Office with a check for more than $2,000 in support of arts programming. Wendy routinely has shared her passion and creativity to benefit the entire community. However, it was a stroke of good fortune that Wendy also volunteered to bring the concepts of Positive Education to the Harvey community. Two small group sessions with administrators in the summer of 2019 led to a professional development session for our entire faculty in August 2021 on positivity, success, and Character Strengths. She continued through the year, giving presentations on Character Strengths to the Senior Bridge classes, the English department, and the middle schoolers. Her presentations sparked enriching conversations about our mission and how we consciously deliver the tenets to our students and our community as a whole. When we think of going “above and beyond,” we think of the McLeans. They have used their gifts to positively impact our community on so many fronts, from their creativity to their generosity to the numerous initiatives to support Harvey faculty and students. Although Katie is off to her next chapter at NYU, we know that the McLean family will remain a committed part of our family. We salute you all, and thank you so much for being a part of us.

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Together at Harvey Tracy and William Shepard Lynn and Robert Siegel Naomi and Robert Silpe Madeline and Scott Simon Saloni and Sandip Singh Stephanie and Brett Sklar Marie and Taylor Smelser Daphne Uviller and Sacha Spector Lynda and Richard Stewart Laura and Richard Sullivan Robert Sullivan, Jr. ’77 Kat and Jeffrey Tambor Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Michael Scarsella Gery and Glen Tobias Laura and James Treseler Kelsey, Trustee and James Turcotte Jeanne Collins and Matthew Valenti Merel Van den Tol-Tans and Cefas Van den Tol

Lisa and Leonardo Vasile Dawanna and Raygo Veneable Maureen and Michael Verdeschi Donna and Richard Volpitta Margo Hotston and Jeffrey Wacksman Kirk Waldron ’56 Eileen, Trustee and Jay Walker Sherry Levin Wallach Linda and Owen Walter Amanda Jayne and John Wang Wayne Fazzinga & Company Heather Hewett and Matthew Weidner Allison Nied and Stewart Whitman Jennifer and Ian Winters Lin and Zhidong Xu Betty and Amir Zilberstein

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Gifts

In Kind Many of our donors chose to give in unique and special ways by donating their services in a field of expertise, a piece of art, experiences, or gift certificates. We extend our thanks to those donors for their thoughtfulness and generosity. This list includes all who donated an item or services to the Together at Harvey silent auction and raffle.

Denis Arnautovic Greg Barnett ’93 Leslie, President, Parent Association and Mark Berni John Bellucci Bijou Jewelry Trish and Michael Breede The Bryant Family Michelle Christie-Kelly and Chris Kelly Clarke Auction Paul and Wendy Class Elissa Conoscente Susie and Bob Danziger Bethany and Kevin Durkin, Trustee Stacy and Andrew Eisner Sloane Finn Ashley and Joel Foote Jerri-Lynn, Trustee and Dan Galgano Melanie Gambino Claudia Grant Rob Hagani

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Meredith Hayman Hanson and Marc Hanson Juliet Howe Greg Janos Francine and David Jaques Jose Juico Amy and Jon Kass, Trustee Donald Kluge Dorothy and Cliff Lanier Austin Morgan Michelle Morris Elizabeth Ortiz-Schwartz and Cliff Schwartz Aaron Shyer ’21 Madeline and Scott Simon SONO 1420 Lynda and Rick Stewart Albert Stickney III ’59 John Wahlers Melissa and Cliff Wallach, Trustee Dani Woolwine and Tarquin Katis Zack Wright

Impact Story

Andrew Jamieson ’09 Andy began his Harvey experience as a seventh grader in 2003. He jumped at the many opportunities Harvey provided to expand his view of the world at home and abroad. As a member of the choir and the early music ensemble, he had the opportunity to travel throughout Italy performing; and as a seventh grader, he began to cultivate his interest in politics and civics, whose study he continued at Wheaton College. Andy also credits Harvey with ensuring that what could have been a devastating year due to a family illness was one of the most life changing, because his teachers and advisors partnered with his family to provide love, support and guidance. Because Andy reports that Harvey taught him how to be a better friend, a fierce advocate for his ethical beliefs, and a lifelong learner, it’s not surprising that Andy remained engaged in the Harvey community on a number of fronts. Just five years after graduating from Harvey, he was a guest chef at the 2014 Benefit, Taste of Harvey, offering his services from his newly formed catering company that he began with his late father. And his support of Harvey has grown from there. He has been an enthusiastic class agent, encouraging his classmates to re-engage with Harvey. He was an exuberant and compelling voice in Harvey’s successful inaugural Day of Giving. He also recently became a member of our Alumni Executive Committee, where he has helped shape some of the alumni programming to ensure that alumni are reminded of the compelling reasons they should get reconnected to Harvey. Although professionally Andrew is dedicated to advancing the development program at Hackley School, that has clearly not prevented Andy from sharing his passion and many gifts to ensure that Harvey continues to thrive and to strive to become even stronger. We are so grateful to Andy for the impact he has made bringing his talents and enthusiasm to bear as he reaches out to his fellow alumni to re-engage them. He is an example of an alumnus who felt he had every benefit available to him as a student and now in return is helping ensure that the Harvey students of today and tomorrow enjoy those benefits and the impact they will have as well. Thank you, Andy!


Our School

leadership Administration William J. Knauer, Head of School Vincent Alexander, Chair of Performing Arts Brendan Byrne, Head of Middle School Susie Danziger, Director of Development Gary Dunn, Dean of Upper School Students Ray Lacen, Director of Athletics Philip Lazzaro, Head of Upper School Alexandra Lindquist, Director of International Programs Dianne Mahony, Dean of Upper School Academics Stephanie Jones McCaine ’87, Assoc. Director of Admissions & DEI Chair William Mena, Director of Admissions Stephanie Metz, Middle School Dean of Students Jim Skrip, Director of Finance and Operations Elisabeth Visintainer, Asst. Head of Upper School

Board of Trustees Eileen Walker, Chair Philip Bowers ’70, Vice Chair Kevin Durkin Jerri-Lynn Galgano, Secretary Deirdre Glascott Jonathan Kass Edward W. Kelly William J. Knauer, President, Head of School Raymond G. Kuntz Ronice Latta Wendy Lederer Donna Leone Joseph Plummer Elizabeth Schwartz, Chair Development Committee Wallace Schwartz Andrea Tessler, Treasurer Kathleen Treat Kelsey Turcotte Dawanna Veneable Lindsey Walker ’05 Cliff Wallach Jennifer Waterhouse-Cooper J. Eric Wise

Daniel K. Chapman ’73, Emeritus Alice DeSomma, Emerita Barry W. Fenstermacher, Headmaster Emeritus Charles A. Krasne, Emeritus Jeffrey Lasdon, Emeritus Jane Petty, Emerita Frank A. Weil ’44, Emeritus

Alumni and Development Susie Danziger, Director of Development Effie Afentoulides, Parent Programs, Events and Operations Isabelle Correa, Director of the Annual Fund Karen Grazia, Director of Communications Greg Janos, Associate Director of Alumni Relations

Alumni Executive Council Lara Casano ’95, Alumni President Pieter Catlow ’73 Erica Cheyne ’14 George Dallas ’64 Philip Eifert ’73 Andy Jamieson ’09 Laurel Elkind Meredith ’88 Seth Morton II ’57 Greg Presseau ’98 Lindsey Walker ’05, Trustee

Head’s Council Tracey Davies Bruce L. Dennis Dennis Dilmaghani ’62 Lori Garbin John Hughes ’68 Richard Ledes ’71 Vivien Levy Lucy Lopez Dave Raneri ’69 David Silk Vanessa Williams

Development Committee Elizabeth Schwartz, Trustee and Chair of Development Committee William Bandon, Annual Fund Co-chair Leslie Berni, President, Parent Association Philip Bowers ’70, Vice Chair of the Board Erica Cheyne ’14, Alumni Executive Council Susie Danziger, Director of Development Kevin Durkin, Trustee and Senior Class Gift Co-chair Philip A. Eifert ’73, Alumni Executive Council Jerri-Lynn Galgano, Trustee and Annual Fund Co-chair Juliet Howe, Chair, PA Benefit Jonathan Kass, Trustee Wendy Lederer, Trustee Andrea Tessler, Trustee and Annual Fund Past Parent Co-chair Kathleen Treat, Trustee Eileen Walker, Chair of the Board Cliff Wallach, Trustee J. Eric Wise, Trustee

Please note: All list lists above, except for the Development Committee, are applicable to the 2021–2022 year. The Harvey School Donor Impact Report is produced by the Alumni and Development Office. It lists all gifts received between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021. Every effort has been made to ensure that these listings are accurate and complete. If your name appears incorrectly, please accept our apologies, and notify Susie Danziger at (914) 232-3161, ext. 111 or sdanziger@harveyschool.org. Design by Good Design, LLC www.gooddesignusa.com

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