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2018 ANNUAL REPORT


FROM BETH Dear Friends, The promise of an equitable education is a cornerstone of our vision for a healthy, thriving society. KIPP was founded with the purpose of turning this vision into a reality. As I reflect on the past 16 years, I am so inspired by what our students and alumni have achieved. I am also aware of how much change and progress is still ahead of us in order to realize the enormous potential of all of the youth in our communities. The need for high-quality education has not changed, and neither has our resolve. Having started with 80 fifth grade students in West Oakland, KIPP Bay Area Public Schools is now a network of 15 tuition-free, college-preparatory, public charter schools educating nearly 6,000 elementary, middle, and high school students on their path to choice-filled lives. With the launch of KIPP Bayview Elementary this fall, we are proud to complete the first TK-12 KIPP pathway in one of our Bay Area communities, Bayview-Hunters Point. We also launched KIPP Navigate College Prep, our second high school in San Jose. Nearly 1,600 Bay Area KIPPsters are currently

in college. 356 have already earned four-year degrees, and 21 of those alumni have returned to KIPP Bay Area as teachers, college counselors, board members!—!and all as role models and leaders for the next generation. As we look to the future, we are hopeful. Not because our work is easy, but because KIPP is a team and a family investing in relationships and empowering young people with the knowledge and skills to thrive in college, shape their futures, and positively impact the world. With your help, KIPP Bay Area Public Schools will continue to serve more students, support our growing base of alumni, and demonstrate the transformative power of education. In partnership,

Beth Sutkus Thompson Chief Executive Officer

Cover Image: Teizue Nwabuzoh, KIPP Bridge Academy; Loyola Marymount, Class Of 2018; Teacher Resident, KIPP Bridge Academy

I am proud to be a KIPP Navigate student because of how close-knit this school is. It fosters a sense of community in the school and helps in cultivating a safe and comfortable space for every student to feel seen, heard, and be a part of the community. VIVIEN BUI FO U N D I N G N I N T H - G R A D E C L A S S K I P P N AV I G AT E CO L L EG E P R E P

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OUR MISSION

Zaire Clark, First Grade, KIPP Bridge Academy

We operate high-achieving public schools in educationally underserved communities, developing in our students the knowledge, skills, and character essential to thrive in college, shape their futures, and positively impact the world.

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OUR SCHOOLS KIPP launched in the Bay Area in 2002. We now educate almost 6,000 students across the region and plan to nearly double our impact over the coming years.

OAKLAND 1 2

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14 13 12 4

KIPP BRIDGE ACADEMY (LOWER) Grades TK-4 Founded 2016

KIPP NAVIGATE COLLEGE PREP Grades 9-12* Founded 2018

KIPP BRIDGE ACADEMY (UPPER) Grades 5-8 Founded 2002

KIPP VALIANT COMMUNITY PREP Grades TK-8* Founded 2017

KIPP SUMMIT ACADEMY Grades 5-8 Founded 2003

KIPP EXCELENCIA COMMUNITY PREP Grades TK-8* Founded 2015

KIPP KING COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL Grades 9-12 Founded 2007

KIPP BAYVIEW ELEMENTARY Grades TK-4* Founded 2018

KIPP SAN JOSE COLLEGIATE Grades 9-12 Founded 2008

KIPP BAYVIEW ACADEMY Grades 5-8 Founded 2003

KIPP HERITAGE ACADEMY Grades 5-8 Founded 2014

KIPP SAN FRANCISCO COLLEGE PREPARATORY Grades 9-12 Founded 2013

KIPP HEARTWOOD ACADEMY Grades 5-8 Founded 2004 KIPP PRIZE PREPARATORY ACADEMY Grades 5-8 Founded 2014 * Growing to full enrollment KIPP BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS | 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 6

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KIPP SAN FRANCISCO BAY ACADEMY Grades 5-8 Founded 2003

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OUR COMMUNITY

Student Folklórico Dancers, KIPP Heritage Academy

We are a thriving TK-12th grade public school community, operating 15 schools in six cities and educating nearly 6,000 students. Our students and their families live across the Bay Area and speak over 25 langauges at home. We’re proud that our school communities reflect the rich history and diversity of our region.

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L AT I N X 6 4 %

M U LT I R AC I A L 1 .9 %

ASIAN 16%

PAC I F I C I S L A N D E R 1 . 3 %

B L AC K 1 3 . 5 %

UNDECLARED 0.6%

W H I T E 2 .9 %

AMERICAN INDIAN 0. 2%

RECEIVE SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPPORTS*

* Percent of total enrollment as of October 4, 2017 KIPP BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS | 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 8


KIPP feels like a community, because we are one team and one family. Whenever a fellow student is down, we pick them up. MALAK ALAMERI EIGHTH GRADE K I P P S A N F R A N C I S CO B AY AC A D E MY

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OUR RESULTS

Sixth grade iLab (Innovation Lab), KIPP Valiant Community Prep

2017–18 STATE ASSESSMENT

2017–18 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

S M A RT ER BA L A N CED ASSESSMENT CO N SORTIUM

R ATE S FOR A LL KIPP BAY A R E A A LU M N I

The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) is the statewide evaluation designed to measure proficiency in national academic standards, known as the Common Core. It is one measure that contributes to a holistic view of student and school progress.

Aligning our high school graduation requirements to college expectations is a critical step to ensure our students are academically prepared for success in college and beyond. 94%

% OF STU D EN TS WH O M E T O R E XC E E D E D STATE STANDARDS*

83%

75%

79% 50%

59%

K I P P B AY A R E A C A L I F O R N I A S TAT E

50%

47% 38%

25%

S O C I O E CO N O M I C A L LY D I S A DVA N TAG E D ( S TAT E )

2017–18 AP SUCCESS RATE

39% 26%

0%

The Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum is one key avenue to ensure academic rigor and better prepare our KIPPsters for college. Sixty-seven percent of KIPP Bay Area Public Schools graduating seniors scored a 3 or higher on at least one AP exam compared to 30 percent across the state. 67%

K I PP BAY A R EA

CA L IFO R N IA STATE

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SOCIOECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED (STATE)

30% K I P P B AY A R E A C A L I F O R N I A S TAT E


I have grown as a learner at KIPP Prize. It has opened up new things for me like STEM and helped me express my creativity. My favorite part of my school is how many electives and after school activities we have. LAILA WILLIAMS SEVENTH GRADE K I P P P R I Z E P R E PA R ATO RY AC A D E MY

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OUR CULTURE

Transitional Kindergarten, KIPP Bayview Elementary

We strive to provide learning environments that are inclusive and community-focused, where every person is known and supported, respected for their unique strengths, and empowered as learners and leaders. Decades of research supports what we know from our own experience!—!positive school culture has a direct impact on a student’s academic success and overall well-being. We are committed to fully integrating the evidence-based practices of social emotional learning, restorative practices, and trauma-informed care into all of our schools.

13 OF 15 100% SCHOOLS WITH MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS

SCHOOLS IMPLEMENTING RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

Our schools provide tiered levels of mental health support that take into account a child’s identity, culture, and life experiences. Counselors also work with families for a collaborative approach to our students’ socioemotional development.

One aspect of incorporating restorative practices into our schools involves encouraging students to discuss, process, and solve their concerns or problems with both peers and adults. Restorative practices allow for shared accountability, skill building, cooperation, mutual understanding, and respect.

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90% OF KIPP STUDENTS RETURN EACH YEAR

Positive school culture is critical in reducing suspensions, expulsions, and disciplinary referrals, as well as maintaining strong student retention. Of students who don’t return, nearly half relocate or face transportation issues.


We’re creating classrooms where our students feel safe, seen, and known!—! by their teachers and by their peers. ALEXEI GREIG D I R EC TO R O F S C H O O L C U LT U R E

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OUR GRADS

Daisy Montes Cabrera and Family, UC Davis, Class of 2017; Alumna, KIPP San Jose Collegiate

We know that high school graduation is the first milestone toward realizing a choice-filled life. KIPP is unique in that we support our students to and through college. The KIPP Through College team provides structured support focused on college readiness, persistence, and completion until the day alumni receive their college degrees. Through one-to-one advising, our students receive financial literacy, socioemotional and career-readiness support, as well as college and career programming at KIPP high schools and access to a robust alumni internship program. We know we’re on the right track, because our alumni are graduating college at four times the rate of their peers. The KIPP Through College model is funded solely through philanthropy; our success would not be possible without your support.

84%

OF KIPP ALUMNI MATRICULATE TO COLLEGE

1,554

74%

CURRENT KIPPSTERS IN COLLEGE*

COLLEGE PERSISTENCE RATE

OVERALL COLLEGE COMPLETION RATE KIPP calculates an estimated six-year graduation rate based on the average graduation rates of underrepresented groups at the colleges where our alumni are currently matriculated. This does not include students who have not yet matriculated to college. * Students currently attending 2- or 4-year colleges; excludes college grads KIPP BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS | 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 20

46% 12%

K I P P B AY A R E A S O C I O E CO N O M I C A L LY D I S A DVA N TAG E D ( N AT I O N A L )


My life goal has always been to be a force for positive change in my community. My KIPP teachers and KIPP Through College counselors have nurtured that desire and stood by me through middle and high school, as I navigated college and internships, and even now at the beginning of my career. Joining the KIPP Board of Directors is a full circle moment for me; I’m able to help set direction for and give back to the organization that supported me on my path to college and beyond. DAV I D S A N TO S E M O RY U N I V E R S I T Y,C L A S S O F 2 0 1 8 K I P P K I N G CO L L EG I AT E & K I P P S U M M I T AC A D E MY CO N S U LT I N G A N A LYST, ACC E N T U R E B OA R D M E M B E R , K I P P B AY A R E A P U B L I C S C H O O L S

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OUR TEAM

Donald Edwards, Teacher Resident, KIPP Excelencia Community Prep

We know quality teachers are the single most influential factor in student outcomes. Not only do we believe KIPPsters deserve great teachers and leaders, but research shows students benefit from seeing themselves reflected in their educators. We recognize the need to cultivate a talented pool of teachers from underrepresented groups, which is what motivated the launch of our Teacher Residency program in the 2017–18 school year. This initiative recruits, trains, and supports new teachers by matching them with an established mentor teacher in a one-year program that includes a combination of coursework and applied classroom practice in our schools. Residents earn a teaching credential and master’s degree. Six residents from the initial cohort are now full-time classroom teachers; we have 15 residents in the 2018-19 school year, four of whom are KIPP alumni.

THE MAJORITY OF OUR TEACHERS AND SCHOOL LEADERSHIP IDENTIFY AS PEOPLE OF COLOR

WHITE 35%

T WO O R M O R E R AC E S 5 . 6 %

L AT I N X 2 2 . 5 %

N AT I V E H AWA I I A N O R PAC I F I C I S L A N D E R 1 . 4 %

B L AC K 1 4 % ASIAN 13%

OT H E R 0 .9 %

U N K N OW N / D E C L I N E D TO S P E C I F Y 7. 2 %

AMERICAN INDIAN/ N AT I V E A L A S K A N 0 . 2 %

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By exploring new talent sources we’re attracting great future teachers and seeing promising results in their classrooms. G E N E VA E U R O PA A S S O C I AT E D I R EC TO R O F T E AC H E R R E S I D E N C Y


I love working in the classroom, because it’s the perfect place to see the students shine; they are each talented in their individual ways. I love that KIPP really creates this sense of community among staff and students. It’s a strong support system that makes my job easier and a lot more enjoyable. K AT H L E E N G O N Z A L E Z I N ST R U C T I O N A L A I D E

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OUR IMPACT

Michelle Am, KIPP San Francisco College Prep, Class of 2017; Currently attending UC Irvine

EXPAN D ING O U R I M PAC T YOUR INV E STME NT SUP PO RTS:

201 7-18 EXPE N D ITU RE S

PERSONNEL

$66.3M

S U P P L I E S & M AT E R I A L S O P E R AT I O N A L E X P E N S E S FAC I L I T I E S

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AVERAGE NUMBER OF YEARS FOR STARTUP SCHOOLS TO BE FINANCIALLY SUSTAINABLE ON PUBLIC FUNDING

90%

OF PUBLIC FUNDING IS MANAGED AT THE DISCRETION OF SCHOOL LEADERS, COMPARED TO 5% IN TRADITIONAL DISTRICT SCHOOLS ACROSS THE COUNTRY


OUR GRATITUDE

KIPP Bay Area Public Schools is pleased to honor our campaign supporters who have been instrumental in driving our growth since 2011.

LEAD INVESTORS $10,000,000 & ABOVE

Anonymous William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation The Fisher Family Arthur Rock & Toni Rembe Rock

$5,000,000 & ABOVE

Charter School Growth Fund Michael Moritz & Harriet Heyman Charles & Helen Schwab Tipping Point Community

$2,000,000 & ABOVE

Anonymous Grousbeck Family Foundation Reed Hastings & Patty Quillin Lisa & Matthew Sonsini Family Fund Sandra & John Thompson United States Department of Education Grace & Steven Voorhis Wayne & Gladys Valley Foundation

$1,000,000 & ABOVE

Anonymous Catherine & John Debs Kathleen Donohue & David Sze Tonia & Adam Karr/ Orbis Group of Companies Morgridge Family Foundation Jenny Shimizu Risk & Gerald Risk Sheryl Sandberg

Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation Silicon Schools Fund Sobrato Family Foundation

$500,000 & ABOVE Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Chamberlin Family Foundation Connie and Bob Lurie Foundation Tammy & Bill Crown Shirley Ross Davis & Family Cheryl Frank & Michael Linn Gurley Family Andrea Higuera-Ballard & Andy Ballard Koret Foundation Bonnie & Marty Tenenbaum Walton Family Foundation Webb Family Foundation

SPONSORS $250,000 & ABOVE Nina & Chris Buchbinder The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Citi Foundation John Philip Coghlan & Tina Vindum Jackie & Bret Comolli Becky & Chuck Daggs Ray & Dagmar Dolby Family Fund Jen & Abe Friedman The Gap Foundation Mimi & Peter Haas Fund

The Kimball Foundation Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation Becky Long & Ken Hirsch Louis R. Lurie Foundation Anna & Mason Morfit Next Generation Learning Challenges Katie & Matt Paige Mary & Andy Pilara Michael and Paula Rantz Foundation Diana & Steve Strandberg Stupski Foundation The Walther Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Ted & Lisa Williams

$100,000 & ABOVE

Sapna & Brandon Boze Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Penny & James Coulter Lauren Dutton & Glen Tripp Karen & Steve Ellis Andrea Evans & Chris Lehane Sigrid & Kevin Eyres Fitzpatrick Foundation Walter & Elise Haas Fund Sandra & Tom Holland House Family Foundation Innovate Foundation Dorothy & Robert King Kingsley Family Foundation Jaime & Satya Patel

SAP Charitable Fund W.L.S. Spencer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. G. Craig Sullivan Wendell Family Foundation The Wilson Family Foundation

FRIENDS $50,000 & ABOVE

Julian Abdey & Sabrina Moyle Jay Allen Diana Cohen & Bill Falik Kate & Bill Duhamel Lyndsay & Christopher Lyle Amy & Drew McKnight Anne-Marie & Wylie Peterson Mary Leonard Robinson Narda & Andy Skov Sheri Sobrato Brisson & Eric Brisson Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation Victoria Thorp & Jim Migdal Yelp Foundation

$10,000 & ABOVE

Victoria & Michael Cohen Sian Gowan & John Zappettini Constance Heldman & Hal Mooz Rick & Roberta Intrater Dagny Maidman & Molly Wood

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Thank you to our annual donors who make our work possible every day.

$100,000 & ABOVE Alder Graduate School of Education Doris & Donald Fisher Fund Kelly Greenwood & Jules Maltz Webb Family Foundation William Zimmerman Foundation

Jenny Shimizu Risk & Gerald Risk Irene S. Scully Family Foundation Lisa & Glenn Solomon Irvin Stern Foundation Wells Fargo & Co. Patricia White Wilson

$50,000-$99,999

$10,000-$24,999

Accenture Anonymous The Broad Residency in Urban Education Penny & James Coulter The Gap Foundation Mimi & Peter Haas Fund The Kimball Foundation Becky Long & Ken Hirsch Quest Foundation W.L.S. Spencer Foundation Warriors Community Foundation

$25,000-$49,999 Anonymous (2) Dolores & John Cakebread The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Delta Airlines Dodge & Cox Kate & Bill Duhamel ELMA Music Foundation House Family Foundation Christine & Pierre Lamond Peery Foundation Prudential Financial Inc. Michael and Paula Rantz Foundation

Julian Abdey & Sabrina Moyle Barlow Family Foundation The Belay Foundation Nancy & Hugh Ditzler Lynn Feintech & Anthony Bernhardt Filice Insurance Laura & John Fisher Randi & Bob Fisher The Harman Family Foundation Julie & Steve Kimball KIPP Foundation Kelly McGowan & Tim Brady Kriste & Dan Michelini Linda Nevin & Eric Keisman Eve Niquette & Charles Pohl Jen & Vic Parker Charles and Marie Robertson Foundation The Schauble Family Foundation Stephenson Foundation Mrs. Craig Sullivan The Strandberg Family Foundation Grace Won & Richard Holden

$5,000-$9,999 Anonymous The Emily Benatar Foundation

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Courtney Benoist & Jason Fish Jessie Bourneuf Carrie & Mark Casey Chamberlin Family Foundation Pi-Chuan Chang & Andrew Carroll Mei & Herald Chen Karla & Aaron Cheris Katie & Reed Colley The Davis/Dauray Family Fund Cathy & Sandy Dean Sakurako & William Fisher William G. Gilmore Foundation Thomas Given Global Piece Trust Peggy & Richard Greenfield Anne & Bob Gunderson Susie Hwang & Matt Glickman The Hakman Family Foundation Tammy Kiely Charles B. Kuhn Memorial Fund Dagny Maidman & Molly Wood Lynda & John Marren Wendy & Timothy McAdam Meg & Stu McLaughlin Rachael Meny & Matthew Hinsch Diana Nelson & John Atwater Lisa & John Pritzker Family Fund Elizabeth & Robert Reniers Julia Rowe & Ronald Kahn Mark & Tobi Rubin Ereca & John Shrewsberry Jessica & Eric Spaly Sarah Stein & Michael Cohn

Victoria Thorp & James Migdal Paola Tovar Jennifer Wythes Vettel VISA David and Heidi Welch Foundation Mai Mai & Paul Wythes

$1,000-$4,999 Katie Albright & Jake Schatz Fannie Allen & George Cogan Anonymous (2) Patricia Armstrong & Kenneth Sharigian Laura & Gerry Beaudin Kristen & Ted Breck Jan & Jim Buckley Lori & Kurt Buecheler Eva & Jeff Camp Lycia McRae Carmody Carol & Lyman Casey Michael Chen Eliza Clark & Steve Mancini Diana Cohen & Bill Falik Nancy & Edward Conner The Charles Piper Cost Foundation Ruth Cowan Abigail & Ross Davisson Mrs. Andre de Baubigny Christine Deakin Robert Debs Josh Dillon Kathleen & Bob Dinetz Nancy & Joe DiSabato Lissa Dutton & Danny Shader Selina & Bill Dwight


Thank you to our annual donors who make our work possible every day. Lindsay & Terry Eakin Dana & Tony Fenwick Astrid & Jim Flood Marcia Forman Frances & Ted Geballe Jill & Michael Gold Marcia & John Goldman Diane & David Gould Yu Han Dr. Melanie Hanan & Reed Lowenstein Michael Hansen Dr. Eric Hassal Constance Heldman & Hal Mooz Leslie & George Hume Mary & Doug Ireland Jordan Park Misson 1st Fund Amy & Glen Kacher Kadima Foundation Kendra Klang & RD Kern Bev Kiltz Christopher Koh Laura & Ted Ladd Erin & Jeffrey Lager Joan Lane Katherine & James Lau Jing Li Mary Long James J. Ludwig Patty & Bryant Macy Silbey Mui & Charles Siu Rachna Nivas & Prakash Janakiraman Jeff Oldenburg

Jessie Rhodes & Jacob Ziemann Sanford Robertson Mary Leonard Robinson Jodie & Jack Russi Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Rust, Jr. Carmie & Michael Saldana Lisbeth Schorr The Seiger Family Silicon Valley Community Foundation Melora & Daniel Simon Jane Spray Madeline & Isaac Stein Tania W. Stepanian Shannon Stockdale & Josh Meltzer Margie Sullivan Lucille & Thomas Sutkus Mr. & Mrs. William S. Thompson III Beth & Blake Thompson Carol & Norman Traeger Louisa & Ryan Tu Julie & Michael Wright

$250-$999 Randalyn & Aaron Agenbroad Hope & Noah Alper Amazon Smile Anonymous (4) Christian Blank Anthony P. Brenner Lesley Bunim & Michael Jensen Sara & Thomas Byrne Jessica Chauppetta

Vivian Cheung & Jeffrey Wong Su-Mien Chong & Kyle Elrod April Chou & Peter Belden Melda & Ernest Christmas Kaye N. Courington Rheta Daggs Ashley & Kelly Daggs Arthur De Cordova III Carol Dutton-Hollenberg Betsy & Roy Eisenhardt Tiger Ellefsen Ann & Ken Emanuels Laura & Paul Escobosa Leslee & Wayne Feinstein Kate & Ted Freeland Michele & Richard Goss Sadja Greenwood Lauren Hall & David Hearth Vanessa & Peter Hartigan Jacqueline Holen & Bill Jackson Norma Huizar Elsbeth & Jamie Iannone The James Irvine Foundation Jason Family Foundation Tia & Harold Jenson Charles Jones Joshua Karlin-Resnick The Ketchum Family Bilal Khan Courtney Kingston & Andy Pflaum Heidi & Ken LaRocque Catherine Lego Joan Lonergan & John Merrow

Doreen & Larry Low The Lynn Family Adam Meister Guadalupe Nickell Janet Ogata & Nolan Highbaugh Christina & Keith Padien Helen Hilton Raiser Janie & Weston Richardson Marci & Jim Riley Judy & Nicholas Rummo Salesforce.org Paul Sallomi Alicia Seiger & Mark Hayes Lori & Glenn Shannon Joan Sopher Judith Stephenson The Synopsys Silicon Valley Science & Technology Outreach Foundation Amy & Evan Tato Kim Thompson Mary Thomson United Way of the Bay Area Annie Van den Toorn The Walter and Judith Sleeth Foundation Morgan & Derek Weiss Melissa Williams Annie Williams Dorothy D. Wilson & Robert B. Thompson Holly Wood Kay Woods

UP TO $250

Mary Stuart & Angus Gephart Trevor Sutley Brandon Swanson Joseph Tang William Tang Dennis Ting Julianne & Chris Viadro Kevin Wang Janet Wilson Kenrick Wong Margaret Wu Frank Wu Jamie Yang

IN-KIND DONATIONS

2018 ALUMNI MENTORS

Accenture Curran Live LLC Okta Trophyology Warriors Community Foundation

Garfield Byrd Daniel Cesca Miguel Corral Jr. Corey Donahue Eleanor Dorfman Harsha Dronamraju Paula Fernandez-Baca Chris Grapes Garcia Dannie Herzberg Rick Iversen Adam Joseph Miho Kubagawa Carolina Lescano Toby McChesney Kristen McNutt Camilo Ossa Devon Rule Minnie Setty Shruti Sharma Yumi Taylor Paul Toribio Brandon Wilks

Raina Ahuja Aneri Amin Tim Anderson Anonymous (16) Shubhi Badjatiya Fangni Bai Narayan Balasubramanian Alice Beckett Lauren Berman Mark Bernstein Leona M. Bridges Christopher Brough Lewis H. Butler Pen & Clint Callan Mary & Steve Callender David Chang Stella Chen Aaron Chen Erdi Chen Brian Chin Kystina Chin June Choi Ronnie Chouteau Frank Coffey Jr. Miguel Corral, Jr. Enrico Croce Kaila Crowley Millivoje Cvjetinovic Shreyak Das Judith Dawson Cynthia Day Shardul Deo Wei Ding

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Thank you to our annual donors who make our work possible every day. Scott Dougall Gaurav Dugar Educause Julita & Rob Eleveld Pat Erley Joan & Larry Evans Shelley & Jeff Finci Eric First Amitabha Ghosh Diego Gimenez Shivam Goel Neena Gopalakrishnan Elisha Gould Rakesh Goyal Sarthak Grover Stuart Guinn Shloke Hajela Florence & Leo Helzel Sue Hennessy Susan & Bill Hoehler Annie Hsu Kate Huang Kevin Hufnagle Patricia Jenkins & Robert Cerf Amit Joshi Sai Kesavamatham Satyam Kotikalapudi Anna Krawczyk Akash Kulkarni Emilie Kushner Nancy Leavens Albert Lee Luisa & Arthur Li

Mengling Li Matthew Lin Sandra Linke Tiehua Liu David Lui Kristin MacLaggan Colleen Mallahan Thomas McChesney Sarah Miller Joy Ming Ali Moazed The Muchnick Family Katie Mulligan Pam Naeve Omar Negrete Dai Nguyen Sara Normington Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Oba Lea Oliver-Gelwicks Vinay Palakkode Joan & Bernard Pech Zoe Perret Teja Polapragada Rajesh Ramchurn Michael Rihani Katrina & Hal Russek Josh Rutberg Jose Sanchez-Garcia Tomek Sawan Dhwani Shah Ryan Shea Ronen Shohat Abby Smith

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MATCHING BlackRock Costco Wholesale Corporation Credit Suisse Farallon Capital Management Gap Google PG&E The Capital Group Companies VISA

SHERRYE HUBBARD SCHOLARSHIP DONORS Anonymous (2) David Edwards Jen and Abe Friedman Family Foundation Sir & Nacy Humphrey S. Marshall LaTonya Mingo Aja Moore-Ramos Eddie Roberts Cora Whitaker

IN MEMORIAM Lakas Shimizu Sanford Solomon Ann Soren Craig Sullivan


OUR PARTNERS The following institutions and organizations have hosted KIPP alumni summer interns, welcomed KIPP students to their workplace, provided career support to students, and hosted educational field trips. ABD Accenture ADP Airbnb Apple Inc. Ariat International Inc. Arthritis Foundation Asurion Bain California Pacific Medical Center Camp BizSmart Captricity Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd Clever Coaching Corps District Attorney’s Office of Santa Clara County Doris & Donald Fisher Fund Education Elements EducationSuperHighway F5 Networks Gameheads Gap Inc. Gensler GO Public Schools Golden State Warriors GSVlabs Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley

IDEO Impact Hub Oakland Innovate Public Schools Jones Day Kickwheel KIPP Foundation KIPP Heritage Academy KIPP Valiant Community Prep Kuli Kuli La Mienne LinkedIn Lyft MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana Oakland Athletics Oakland Promise Okta Old Navy PlanGrid POPSUGAR Reach Capital Root & Rebound Rubicon Programs San Francisco Chamber of Commerce San Francisco Zoo San Jose Earthquakes Sephora Smart Sparrow SOMOS Mayfair

Accenture is a longtime partner of KIPP. We have over a hundred volunteers in Northern California who have worked with KIPP students and alumni through resume review workshops, mock interviews, internships, and Career Days. Our collaboration with KIPP has proven extremely rewarding for both sides!—!we see the significant impact we’ve had on the careers of young people we’ve supported and also reap the benefits of getting connected to talented, hardworking KIPPsters ready to make their mark on the world. It’s also had a direct impact on our recruiting effort. Partnering with KIPP has been an incredible opportunity for me and the broader Accenture team. E DY L I O N G O S A R I C H I E F R E S E A R C H S C I E N T I ST, ACC E N T U R E L A B S Stifel Sullivan Management Company SunPower Teach For America Bay Area The Curran Theater The Health Trust Tipping Point Community

Veggielution Community Farm WestEd Wiser Solutions YMCA of Silicon Valley

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Leo Barrera, Kindergarten, KIPP Bayview Elementary


Andrea C. Evans, Board Chair Grace Voorhis, Vice Chair Michael Cohen Chuck Daggs Kevin Eyres Doris Fisher Laura Fisher Cheryl Frank

Abe Friedman Andrea Higuera-Ballard Tom Holland Tonia Karr Emani’ Lewis Jenny Shimizu Risk

Shirley Ross Davis Catherine & John Debs Kathleen Donohue & David Sze Laura & John Fisher Sukey & Irv Grousbeck Reed Hastings

Tonia & Adam Karr Connie & Bob Lurie Michael Moritz & Harriet Heyman Carrie Penner Jenny Shimizu Risk & Gerald Risk Arthur Rock & Toni Rembe Rock

Emily Rummo David Santos Lisa Sobrato Sonsini Sandra Thompson Ted Williams

Sheryl Sandberg Lisa Sobrato Sonsini & Matthew Sonsini Sandra & John Thompson Grace & Steven Voorhis

Rick Intrater, Founding Board Chair Jay Allen John Philip Coghlan Michael Crowley David Cumming Lauren Dutton Brewster Ely Bill Falik Don Fisher (In Memoriam) Ron Gonzales

Sukey Grousbeck Bill Gurley Jacquelyn Hadley Connie Heldman Ken Hirsch Carl Kawaja Mimi Kingsley Rob Lake Joi Lewis

Joan Lonergan Amy Morgenstern Katie Paige Satya Patel David Paulson Paula Rantz Mary Leonard Robinson Jason Rodriguez Chris J. Young

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