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Point Foundation (Point) empowers promising lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential — despite the obstacles often put before them — to make a significant impact on society. Point promotes change through education, mentorship, leadership development and community service training, and provides its scholars with the financial ability to attend the nation’s foremost higher educational institutions. Point Scholars represent the best and brightest in our community, coming from diverse educational fields, gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations, racial and ethnic backgrounds, economic circumstances and geography. Scholars are chosen for their demonstrated leadership, scholastic achievement, community involvement and financial need.

Founders’ Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Executive Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Scholar Support & Selections. . . . . . . . . . . 4 2013 Scholar Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Leadership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Community Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Mentoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Internships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Alumni. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Corporations & Foundations . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Sponsorships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Legacy Circle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Cornerstone Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Donors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Valedictorian Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Workplace Giving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Boards & Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Financials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Dear Friends,

One aspect of the vision in founding Point Foundation was to break the cycle of generation after generation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) young people having to make their way alone in the world. Not only have many of us had to build lives for ourselves without the encouragement and support of our families, but also, until recently, there was very little organized interaction uniting the generations within the LGBTQ community.


Dear Point Supporters,

Any opportunity to talk about Point Foundation Scholars and Alumni is an occasion to make good use of superlatives and highlight the diversity that gives the LGBTQ community its strength. Point’s Scholars and Alumni reflect the dynamism of our changing world and the hopes we have for a more equitable society.

An important way Point addresses these issues is that every Point Scholar is carefully matched with a mentor who is an established and caring professional in the LGBTQ community. By lending their professional expertise and career guidance, Point Mentors become important role models to scholars while also enriching their own lives through developing meaningful, inter-generational experiences. Point has always sought to build long-term relationships with our scholars and be a community – a family – they can count on. What is so exceptional about Point Scholars is that not only do they make the most of their hard-earned degrees by distinguishing themselves in their professional lives, but as alumni, they also make notable efforts to stay involved with Point and the LGBTQ community. Since Point’s founding in 2001, we have benefited from 16 Point Alumni serving at different times on our boards. Our scholars have also benefited from a dozen alumni serving as their mentors. Alumni also help our staff and board members read the more than two thousand applications for scholarships that Point annually receives. We are of course proud of our scholars as they earn their degrees and become doctors, educators, filmmakers, public servants, lawyers, and scientists. Yet it is seeing Point Alumni volunteering their time to support the younger generation – letting them know they are not alone and have a community of people to count on – that is perhaps the most rewarding experience for us. They are uniting the generations and strengthening the LGBTQ community in new and creative ways. To everyone who has helped Point support these young people to not only obtain their higher education degrees, but to also become the fine, caring and responsible individuals they all are, we offer our heartfelt gratitude. Sincerely, Bruce Lindstrom & Carl Strickland Founders

The 78 current Point Scholars are from 33 states, plus the District of Columbia, Guam and nine foreign countries. They are matriculating at colleges and universities in 22 states. As to gender identity and sexual orientation, Point Scholars truly embrace a fluidity of identities: 34% self-identify their sexual orientation with a term other than “Gay” or “Lesbian” and 20% self-identify their gender expression as “gender affirmed” or “gender non-conforming.” With the help of Point, scholars attended conferences focusing on LGBTQ issues and education around the U.S. in California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah and Washington, D.C. The personal and professional achievements of Point Alumni this year included publishing books, passing the bar, establishing nonprofits, running for public office, joining Point’s boards and being able to legally marry the person they love. Positive superlatives are not just reserved for our scholars and alumni. Point’s supporters have proved themselves year after year to be thoughtful, visionary and incredibly generous. They include individuals, corporations and foundations from around the country. Not only have they shown their commitment to Point’s mission through their donations, but also by opening their homes and offices to host events, serving as mentors, providing professional services and helping introduce Point Foundation to new friends. Point’s annual report is an opportunity for us to say “Thank You” to our supporters with sincere gratitude from the entire Point family. In supporting Point Foundation, you provide our scholars with strength beyond measure to better their own lives and our whole world. Sincerely, Kyle Spainhour Board of Directors, Co-Chair

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Richard Ziegelasch Board of Directors, Co-Chair

Jorge Valencia Executive Director & CEO Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report • 3

SCHOLAR SUPPORT & SELECTIONS Attaining a higher education degree became possible for 26 undergraduate and graduate students who received Point Foundation Scholarships in 2013. All demonstrate academic excellence, leadership skills, community involvement, financial need, and the ability to overcome obstacles.

Through a new online application process, Point received more than 2,100 applications, making this the second highest number of applicants ever to apply to the foundation. The new scholarship recipients join 52 continuing Point Scholars, for a total of 78 students receiving financial assistance and programmatic support from Point during the 2013–2014 academic year. Point’s multifaceted support for scholars extends far beyond our direct financial contribution toward the cost of their education. Each scholar is paired with a mentor, and participates in leadership development and training in civic engagement. Point Scholars give back to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community through the completion of an individual community service project each year.

Point Foundation has not only made my education possible financially, it has given me the opportunity to meet the many other Point Scholars doing critical and visionary work in their respective fields. The sense of community within Point helps sustain and inspire my own energies and creativity. – Sarah Biscarra-Dilley

Scholars can also engage with the Point community by being invited to join the Scholar Subcommittee, which works throughout the year on ways to enhance leadership development. This past year, the Scholar Subcommittee organized several components of the Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference, created a scholarship outreach manual, and discussed how to improve financial literacy among their peers.


Sarah Biscarra-Dilley was born in the Central Valley of California and raised by a family that was non-traditional by many standards. The mixed-heritage, lesbian daughter of a strong-willed Mexican and Native American mother and an out, HIV-positive father, she has had the distinct benefit of being raised by inter-generational networks of blood and chosen/LGBTQ family, an experience to which she attributes many of her skills. She is currently an Urban Studies major at San Francisco Art Institute. 4 • Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

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Sy Abdul

Bryan Blaise

Brett Bruhanski

Ashley Burnside

Patrick Córdova

Gregory Davis

Somjen Frazer

Camden Goetz

Michael Haymer

Rachel Jackson

Laura Karnoski

Ryan Kendall

Aleksander Klimek

Michael McCutcheon

Dee Moore

Mira Patel

Emily Ptak-Pressman

Alejandra Salinas

Savannah Shange

Valentin Sierra

Rachael Stein

Nicole Sterling

Loan Tran

Nicholas Waltrip

Megan Weinand

Katie Young

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With over 170 participants, the 2013 Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference (SALC) held in Washington, D.C. was the largest in Point’s history. The entire incoming class of Point Scholars attended the July conference, along with a record number of alumni, representing graduates from 2002 through 2013. Conference programming included sessions on LGBTQ activism, career development, work-life balance, the arts, and a Community Service Project fair. While in D.C. Point Scholars and Alumni enjoyed a curator-led tour of the National Museum of American History with a special focus on LGBTQ history, and a screening of the film, “Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin,” including a Q&A panel with the film’s Producer/Director Bennett Singer, as well as Rustin’s partner, Walter Naegle. All the scholars and alumni attended the Conference’s Leadership Dinner, at which Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) received the Point Leadership Award. Our thanks to the 2013 Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference sponsors: ENTREPRENEURIAL SPONSORS Time Warner Foundation Wells Fargo

Attending Point’s Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference gives me a renewed sense of possibility. Each year the conference brings together so many passionate, ambitious, and innovative people and facilitates intellectual exchange. Being in such company fills me with energy and serves as a continual reminder of my own potential and purpose. – Noah Lupica

CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS Audi Citi Community Development Xbox360 FRIEND OF POINT PwC MEDIA SPONSOR The Washington Blade


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Photos (top to bottom): Point family at the Lincoln Memorial • Point Alumnus Kyle Insleman, Honorary Board Member Herb Hamsher, Keynote speaker Amanda Simpson and Point Scholar Navidra Hardin • Point Scholars Kayla Wingert, Alyssa Mandula and Rachael Stein • Point Leadership Award recipient Representative Kyrsten Sinema

Noah Lupica, an aspiring scientist and doctor, is a Wells Fargo Point Scholar. While still in high school, he was awarded a research fellowship at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, as well as a research fellowship at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. Noah is currently in the eight-year Program in Liberal Medical Education at Brown University. He expects to graduate in 2016 and then go on to earn his medical degree from Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School in 2020. As a physician, Noah plans to serve the needs of LGBTQ patients. Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report • 9


Point Foundation is committed to helping our scholars develop the skills they need to become leaders in their respective professions, communities, and society. Every year of their funding term, Point Scholars are required to complete a Community Service Project (CSP) that will positively affect the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community. CSPs provide invaluable learning experiences to our scholars in communitybased, partnership-oriented civic engagement and intergenerational mentoring. Recent CSPs have focused on helping LGBTQ asylum seekers become acclimated to life in the U.S., organizing a conference on sexual health, creating a theater piece about LGBTQ history, and doing outreach to homeless LGBTQ youth. Posters highlighting many notable CSPs were a featured display at the 2013 Scholars & Alumni Leadership Conference. Find news and updates about scholar CSPs on Point’s ViewPoint scholar and alumni blog at


LGBTQ persons face many different disparities when it comes to health. For my Community Service Project, I created a drop-in clinic for the LGBTQ community to provide free, basic medical services in a safe and sensitive space. The clinic serves to empower LGBTQ individuals to take control of their health and as a training tool for medical students to work directly with LGBTQ patients. Learning of the unique needs of our community is knowledge the students will carry with them into their careers as physicians. – Nicholas Orozco


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Nicholas Orozco was born in East Los Angeles, California and grew up in a very religious and conservative Latino family. As an adolescent, Nick witnessed inequalities stemming from marginalization because of language barriers, culture and education in his community and family. These experiences left him with a desire to pursue medicine as a way to provide access to health care, to prevent illness and to make an impact on his community. Nick is a medical student earning his MHS–MD degrees in the UC Berkeley–UCSF Joint Medical Program and Program in Medical Education for the Urban Underserved. Nick is the current Minton-Spidell Point Scholar.

Each Point Scholar is provided with a mentor who is a prominent and caring professional in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender queer and straight-allied community. Point Mentors assist their scholars with their community service projects and advise them on career decisions, including the pursuit of graduate studies and job opportunities after graduation. Through lending their professional expertise and career guidance, Point Mentors become important role models to scholars, while meaningfully broadening their own experience. Point conducts mentor-training forums, provides each mentor-scholar pair with a mentoring handbook and distributes thehe online Mentoring Messenger newsletter twice a year. Mentors are also encouraged to join scholars, alumni, board members and staff at Point’s Regional Leadership Forums and other events. Scholars are not alone in benefiting from Point’s Mentoring Program. Mentors have the opportunity to enrich their own lives and contribute to the building of an intergenerational support network. For more information on Point’s Mentoring Program, visit or call 866.33.POINT.

The ability to realize my professional aspirations and lead critical change in the future comes from the inspiration and invaluable guidance of my mentor. Point paired me with Anthony Carter, Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Diversity Officer, who consistently opens my eyes to today’s systems of privileges and of opportunities to motivate all individuals toward realizing full equality and inclusion.

– Bryan Blaise


Bryan Blaise grew up in a conservative, religious and largely homogenous area of central Florida. Since coming out, he has committed himself to helping his family, the heterosexual community and his LGBTQ friends accept and appreciate his reconciled faith and innate sexuality, as well the power of diversity. Bryan is studying strategy and management at Columbia Business School, where he is active in the school’s leadership and LGBTQ clubs. Upon completing his MBA, Bryan plans to help organizations structure greater inclusivity and equity into their operations while advancing the opportunities of all marginalized groups.

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Point’s Fifth Alumni Conference returned to Washington, D.C. as part of the organization’s Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference from July 25-27, 2013. At the beginning of the conference, Point Alumni joined scholars, board members and staff for a guided tour of monuments on the National Mall, as well as a special curator-led tour of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer artifacts at the National Museum of American History. At the conference, Point Alumni divided into affinity groups to focus on topics including wellness, fiscal health, building LGBTQ families, and goals and objectives for the upcoming year. Point’s current 165 alumni are committed to using their talents and education to contribute to society and to the LGBTQ community.

Thanks to the generous support of The Palette Fund, for the fourth year in a row, Point was able to provide three scholars with innovative, paid internships at the nonprofit organizations of their choice.

Recent graduates are working at corporations and law firms, teaching at universities, and have directed and performed in award-winning film and stage works. We are fortunate and grateful that our alumni also are giving back to Point, through volunteering as board members, trustees, mentors, subcommittee members and donors.

This year’s internships were awarded to Point Honors New York Point Scholar Maggie Keenan-Bolger at Green Chimneys NYC Division, an organization dedicated to creating safe space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth who are in foster care or homeless; Brennan Peters at the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana, an organization that works to transform the state’s juvenile justice system to ensure that children are given the greatest opportunity to grow and thrive; and Kip Williams at Queer LifeSpace in San Francisco, a nonprofit counseling agency that seeks to bring sustainable mental health and substance abuse services to the LGBTQ community. These nonprofit organizations benefited by having a gifted student work with them during the summer, while each scholar received invaluable hands-on work experience in the LGBTQ community.

Point is not an experience that ends when you graduate. The most compelling aspect of Point is the constellation of advisors, mentors, friends, scholars, and alums that you continue to interact with even when your scholar years are complete. These people inspire you to advance LGBT rights, enrich communities, and encourage others to reach their full personal and professional potential. I will always be there for Point, because I know Point will always be there for me.

– Chris Hanson, Alumnus

Cara Cerise, Alumna

For more information about providing internship opportunities to Point Scholars, please contact Point Foundation at or call 866.33.POINT.


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Chris Hanson, a past Wells Fargo Point Scholar, left his conservative central Florida hometown to attend Yale University and came out to his parents after his freshman year. He then went on to attend Harvard Divinity School, where he studied Christian LGBT ministry. While at Harvard, Chris worked at different times for three United State Senators: Edward Kennedy, Paul Kirk Jr. and Scott Brown. Chris then attended Northwestern School of Law and completed the standard three-year law degree in two years. Today he lives in Wisconsin and is an associate in the Environmental Regulation division of the law firm Foley & Lardner. Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report • 13


More than 450 guests attended the annual Point Honors gala on April 15, 2013. The event, held at Pier Sixty on the Hudson River, raised over $660,000 to help support Point Foundation Scholarships and programs. The Estée Lauder Companies received the Point Inspiration Award for championing respect and inclusion of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. Point Foundation Honorary Board Member Judith Light presented the award to Peter Lichtenthal, President of the company’s Bumble and bumble and Smashbox brands. He made a surprise announcement that The Estée Lauder Companies would fund a $100,000 Named Scholarship. Photographer, author and television personality Nigel Barker was presented with the Point Courage Award by political strategist and civil rights activist David Mixner. The award is given to an individual who embodies the vision that investing in today’s youth will produce a brighter tomorrow. Mixner was a past recipient of the Point Legend Award. The evening was hosted by actor, TV correspondent and chef David Burtka, and attended by Alani (La La) Anthony, Margot Bingham, Cara Buono, Noella Coursaris Musunka, Tamsen Fadal, Neil Patrick Harris, Nick Mathews, and Ally Sheedy. Guests enjoyed musical performances by Andy Kelso and Timothy Ware of Broadway’s “Kinky Boots.” Making the evening possible were:

Students making great strides to become the leaders of tomorrow were celebrated by stars of today and celebrity legends at the “Voices On Point” concert and dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on September 7, 2013. The audience of nearly 400 people enjoyed performances by G.R.L, Melissa Manchester, Richard Marx, Alex Newell of “Glee,” and Deniece Williams. Numerous celebrities joined our scholars and alumni on stage, including Carmen Electra, Florence Henderson, Victoria Justice, Judith Light, Bai Ling, Greg Louganis, and Wendie Malick. A highlight of the evening was the presentation of the Point Courage Award to Dean Pitchford, who wrote the screenplayand songs to the film “Footloose” and won an Academy Award and Golden Globe for the song “Fame.” The award recognized Pitchford as an inspiration to young LGBTQ artists. The event raised more than $400,000 making it Point Foundation’s most successful fundraiser in Los Angeles. PRESENTING SPONSORS Audi Wells Fargo PREMIER SPONSORS Delta Hilton Worldwide


FRIENDS OF POINT 42Below Vodka MillerCoors Light


PREMIER SPONSORS American Airlines The Estée Lauder Companies Hilton Worldwide Johnson & Johnson PwC


FRIENDS OF POINT Grey Goose Macy’s

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS Philippe Brugère-Trélat & Mitchell Draizin Goldman Sachs HBO Showtime Time Warner Inc.

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Photos (top, left to right): Exec. Director & CEO Jorge Valencia with President of Bumble & bumble and Smashbox Peter Lichtenthal, Point Board Co-Chair Richard Ziegelasch and 2010 Point Legend Award Recipient David Mixner • Point Alumnus Pete Subkoviak and actress Ally Sheedy • Peter Lichtenthal accepts the Point Inspiration Award on behalf of the Estée Lauder Companies, presented by actress and Honorary Board Member Judith Light, • Point Courage Award recipient Nigel Barker with wife Cristen Chin Barker • Host of Point Honors New York David Burtka and his partner, actor Neil Patrick Harris. • Point Alumnus Ruben Ortega and TV personality La La Anthony.

MEDIA SPONSORS The Advocate Frontiers Magazine

Photos (top, left to right): ‘Glee’s’ Alex Newell • Point Scholar Jacob Rostovsky, actress Carmen Electra and Point Scholar Mary Susman • Singer Melissa Manchester and 2013 Point Courage Award recipient Dean Pitchford • Actress Victoria Justice • Singer Richard Marx • Singer Deniece Williams

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Philanthropic corporations and foundations find many opportunities to support Point’s work. Funding a Named Scholarship, sponsoring an event or conference, underwriting a program, encouraging their employees to participate in corporate matching gift programs, providing internship and employment opportunities, or participating in our professional Mentoring Program provide many tangible benefits to our corporate and foundation partners. Teaming with Point provides a way for corporations and foundations to invest in diverse communities, youth and education.

The following listing reflects cumulative gifts of $500 or more received from corporations and foundations from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013.

The Took Trust

$200,000 – $499,999

Audi of America, LLC Calamus Foundation The Estée Lauder Companies Janssen Therapeutics, Division of Janssen Biotech, Inc The Palette Fund James Stephen Collins Estate The Gilmour-Jirgens Fund

Heller-Bernard Fund The Curren Ludwig Fund

Jonathan D. Lewis Foundation The Took Trust


The Barbara Epstein Foundation, Inc.

Deloitte LLP

CBS Corporation


Ernst & Young

Interiors by Steven G Macy’s

Mind’s Eye Society

Citigroup Payment Services

Hilton Worldwide

Motorola Mobility Inc.

Darden Restaurants

Joeb Moore + Partners Architects, LLC


The Gilmour-Jirgens Fund Heller-Bernard Fund at the Funding Exchange HBO Motorola Solutions Northern Trust PARC Foundation Showtime Networks Inc. Toyota Financial Services The Walmart Foundation

Metabolic Studio & Annenberg Foundation The Susan A. and Donald P. Babson Charitable Foundation Verizon Foundation Viacom International, Inc. Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

$5,000 - $9,999 American Eagle Outfitters Foundation Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS

State Street Bank

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

InterSystems Corporation

The Kaplan Stahler Agency

Irwin Entertainment

Levi Strauss Foundation

Jackson Memorial Hospital

Rooftop Yoga LA

John Eric & Louis Kwasniewski

Sacramento Registration Services

Lapolt Law P.C.

SRA International, Inc.

LGBT Community Endowment Fund

State Street Matching Gift Program

Los Angeles Tennis Association


PNC Financial Services Group Inc.

Willis Wilson LLC

Putnam Investments

Probity International Corp The Rhoades Foundation

RCN Telecom Services, LLC The Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation TTR Sotheby’s

$1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous

Sea World Parks & Entertainment Sony Pictures Entertainment Studio Lambert Tusher Family Fund United Way of New York City

495 Productions

Wainwright Bank & Trust Company

The A.C.T. Group, Ltd.

William Morris Agency

Beacon Default Management, Inc

RR Donnelley Foundation

Hotel Nash, LLC

Wiley Rein LLP

Bank of America Matching Gifts

Roaring Fork Gay & Lesbian Community Fund

HireMinds LLC

Noble Foundation


Reaching Out MBA, Inc.

Henry and Elaine Kaufman Foundation, Inc.

The Hawthorn Group, L.C.

Microsoft Corporation

AT&T Foundation

The Nielsen Company

Henry M. Grix & Howard W. Israel Fund

National Philanthropic Trust

David P. Black Fund of Horizons Foundation

The Grace Jones Richardson Trust

Ferrsch Petitti LLC

Vaco Los Angeles LLC

Computer Sciences Corporation

Gerald F. Vodde Trust

The Harman Cain Family Foundation

Mickelson Family Foundation

Ameriprise Financial, Inc.

Fidelity Investments

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John Eric Real Estate

The Helene Foundation

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Point Scholars at Voices On Point 2013


Goldman, Sachs & Co.

NBCUniversal Media, LLC

Jonathan D. Lewis Foundation, Inc.

Cheryl A. & John M. O’Meara Charitable Foundation, Inc.

America’s Charities

$25,000 - $49,999

$50,000 - $99,999 Johnson & Johnson

AIG Matching Grants Program

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company

Time Warner Foundation

Jeffrey New York

Amgen Foundation

Coach, Inc.

Merrill Lynch

The Curren Ludwig Fund

Abbott Fund

The Coca-Cola Company

James Stephen Collins Estate

$100,000 - $199,999

$2,500 - $4,999

Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.


Wells Fargo

$10,000 - $24,999

Buchly Charity Fund of Federal Lodge No. 1 FAAM California Community Foundation Chelsea Foot and Ankle, PC Cirque du Soleil David Schwartz Foundation, Inc Deloitte Services LP FYI Online Learning

$500 - $999 American Multi-Cinema Inc. Atlas Capital Advisors Inc Auction and Raffle Income BlackRock Matching Gift Program Cassis Travel Services, Inc. City of Rancho Cordova Covidien CulturalDC The Den of Thieves

GE Foundation Goodwin Procter LLP Google Gift Matching Program

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NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS The Named Scholarships program allows individuals, organizations, foundations and corporations to provide substantial support to Point Foundation by honoring an individual or organization while making a significant impact in the life of a deserving student. A Named Scholarship requires a minimum commitment of $100,000. This gift can be donated either in one payment or through a commitment to make four annual consecutive $25,000 donations. Named Scholarships are a living and public testament to one’s commitment to diversity and leadership through education.

NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS IN PERPETUITY Endowing a Named Scholarship in Perpetuity creates a lasting legacy that will fund the education of Point Scholars in perpetuity. Point Foundation will invest a contribution of $500,000 or more in our endowment fund and use the investment income to finance the education of Point Scholars now and far into the future. A Named Scholarship in Perpetuity makes it possible to honor an individual or organization and to create an ongoing legacy of learning and leadership.

As a film student and filmmaker, my intention is to bring to light the complex stories of LGBTQ and other historically marginalized people. Your support of Point Foundation a phenomenal network of people who are putting their talent and ambition in service of our community reinforces my determination to do just that.

NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS Allan Gilmour & Eric Jirgens Bob Fennell Calamus Foundation Darden Restaurants Erickson-Zoellers Estée Lauder George Benes, MD & Michael Mallee, EdD HBO Janssen Therapeutics * Joan R. Heller Johnson & Johnson Jonathan D. Lewis Kevin Hummer Larry King/Jeffrey Fashion Cares

Minton-Spidell Motorola Solutions NBCUniversal Paul W. Speier Phyllis Mandler & Gary Elden * Point Honors New York Rand Skolnick Rosen Goertz Toyota Financial Services Tyler Clementi Voices On Point Vorobek Walter M. Decker Wells Fargo **

Italicized listings are Named Scholarships in Perpetuity * Supporting two Named Scholarships ** Supporting ten Named Scholarships

– Nicole Opper


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Nicole Opper grew up in San Diego and graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her first feature-length film, “Off and Running,” about a teenage African American adoptee being raised by white Jewish lesbians, was chosen as an Audience Favorite at the Tribeca Film Festival, aired nationally on PBS and was nominated for an Emmy Award. Nicole then received a Fulbright Fellowship to Puebla, Mexico, where she shot her second feature documentary, “Todos Son Mis Hermanos,” about formerly homeless youth. Nicole is the NBCUniversal Point Scholar and is studying Film at San Francisco State University.

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Sponsoring Point’s local Cornerstone Society events, New York Point Honors, Los Angeles Voices On Point, the Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference, or Regional Leadership Forums provides a great opportunity for corporations, foundations and individuals to show their support to the hundreds in attendance and thousands who learned of their participation via advertisements online and in print. For information on sponsoring an event, please contact Point Foundation at or call 866.33.POINT.

Receiving the Point Foundation Scholarship gave me not only the financial resources I needed to advance my career, but also access to awe­–inspiring people I am proud to call family. With Point Foundation, I have a new source of strength and confidence to pursue my dreams. – Adaobi Kanu


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Adaobi Kanu grew up in the Bronx, NY and spent much of her youth in Nigeria. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Bryn Mawr College, with a double major in Physics and Dance. A Wells Fargo Point Scholar, Adaobi is an MBA candidate at Columbia Business School, focusing on social enterprise, marketing, and operations. Adaobi founded and runs a nonprofit called Art in Motion, which has empowered hundreds of LGBTQ teens to confidently pursue their dreams. Adaobi is planning on using the skills she is acquiring in pursuit of her MBA for creating systemic and sustainable change for LGBTQ youth and other disenfranchised communities.


42Below Abbott Ackerman Brown The A.C.T. Group American Airlines Atlas Capital Advisors Audi Beacon Default Management Inc. Bumble & bumble CBS Corporation Christopher Street Financial Citi Community Development Coach Comcast/NBCUniversal CSC Deloitte Eastern Bank EMC2 Ernst & Young Estée Lauder Exelon Fidelity FYI Online Gar Woods Grill and Pier General Motors Goodwin Procter Goldman Sachs HBO Hilton Worldwide Hireminds InterSystems Jackson Health Systems Jeffrey S. Thomas, a Prof. Corp. John Eric Real Estate Johnson & Johnson Lydecker Diaz Macias Media Group Mass Mutual Financial Group Merrill Lynch The Meyer Group/Merrill Lynch Mullen Northern Trust Oracle Putnam PNC PwC RCN

Roaring Fork Gay & Lesbian Community Fund RR Donnelley Showtime Sony Pictures State Street Time Warner TTR Sotheby’s International Realty Verizon VH1 Walmart Wells Fargo Wig Night Out


David Azulay & André Caraco Daniel Best II Chris Boyle & Cole Moir Mark Braun Philippe Brugère-Trélat & Mitchell Draizin Jim Cummings & Justin Mohatt Danilo de la Torre Manny Diaz Jim Diepenbrok Benjamin Doller Drs. Bill Gannon & David Weidner Jeff Guthrie George Grinzewitsch Jr. Michael Hamby & Charley Tiff Danielle Knight Garry Kief Bruce Lindstrom & Carl Strickland John & Cristi Ludwig Dean Marks Charles MarLett Timothy O’Connell & Larry Little Andy Ortiz John Pence Aimee Schimmel & Julie Parker Dave & Ann Schultze Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Alan Uphold & Jeff Olde


104.3 My FM The Advocate Boston Spirit Clear Channel Gay City News Hot 92.3 Logo TV Washington Blade Windy City Times


American Airlines Barefoot Wine & Bubbly Bar Pilar Black Whiskey Body Smith Café Saint-Ex Coors Light DJ Civil DJ Oskar Elmgart Edelman Estadio The Gibson Hilton Worldwide Inluxuria Lee & Marie’s Cakery Company Marvin Miami Beach Botanical Garden Occasions Caterers Pearl Dive Oyster Palace Porter Airlines Room & Board Sierra Nevada St. Francis Yacht Club Trunk Club

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Individuals making charitable gifts to Point from their estate or through other life-income arrangements, are nourishing Point’s extraordinary achievements and ensuring that Point’s mission continues for future generations of deserving students. Introduced in 2006, the Legacy Circle was established to honor, memorialize and thank those friends of Point Foundation who have arranged a bequest or planned gift to the organization. Point works with Legacy Circle donors and their executors to create a program that meets both the wishes of the donor and the needs of our scholarship recipients. Bequests can be used to fund Point’s leadership and mentoring programs, in addition to Named Scholarships, ensuring recognition of the donor’s generosity for generations to come.

When Point was founded in 2001, there were four contributing donors. Today, Point is fortunate to count 8,300 individuals, corporations, foundations and groups as contributors over the past 12 years. They include members of the Cornerstone Society, a philanthropic group of dedicated individuals who recognize the importance of helping young people reclaim their own self-worth through education. Cornerstone Society members ensure that Point can continue its mission of providing scholarships, mentoring and leadership training well into the future by supporting the important work of Point Foundation with a minimum annual contribution of $500.

If you would like to provide for Point in your estate plans, please contact our development department at or 866.33.POINT. Kathleen & Kathryn Adamick-Diaz

Herb Hamsher & Jonathan Stoller

Michael T. Miller & Jeffrey W. Davis

Douglas K. Anderson

Jack B. Harrison

Javier Miyares

Michael Andrews

Ms. Jennifer Hatch & Ms. Susanne Smith

Allan Nault & Robert Nance

Russell N. Aronson

Brian P. Heard

Estate of Richard C. Parker

Scott R. Bickford

Kent Henderson

John G. Pence

Douglas A. Bowie

Joanne Herman & Terry Fallon

Mark E. Perrin

Curtis L. Brookshire & David R. Daniels

Dr. Dot Hively & Dr. Allison D. Edwards

Thomas J. Bryan

Kenny Hom

Dr. Joseph H. Quintano & James R. Mahoney

Ms. Melissa Bradley-Burns

Joseph R. Hradisky

Paul Christy & Jerry Phillips

Richard Huffine & John Neral

Joel Cohen & Barry Dingman

Kevin Hummer Trust

Dale T. Colclasure

Ricky M. Jackson & Mahmood Anwar

James Stephen Collins Estate

Nick Kelly

Ken Conrad

Joseph King

Arthur G. Cook, Ph.D.

Thomas F. Lahr

Dr. Walter M. Decker

Cody Larimore

Leonard William Derrow

Dan Lass

Patrick J. Dooley

Estate of Thomas E. Leuchtenberg

Thomas Eddy & Glenn R. Huebschmann

David P. Lewis

Dr. Thomas E. England & Brian R. Armstrong

Bruce C. Lindstrom & Carl T. Strickland

MJ Feuster

David A. Lindstrom

John W. Fontenot & Kenneth C. Hobbs

Terry L. Longmore

Gregory Fritz

Estate of Eugene C. Loring

Kenneth W. Gay & Lewis N. Naylor

Tony R. Maida & Anthony F. Volpe

Christopher D. Genry

Michael T. Marino

Gerald F. Vodde Trust

Edward J. May

William Gootee & James Golob

Jamie Adam McCanless

Daniel Gottesman

Dr. Harold I. McClaskey & Robert M. High

Robert Graci

George S. McClellan

Dan W. Guio & Wayne E. Reeves

Domenic Metta

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Ward Rinehart Michael Roggow Lieutenant and Mr. Gary & Dan Ross Thomas A. Sachs Richard N. Sager Dr. Jack L. Sapolsky & Richard H. Bordeaux Ms. Dorothy R. Scheele Dr. Stuart E. Schwartz Richard & Janet Sebring Dr. Anne L. Simonsen & Dr. Karen Klisch Neil Spidell Merle H. Sykora Robert Lee Troxler Jeffrey H. Vaughn Robert Verbrugge David R. Verrinder & Shawn E. Salterberg Richard D. Walker & Brad Chilcoat Shawn Walker Wyatt W. Weber

The Cornerstone Society is a national donor campaign aimed at expanding Point’s membership enrollment and growing our philanthropic support. To accomplish these goals, a series of Cornerstone Society events, planned in conjunction with local host committees, are held throughout the country. This year, Cornerstone cocktail receptions were held in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. They typically featured presentations by host committee members, Point Scholars, Alumni and staff. Additional benefits are available to Cornerstone Society members based on the level of their financial support. A contribution to Cornerstone helps revolutionize the face of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community through the impact of education. For their convenience, donors to the Cornerstone Society can also contribute in quarterly or monthly installments. BENEFACTOR $10,000 and above PATRON $5,000 - $9,999 AMBASSADOR $2,500 - $4,999 ASSOCIATE $1,000 - $2,499 FRIEND $500 - $999

Kenneth Wong Ellis A. Woodward

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The following list of donors reflects individual gifts to Point’s Cornerstone Society, or contributions related to Point events, totaling $500 or more received between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. If you would like to update the way your name is currently listed, please notify our development department at: or 866.33.POINT.


David Henry Jacobs, Jr. Shelley Freeman & Joni Rim Bruce C. Lindstrom & Carl T. Strickland Seth M. Rosen & Dr. Jacob Goertz


Philippe Brugère-Trélat & Mitchell Draizin Chris W. Erickson & Joe Zoellers Wendy E. Jordan Edward W. Snowdon, Jr. Maurice Neil Spidell David Stone Matthew & Christopher Vorobek


Anonymous David Bailey Claudia Caine & Linda Naylor James Cummings & Justin Mohatt Shelley & Robert Fischel Esmond V. Harmsworth & Jim Richardson James J.S. Holmes Blake Hunter Chad Kenney Garry C. Kief Peter Lichtenthal John G. Pence Peter S. Reichertz C. Michael Spero


Anonymous (2) Cristobal & Adriana Abrego Jennifer & Victoria Barbetta Daniel Best Dr. James M. Campbell David C. Crawford & Richard J. Klapak John M. DeCiccio Manuel Diaz Christ & Anastasia Economos Dr. Ronald W. Falcon & Chad Klasna 24 • Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

Michael Foley Jeffrey L. Gates & Michael Moran Peter D. Lease & Edward J. Wood Jessica L. Ledbetter & Ranee T. Barsanti David Lee & Mark Nichols Laurence M. Leive & Manuel M. Pereiras Matthew Marks & Jack Bankowsky Patrick O’Donnell & John Hudson Andrew R. Ortiz Travis L. Patton & Jeffrey Seese Casey P. Ryan Richard N. Sager Andrew Sawyer Brian Selznick & David Serlin Karen A. Simonsen & Linda J. Sherline John P. Wolfarth Richard Ziegelasch


Anonymous (2) John Armstrong Dennis V. Arriola & Janet Winnick Jonathon Aubry David Azulay & Andre Caraco Betty Thomas Baker Jerome A. Balest Teri Boggess Michael J. Boro & John Fontana Mark R. Braun Edgar M. Bronfman & Jan Aronson Malcolm R. Bruni & Richard P. Mortorff David Burtka Terry & Carlton DeBrule Peter J. Epstein, Esq. Brent H. Feigenbaum & Frank E. Morgan Christopher D. Genry Howard & Wendy Goldstein Herb Hamsher & Jonathan Stoller Joanne Herman & Terry Fallon Jane Hiscock & Marijean Lauzier Douglas Hoffman David E. Howard & Mike Murphy Kevin R. Janes

Alvin T. Kho, Ph.D. Danielle Knight Edward Koczorowski Robin H. Lander & Patrice A. Pilkonis J. Michael Lowe David J. Marshall Adriano Martinez & Pamela Healey James Sidney Mathis, Jr. Scott & Janice McElhone James N. McGegan & David V. Bowles Tamara A. Menke Stephen Oremus Clay Petre & Mike Repplier Jeff Pluth Kevin W. Powers Christine M. Robert & Clarissa Filgioun Aimee B. Schimmel & Julie A. Parker JP Schuerman Dave Schultze & Ann Schultze Ron Shalowitz Kyle Spainhour & Eric Siemers Blaze A. Stancampiano Dan Stiffler & Kenneth Sullivan Alan Uphold & Jeff Olde Jorge Valencia Dierck Casselman & Scott J. Van Hove Grae Verlin R. Thomas Watson, Ph.D. Roger F. Wery & Rolf DeVegt Suzanne Whayne William B. Wilder & Charles F. Kelley Jack Williams Dr. Michael C. Wolf David J. Zippel & Michael Johnston


Anonymous (7) Luke Abbott Glen H. Ackerman, Esq. Ann Adams & Dr. Lise Alschuler David Andersen Douglas K. Anderson Nancy & Blake Averill Jay Ayers & Matthew Walker Steven J. Backhaus Stephen R. Bailey Therese V. Bakker & Phyllis A. Carlson Shirley Ballas Karl J. Baltes Randy Barbato & Fenton Bailey John H. Basile Sheryl A. Battit Eric C. Beesemyer & Randell A. Barone Jill Beitzel Jeffrey & Jennifer Belle Judi Bennis Mitchell Berlin & Milan Lint Gary Booher Christopher B. Boshears Paul A. Boskind David Bottini & Raymond Everngam

Chris Boyle & Cole Moir Louis A. Bradbury Brian Branton Stephen E. Brockman Michael E. Byrd Carla A. Caesar Sean Callaway Gary A. Carnow & Barry I. Soroka Brian A. Cesario Kevin Chase Judge Thomas R. Chiola & Drew Jemilo Dr. Bruce Churchill & Scott White Paul Churchill, Esq. & Shelly Ross Joseph & Jane Clementi Timothy Collins Brian C. Cooper Bruce Couch & Jeffery Woods Douglas E. Cowan, MD Donald Davis Scott H. Dean & Ron D. Calvert James J. Debakis Brian C. Dent Erick K. Devine Jorge Diaz Rigo Dillon Michael C. Donaldson & Tim Kittleson Darren Doutt Dana E. Dukelow Alfred G. Duncan III Ernest Ellison Jon Ellms & Richard Taranto David Ewing & Marc Ockerman Charles Ross Feezer David J. Feldman, MD Carlos Felix Dana C. Fischer Daniel & Staci Foster Paul S. Frio & Frank Grazioli Michael S. Fuller Bryan W. Furze & LeeMichael McLean Evan C. Futterman & Lonnie Moon Domenic P. Gaeta Jeff Gaffney Dr. William Gannon & Dr. K. David Weidner Larry D. Garl & Thomas Robbins Wendell J. Garwood Edward Gatta & Dr. Jonathan P. Vaccaro James E. Geis Shawn R. Gensch Gayle J. Gibson & Denise L. Beck D. Grant Gilbert, MD T. Mark Gillin Nanci and Lennard Glogauer Chad Goldman & Brian W. Pendleton Phyllis & Alvin Goldman Brian Gorman Pamela J. Gort William D. Grasse Gregg Greenough & Vaughn Waters Delia Grinzewitsch Gary Groff

Jennings R. Guenthner Spencer Gunkel Jeffrey Guthrie Scott F. Guzielek Robert A. Hacker Michael Hamby & Charles Tiff David Hardy Julie Harris & Amy Yoakum Jennifer Hatch & Susanne Smith Eugene C. Hawkins & Eric A. Laug David & Jennifer Hayes TR Hazelrigg & Jason Humme Dr. Olaf Hedrich Jackson Hicks & Milton Townsend Gary L. Hirshberg Ambassador James C. Hormel & Michael P. Nguyen Casey J. Horton William A. Houlette Craig W. Hutchison & Christopher A. Lodewyks Donald A. Imler David Jablonowski & John Peller Blanding Jones, MD & Michael V. English David K. Jordan Ted Just Martin M. Kamen Eric Kaplan Zak Karim David J. Katona Dr. Bruce King Guy W. Kirk David C. Kleiman David W. Knapp John Kneapler Dr. Ram Koppaka Charles B. Krenzler Daniel Lam & Harley J. Neuman Walter Lander & Kit Tong Ng Robert L. Landino & Doug Belote Dr. George M. Langlois & Clem Taylor Matthew G. Laws Dr. Christine A. Lee & Eric Vallieres Griff C. Lee Mauricio Leon Buck & Jeff Lewis-Mathieu Judith Light & Robert Desiderio Joseph A. Like Lloyd R. Loback Debra L. Locklear Terry Longmore Angela Maggioncalda Gregory Maguire Richard L. Marcellus Dr. Ricky Matkins Bill Matlock & Randy Beineke Nicholas Mattera & Bradley Gretter S. Horovitz Maurer Peter May Kip S. McClure Timothy W. McCormick & Jeffrey L. Brizzi Virginia D. McCulloh & Nancy J. Kohlreiter

Michael McGaughey & Michael Squillacioti Dr. John McGrath CC, Niles, Cindy & Gavin McQuiston Helen R. Mendoza and Pamela J. Privett Olivia Metzger Stanley J. Michalik Dr. Charles R. Middleton & Dr. John S. Geary Andrew & Isaac Mitchell-Namdar John R. Mullen, MD W. J. Murdaugh, Jr. J. Brent Myers & Christopher Newton Ragnar D. Naess & David Charles Francisco Negron Mark W. Niehaus & Brooks Honeycutt Brian C. Offutt & Neil Rhodes Richard J. Olesko Avigdor J. Pemper & Dr. Mark C. Rabiner James Pepper & Thomas Macias James V. Petrone & Dr. Keith G. Kauhanen Harris P. Pierson III & Donald J. Camarda Pamela Pilkonis Dean Pitchford & Michael Mealiffe Michael D. Poirier Dennis M. Popeo, MD Michael Rataczak Joseph T. Realmuto & Paul Korenberg T. Jeffrey Reid Clement A. Revetti, Jr. Clifford Richner N. David Roberts, Jr. Robin Roberts Douglas Robson Marilee Roche Howard Roffman & Duane J. Waters Thomas Rollerson & Michael Erickson Ido Rosen Scott W. Rotella Ronald M. Rudolph Leslie Schafer John Scharffenberger Lewis Scheinert & David Green Douglas S. Scherr-Fleming Dick Schwarz & Tom Massey Cara Sciarrone Rudy Scott David Seaman & Hugh Faulkner Jeffrey D. Seese Eugene Sepulveda & Steven R. Tomlinson Richard H. Shoemaker & James E. Ruud Mitchell C. Siegel & Jeffrey T. Overman Grant Simmons John Simonds & Dan Swilley Matthew D. Smith Gerald T. Smith Matthew W. Staman & Marin A. Quezada Jill Stauffer & Cydney Berry Francine S. Stein David H. Steward & Pierre Friedrichs Paul Stringham & Ken Parnell Jeremiah Sturgill Simon P. Sutton Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report • 25

Greg Swalwell & Terry Connor Jeffrey Thomas & Carter Horton Thomas Thorne-Thomsen, Esq. Ty Robert Thornton Lizziie & Jonathan Tisch Donald Traser & Thomas Reid Dennis Trunfio Michael Uetz & Nick Rave John Vasconcellos & William Barr H. James Vesterby Dr. Joseph Di Vito, Jr. & Richard Froehlich Dr. Anna Voytek & Chanda Fausphoul Douglas A. Wasitis Ralph L. Pellecchio & James C. Wernz, M.D. Gary White & Jorge Villasenor Jay S. Wiley Jeffrey A. Willard & Steve Mahan Will Wilson John Yang Vincent J. Zimmerman & Daniel T. Murphy


Anonymous (6) Dr. Susan Abramowitz & Aaron Gurwitz Frank X. Addonizio Reginald Allen Karen & Daniel Amato Michael Ambrozewicz Miles Amen & Christopher Magan Garth Ancier Gregory Anderson Alani Anthony Jason E. Archambault & Neil A. Berenson David & Madeleine Arnow Joel & Pamela Aronson Lorna Auerbach James G. Baalmann Dr. Donald Bacigalupi & Dan Feder Nancy G. Ballay & Colleen A. Polazneck Richard Bankowitz Anthony Barkett Dr. Eliav Barr & Paul Koulogeorge Randall W. Bauer Stacy Bauer Michael Baum Mark G. Baxter, Ph.D. Michele Bergonzi & Betsey Burleigh Deborah Berke Greg Berlanti Bowen Billups Noble Black Bradley Blackwell Jody Blakeway & Annette Andruss Harrison Bloom David Blowers Aaron Blumenthal Robert Boarman Russell G. Bogue & Peter Lovello Steven L. Bossi Monica Bouldin Ben Bounos 26 • Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

James Boyle Douglas S. Bradley Brian V. Breheny Kevin Brockman & Dan Berendson Dr. John F. Brown Barbara Browning & Kimberly Ward Jack Butler & John VanderLinden Vincent A. Carrafiello Patty K. Cavey Randolph R. Charles Zhikai Chen Steven Cius Derrick Clifton, Jr. Brian & Amy Cloughley Andrew M. Clyde & Janet Busk Judy Hamacher Clydesdale Alexander B. Collett Monty Collins & Jerry Dark Jason R. Conyard Tiffani Cordova Gregory L. Craig R. Scott Creighton Therese M. Cresanti-Daknis Michael W. Dale John d’Amico Tony Daniels Cary Davis & John McGinn Rob & Kathy Day Carlton DeBrule Alma Derricks Dr. David Diemert James C. Differding & James R. Dickes Michael Dillon Dr. Michele DiPietro Joel B. Dixon Benjamin F. Doller John Downey, MD & Bradford Hise Donald Drapeau Michael Dryden & Jim Rueth Razmik B. Ekmekdjian & John F. Stephens Thomas L. Enders & Donnie Garner Jeffrey R. Epstein Staci Farnan Dr. Robert M. Farner Dr. Kenneth H. Farrell Michael F. Ferguson Gigi Fernandez & Jane Geddes MJ Feuster Ronald B. Finkelstein Randy W. Fiser Brent Fisher & Jim Rinnert Ken Fleishman John Flippen & Will McDonald Art Flores Stephen Flores Christopher L. Flynn & Daniel S. Newton Stephen Flynn Lee A. Ford Christopher J. Forst Richard Franceschini Kevin J. Frisch

Dr. Dennis M. Frisman, MD & Robert K. Lauri, Ph.D. Vince Garcia & Greg Stewart Jason Garcia Maria L. Garcia-Moliner & Clifford V. Gayley Matthew Gardner JoLynn Garnes Robert Garris Jenn Garrison Jay W. Gendron Celina Gerbic Robert Patrick Gillard II Jesse M. Gilliam Edwin F. Gladbach & Kevin O’Brien Andrea & Martin Glenn Raymond H. Goetz Howard Gold & Harold E. Bahr III Barry Goldblatt Tony & Judy Goldman David Goudy Ronald P. Graf Michael Grazer & Stephen Lazar Howard Green David M. Greer & Andrew Halliday Michael Gridley John A. Haas Dean Hale & Stan Schroeder Julian Hamer Kathleen Harris & Peck Station H. Benjamin Harvey Evelyn Heinbach & Claudia Cummings Mark E. Hemling Mark E. Henderson & Bruce A. Wolfe Daniel M. Hess Kevin K. Hill Dr. John Edward Hill & Dr. Luis Laviena Bryan D. Hively Dr. William Ho & Bruce Stuart Kenneth P. Hodges John Hoffman & Karen Hoffman Jonathan Hopkins Nace Hopple, Jr. Carter Horton & Jeffrey Thomas Robert J. Horton & James C. Perry J. Myrick Howard Katherine Hughes Joseph M. Husman Mark Illeman Julie A. Jablonski Lawrence S. Jacobs, Esq. & Steven R. Snapp Commissioner Jack N. Jacobson Mary Beth James Patrick E. Janisse Dr. Michael W. Johnson & Michael Justice Lauren N. Joy Meredith Kadlec Andrew J. Kanfer Barry Edward Karlin Gary I. Kaufman Michael Kaufman Christopher Kawasaki George H. Keller

Steven P. Kerchoff James J. Kershaw John M. Kibler & Paul A. Cochran Wiley D. Kite Eric Klotch Warren Kluth Lance Koenig David S. Koz Dr. Michael Kramer Kenro Kusumi Jonathan Lajiness & Leor Mendel Gregory Laskowski David Leener Edmund A. LeFevre, Jr. & Keith Wiggs Aaron P. Leifer Dr. James J. Lettenberger & Sean P. Smith Georgianne Levangie Joel Lichtenwalter Anna K. Lloyd Michael Loizzi Nancy Louden Stephen F. Macias James W. Mann Greg Manuel Mark Margolis Michael T. Marino Steve Masters Edward G. Mather Robert McBride David J. McChesney & Thomas G. Roberts Scott McCoy Anna H. McCrerey Paul D. McCullough Kevin McGirr Kirk McKusick & Eric P. Allman Gary M. McNamara Jacob & Alethia Mead Dr. Toby Meltzer Vince J. Messina Catharon & Brian Miller David M. Miller Melanie Mitchell David B. Mixner Benjamin C. Mizer Blair K. Morgan & Rocky Wood Jonathan Morris Fonda Murch Steve & Heather Murch James Murphy James M. Murphy Jeff Myrtle David & Nancy Napalo Phillips Nazro John T. Nelson Anthony Newland & Dennis D. Elsasser Jeffrey Newton & Jonathan Starcovic Mark Niermann & Enrique MacGreger Kevin S. Nishioka Erin Norton Dr. Timothy E. O’Connell & Larry Little Brian O’Connor

Kevin C. O’Neill & Kevin J. Burns Lida Orzeck Jeremiah O’Sullivan Kerr Otho Calen D. Ouellette Steven J. Paggioli Frank S. Palen Bonnie Park & Jackie Ryan Mark Parker & Eric Johnson Michael Patrick Eugene Patron Golda Patron Stephanie Peel & Stacey Hencken Katherine Perrelli Timothy Peterson & Richard Gerrig Joseph Petrone Douglas J. Pew & Donald Crofton Kip O. Plaisted Claudia Pohtos Jerry Portwood & Patricio del Real Robert G. Powell William L. Pry Daya Puls Nicholas Quattrocchi Dr. Joseph H. Quintano & James R. Mahoney Daniel Rabinowitz Amit Rakhit, MD & Brad Senatore Dan Ramos Irwin M. Rappaport Doug Regan & Kathy Borck Wendell G. Reid Thomas Retan Dr. Marie Rex Gary Ritacco Dr. Thomas P. Rock Alicia Rose Matthew Rose William Rouse Brian L. Saipe Brian Saluzzo & Brian Croshaw Robert C. Sash Rod Sayegh Margaret Schaninger Audrey Schlaepfer Arnold T. Schwab Elizabeth F. Schwartz Ronald Schwarz Pierric G. Senay & Franklin Simpson Peter W. Sheil & Bruce Batchelor Dr. Raymond Rubin & Jeff Shelton Timothy C. Sherck James H. Sherman Maureen Shoukimas Edward E. Siegel Richard L. Snyder Alejandro Soejarto Joel Spiegel & Karen Van Dusen David Spitzer Anthony Sprauve Charles Robin Steakley David A. Steinberg

Mark Stoelting Larry Struck Gary J. Sullivan & Timothy Lynn Rich Sullivan Mark Sumpter & Derek Obayashi Dr. Eric Swartz, D.C. Konnin Tam Brian J. Theobold Mathew S. Thoennes Michael Tilley & Peter Griglik Joel Tillinghast Rik Toulon Geoffrey W. Tuba Reed E. Bobrick & Steven L. Tuchman James G. Van Beek Frank & Constance Vicente Peter Vinnicombe Susan & Timothy von Herrmann Brad Wagner Charles S. Walker & Eduardo X. Hermosillo Peter Walsh Dr. Jamie Washington Brian Watson & Oliver Alva George Waugh & Rodney Starr Dr. Josh Weerasinghe Harold Weidman Gary J. Weinstein Marc Wenderoff Blake E. Wilcox John Williams John A. Williams Stephen R. Winters & Don Curtis Travis A Wise, Esq. Robert Wissmann Jennifer Wohlner Tonny T. Wong Jacqueline Woo Vance Yeo Robert G. Young & Mario Gallego Steven Young Dr. Joseph Zibrak & Chris George

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Valedictorian Society members are taking an important step in fostering a personal culture of philanthropy. Members are part of a nationwide network of advocates for educational opportunities and leadership development for Point Scholars and Alumni. Point is especially grateful to note the inclusion of many of our alumni as Valedictorian Society Members. Valedictorian Society membership is an annual minimum contribution of $240. The following list of donors reflects individual gifts totaling $240 - $499 between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013.

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Anonymous (5) Susan J. Albrecht & Nancy S. Desmond William & Jason Allen Meryl A. Allison & Elisa E. Burns Ceceilia Allwein Richard Alther & Ray Repp Douglas Amarelo Elizabeth Anchincloss Tim Andrews Alfredo Aparicio & Jason Gonzalez Bruce Arnold & Jim Labi Aaron Arnold Steven Azar Gwendolyn Baba Kevin L. Backer Rob Bannon Vincenzo E. Barbetta James Bartholomew Dr. Thomas S. Bartuska & Jeffry Hunter-Eggman Fred W. Bateman Daniel A. Batterman Jeremy P. Birnholtz Joseph A. Bloxham Chris E. Bobowski Michael W. Bond Bruce Bonner & Andrew Leschak Gregory Bowne & Mark Staloff Andrew Boyle Brian Brandt Julian Breece Ellen Brennan Christopher A. Brouwer Craig Brown Alan & Jody Browning Thomas Buffkin & Kelven Book

Michael C. Burns Brendan Bush & Matt Langford Norman B. Callahan Eduardo Caquias Michael Carney Laura & Mitchell Cassel Richard J. Cassese Paul Cassidy & Vernon Evenson David Cates & Carelton Gillenwater Nick Cernese & Jeremy Lindberg Ronald Chaluisan Bruce Chemel Chester S. Chuang Matthew & Suzanne Churchill David Cillo & Richard T. Hanson Michael A. Cipresso Angela Clements Lewis Cline Robert Cohn David P. Combs & Kenneth S. McCauley Dr. Timothy E. Corcoran & Dr. Justin Griffith Max Coslov Julie Crowley Clement Cunneen & Michael Mojica Ronald K. Curtin Robert Cutbirth Tom Daellenbach Lea P. Davies & Larry Power Timothy B. Davis Edward DeCaso Rich DeNardis Edward H. Dougherty John Ducote & Kenneth W. Barnes Edward Eskdale & Glenn L. Minton Phillip Fairweather John Farrell & Corey Spivey Cole Ferguson Anna & Tommy Finkelstein Glenn Finn Joel L. Flatow Sean & Amy Flynn Anthony Forte Barbara Fortier & Karen Edlund Paul J. Fragala

Darryl & Vanessa Frank Greg Franzer Dr. Paul A. Froeschl Sharon I. Furiya Gina Gallo James E. Garnett & Brian B. Bartholomew Janet L. Gaunt John J. Germroth Karin Gilbert & Amy Koff Bruce & Margaret Gitelson Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Deb A. Graeber Joel S. Graf Bob Gregory Anne & Duane Griffin Joseph Grigsby Dr. Mark R. Groshek & Dr. Carl Clark Dolph Haas Nathaniel Halsey William A. Harris, Jr. Sarah K. Heimel Eileen P. Heinrich Herbert B. Hensley Derral R. Herbst David Herrin Frederic & Karen Hirsch Rand Hoch Dr. Robert N. Huey John E. Huffman Cari Huszar Justin Isaac Mark Itkin Michael R. Jackson Stephen Jacobs & Arlin Winefordner David Jarrett Elizabeth Jobe James Johnson & Russ Luke Michael Johnson Kent S. Johnson Jim C. Kaddaras Michael Kahn Mitchell Kaplan & Marilyn Jones Richard A. Kasten Jonathan King Everett Kline & David Wald Edward Kolla Eric Kristensen Sarah Laibstain John LaPrice Mitzi Lemmons Thomas Lester Jeanne Leszczynski & Diane DiCarlo

Alan W. Leung, MD Judge Kenneth G. Levin Lawrence Levine & Herbert Glaser Andrew Z. Linsky & Michael Thomas Alexander J. Lisicky Bernard A. Luczka Christopher S. Mainelli John D. Mara Nicholas E. Marchelos Gerald H. Markovitz & Cameron Jobe Jeff Marx Clif Mathews Clark May Sean McBride James McKenna Peter McKown & Kenneth Heng John M. McLean Karen L. McQuillen Maggie Megaw & Stephen Manos David Merrill, Jr. Jose Mestre & Lindsay Lullman Gary Metzner Ilan Meyer & Michael Green Matthew T. Mitchell Elizabeth Monaco & Neil M. McCarthy Eric Moore Kevin Moriarty Mary Morten & Willa Taylor Michelle O’Connell & Chris Coakley George O’Neill Jay Oppenheimer Daniel Otto & John Barry Robert Panessiti & Michael Hogan Michael J. Park & James F. Quinn William A. Pohlchuck John Pohle Rolf Preisendorfer & Dominic Russoli Charles Presti Karen Rameika Virun K. Rampersad Philip A. Reames R. Anthony Reese & Christopher Leslie Jay Reinfeld Dr. Mike Richards Michael Roberts Stephen Robertson Steve Rostine Eric Katz

Kee Sardi Erwin & Myrna Schimmel David & Robert Schneiderman Robert Schultz & Laurent D. Periou Julie Parker-Schuman Robert Schwartz & Herluf Kanstrup Curtis L. Scribner Sean P. Seamster & Hardy L. Daniel David A. Serrurier & Barry S. Fogel Diana J. Sharkey & Cathy J. Holbrook Brian Sher Lisa Sherman Roy E. Simon & Florence Lebovitz Frank H. Smith Brick Smith Lisa Somar Linda Spink W. Gerard Stanton, Jr. Joseph H. Stuever Michael R. Syers Peter L. Tenggren & Warren Mitchell Michael Teta Mrs. Jeanne Thomas & Wayne Auer Stephen Thompson John & Kathleen Tierney Michael Topp & Robert Linnander Wendy L. Torri & Rita Duran Eugene Truono Brian C. Trust Robyn Tuerk Allison Turner Ed Vanegri Diana & Arthur Vanetek Michael R. Veale Paul Viskanta Allen W. Wark & Miguel Bassail Scott A. Webster Michelle Weisfield David B. White Darrell L. Wilkinson Paul M. Wilson & David E. Settje Robert D. Woolsey Paula Woolworth Dr. Travis S. Wright Nancy Wysocki Stefan J. Wysocki & Irwin H. Zolcover Steve Yevich & Terry K. Cook Jeff B. Yowell

John R. Ruggieri & Timothy J. Covington John Ryan Sam Santiago Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report • 29

BOARDS & STAFF AMERICA’S CHARITIES & COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN Point Foundation is grateful to the many individuals who donated to Point through their workplace giving program, administered by America’s Charities. Thank you also to Federal employees who made donations through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), using CFC# 11634. The following lists reflects donors who have opted to share their information with Point Foundation.

Jeffrey Alexander John Altieri Jose Aponte Lucena Richard Nicholas Avenetti Adam Bagg Stephen Bailey Elizabeth Balcom Alejandro Banda Jonathan Banks Lawrence P. Barisciano Allexander Barker Thaddeus Bartkowiak Larry Bauer Wendy Beardsley Leonard Bechtel Wade Becker Dennis Bellingtier Matt Bennett Jill Bertz Trena Billett Jeffrey Book Kyle Braunlich David Briggs David Broudy Dajarell Brown Jeffrey Brown Monique Brown Marcus A. Buchan Kenneth Bullock Elizabeth Burson Catherine Buttner John Callahan Kenneth Cannon David Carroll Jose Castellonlopez Caleb Chajkowski Chiyu Chang Johnnie Christensen Katherine Clark Louise Clarke Louise D. Clarke

Juan Claudio Lee Claypool Lewis Cline Lindsay Cofield-Solie James Corbett Candice Costa Matthew Crespo Jonathan Cruz John Cummings Jane Czamara Kim Danforth Michael Davis Judene Dayes Kalie Deas Margarita Del Angel Gail Delfin Donna Deprospo Allison-Hayley Digiacinto Gerald Donohue John Dourigan Amelia Dreher Renae Easley Brandon Eidson Edith Ellison Griffin Daniel Engeljohn Cynthia Feldmeier Donnamaria M. Flatt Christine Fox Andrew Frame Michele France Peter J. Frank Michael Fuller Robert E. Gannone Melissa Garcia Peter S. Gemmellaro Michael Gottlieb Joe Goulet Ethiopia Grant Jeffrey Gray Dwight Guthrie Brian Halas

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Clark Patrick Hanson Emily Harman Robert Harman Craig H. Hartzell Steven Hicks Lesley Hill Rosy Hill Jake Houis Andrew Huddleston Austin Ives Brandy Jackson Tanya Jankowski David Jefferies Kelley Jiang Weilong Jiang Matt Kaczmarek Joseph Kieltyka Meredith King Nancy Konkel Jennifer R. Kremer Joseph Lamb Krystal Lang Anna Lathrum Jaenica Leaon Gurrero Gregory Lichniak Rose Lindgren Fabiana Lotito Debbie Louden David W. Low Roland Lyons Desonia Mapp Randall Marks Ronald Martin Diego Martinez Thomas Martinez Amanda Mathews Sharon Denise Matthews Lisa Mcclelland Anna Mccrerey Brittney McGee Anthony McMillar

Michael Meji Jamen Miller Jesse Morales Christopher Morehouse Jessica Naples Chad Nieboer Ali Nink Erica Northcott Caitlin Nye Elizabeth Denise Olson Patrick Oot Kristy Owen Candace Pantoga Mickey Parish Vernon Parker Amy A. Pesaturo Ryan A. Petros Matthew J. Phillips-English James Plante Jaryd Prantil Ranjoo Prasad Alejandro Qetel Brian Racilla Delany Ramirez Nathaniel Ratzraff Jason Readman George Donald Reichley Lynn Gay Reid Wendell Reid Jerrel Revels Laurence E. Riba Renee Riba Jarron Rinfert Jeri Ritter Bryan Ritz Armando Rivera Tatianna Riverafontanez Richard Rocha Daisy Rodriguez Samuel Rodriguez Antonio Rodriguez Conception Stephen Rogers Jessica Rush Daniel Rutherford Lewis Saideman Angela Santos Marissa Scafidi Timothy Schmidt

BOARD OF DIRECTORS KYLE SPAINHOUR Board Co-Chair Del Mar, California RICHARD ZIEGELASCH Board Co-Chair New York, New York

John Scott Thomas Seguine Susann Sendek Catherine Sharpe Edward G. Shockey Daisy Sifuentes Daniel Siller Jordan Simonson Amanda Simpson Richard Smith Shawn Smith Walter Solares Mathew Somawang Brandi Stallworth Daniel Stevens Sherril Lynn Stewart Jon Stiffler Thomas Terrell Janice Test Gustavo Torres John Tradewell Colby Trull Dea Turner Thomas Unger Steven Wayne Vasquez Tykera Veney-Huggins Patricia Ventura Frank Vitrano Lance D. Wahlert Joseph Wardenski Charles Wasil Donald Watson Candace Webb Ariel Weir James Welch Mark Westergard John Michael White Joey Williams Tobias Wolff Richard Worrell Lyle Yazzie Darren Young

KEVIN CHASE Board Vice-Chair Los Angeles, California JAMES CUMMINGS Board Treasurer New York, New York DANIELLE KNIGHT Board Secretary Studio City, California

BRUCE C. LINDSTROM Founder Lake Tahoe, Nevada

JORGE VALENCIA Executive Director & CEO

ANDY ORTIZ Burbank, California

CECEILIA ALLWEIN Boston, Massachusetts


CALEN OUELLETTE West Hollywood, California

DIEGO ARANGO New York, New York

ANDY KEILEN Executive Assistant & Office Manager

JAMES PATTON III Los Angeles, California

DAVID AZULAY Los Angeles, California


JOHN G. PENCE Founding Director San Francisco, California

CYDNEY BERRY Boston, Massachusetts

CLAY PETRE Miami, Florida

CHRIS BAKER Valley Village, California

KELLI SMITH-BAILEY Seattle, Washington


CARL T. STRICKLAND Founder Lake Tahoe, Nevada

BRIAN BRANTON Washington, D.C.

JONAH TROUT New York, New York JORGE VALENCIA Executive Director & CEO Los Angeles, California

ANGELA CLEMENTS San Francisco, California SARA DEBRULE Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts BRIAN DENT Los Angeles, California JOHN DOWNEY, MD San Francisco, California CELINA GERBIC Washington, D.C. JESSE GILLIAM Seattle, Washington SCOTT GUZIELEK Palm Beach, Florida

JAMES WILLIAMS Los Angeles, California

JACK JACOBSON Washington, D.C.

CLAUDIA CAINE New York, New York

JOHN WOLFARTH Board Of Trustees Co-President Boston, Massachusetts

PETER LEASE New York, New York

MITCH DRAIZIN New York, New York


MARK BRAUN Chicago, Illinois

RON FALCON, MD Pittstown, New Jersey

DAVID STEWARD Chair East Hampton, New York

SHELLEY FISCHEL, ESQ. Chair Emeritus Scarsdale, New York

ANN ADAMS Chicago, Illinois

SHELLEY FREEMAN Miami, Florida CHRISTOPHER GENRY Denver, Colorado ALAN GUNO Los Angeles, California KIM HACKFORD-PEER Salt Lake City, Utah DAVID E. HOWARD New York, New York ASHLAND JOHNSON Washington, D.C.


RYAN MILLER Austin, Texas

RON RUDOLPH New York, New York

SHARON BRACKETT Laurel, Maryland


CASEY RYAN Board Of Trustees Co-President Chicago, Illinois

GLEN ACKERMAN Washington, D.C.

CHRIS BOYLE Winnetka, Illinois


PETER EPSTEIN Boston, Massachusetts HERB HAMSHER, PHD West Hollywood, California JOANNE HERMAN Natick, Massachusetts JUDITH LIGHT Bel Air, California JOE McCORMICK Palm Springs, California

EUGENE PATRON Communications & Marketing Director KRISTY NGUYEN Communications & Marketing Coordinator DEVELOPMENT DAVID GARZA Development Director - East MIKE PIACENTINI Digital & Technology Manager DREW RHODES Development Associate LAUREN TAPP Events & Volunteer Manager ALAN UPHOLD Development Director - West CLAIRE WALSH Corporate & Foundation Development Manager FINANCE SCOTT ARNESON Chief Financial Officer



JAMES MANN Washington D.C.

CHRIS AGUILAR GARCIA Conference & Program Manager

TIMOTHY O’CONNELL, PHD Chicago, Illinois

VINCENT GARCIA Scholar Relations & Selections Program Director

PATRICK O’DONNELL New York, New York RODNEY RAFTERY Boston, Massachusetts AIMEE SCHIMMEL Washington, D.C.

JONATHAN ROSALES Academic & Project Program Manager ZACK SPEIR Alumni & Development Associate DARRIN WILSTEAD Mentoring & Alumni Program Director

JENNIFER SOBIESKI Washington, D.C. JEN WOHLNER Los Angeles, California

MICHAEL D. POIRIER Boston, Massachusetts Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report • 31


The Annual Report presents a summary of the financial position of Point Foundation as of June 30, 2013. Each year, the Board of Directors engages an independent and accredited audit firm to review the financial and accounting practices of Point Foundation and to provide an independent Auditor’s Report. This year, the audit was conducted by Green Hasson & Janks LLP, 10990 Wilshire Blvd. 16th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 900243929. The Foundation has received unqualified opinions on the Foundation’s financial statements since its inception. The audits are conducted in accordance with U.S. generally accepted auditing standards. An audit also includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements and includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. An independent Auditor’s Report, including the complete Financial Statements and Supplementary Information for June 30, 2013 and 2012 and the Federal Tax Form 990 for the Point Foundation may be requested from or found at

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES For the Year Ended June 30, 2013

Revenue, Gains & Support

Contributions & Other Income . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,789,919 In-Kind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57,894 Special Events (Net) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 490,621 Investment (Net) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 409,016 Total Revenue, Gains & Support ����������������� 3,747,450

Education. Leadership. Community. Mentorship. Empowerment.


Program Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,630,130 Management and General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 426,170 Fundraising and Development ������������������������������� 551,197 Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,607,497

Change in Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139,953 Net Assets - Beginning of Year �������������������� 7,710,255 Net Assets - End of Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,850,208

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION For the Year Ended June 30, 2013

Scholars & Alumni Signing “P-O-I-N-T: Point!”


Cash and Investments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $906,736 Contributions Receivable, Prepaids and Other Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,2 78,544 Endowment Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,79 1,997 Property (Net) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134,325 Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8, 1 1 1 ,602

Liabilities & Net Assets Total Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $261,394 Net Assets

Unrestricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,843,901 Temporarily Restricted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,997,929 Permanently Restricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,008,378 Total Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,850,208 Total Liabilities & Net Assets. . . . . . . . . . . $8, 1 1 1,602

32 • Point Foundation • 2012 - 2013 Annual Report

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