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mission Prep for Prep develops ethical and effective leaders who reect our diverse society for the enduring beneďŹ t of all. The Prep Community includes over 5,000 students and alumni.


MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE

Dear Friends, In its first 40 years, has Prep for Prep delivered on its promise to create a generation of diverse leaders for our democracy? The answer is resounding and unequivocal: Yes. Our alumni body now boasts over 3,000 superbly educated college graduates and, true to our mission, they are rising to leadership positions in our nation’s defining institutions. During a tumultuous time in this country, they are ethical and effective voices in the debates shaping the future direction of our nation. This year’s report highlights individuals who reflect the core values that have led to Prep’s success. • Excellence — Joseph Myrie, MD (XXIV) and Amanda Boston, PhD (XXII), both recent doctorates dedicated

to improving their communities in their respective fields of study • Integrity— Lauren Williams (P9 XIII), an accomplished journalist influencing the way newsrooms report on

culture and history • Commitment — Prep Trustees Dale Allsopp (VII), Scott Bok, Lisa Cashin, Natalie Swaby Hutchinson (XIV),

and Sue Meng (XV), sustaining and shaping generations of leadership development at Prep for Prep • Courage — Sarah DeSouza (XXXIV), a lead organizer of the citywide school walkouts protesting gun violence,

bringing together over 2,000 youth and educators across Brooklyn More than just accomplished, our alumni embrace an ethos of giving back to their many communities. Their service starts at Prep: nine alumni on the Board — an all-time high — and 12 on the Associates Council. Alumni giving increased by nearly $115,000 over last year. And, within months of defending his doctoral dissertation in education, Jackson Collins (XII) assumed the role of Associate Executive Director at Prep. Even more reassuring, current students — more than 700 at the nation’s leading independent schools and over 600 enrolled at the best colleges in the world — are as impressive as ever. Further evidence of the program’s value came when Fiscal Year 2018 proved our most successful fundraising year ever with nearly $12 million raised. We have this year’s Lilac Ball Honorees to thank for that feat: Martin Lipton and John L. Vogelstein, two of Prep’s founding Board Chairs who have collectively served the organization more than 65 years and gave and raised a remarkable $5.3 million for the event. What a defining moment for Prep when Michael Thomas (XXIV), the 132nd President of the Harvard Law Review, presented them with their awards. Our challenge going forward will be to honor their legacy by ensuring that the program has the resources to fund its critical work. As we stand on the threshold of another decade, I invite you all to deepen and strengthen your ties to Prep. Our work to create a new leadership class has never been more important. With gratitude,

Aileen C. Hefferren

4O YEARS OF LAUNCHING LEADERS AND INSPIRING CHANGE

5,072

students and alumni

3,115

college graduates

1,409

advanced degrees

6,357

paid internships

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“Excellence means always striving to be better than your best. Our professions in medicine and academia are committed to lifelong learning, and we aim to go above and beyond what is expected to take care of our communities.” DR. JOSEPH MYRIE (XXIV/Collegiate ’08, Penn ’12) MD, Einstein ’18 Pediatric Resident, NYU Langone Health DR. AMANDA BOSTON (XXII/Poly Prep ’06, Duke ’10) MA, Duke ’12; PhD, Brown ’18 Assistant Professor & Faculty Fellow, NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management


EXCELLENCE • INTEGRITY • COMMITMENT • COURAGE

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and quality of your coverage. I believe the biggest way to combat racial bias in reporting is to seek out journalists of color.” LAUREN N. WILLIAMS (P9 XIII/Middlesex ’04, Georgetown ’08) Senior Editor, Culture, The Atlantic 2018 Nieman Fellow in Journalism, Harvard

EXCELLENCE • INTEGRITY • COMMITMENT • COURAGE

“Diversifying your newsroom will improve the integrity

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EXCELLENCE • INTEGRITY • COMMITMENT • COURAGE

“I joined Prep’s Board to serve as a voice for students and alumni. I’m excited to see fellow alums making a commitment to shape the governance of the organization on both the Associates Council and Board of Trustees.” NATALIE SWABY HUTCHINSON (XIV/Chapin ’98, Penn ’02), first alum to serve as Individual Trustee (second from right), with LISA CASHIN, Board President; SUE MENG (XV/Brearley ’99, Harvard ’03) MA, Oxford ’06; JD, Yale ’09, first alum to join the Board’s Executive Committee; SCOTT BOK, Board Chair; and DALE ALLSOPP (VII/Calhoun ’91, Wesleyan ’95) MBA, Penn ’01, first alum Corporate Trustee

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to make our generation’s voice heard, not simply letting others speak for us. We must act upon what we see.” SARAH DESOUZA (XXXIV/St. Luke’s ’14, Packer ’18, Columbia) Lead organizer of the 2018 student walkout to protest gun violence at Brooklyn Borough Hall

EXCELLENCE • INTEGRITY • COMMITMENT • COURAGE

“Courage means choosing to take responsibility

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journey

THE PREP FOR PREP JOURNEY

STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

TR ANSITION TO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS

TALENT SEARCH

PREPARATORY COMPONENT

Each year, top students of color from 750 New York City public schools apply for admission to Prep for Prep.

Rising sixth-graders in Prep for Prep and eighth-graders in PREP 9 undergo a rigorous 14-month course of study spanning two intensive summer sessions as well as afterschool Wednesday and all-day Saturday classes during the intervening school year to increase their academic and social preparedness for independent school.

• Nearly 6,000 candidates who scored in the 90+ percentile on statewide English Language Arts and Math tests are nominated by their public schools. • Based on Prep’s initial testing, 1,500 students advance to the next level of evaluation. • Approximately 700 students progress to individual IQ testing, teacher recommendations, and interviews. • Roughly 125 candidates are accepted into Prep for Prep (fifth-graders for day school placement) and 75 are accepted into PREP 9 (seventh-graders for boarding school placement).

• Prep’s rigorous academic program includes History, Research Skills, Literature, Writing Skills, Laboratory Science, Mathematics, and Latin. • The average Preparatory Component class size is 14 students. • Older Prep students serve as Advisors to help guide new students through the program. • Teachers are drawn from leading independent and public schools.

PLACEMENT All students who successfully complete the Preparatory Component (typically 75% of admitted students) are placed in day schools (as seventh-graders) or boarding schools (as ninth-graders). • Forty day schools and 12 boarding schools reserve places for qualified applicants. • Each student visits with five independent schools. • Prep staff assists families with applications and financial aid forms. • Our independent school partners annually commit over $35 million in financial aid to our students.


STUDENTS IN INDEPENDENT DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOLS

STUDENTS IN COLLEGE

COLLEGE GR ADUATES

COUNSELING

ALUMNI AFFAIRS

Prep monitors the academic and personal progress of each student in grades 7–12 through monthly meetings with Prep counselors — young people of color who themselves are graduates of selective colleges. The Undergraduate Affairs office provides counseling services to Prep college students. Services include:

The opportunities, events, and networking open to alumni strengthen and nurture their achievements and contributions to society, while keeping them active in the Prep Community. Alumni Affairs provides:

• Individual counselors assigned to every student and available to every parent • Weekly social and cultural activities for middle school students • Tutoring, if needed

• Networking events, reunions, and social gatherings • Professional development workshops

• A student emergency fund • Transition-to-college retreats and workshops

• Monthly newsletters and job listings

OPPORTUNITIES

• Alumni Giving Campaign

A considerable array of Leadership Development Opportunities broadens our students’ aspirations, increases their awareness of life’s possibilities, and builds a stronger sense of self. Prep students participate in:

• Opportunities to volunteer at Prep

• Internships • Career seminars and professional skills workshops • Entrepreneurship institute • Travel abroad programs • Public policy and community service projects • College and financial aid counseling, SAT preparation, and college trips • Leadership curriculum

In addition to all of the programs above, Prep shares its best practices with like-minded organizations and individuals through an initiative called Smart Connections, through which Prep has indirectly impacted another 250,000 young people worldwide.

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opportunities The hundreds of opportunities offered to Prep students each year expand their horizons and ambitions.

PHOTO BY NICHOL AS VEL AZQUEZ (X XIII )


INTERNSHIPS Prep for Prep is deeply indebted to the following corporations, nonprofits, and government offices, which provided 325 internships and professional opportunities to our students during the summer of 2018. These internships equip our students with valuable experience, marketable skills, and exposure to a variety of fields. If you would like to offer a summer internship to a Prep high school or college student, please contact padvancement@prepforprep.org. Prep for Prep is especially grateful to the following employers that offered opportunities to four or more Prep interns this past summer.

EMPLOYERS

INTERNS

Bloomberg

14

Office of Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer

4

CancerCare

4

Colgate-Palmolive

4

Columbia University

4

Deutsche Bank

6

Facebook

7

Girls Who Code

5

Google

5

325

internships at

EMPLOYERS

INTERNS

Hospital for Special Surgery

9

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

50

Local Initiatives Support Corporation

12

NYC Dept. of Health

6

Rothschild

4

School of the New York Times

6

SUNY Downstate Medical Center

7

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

5

Willkie, Farr & Gallagher

4

153

employers in Summer 2018

CAREER SEMINARS Fifteen career panels and professional development workshops introduced Prep students to different industries, including technology, healthcare, sports management, finance, media, and the arts. Hosts included:

“Prep positioned me to succeed at Bloomberg, Deutsche Bank, Dune Real Estate Partners, Google, and Willkie Farr — all of the internship opportunities that shaped my ability to actually form my own company.” VICTOR HUNT (P9 XXIII/Exeter ’14, Yale ’18) Co-Founder & CEO, Astorian

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INTERNSHIPS

(CONTINUED)

EMPLOYERS Accenture AKRF Allen & Company Alpine Capital Bank Amazon.com AMC Networks Ascend Charter Schools aXiomatic Bank of America Merrill Lynch Barclays BlackRock Office of New York State Assemblyman Michael Blake Bloomberg Bloomingdale’s Bolton-St. Johns Office of Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office BuzzFeed CancerCare Carlyle Group Celemi Center for an Urban Future Center for Popular Democracy Center for Reproductive Rights Central Park Conservancy Chatdesk Chiropractic Approach PC CityRealty Colgate-Palmolive

Columbia SPURS Biomedical Research Columbia University, Javitch Lab Common Cause New York Cornell University, Stem Cell Research Cravath, Swaine & Moore CUNY School of Journalism CUNY Student Affairs Debevoise & Plimpton Deloitte Deutsche Bank Office of Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. DonorsChoose.org DREAM Edhesive Education Analytics Emmanuel Gospel Center Empire Global Ventures Entercom Communications Evercore Facebook Firelight Media Ford Foundation Fordham University Ford Motor Company Geller & Company Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Girls Who Code Goldman Sachs Goldsmith & Co. Google

COLLEGE GUIDANCE

PREP FOR PREP/ SOTHEBY’S ART ACADEMY

Prep for Prep helps students navigate the college application process and find schools that best match their fit and need. College Guidance services include individual counseling, essay review, standardized test preparation, and overnight campus visits. In 2018, Prep offered 25 workshops for families to learn about financial aid, explore the early action/early decision process, and meet with college admissions representatives.

Underwritten by Sotheby’s, the four-week Art Academy introduced 14 high school students to the world of visual arts. Academic and professional program components, such as tours of artist studios and museums, exposed students to careers in art across a range of media and created a foundation for future internships in the field. The New York Times featured the Prep for Prep/Sotheby’s Art Academy in a recent article on diversifying curatorial leadership in the arts.

74%

of high school juniors participated in Prep’s chaperoned college trips in 2018 to explore colleges outside of New York City.

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GO Project Greater New York Hospital Association  Greenhill Greyhealth Group Harlem Village Academies Henry Street Settlement HOPE Program Hospital for Special Surgery Howard University Hudson Yards Office of Robert Jackson for State Senate Jazz at Lincoln Center JPB Foundation JPMorgan Chase Lafayette College L.E.K. Consulting Libra Group LIFT Local Initiatives Support Corporation Lynk Global Maysles Institute McKinsey & Company Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Mentor New York Moody’s Morgan Stanley Motivate Mount Sinai National Sawdust NBCUniversal NERA MEDPrep

ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP Aspects is a leadership development program that focuses on ethical and effective leadership. Through a three-part curriculum module, Prep’s high school students explore leadership challenges through scholarly works, case studies, and role-play exercises. Each module culminates in student-led research and presentations on issues relevant to society today. In 2018, 418 students completed Aspects retreats.


New York Academy of Medicine New York City Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene New York City Dept. of Housing Preservation & Development New York Communities for Change New York Film Academy New York Public Advocate New York Public Library New York Stem Cell Foundation Nonviolence International Northwell Health One Equity Partners Our Voice Nuestra Voz Park Avenue Armory Partnership for After School Education Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Office of Judge Valerie Pels Penguin Random House Pentagram Pomona College Project Pericles Reed College

Related Companies Resy.com Rochester Center for Community Leadership Rockefeller University Rockstar Games Rothschild School of the New York Times Search and Care Sesame Workshop Sidewalk Labs Sidley Austin Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom Snap Inc. Sony Music Sotheby’s SS+K State Department Minority Health Initiative SUNY Downstate Medical Center Office of Judge Laura Taylor Swain Sylvia Center

Teach For America Touchlab TPG Capital TRIALS Tusk Strategies Union Settlement University of Pennsylvania, Summer Undergraduate Minority Research Program US Department of Education Vera Institute of Justice ViableMkts Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Wellesley College Wild Bird Fund Willkie, Farr & Gallagher WNYC Wolf & Wilhelmine Workman Publishing World Science Festival Yahoo Yale University STARS Yummie

“At LISC, I learned youth can impact politics and community development. There is real power in banding together.” APRYL ADAMES (XXXVI/Avenues), Local Initiatives Support Corporation intern, 12th grade student

INSTITUTE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

TR AVEL ABROAD

In 2018, 30 high school students completed Prep for Prep’s IFE, an intensive five-week course in the fundamentals of entrepreneurship with coding and app development. Students created their own business plans with the help of mentors at Google and competed for seed money to invest in their businesses.

Prep for Prep is grateful to our signature partner Student Diplomacy Corps and additional partners Amigos de las Americas and Calder Classics, which provided 21 Prep students with opportunities to explore different cultures, learn languages, and perform valuable community service around the world.

CAMPS Prep for Prep appreciates the outstanding opportunities that the following camps offered to 63 middle and upper school students during the summer of 2018. These “camperships” allow our students to attend the camps at low or no cost. Belvoir Terrace Birch Rock Camp Camp Androscoggin Camp Betsey Cox Camp Greylock Camp Nashoba North Camp Runoia Camp Sangamon Camp Tapawingo Camp Wawenock Chewonki Camp for Boys

Creative Arts and Athletics Frost Valley YMCA Kamp Kohut Kingswood Camp Netop Summer Camp Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts Waukeela Camp for Girls Wohelo Camps

Albania

Chile

China

Ecuador

France

Italy

Japan

Mexico

Morocco

New Zealand

Panama

Spain

Uruguay


enrollment INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DAY SCHOOLS

DAY SCHOOLS ENR GRD

Allen-Stevenson 4 121 Avenues 15 1 Bank Street 2 25 Berkeley Carroll 25 55 Birch Wathen Lenox 37 Blue School 1 Brearley 17 145 Brooklyn Friends 9 39 Brooklyn Heights Montessori 2 1 Browning 13 53 Buckley 7 54 Buckley Country Day 6 Calhoun 3 63 Cathedral 3 22 Chapin 18 100 City & Country 6 Collegiate 12 151 Columbia Prep 15 84 Dalton 21 140 Dwight 5 Dwight-Englewood 7 7 Fieldston 21 146 Friends 8 76 Grace Church 15 69 Hackley 6 43 Hewitt 3 45 Horace Mann 22 221 ISB 1 Kew-Forest 5 19 Léman 7 9 Loyola 1 2 LREI 5 63 Mandell 17 Manhattan Country 1 21 Marymount 7 23 Nightingale 15 112 Packer 17 101 Poly Prep 38 204 RCDS 10 51 Riverdale 5 104 Rudolf Steiner 1 2 Sacred Heart 7 36 Sacred Heart Greenwich 1 1 Saint Ann’s 23 85 Saint David’s 5 66 Spence 23 104 Speyer 4 2

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Staten Island Academy St. Bernard’s Stevenson St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s St. Luke’s Town Trevor Day Trinity UNIS VCS York Prep Other Schools*

ENR GRD

9 3 73 1 1 4 4 55 2 104 4 28 41 253 1 2 70 5 10 20

BOARDING SCHOOL S

BOARDING SCHOOLS

PREP 9 Consortium Schools Andover Choate Deerfield Exeter Hill Hotchkiss Lawrenceville Loomis Chaffee Middlesex Milton St. Andrew’s Taft

28 136 17 121 10 106 26 158 14 28 18 86 10 95 14 30 13 57 13 71 7 69 15 95

Other Boarding Schools Berkshire Blair Brooks Canterbury Cardigan Church Farm Concord Cushing Eaglebrook Emma Willard Ethel Walker Fay Fessenden George Groton Gunnery Harvey

4 10 1 1 16 7 13 1 5 6 1 2 12 16 2 5 1 26 8 2 1 1 13 4 2

* No student currently enrolled and fewer than four graduates † Transfers to Specialized High Schools Students enrolled and graduated as of October 2018

Indian Mountain Kent Lawrence Academy MacDuffie Masters Millbrook Miss Porter’s NMH Oakwood Friends Oldfields Peddie Pomfret St. Mark’s Stony Brook School St. Paul’s St. Timothy’s Suffield Tabor Westminster Westover Westtown Williston Other Schools*

SUMMARY

(continued)

ENR GRD

7 1 11 1 1 1 8 4 1 11 2 9 3 7 1 9 15 5 7 15 1 6 2 3 1 17 21 4 1 3 15 23

ENR GRD

Day Schools 489 3363 Boarding Schools 228 1385 Specialized High Schools † 5 94 TOTAL

722 4842


“As a Prep advisor, I have pushed my students to show them that their race, ethnicity, and zip codes do not determine their success — only they can.” JAHMIRE CASSANOVA (XXXIV/Horace Mann ’18, Penn), college freshman

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES MOST COMPETITIVE † (continued)

IV Y LEAGUE

ENR GRD

Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale

17 107 24 154 22 98 11 63 19 189 25 176 15 93 22 177

MOST COMPETITIVE † Amherst 17 108 Barnard 7 24 Binghamton 2 13 Boston College 15 39 Boston Univ. 6 19 Bowdoin 8 22 Brandeis 1 8 Bryn Mawr 5 Bucknell 6 16 Carnegie Mellon 6 18 Claremont McKenna 8 2 Colgate 12 33 Connecticut College 2 17 Davidson 3 24 Duke 6 63 Emory 5 21 Fordham 2 10 Franklin & Marshall 4 18 Georgetown 6 64 Gettysburg 6 16 Hamilton 2 17 Hampshire 3 3 Haverford 1 20 Johns Hopkins 5 19 Kenyon 2 22 Lafayette 4 2 Lehigh 4 27 Macalester 15 Middlebury 9 31 MIT 3 25 Mount Holyoke 2 9 Northeastern 2 6 Northwestern 3 20 NYU 20 67

ENR GRD

Oberlin 1 21 Occidental 8 11 Pomona 1 32 Reed 3 9 Rice 7 Sarah Lawrence 3 7 Skidmore 7 8 Smith 2 11 Stanford 6 48 Stony Brook 3 12 Swarthmore 1 20 Tufts 11 63 UNC Chapel Hill 2 25 Union 9 Univ. of Chicago 4 10 Univ. of Michigan 1 5 Univ. of Richmond 5 13 Univ. of Rochester 3 12 USC 5 2 UVA 4 35 Vanderbilt 1 14 Vassar 32 Villanova 2 5 Washington Univ. 15 14 Wellesley 2 26 Wesleyan 23 192 Williams 13 76 Other Schools* 11 32

HIGHLY COMPETITIVE † American 3 2 Bard 3 9 Baruch 6 7 Bates 2 7 Drexel 3 2 George Washington 6 22 Hobart & William Smith 14 Pitzer 1 4 RIT 4 2 Syracuse 8 26 Trinity 4 36 West Point 1 5 Other Schools* 7 38

† Categories as defined by Barron’s 2019 Profiles of American Colleges * Fewer than five students enrolled and graduated Students enrolled and graduated as of October 2018

VERY COMPETITIVE † AND OTHER

ENR GRD

Allegheny 9 3 Brooklyn 1 10 City College 6 15 CUNY 8 10 Geneseo 5 Guilford 5 Howard 7 5 Hunter 6 32 Ithaca 1 3 John Jay 1 5 Lehman 11 Mercy 1 4 Morehouse 1 4 Muhlenberg 3 19 New School 3 4 Queens 1 7 Spelman 1 7 St. John’s Univ. 3 5 SUNY 14 32 Susquehanna 1 14 Other Schools* 18 110

SUMMARY

ENR GRD

Ivy League 155 1057 Most Competitive 319 1574 Highly Competitive 48 174 Very Competitive and Other 85 310 TOTAL

607 3115


success TOP TEN MOST ATTENDED COLLEGES Wesleyan 23 192 Harvard

19 189

Penn

25 176

Yale

22 177

Columbia 24 154 Amherst

17 108

Brown

17 107

Cornell

22 98

125 124 120 108 89

Princeton 15 93 Williams 13 76 ENROLLED

215 208 201 199 178

GRADUATED

ALUM SPOTLIGHT

Lucia Perez

TOTAL

(XXVI/Nightingale ’10, Wellesley ’14) PhD, Arizona State ’21 is earning her doctorate in astrophysics, the first female Prep alum to earn this distinction. She is researching high-redshift galaxies at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.

90% of Prep’s 3,115 college graduates earned their degrees from the most competitive colleges in the country; 34% graduated from Ivy League schools. TOP GR ADUATE SCHOOLS TOP ADVANCED DEGREES*

545 MAs/MSs 280 JDs 216 MBAs 116 MDs 112 PhDs/EdDs 64 MEds 39 MFAs 37 MSWs * Includes current degree candidates

TOP INDUSTRIES

638 Business (Non-Manufacturing) 535 Education 355 Finance 232 Health Care 215 Arts, Entertainment, Sports 213 Technology 164 Communications 164 Law 150 Government 147 Business (Manufacturing) 18

Columbia NYU Harvard Penn Fordham Yale Stanford

140 125 88 78 41 35 31

TOP EMPLOYERS NYC Department of Education Google JPMorgan Chase & Co. Bloomberg Morgan Stanley Columbia University New York University Goldman, Sachs & Co. Comcast Disney NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Viacom Achievement First Facebook KIPP DonorsChoose.org EY Moody’s PwC Success Academy Time Warner As of October 2018

59 26 19 17 17 15 14 12 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 7


development

FISCAL YEAR 2018 OVERVIEW

As an organization that receives no government support and charges no tuition, Prep for Prep relies entirely on the many individual, foundation, and corporate donors who believe in the vital work we do and choose to sustain our efforts each year. On behalf of the over 5,000 students and alumni in the Prep Community, thank you for making that choice. We are especially indebted to our extraordinarily generous Board of Trustees. Their leadership, initiative, and investment in Prep over the past 40 years have shaped the program into the success it is today. The following section of the Annual Report acknowledges contributions of $1,000 or more attributed to Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018).

TOTAL OPER ATING SUPPORT AND REVENUE — $11,688,986

$5,067,675 $4,104,477 $1,290,382 $640,968 $511,484

Lilac Ball* and Other Events Individuals Foundations Corporations Alumni Giving Campaign (Given and Raised)

$74,000 Permanently Restricted Endowment Draw

* Net of Direct Expenses of $386,194 and Indirect Expenses of $127,593

TOTAL EXPENSES — $11,672,491

$3,279,865 Academic Programs $2,496,660 Counseling $1,560,861 Leadership Development Opportunities $1,423,308 Administration $1,308,624 Talent Search $796,066 Fundraising $729,926 Alumni Affairs $77,181 Smart Connections

Note: To view a complete report of Prep for Prep’s Fiscal Year 2018 financial activities, please visit www.prepforprep.org/financialsFY18.


alumni

GUIDED BY PREP FOR PREP’S ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, our alumni continued their dedicated and enthusiastic support of the organization over the past year. Generously sharing their time via volunteer involvement and event attendance, as well as their treasure by increasing their direct support of the Alumni Giving Campaign, our alums represented Prep proudly. The Alumni Council remains a critical partner for Alumni Affairs in reimagining peer engagement. The number of alumni serving as Trustees and Associates Council members continues to grow. And an ever-increasing number of student internships are secured by Prep alumni. Our alumni do so much, yet are always seeking to do more. We are grateful. The following pages acknowledge alumni contributions of $100 or more attributed to Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018).

ALUMNI COUNCIL

TRUSTEES

Leadership and Alumni Trustees Leslie-Bernard Joseph (P9 XI) President and Trustee Francisco Estrada (IX) Chair, Personal & Professional Development Committee and Trustee Renata Henry (XXII) Chair, Fundraising Committee and Trustee Yvonne Morel (XXVIII) Chair, Community Engagement Committee and Trustee

Dale Allsopp (VII), Corporate Trustee from Google Yahonnes Cleary (P9 V), Corporate Trustee from Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP Natalie Hutchinson (XIV), Individual Trustee Chris James (IX), Individual Trustee Sue Meng (XV), Corporate Trustee from Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Members Amanda Boston (XXII) Akilah Crichlow (XXII) Imani Dawson (IX) Roland Persaud (LA II) Natasha Rivera (XXV) Lovey Roundtree Oliff (P9 VI) Raymond Walker (P9 I) Braxton Winston (P9 X) We are grateful to outgoing Alumni Council members Chidi Akusobi (XXIV), Anne-Carmene Almonord (XV), Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV), Vaughn Caldon (XI), Jonathan Figueroa (P9 XV), Zachary Hamed (XXVI), and Ezequiel Minaya (V) for their service.

ASSOCIATES COUNCIL MEMBERS Kevin Otero (XII), Chair Franklin Amoo (XIV) Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) Andre Benjamin (XIV) Jerry Bright (IX) Peter-Charles Bright (XII) Steve M. Del Villar (P9 II) Ettie Philitas (P9 XII) Kelly Salazar (XXIV) Miguel Vargas (P9 XVIII) Tameka Watler Koney (XVIII) Karen Young (IV) We are grateful to outgoing Associates Council members Jarrett Cobbs (XV) and Ed Poteat (VI) for their service.

PA RT I C I PAT I O N

DONORS

AMOUNT GIVEN

AMOUNT R AISED from outside sources

33%

1,022

$380,139

$135,550

of all college graduates

L I L AC B A L L

154

alums attended

INTERNSHIPS secured by Prep alums

51%

of all opportunities


TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL ALUMNI GIVING CAMPAIGN

SCHOOL CHAMPIONS Dale Allsopp (VII/Calhoun ’91) Esther Cajuste (P9 XI/Kent ’02) Jiakun James Ding (XXIV/Hunter College HS ’08) Chevelle Dixon (XIX/Nightingale ’03) Andre Douglas (XXVII/VCS ’07, Packer ’11) Edem Dzubey (XXIII/Riverdale ’07) Jonathan Figueroa (P9 XV/Andover ’06) Rosanny Gonzalez (P9 XVII/Williston ’08) Ashley Taylor Greaves (XXVIII/Poly Prep ’12) Kara Hamilton (XV/Spence ’99) Renata Henry (XXII/Trinity ’06) Ronette Hope (XXIII/Packer ’07) Muriel Isaac (XVII/Chapin ’01) Stephanie Jimenez (XXIV/Sacred Heart ’08) Marie Kirton (XXIII/Hewitt ’07) Karen LesPierre (I/Horace Mann ’85) Amanda Loyola (XXVI/Horace Mann ’10) Michael Makinde (XIX/Hackley ’03) Natalie McBride (P9 XVIII/Exeter ’09) Jahnelle McMillan (P9 XIV/Lawrenceville ’05) Daniela Monous (XXVII/Saint Ann’s ’11) Mikaela Monous (XXVII/Packer ’11) Yvonne Morel (XXVIII/Nightingale ’12) Etzerson Philitas (P9 XII/Andover ’03) Amy Ramirez Rodriguez (XXII/LREI ’06) Christian Rutherford (IX/Poly Prep ’93) Kelly Salazar (XXIV/Brearley ’08) Nicole Sheppard (XVIII/Birch Wathen Lenox ’02) Yu Wong (VI/Dalton ’90) Fazal Yameen (P9 XI/Milton ’02) Jessica Zapas (P9 XVI/Deerfield ’07)

THE MOTTO CIRCLE : INTEGRITY ($ 25,000 +)

Valentin Vasquez (IX) in memory of Avery Man (IX) ♦ Tameka Watler Koney (XVIII) & Owuraka Koney

Franklyn A. Arthur (III) Todd Anthony Blandino (P9 XII) ♦ Donnell Butler (VII) ♦ Paula Campbell Roberts (X) ♦ Christopher James (IX) & Jessica James ♦ Selby Chen (XIV) BE THE DREAM SOCIETY ♦ Natalie Swaby Hutchinson (XIV) in memory of Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) ($ 2,000 +) & Russ Hutchinson Xhingyu Chen (XIII) & David Chitayat ♦ Aliah Greene (VIII) Tszyu Chen-Holmes (X) ♦ Jazmin A. Hogan (P9 VII) THE MOTTO CIRCLE : ♦ Francine Chew (P9 V) COMMITMENT ♦ Kenechi Igbokwe (P9 XIV) Daniele Chinea Shayegan (XI) ($15,000 +) ♦ Marene Jennings (X) Jeffrey Chung (XXVII) ♦ Yahonnes Cleary (P9 V) & Carolyn Sha (XVI) ♦ Renee M. Chung (XVII) & Marcie Cleary ♦ Wayne Warner (XIX) Vinson Cunningham (XIX) Sue Meng (XV) & ♦ Kristen Clarke (P9 II) Antonius Kufferath FOUNDER’S CLUB Sana Coleman Chriss (VI) ♦ Kevin Otero (XII) & ($1,000 +) Jackson Collins (XII) Laura Trainor ♦ David O. Alade (XXI) ♦ Angelique Cooper (P9 III) ♦ Karen Young (IV) ♦ Waldir Alvarez (P9 III) ♦ Akilah Crichlow (XXII) ♦ Victor O. Amoo (XVII) ♦ Cristina Cruz-Calderon (VII) & THE MOTTO CIRCLE : Craig Calderon ♦ Jasen Bell (XX) COUR AGE ♦ The Dao Family: Gia Phu Dao (VII); Elaine Chen Shi (XXI) ($10,000 +) Gia Thang Dao (X); ♦ Obadele Davis (P9 II) Tatiana Cordoba (XVI) & Gia Nghia “Nar” Dao (XI); Vasavi Devireddy (XX) George Cabrera III (XIV) William Dao (XIV) Malik Duncan (VII) Cheryl Dawson Kaba (P9 VIII) Kaye Ea (IX) APOLLO SOCIETY Chondita Dayton (XV) ♦ Karenne Eng (XVII) ($ 5,000 +) Shanya Dingle (P9 V) ♦ Maisha Gilyard-Dejean (IV) & ♦ Andre Benjamin (XIV) & Erica Dukes (II) Tulani Gilyard Kerryann Benjamin ♦ Nikita Dyer (XXII) ♦ Eric Gyasi (XVII) & Rae Gyasi ♦ Jemina Bernard (IX) & Latasha Edwards (XII) Courtney Harrison (P9 V) Stan Trybulski ♦ Anna Edwin (P9 XII) ♦ Nyssa Fajardo Lee (XV) & Ricardo Howell (V) & ♦ Angel Ferrer, Jr. (VIII) Angela Howell Chris Lee Sean Friday (XVIII) ♦ Muriel Isaac (XVII) ♦ Francis Idehen (P9 IV) & Safiyah Greene (XVI) in memory of Nicola Idehen Lenite G. and Acelius E. Isaac ♦ Ernest Gyasi (XXI) ♦ Etzerson Philitas (P9 XII) ♦ Kenya A. James (P9 II) ♦ Zachary Hamed (XXVI) Sandra Socastro (V) & ♦ Renata G. Henry (XXII) Sameea Kasim (XIV) Gautam Parasnis Errol King (P9 XI) Keith Hines (XVII) & Arionna DiPietro Yi Zhou (XXI) ♦ Jamaal Lesane (X) ♦ Sandra Idehen (P9 X) in honor of Katy Bordonaro ♦ Douglas D. McPherson (XXI) LEGACY CIRCLE ($ 2,500 +) Yvette Mercado Hammel (III) & ♦ Kevin Keith (XIX) Jeff Hammel Himi Khan (IX) ♦ Dale Allsopp (VII) & ♦ Wei-Kuo Miao (VI) ♦ Warren King (XX) Jacquelyn Allsopp ♦ Franklin Olakunle Amoo (XIV) Balfe Morrison (XXIV) Kristine Kippins (XIV) ♦ Kimberley Knowles (IV) ♦ Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) Ikechi Ogbonna (XVIII) ♦ Franky Kong (I) & Jenni Kim ♦ Jerry Bright (IX) & Leticia Roach (P9 IV) ♦ Christopher Robles (XVIII) Patrice Reives-Bright E-Bai Koo (VI) ♦ Karen LesPierre (I) Simone Brown (XII) Elliot Sanchez (P9 IV) ♦ Miguel Sanchez (XVII) & ♦ Berta Matos (XV) Paul Sung-il Choi (XIV) ♦ Shenequa McLeod (P9 VIII) Sandra Chow (XVI) & Joe Werner Nicole Sanchez Steven Sun (XVII) & Leah Trzcinski ♦ Jessica Melendez Rodriguez (P9 IX) & Jarrett Cobbs (XV) ♦ Omar M. Syed (P9 XVII) & ♦ Eion D’Anjou (P9 X) Joshua M. Rodriguez (P9 IX) Michelle G. Kim ♦ Benjamin Mensah (XXIII) ♦ Terri-Anne Davis-Merchant (XI) Claudia Villar (IX) & Jackson Merchant Yuka Miyanomae (XXXII) ♦ Larry Welch (IX) ♦ Steve M. Del Villar (P9 II) & Damian Monteiro (P9 I) Kwana Del Villar Larry Wiltshire (XII) ♦ Nordia Morris Edwards (XV) ♦ Pang Lee (IX) ♦ Theresa Wong (VI) ♦ Adepeju Oduye (XVI) ♦ Steve Lee (XV) ♦ Anthony Wright (V) Jeffrey Ogbara (XIV) Edward Poteat (VI) Anonymous ♦ Cesar Perez (V) ♦ Roald Richards (VII) ♦ Joanne D. Quinones (IV) ♦ Christopher J. Richardson (V) LEADERSHIP CIRCLE Jasmine Richards (P9 VII) ♦ Shawn Rose (XIV) ($ 500 +) ♦ Alexia Robinson (XVIII) ♦ Kelly Salazar (XXIV) & ♦ Sheila R. Adams (P9 X) & Monica Rodriguez (P9 VI) Alex Kimball Karume James Akobe Sandy (XIII) ♦ Gaby Santana Goldstein (XXII) & ♦ Anne-Carmene Almonord (XV) Jolene Saul (XII) Adam Goldstein David Anderson (XV) ♦ Omar Slowe (XIII) ♦

Indicates an individual who has given to the last five consecutive Campaigns

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EVENT HIGHLIGHTS 40th Anniversary Alumni Summit Alumni Generous Donors Event Alumni Holiday Party Alumni Preparatory Panels March Mania Winners Happy Hour Nightingale Prep Reunion Prep in LA Reception Prep in Tech Mixer Spring into Fitness CrossFit Session Trinity Prep XL Reunion Undergraduate and Alumni Affairs Graduation Party

♦ Lev Steshenko (X) ♦ Miguel Correa (XII) Amaris Modesto (XX) ♦ Pascal Moise (XVIII) Muffadal Taher (P9 VI) Shaundell Cyntje (XVI) Quinnie Tan (XIII) Brenda Daniels (XVII) Yvonne Morel (XXVIII) ♦ Sherene S. Davidson (P9 XVI) ♦ Glendaly Munoz Michael Tang (XIX) Chukwuma (XVIII) ♦ Dionne Thomas Pulcinella (P9 III) ♦ Nichole Davis (XXII) in honor of Linda Munro (XIV) Dasheeda Dawson (XII) Katy and Peter Bordonaro ♦ Michael Muscianesi (XVII) Imani Dawson (IX) Kenneth Thompson (XXIV) Mariama Ndiaye (XXIX) ♦ Danielle Di Penti Gee (XVII) ♦ Na’eema Thompson (XVII) Andre C. Newland (XXX) ♦ Edem Dzubey (XXIII) Jorge Valcarcel (XI) ♦ Esosa Ogbahon (P9 VI) Sami Ellong (XIX) ♦ Cassandra Walters (P9 IX) Sonia Olivo Alfieri (P9 IX) & ♦ Clifford Emmanuel (XVIII) Craig Alfieri Raza Wani (XXV) & Wani Family ♦ Jonathan “Figgy” ♦ Chrisanne Wilks (P9 IV) George Ortega (XXV) Figueroa (P9 XV) Nicholas Patacsil (P9 XIII) Dionne Wilson Gumbs (XII) & Gregory Francis (XVI) Alex Gumbs Mrs. & Mr. Omar Pereyra (XII) ♦ Sherwyn Fullington (XIII) & ♦ Melanie Wilson-Taylor (XII) & Grace Tyndall Jasminee Persaud (IX) Gerald Taylor (XII) ♦ Eddie Garcia II (XI) ♦ Sheldon Philp (IV) Angus Wong (XII) ♦ Elbert Garcia (IX) Gabriel Prestol (XIX) ♦ Eng L. Wong (IX) ♦ Amy Victoria Ramirez Renee Garrick (XXIV) in memory of Avery Man (IX) Rodriguez (XXII) Iyesatu Gary-Chari (IX) ♦ Kenneth Wong (XII) Nancy Reyes McLaughlin (IX) Luis Garzon (III) Phillip Wong (VI) ♦ Lovey Roundtree Oliff (P9 VI) Tiffany Gooden (XIV) ♦ Yang Xu (XIX) ♦ Marcel Salas (XXV) ♦ Tamieka Goulbourne (P9 VI) Thomas Yih (VII) ♦ Naved Sheikh (XV) Julie Gould (XXVII) Anonymous ♦ Leticia Smith-Evans Haynes (XI) Karen Greer (IV) Madeline Souffront-Garcia (IV) ♦ Tawana Guillaume (P9 XII) & LIL AC CLUB ♦ Akim St. Omer (XVIII) Rean Griffith ($ 250 +) Olivia Gutierrez Parkin (P9 VIII) ♦ Aiysha Taylor (XIII) ♦ Roberto Acosta (P9 X) & Todd Parkin Wayne Taylor (VIII) Candida Aguilar-Salim (XIII) ♦ Gary Guzman (X) ♦ Jonee Taylor-Johnson (P9 IV) & ♦ Chioma Ajoku (XVIII) Jerry Johnson Xiomara Hall (P9 I) ♦ Chidi Akusobi (XXIV) Erica Terry Derryck (VII) Crystal Harper (XXVII) Deidre Alexander (XXI) ♦ Tuong-Long Tsang (VII) Vivian Hernandez (P9 XV) Algeria Aljure (XV) & ♦ Miguel Vargas (P9 XVIII) Melle Hock (XVIII) Justus Morris ♦ John Huang (VII) Nicholas Velazquez (XXIII) Thomas Alston (XXII) ♦ William Huang (XXIV) ♦ Seagram M. Villagomez (XI) ♦ Jaynemarie Enyonam Angbah (XIV) Afiya Jackson (XVI) Graig Warner (XI) in memory of Ashaki Jacquet (P9 XVIII) Daniel Weng (XXIX) Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) Monique Wilson (XXI) Nicole Ansell Thomas (P9 IX) Daylon James (XI) Dareema Jenkins Hughes (XVII) ♦ Yu Wong (VI) ♦ Leconie Archer (P9 X) ♦ Leslie-Bernard Joseph (P9 XI) ♦ Fazal Yameen (P9 XI) Gary Bahadur (VII) ♦ Freda Koomson (XX) ♦ John Yi (XV) ♦ Justin J. Bain (XXII) Zuhairah La Mont Tillinghast (XI) ♦ Robyn Young (VIII) ♦ Naima Jean Baker Garvin (XIII) ♦ Brian Leung (XV) ♦ Tony Yung (XII) Sara C. Bedoya (XXIII) ♦ Mei Li Zhen (XVII) Katrina Lewis (XXIII) Savitri Bishnath (P9 VIII) ♦ Monica Liriano (XV) Anonymous (2) Darnell Blackwell (IV) Shirley Vanessa Lope (XXV) Peter-Charles Bright (XII) ♦ Tomas Lopez (XVIII) THE BROWNSTONE ♦ Deana Brown (XVIII) SOCIETY ($150 +) Amanda Loyola (XXVI) ♦ Sherie Carnegie (P9 V) ♦ Clarence Agbi (XXI) Megan Lui (XXV) ♦ Kevin Carter (XX) Danique McGowan (XXIX) Brandon Aguirre (XXX) Roman Castellanos (XXVII) ♦ Priscilla Aquino Garza (XIII) & Eduardo Medina (P9 V) ♦ Silvia Chan-Raptis (XII) Jorge Garza ♦ Frances Messano (XIV) ♦ Ryan Chapoteau (P9 XIII)

♦ Lionel Archille (X) Nyelle Barley (XXVI) Christian Benjamin (XXVIII) Joanna Bethencourt-Mason (III) ♦ Amanda Boston (XXII) Roosevelt Bowman (XI) ♦ Rachelle Brignol Lerner (P9 XIII) & Adam Lerner ♦ Deborah Campbell (P9 XII) ♦ Edwige Cantave (P9 X) Shayna Capers (XXVII) ♦ Cherell Carr Harris (VI) ♦ Andeliz N. Castillo (P9 X) ♦ Alfred Cazeau (XIV) & Sishush Maru Bill Chan (XI) ♦ Matthew H. Charity (VIII) & Sudha Setty Nancy Chen (XXVIII) ♦ The Claudio Family: Christina Claudio (P9 XIII), Olivia Claudio (P9 XVI), Thelma and Lope Claudio ♦ Eryan Cobham (XIV) Miles Collins (XXIX) Lizzette Colon (VII) ♦ Michael Alexander Colon (IV) ♦ Kim Cortes (P9 X) ♦ Hajera Dehqanzada Lyle (XIX) Daevid Devallon (XXI) ♦ Julia Diaz Rodriguez (XVIII) Joy Dixon (XX) ♦ Darryl Dove (XIV) Meghan Elrington-Clayton (XIII) ♦ Francisco Estrada (IX) Nora Etienne (P9 XXII) Adrienne Favis (XXVII) ♦ Janelle Fouche (P9 XVI) ♦ Kembey N. Gbarayor Jr. (XV) ♦ Pamela Gee Chowayou (III) William Gilyard (P9 VII) ♦ Amiko Glasford (XIV) & Tibita Kaneene Ricardo Godoy (XI) Brandon Gordon (XVII) Weiyi Guo (XX) ♦ Sofia Gutierrez (P9 X) Lovia Gyarkye (XXVIII) ♦ Amina Harris Elderfield (XI) ♦ James W. Harris III (XI) ♦ Adrienne Harrison (P9 VI) Kevin Herrera (XXVIII) Harlo Holmes (XVII) Gerren Hong (XXVI) Travis Hutchinson (XXVII)

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Linda Jaffa (XXII) & Elias Jaffa Gillian Wallace Noel (P9 VII) & Eren Hock (XVII) Peter Noel ♦ Janelle James (XII) Jenny Huang (XIX) Tisheya Ward (XXVIII) ♦ Denise James-Manuel (V) Victor Hunt (P9 XXIII) ♦ Lisa Watson (XVII) ♦ Alexander Jean (P9 VIII) ♦ Justin Huynh (XVIII) Marvin West (IX) Elizabeth Jimenez (XXIV) Tatiana Hyman (P9 XXII) Deidra Willis (P9 XVIII) ♦ Kevin Johnson (P9 IV) ♦ Nicole Innis (IX) Philip Wong (XIV) Cherisse Keller (XVII) Sabrina Islam (XVIII) ♦ Taroo Yasuzawa (XIV) Katy Knight (XXIII) Carlette Jennings (P9 VII) Lucia Zhou (XXIII) ♦ Gina (Ying) Lam (IV) Alberto Jimenez, Jr. (XXIII) Anonymous (4) ♦ Jade Johnson (XXIV) & Gim Fung Lau (X) Alex James (XXI) ♦ Henry H. Lau (XII) ♦ Jessica Johnson-Cope (VIII) 1978 CLUB ♦ Joe W. Lee (XVI) ($100 +) Renee Johnston (X) ♦ Brienne Leon (P9 XI) ♦ Judith Joseph Jenkins (VII) ♦ Johanna D. Lopez Paraizo (P9 XIV) Taha Abdul-Basser (VIII) Roshanie Adhin Ross (VIII) Christina Jung (XXII) Jonathan Louie (P9 XVI) Kelly Alvarez (P9 XIV) Alexander King (XXI) Saif Madar (XII) Anthony Anderson (XXIV) Kim Ladd (XXV) ♦ Michael A. Makinde (XIX) ♦ Theresa Lasbrey Peters (X) & Benjamin Maldonado III (P9 VI) ♦ Nakia Antonatos (XI) Brian Peters ♦ Andrea Armstong Wolff (P9 VII) Allyson Martinez (X) Glenn Lashley (XIX) ♦ Karen Ash (XV) Ngozi Max-Macarthy (P9 XX) Natasha Leitch Huggins (XIII) Laura Askew Koch (II) Stephanie McCalmon (XX) Jennefer Lema (P9 XIX) Milana Baker (XXVI) ♦ Natanya Mitchell (XII) ♦ Jose Leonor (XVIII) Rosemarie Barker (LA II) Aliza Molgora (XXVIII) Monique Lewis (P9 VII) ♦ Diahann Billings-Burford (VI) Shannon N. Mouzon (P9 XIII) Nicole Loncke (XXVI) Beselot Birhanu (XXIX) ♦ Sarai Narvaez (XXI) Faith Lyde (XXVII) Orlando Gaspar Bishop (VI) ♦ Maxwell I. Nwaru Jr. (LA I) Kevin Ma (P9 XXII) ♦ Matthew Blackburn (XXVI) Helen Ogbara Reeves (XVII) Julianne Malvezzi (XVIII) ♦ Diogenes Brito (XXIII) Stefan Oliva (XXVI) ♦ Anika Martin (P9 XIII) Amanda Bueno (XXI) Adeyinka Oyesile (P9 VIII) David Martinez (P9 XIV) Naomi Buie (XXII) ♦ Gigi N. Parris (XVI) Shari McKenzie (P9 XV) Joshua Byron-Cox (XXVIII) ♦ Gawain Patterson (P9 XIV) ♦ Joal Mendonsa (XVIII) ♦ Stephanie Cabrera Esenwa (XIII) Christopher Petrie (X) ♦ Chiniqua N. Milligan (XI) Carlos Martin Carle (XII) ♦ Jamall Pollock (IX) Ezequiel Minaya (V) ♦ Rhia Catapano (XXV) Shamika Pryce (XVII) Nichelle J. Miyakoshi (II) Karamo Ceesay (P9 XVIII) ♦ Lexer Quamie Mayers (XI) Shana Mojica (XVIII) & in memory of Lawrence Charles (P9 XII) Carlos Mojica (XVII) Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) ♦ Ellen W. Chu (XXIII) Daniela Monous (XXVII) ♦ Julia Quintanilla (XXII) Troy Clair, Jr. (XV) ♦ Andres Morey (P9 VII) ♦ Chavaughn Raines (XVII) Crystal Clarke (P9 XVI) Shantel Moses (P9 II) Rhoda Raji Vandyck (XIV) ♦ Kadeem Cooper (XXII) Melissa Muniz Cohen (IX) Anthony Ramirez II (XII) ♦ Angela Lorena Coral (XX) Alisha Murdock (P9 XVIII) Zahra Ruffin (XXIX) Sherrie Corbin (P9 V) Mitsuki Nishimoto (XXIX) ♦ Alex Ruiz (P9 II) Dania Cordova (XV) ♦ Danielle Noel (XX) Christian Rutherford (IX) Duane Cranston (VIII) Bolutife Ogunsuyi (XXVII) Alexia Sabogal (XXIX) Christine Croasdaile (XXIX) Daniel Ortega (XXVII) Ali Salas (XXV) ♦ Frankie Cruz (I) ♦ ♦ Davita Scarlett (XXII) ♦ Angelina Darrisaw Cheeks (XXI) Omayra Ortega (P9 V) Angel Ortiz (IV) John Scott, Jr. (VIII) Andrea De Leon (XXVI) ♦ Kimika Sergeant (XIV) Edwin Diaz (P9 XVI) Annie Shi (XXIV) Vicente Diaz (P9 V) ♦ Evette Stair (XVIII) Martin Duran (XIII) Calvin Sung (XXI) ♦ William J. Eaves (P9 VII) Milton Syed (P9 XXIII) Ebieten Elmsoxogu (P9 V) ♦ Bo Tan (VI) ♦ Abe Fernandez (VIII) Danielle Tappitake Weir (XIX) Reynaldo Fernandez (VIII) & Eso Romero Shaquinah Taylor (XIX) ♦ Dannette Tejeda (P9 XVIII) Brandi Flournoy Sinclair (P9 XII) Kenneth Gaye (P9 XV) Lawrence Tenn (XXVIII) ♦ Michael Thomas (XXIV) April Grigsby (XIII) Miguel Guadalupe (X) Malcolm Thompson (XXVIII) ♦ Jeffrey Vargas (VII) Stacey Guerrero (XXIII) ♦ Raymond Vega (VII) N’Dea Hallett (P9 XX) ♦ Randolph Vesprey (XIX) Amelia Hernandez (P9 VI) Kevin Herrera (XVIII) Charita Walcott (XIX)

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♦ Akil Pascal (XVI) Jason B. Phillips (XI) Nolly Portillo-Pastore (P9 V) ♦ Aiesha Powell (XXIII) ♦ Mona Quarless (XXIV) Atiba Quintyne (P9 XI) Elizabeth Raji-Greig (XVI) Daniel Ramirez (XIII) & Eliza Bobek Michael Rasalan (P9 II) Demetra Ray Caldwell (XIII) Matthew Rey (XIX) ♦ John Riggins, Jr. (P9 XVII) Sherina Ritter (XXII) ♦ Jonathan Rivas (P9 XV) Daniel Rivera (XII) ♦ Dunia Rkein (XX) ♦ Eric Rosas (XXV) Elizabeth Santiago Weinstock (V) Sarah Sayeed (III) Njeri Semaj (P9 IV) ♦ Naledi Semela (XXII) Kamika Shaw (XXVI) Donald Sherman (XIV) Milagros Silva-Bermudez (V) Bryan A. Small (P9 XI) Arielle Snagg (XXV) ♦ Fallon Soltau (XVIII) & Kevin Soltau (P9 VI) Yulia Steshenko (XV) ♦ Angela Su (XXV) ♦ Jimmy Tom (XI) Michael Torres (V) Jessica Tsouplakis (XII) Toufique Uddin (XIX) ♦ Julian Vasquez (XXIII) Sabine Vilsaint (LA I) ♦ Nichole Walford (XXII) Scott Wang (XXII) Marlowe Williams (LA II) Maxine Williams Khan (XVIII) Sadjada Wilson (XXV) Betty Wong Ortiz (VI) Jian Yang (XVI) Dillon Yearwood (P9 XXII) Vance Young (VI) Jessica E. Zapas (P9 XVI) Michael Zapas (P9 XIV) Stephen Zhang (XXV) Anonymous (6)


staff EXECUTIVE OFFICE † Aileen C. Hefferren Chief Executive

† Jackson Collins (XII)

Associate Executive Director

Tyece McLean

Human Resources Manager

Alexzandra Tellez (XXIV) Executive Assistant

* Jin Rubenstein Assistant

TALENT SEARCH † Johanna Rodriguez Director of Admissions

Naledi Semela (XXII)

Associate Director of Admissions

Rachel Genao

Admissions Off icer

Patrice Lopez (XX) Admissions Off icer

Janil Tejada

Admissions Off icer

Philip Thomas, Jr. Admissions Off icer

Imani Wallace

Admissions Off icer

Thalia Emdin

Admissions Coordinator

* Siobhan O’Leary Testing Coordinator

ACADEMIC PROGR AMS † Nikole Smith

Director of Academic Programs

* Aiysha Taylor (XIII) Clinical Social Worker

Prep Preparatory Component Mujidat Shotonwa (XX) Assistant Director

Gerardo Perez Dean of Students

Marisela Sepúlveda Dean of Student Life

Silvia Valcarcel

Administrative Assistant

* Amanda Nelson

Guidance Counselor

* Jared Lindo (XXXIII) Head of the Summer Advisory System

* Melissa Pagan (XXXIII)

Assistant Head of the Summer Advisory System

* Taylor Correa White (XXXIII)

Assistant Head of the Summer Advisory System

PREP 9 Preparatory Component Akintoye Moses Director

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES † Cindy Perez

Alissa Fallesgon Dean of Students

Director of Leadership Development Opportunities

Imani Woodley

Michael O’Leary

Administrative Assistant

* Jinese Haskins

Guidance Counselor

* Brandon Radcliffe (P9 XXV) Head of the Summer Advisory System

COUNSELING † Ivan Tatis

Director of Counseling

Aisha Shah

Associate Director of Counseling

Leigh Pomeranz Program Assistant

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Andrea Conde (P9 XXIII) Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

Christine Croasdaile (XXIX) Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

Justin Hyacinth (XXII)

Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

Danielle Montañez

Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

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Noelle Bellamy

Post-Placement Counselor, Upper School

Ibidayo Fayanju

Post-Placement Counselor, Upper School

Veronica Rivera (XVIII) Post-Placement Counselor, Upper School

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Ismail Lawal (P9 III)

Post-Placement Counselor, Boarding School

Olubanke Martins

Post-Placement Counselor, Boarding School

Sarah Ratsimbazafy

Post-Placement Counselor, Boarding School

Communications Annie Lee

Associate Director of Communications

Alumni Affairs Muriel Isaac (XVII)

Director of Leadership Development Projects

Director of Alumni Affairs

Justine Santana

Alumni Affairs Coordinator

Program Manager

* Beselot Birhanu (XXIX)

Assistant, Leadership Development Special Projects

College Guidance Shari Fallis

Director of College Guidance

Karen Alonzo (XXIII) Assistant Director of College Guidance

Professional Advancement Rebecca Ervey Director of Professional Advancement

Orellana del Fierro

Professional Advancement Coordinator — College

Raha Maalin

Professional Advancement Coordinator — High School

UNDERGR ADUATE AFFAIRS

Chevelle Dixon (XIX) Tiffany McKay

Alumni Affairs Data Manager

* Ashley Greaves (XXVIII) Assistant

FINANCE & ADMINISTR ATION † Sharon Madison

Vice President for Administration

Kiwi Partners

Finance and Accounting

Brandon Henriquez Director of Technology

Sha-Ron Wimbish Technology Associate

Ivan Gaton

Database Administrator

* Jilly Gee

Help Desk Technician

Kelvin DeSilva

Director of Operations

Kenny Ramos

Facilities Coordinator

Candice Clawson

Abena Dwamena

Director of Undergraduate Affairs

71st Street Receptionist

Leslie Francois (P9 XXI)

Maria Guisado

Undergraduate Affairs Off icer

Amanda Vidal

Undergraduate Affairs Off icer

* Lindsay McKenzie Graduate Assistant

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS † Francesca Ryan

Interim Vice President for External Affairs

* Haynee Johnson

External Affairs Associate

Development Sheryl George

91st Street Receptionist

* Christopher Medina Porter

ORGANIZATION-WIDE RESOURCE PERSONNEL * Michele Owens, PhD Senior Staff Psychologist

* Chioma Ajoku (XVIII) Psychologist

* Johnny Cook

Senior Counselor

* Vincent Walker

Clinical Social Worker

Associate Director of Development

Pamela Rykowski

Associate Director of Development

Arlene Malave-Vazquez Senior Associate Director of Data Management

Dominique Mohansingh

Development and Special Events Coordinator

As of October 2018 † Executive Staff * Part-Time Position Note: Roman numerals following a name denote a Prep for Prep or PREP 9 Contingent. All individuals listed this way are Prep alumni.


trustees BOARD OF TRUSTEES Martin Lipton

Chair Emeritus Partner, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

John L. Vogelstein

BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND ASSOCIATES COUNCIL

Alex Clavel

Frank J. Loverro

Yahonnes Cleary (P9 V)

Bridget Macaskill

Richard d’Albert

Paula Karstens Mahoney Julie Monaco

Partner, SoftBank Group

Partner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Chair Emeritus Special Limited Partner, Warburg Pincus; Chairman, New Providence Asset Management

Principal & Co-CIO, Seer Capital Management

Scott L. Bok

President, Callisto Capital Management, Inc.

Chair CEO, Greenhill & Co., LLC

Lisa Smith Cashin President

Daniel M. Neidich

Executive Vice President CEO, Dune Real Estate Partners

Frank K. Bynum, Jr.

Danielle Danese

Co-CEO, Kelso & Company

Chairman, First Eagle Investment Management

Managing Director, Global Public Sector, Corporate and Investment Banking, Citi

Vice President Chairman, REI Capital, LLC

John H. Hall, Esq.

Vice President & Secretary Of Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Sue Meng (XV)

CEO, MCR/Morse Development

R. Tyler Morse

Peter-Charles Bright (XII)

Jonathan Moses

Indra Chandra

Jeannemarie O’Brien

Roman Chiporukha

Christopher Ortega

Alex Daniels

Sandy Osborne

Steve M. Del Villar (P9 II)

Managing Director, Global Co-Head Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Eric Derfner

Pascal Desroches

Alexander R. Edlich

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

Francisco J. Estrada (IX)

Senior Diversity Sourcer, Nike

John Eydenberg

Chairman, Deutsche Bank

Patricia Farman-Farmaian Senior Vice President, Stribling & Associates

Kevin Ferro

CEO, Vatera Holdings LLC

Peter Anzalone

President, Field Operations, PURE Insurance

Arun Alagappan

Founder & President, Advantage Testing Inc. Advantage Testing Foundation

Mark Galante

Jeremy W. Gelber, M.D.

Senior Managing Director, Centerbridge Partners, L.P.

Carl D. Harnick Renata G. Henry (XXII)

Herb Allen

Associate Director, Alumnae Relations, The Hewitt School

John Allman*

Christopher James (IX)

President, Allen & Company LLC

Head of School, Trinity School

Dale Allsopp (VII)

Chief of Staff — Shopping & Travel, Google

Nicole Arnaboldi

Vice Chairman, Asset Management, Credit Suisse

Conor Bastable

Managing Member, Davidson Kempner Capital Management LLC

Anson H. Beard

President, Luxon Financial LLC

Ronald E. Blaylock

Founder & Managing Partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners

Jorge Calderon Kenneth Caplan

Jerry Bright (IX)

James P. DeMare

Managing Director, Angelo Gordon

Vice President & Assistant Secretary Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Vice President & Treasurer Partner, EY LLP

Director, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Managing Director Business Development, Trawler Capital Management LLC

Partner, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

Executive Vice President & CFO, Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc.

Eric A. Rothfeld

Andre Benjamin (XIV) Michael Bogorad

Yvonne Morel (XXVIII)

Margaret Munzer Loeb

Vice President

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison

Client Strategist, Undertone

CIO and Partner, Partner, Crescent Sky Real Estate Partners, LLC Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

James R. Maher

David Beller

Elizabeth B. Dater

Vice President Managing Director, Kelso & Company Vice President Founder, MML Productions

Emily Becher

SVP, Head of Samsung Next International, Samsung

Partner, TPG Capital

Managing Director, Kelso & Company

Lissa Perlman

Senior Vice President, Kekst & Company, Inc.

Trevor Price

Leslie-Bernard Joseph (P9 XI) Deputy Executive Director, Coney Island Prep

Anthony Kim

Partner, Centerview Partners

Robin Krasny

Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Jay L. Kriegel

Senior Advisor, Related Companies

Laurence C. Leeds, Jr.

Chairman, Buckingham Capital Management

James R. Levy

Managing Director, Warburg Pincus

Managing Partner, Candlewood Spectrum Founder & CFO, Roman & Erica, Inc.

Principal, Fayerweather Capital Partners, LLC

Internal Audit Managing Director, AIG Commercial Insurance

Alexandra Dowd

Director, CHANEL, Inc.

Timothy Erb

Founder & CEO, Oxeon Holdings

Managing Director, Allen & Company LLC

Richard Schaps

Courtney Goldsmith

Lou Shapiro

Adam S. Goldstein

Chairman and CEO, Van Wagner Group

President & CEO, Hospital for Special Surgery

William A. Shutzer

Partner & Senior Managing Director, Evercore Partners

Peg Sullivan

Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

Marisa Rose van Bokhorst Michael West

Managing Director, Global Ratings & Research, Natalie Swaby Hutchinson (XIV) Moody’s Senior Managing Director, Blackstone

CEO, Brighter Real Estate Group, LLC

Co-Founder, Green Below 14

Managing Director, Harvard Management Company

Lewis Hart

Senior Vice President, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

Frances Cashin Hodler Lawrence P. Holodak Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Matthew Kann

Senior Associate, Prelude Growth Partners

Tom Keefe

Anita Volz Wien

Director, Oxeon Partners

Brian C. Wille

Partner, Alder Hill Management LP

Chairman, Observatory Group LLC

Wille Family Foundation

Valda Witt

ASSOCIATES COUNCIL Kevin Otero (XII)

Chair Principal, Global Enterprise Tax Solutions, PwC

Franklin Amoo (XIV)

Managing Partner, Baylis Emerging Markets, LLC

Colin Kennedy

David Kestnbaum

Managing Director, Blackstone

Jonathan P. Kohana

Assistant Vice President, Alternatives, AllianceBernstein L.P.

Tameka Watler Koney (XVIII) Marketing Lead, Global Business Marketing, Twitter

Joseph Lai

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company

Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) Emily Lamont Director of Major Gifts, Poly Prep

Global Co-Head, Real Estate, Blackstone

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As of October 2018 * Ex Officio

Prep for Prep is grateful for retiring Trustees Anne-Carmene Almonord (XV), Vaughn Caldon (XI), Jonathan Figueroa (P9 XV), and Babak Yagmaie, and Associates Council members Erin Dillard, Benjamin Bernstein, Jarrett Cobbs (XV), Patrick Dowd, Jackie Meretsky, Leigh Nisonson, Ed Poteat (VI), Graig Springer, and Mathew Van Alstyne for their service.


Andrew Li

Associate, H.I.G. Capital

James Maher Jr.

Principal, Harbor Road Holdings

Corinne Maloney

Managing Director, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Sheena Melwani

Independent Public Relations

John Morley

Vice President, The Cranemere Group Limited

Katharine M. Nadler

Director of Business Development & Partnerships, GLAMSQUAD

Eugene Nardelli Chung-Taek Oh Executive Director, Rabobank

Ettie Philitas (P9 XII) Associate, KKR

Michele Post Kelly Salazar (XXIV) Program Officer, Viking Global Foundation

GrifďŹ n Schroeder

Partner, Tiger Global Management

Christy Searl Ben Sherman Vice President, Ambulnz

Benjamin Silver Managing Director, Maverick Capital

Danielle M. Smith

Principal, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Lauren J. Stewart Todd Swidler

Global Head, Live Video, Twitter

Adam Turteltaub

Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Miguel Vargas (P9 XVIII) Associate, Market Intelligence, Point72

Natalie R. Williams

Managing Director & General Counsel for Responsible Banking & Data, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Karen Young (IV)

Senior Counsel, IBM Corporate Headquarters, IBM

photography: Jay Savulich

Executive Director, Sports & Entertainment Director, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

design: Pamela Mecca

Mark H. Lewis


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Prep for Prep's 2018 Annual Report  

40 YEARS: LAUNCHING LEADERS, INSPIRING CHANGE highlights individuals who reflect the core values that have led to Prep for Prep’s success -...

Prep for Prep's 2018 Annual Report  

40 YEARS: LAUNCHING LEADERS, INSPIRING CHANGE highlights individuals who reflect the core values that have led to Prep for Prep’s success -...

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