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2 0 17 A N N U A L R E P O R T

CHANGE MAKERS

Making Strides in Public Service


mission Prep for Prep develops ethical and effective leaders who reflect our diverse society for the enduring benefit of all. The Prep Community includes over 4,500 students and alumni.


M E S SAG E F RO M TH E C H I E F E X ECU TIV E

Dear Friends, At Prep for Prep, we are serious about measuring our success. We count enrollments, academic accolades, degrees of all stripes, leadership opportunities, and the professional positions earned by our students and alumni. However, what matters most in the end is the extent to which our graduates are shaping a better world as leaders. After all, that is our mission to which we have closely hewn for nearly 40 years. Prep encourages its students and alumni to embrace leadership in every realm, and they are drawn in great numbers to business, education, technology, and media. This annual report, Change Makers, celebrates those alumni who have chosen public service as their lives’ work. The areas and means by which they are affecting urgently needed change are as diverse as they are impressive. In the following pages you’ll see: • Economic Development specialist Shaun Blugh (XVIII) working to diversify Boston’s labor force

and bring new jobs to that city • Environmental Law Professor Maxine Burkett (X) using the force of law to mitigate the effects

of climate change on our most vulnerable global communities • The leader of one of the nation’s most effective civil rights organizations, Kristen Clarke (P9 II),

combatting injustice and discrimination at every turn • The head of California’s largest healthcare advocacy organization, Anthony Wright (V),

fighting to bring medical care to millions These four stellar examples are among hundreds catalyzing change — from kindergarten classrooms in the rural South to affordable housing units in the Bronx, from a public health clinic in Pennsylvania to all levels of local, state, and federal government agencies across the nation. Still others are contributing as volunteers. And behind those nearly 3,000 alums, I am pleased to say over 1,300 middle, high school, and college students are poised to do exactly the same. At a time when faith in our public institutions is at an all-time low, I find these stories cause for great hope. Of course, leaders of this caliber are not forged by one organization or experience alone. Prep’s model requires the partnership and good faith of people like you: our donors, independent schools, colleges, employers, and other partners. We are grateful for your commitment and know that you celebrate the contributions of these outstanding individuals as keenly as we do. In service,

Aileen C. Hefferren

H I G H L I G H T S O F F I S C A L Y E A R 2 0 17 Opportunities: Partnering with Google, Upperline Code, and Code Next, Prep greatly expanded technology opportunities for 36 high school students who excelled at high-level coding and app development.

Academic Programs: For the first time, this summer Prep offered Mandarin Chinese in our Preparatory Component to ensure our students were ready to compete in a global world and to join their independent school classmates at level.

Fundraising: Serving as this year’s Lilac Ball Honoree, Lawrence E. Golub ensured the event was a resounding success, netting over $3 million and attracting over 1,200 guests to celebrate the accomplishments of Prep’s graduating seniors.

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“I am honored and humbled to lead the fight to secure equal justice and opportunity for all.” KRISTEN CLARKE (P9 II/Choate ’93, Harvard ’97) JD, Columbia ’00 President & Executive Director, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law As one of the country’s leading civil rights organizations, the Lawyers’ Committee partners with law firms and grassroots volunteers to combat discrimination and mount litigation in areas including voting rights, educational access, fair housing, hate crimes, and economic and criminal justice.

PHOTO BY JAY SAVULICH

WASHINGTON, D.C.


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“Businesses are most competitive when the labor force reflects the makeup of its communities. They can open the doors to show what we’re all capable of.” SHAUN BLUGH (XVIII/Buckley ’99, Andover ’03, Georgetown ’07) Director of Growth Strategies, Boston Mayor’s Office of Economic Development The city’s economic growth includes Amazon’s expansion of 900 jobs and the construction of General Electric’s new corporate headquarters. Shaun was previously Boston’s first-ever Chief Diversity Officer. BOSTON, MA

PHOTO BY PATRICK O’CONNOR


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“We in academia have a responsibility to serve the public good. Our years of research are valuable only in their ability to chart a more just tomorrow.” MAXINE BURKETT (X/Spence ’94, Williams ’98) JD, UC Berkeley ’02 Professor of Law, University of Hawai’i at Manoa Global Fellow, Environmental Change and Security Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Maxine’s research on climate change policies and their impacts on vulnerable communities are published in several journals and textbooks, including Climate Law and Columbia Journal of International Affairs.

PHOTO BY JONEL JUGUETA OF HONOLULU, HAWAI’I

HONOLULU, HI


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PHOTO BY TWO TWENTY PHOTOS BY TR A HUYNH


“Prep gave me a mission, a method, and a model: the desire to give back, the education and tools to make a difference, and the notion that a nonprofit can change lives — and that I could run my own one day.” ANTHONY WRIGHT (V/Riverdale ’89, Amherst ’93) Executive Director, Health Access Health Access is California’s leading health care advocacy organization fighting for quality, affordable health insurance and equitable health care legislation. Anthony co-chaired the Health4All campaign to win expansion of Medi-Cal coverage for an additional 200,000 low-income children. SACRAMENTO, CA

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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.

•N  early 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.

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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.


INTERNSHIPS Prep for Prep is deeply indebted to the corporations, nonprofits, and government offices that provided 334 internships and professional opportunities to our high school and college students during the summer of 2017. These internships equip our students with valuable experience, marketable skills, and exposure to a variety of fields. If you would like to offer a paid summer internship to a Prep student, please contact padvancement@prepforprep.org. We are especially grateful to the following employers that offered opportunities to four or more Prep interns this past summer.

EMPLOYERS

INTERNS

EMPLOYERS

INTERNS

Bloomberg L.P.

9

Kickstarter

4

Bloomberg Philanthropies

8

Libra Group

4

Columbia University

7

Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Deutsche Bank

8

NYC Department of Health

6

Facebook

5

New York Communities for Change

4

Girls Who Code

7

SUNY Downstate

7

Goldman Sachs

6

Ten-X

4

Hospital for Special Surgery

7

Viacom

4

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

6

JPMorgan Chase

29%

43

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of all internships had a public service or social justice focus.

“We are the movers and shakers of a generation to be reckoned with. We are leaders the likes of which the founders of this great nation could never have imagined in their wildest dreams. But with that status comes a great responsibility: to do more, be better, and never limit ourselves.” TREVOR NUÑEZ (XXXIII/Poly Prep ’17, Penn)

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INTERNSHIPS

(CONTINUED)

EMPLOYERS Accenture Alfred Dunner Allen & Co. AllianceBernstein Alpine Capital Bank Amazon American Museum of Natural History AOL Bank of America Merrill Lynch Beyond Bloomberg L.P. Bloomberg Philanthropies Bolton-St. Johns Office of Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office The Brooklyn Hospital Center CancerCare The Carter Burden Network Center for an Urban Future Center for Popular Democracy Center for Reproductive Rights Centerview Partners Citizens Budget Commission CityRealty Cogent Colgate-Palmolive Columbia University Earth Institute Columbia University Research Labs

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Girls Who Code Go Getter Goldman Sachs Goldsmith & Co. Google BOLD Greater New York Hospital Association Greenhill Grey Healthcare Group Harlem Village Academies Harvard University HBO Henry Street Settlement The HOPE Program Hospital for Special Surgery Hunter Roberts Construction Group i2 STEM Camp Icahn School of Medicine CEYE ideas42 Jacmel Jazz at Lincoln Center JPB Foundation JPMorgan Chase Kickstarter Legal Aid Society Libra Group LIFT Lincoln Center Local Initiatives Support Corporation

CAREER SEMINARS

PREP FOR PREP/ SOTHEBY’S ART ACADEMY

Fourteen career panels introduced students to different industries including science and technology, finance, media, philanthropy, and the arts.

Conceived by the Prep in Arts alumni affinity group and underwritten by Sotheby’s, the inaugural Art Academy enabled 15 Prep high school sophomores to explore the world of visual arts. The four-week course featured both academic and professional components to introduce students to careers in art and prepare them for future internships in the field.

Hosts included:

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Columbia University SHPEP Columbia University SPURS Biomedical Research Common Cause New York Cravath, Swaine & Moore Creative Artists Agency CUNY School of Journalism Davis Polk & Wardwell Debevoise & Plimpton Deutsche Bank Office of Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. DonorsChoose.org Doris Duke Foundation Clinical Research Continuum Downtown Brooklyn Partnership DREAM El Museo del Barrio ESquared Hospitality The Estée Lauder Companies Ethical Culture Fieldston School Evercore EY LLP Facebook Families for Excellent Schools Firelight Media Ford Foundation Foundation Center Geller & Company Geto & de Milly


Maysles Institute McKinsey & Company MDRC Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Morgan Stanley Motivate Mount Sinai MTA National Network National Sawdust NBCUniversal New York Academy of Medicine New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene New York Communities for Change New York County Family Court New York Lawyers for the Public Interest New York Public Advocate’s Office New York Public Library New York Stem Cell Foundation New York University One Equity Partners

Park Avenue Armory Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Penguin Random House Pentagram Poets House Porter Novelli Princeton University Proskauer Rose Related Companies Relay Graduate School of Education Rothschild Search and Care Sesame Workshop Sidewalk Labs Sidley Austin Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Sony Music Sotheby’s SS+K StoryCorps

Studio in a School SUNY Downstate Office of Judge Laura Taylor Swain Sylvia Center Tamid Group Ten-X Tonio Burgos and Associates Tristar Twitter Uncommon Schools Union Settlement Vera Institute of Justice Viacom Vox Media Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Wild Bird Fund WILD Wes Willkie Farr & Gallagher WNYC Workman Publishing World Science Festival

“Jared has become an integral member of our team. Many staff have suggested that Jared apply to work here full time when he is done with school!” Peyton Katz, Pediatric Patient and Family Care Coordinator, review of Hospital for Special Surgery intern JARED ORELLANA (XXXI/Trinity ’15, Columbia)

INSTITUTE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

TR AVEL ABROAD

In 2017, 29 high school students completed Prep for Prep’s IFE, an intensive five-week course in the fundamentals of entrepreneurship with a new coding component taught by Upperline Code. Students created their own business plans with the help of veteran mentors at Google and competed for seed money to invest in their businesses.

Prep for Prep is grateful to our lead partner Student Diplomacy Corps, and additional partners Calder Classics and Amigos de las Americas, which together provided 23 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 62 Prep students. These “camperships” allow our students to attend the camps at low or no cost. Belvoir Terrace Camp Androscoggin Camp Betsey Cox Camp Nashoba North Camp Runoia Camp Sangamon Camp Tapawingo Camp Wawenock Chewonki Camp for Boys Creative Arts & Athletics

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

Albania

Chile

China

Dominican Republic

France

Greece

Italy

Japan

Mexico

Morocco

New Zealand

Paraguay

Spain

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enrollment


INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS

Students Enrolled and Graduated as of October 2017

DAY SCHOOLS

DAY SCHOOLS ENR GRD

BOARDING SCHOOLS

(continued)

ENR GRD

(continued)

ENR GRD

Allen-Stevenson 7 113 Sacred Heart Greenwich 1 1 Concord 4 6 Avenues 13 Saint Ann’s 24 80 Cushing 1 2 Bank Street 2 22 St. Bernard’s 3 72 Eaglebrook 12 Berkeley Carroll 23 53 Saint David’s 5 64 Emma Willard 16 Birch Wathen Lenox 37 St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s 2 3 Ethel Walker 2 5 Brearley 16 143 St. Luke’s 3 49 Fay 1 26 Brooklyn Friends 10 37 Spence 24 100 Fessenden 8 Brooklyn Heights Montessori 1 1 Speyer 5 Groton 1 13 Browning 11 52 Staten Island Academy 9 Gunnery 4 Buckley 8 49 Town 3 104 Indian Mountain 7 Buckley Country Day 5 Trevor Day 5 27 Kent 1 12 Calhoun 4 61 Trinity 45 242 Lawrence Academy 2 Cathedral 3 19 UNIS 1 Marvelwood 1 Chapin 17 98 VCS 3 68 Masters 8 City & Country 5 York Prep 2 10 Millbrook 4 Collegiate 14 148 Other Schools* 19 Miss Porter’s 1 11 Columbia Prep 16 81 NMH 3 8 Dalton 24 135 Oakwood Friends 2 BOARDING SCHOOL S Dwight 5 Oldfields 7 Dwight-Englewood 7 6 Peddie 1 9 PREP 9 Consortium Schools Fieldston 19 144 Pomfret 1 14 Andover 29 130 Friends 8 74 St. Mark’s 5 Choate 16 117 Grace Church 18 64 St. Paul’s 14 Deerfield 11 103 Hackley 6 41 St. Timothy’s 6 Exeter 25 153 Hewitt 3 44 Stony Brook School 7 Hill 14 25 Horace Mann 24 217 Suffield 2 3 Hotchkiss 15 85 Kew-Forest 4 18 Tabor 1 17 Lawrenceville 9 91 Léman 9 5 Westminster 21 Loomis Chaffee 11 29 Loyola 1 2 Westover 4 Middlesex 13 55 LREI 7 61 Westtown 1 3 Milton 11 70 Mandell 15 Williston 15 St. Andrew’s 7 67 Manhattan Country 2 19 Other Schools* 23 Taft 14 92 Marymount 6 22 Nightingale 15 110 Other Boarding Schools SUMMARY Berkshire 4 Packer 17 98 ENR GRD Blair 10 Poly Prep 39 196 Day Schools 502 3236 Brooks 1 1 RCDS 9 50 Boarding Schools 208 1346 Canterbury 16 Regis 1 2 Specialized High Schools † 5 95 Cardigan 7 Riverdale 6 101 Total 715 4677 Church Farm 7 1 Sacred Heart 6 35 * No student currently enrolled and fewer than four graduates † Transfers to Specialized High Schools

“I knew that Berkeley Carroll and Prep would play a huge role in my dream to one day become an engineer.” M C KENNA DIXON (XXXIX/Berkeley Carroll)

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COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Students Enrolled and Graduated as of October 2017

MOST COMPETITIVE † (continued)

IV Y LEAGUE

ENR GRD

Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale

16 104 31 147 23 95 12 61 22 182 28 168 13 92 21 171

MOST COMPETITIVE † Barnard 7 24 Bates 2 6 Binghamton 2 11 Boston College 13 38 Boston Univ. 5 18 Bowdoin 7 20 Brandeis 1 8 Bryn Mawr 5 Bucknell 6 15 Carnegie Mellon 7 16 Claremont McKenna 9 1 Colgate 10 32 Connecticut College 2 17 Davidson 4 22 Duke 6 63 Emory 5 20 Fordham 3 9 Georgetown 8 63 George Washington 8 21 Hamilton 2 16 Hampshire 3 3 Haverford 3 18 Johns Hopkins 4 19 Kenyon 2 22 Lafayette 4 1 Lehigh 6 26 Macalester 2 14 Middlebury 8 29 MIT 3 25 Mount Holyoke 8 Northeastern 1 5 Northwestern 3 20

ENR GRD

NYU 18 64 Oberlin 4 19 Occidental 6 11 Pitzer 1 4 Pomona 3 30 Reed 4 8 Rice 7 Smith 3 11 Stanford 4 47 Stony Brook 2 11 Swarthmore 1 20 Tufts 6 62 Union 1 9 Univ. of Chicago 3 10 Univ. of Michigan 1 5 Univ. of Richmond 3 13 Univ. of Rochester 4 11 UVA 3 35 Vanderbilt 14 Vassar 32 Villanova 3 5 Wellesley 3 25 Wesleyan 30 184 Williams 12 75 Other Schools* 13 31

HIGHLY COMPETITIVE † American 2 2 Amherst 16 108 Bard 7 4 Baruch 2 6 Franklin & Marshall 7 15 Gettysburg 6 15 Hobart & William Smith 14 RIT 3 2 Sarah Lawrence 2 6 Skidmore 6 6 Trinity 4 36 UNC Chapel Hill 2 25 West Point 1 5 Other Schools* 1 27

VERY COMPETITIVE † AND OTHER

ENR GRD

Allegheny 8 3 Brooklyn 3 10 City College 4 15 CUNY (other) 11 20 Geneseo 1 4 Guilford 5 Howard 5 6 Hunter 3 31 Ithaca 1 3 Mercy 1 4 Morehouse 1 4 Muhlenberg 5 18 New School 3 5 Queens 1 7 St. John’s Univ. 4 5 Spelman 7 SUNY (other) 13 31 Susquehanna 4 12 Syracuse 10 25 Washington Univ. 11 14 Other Schools* 27 114

SUMMARY

ENR GRD

Ivy League Most Competitive Highly Competitive Very Competitive and Other

166 1020 274 1358 59 271 116 343

TOTAL

615 2992

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

“It is because of Prep that I have been able to shatter stereotypes, break boundaries, and move outside the box.” JELANI HUTCHINS-BELGRAVE (P9 XXVI/Hotchkiss ’17, Penn)

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ALUMNI SUCCESS BEYOND COLLEGE

TOP TEN MOST ATTENDED COLLEGES Wesleyan

30 184

Harvard

22 182

Penn

28 168

Yale

21 171

Columbia

31 147

Amherst

16 108

Brown

16 104

Cornell

23 95

214 204 196 192 178

124 120 118 105 87

Princeton 13 92 Williams 12 75

ALUM SPOTLIGHT

Jessica Alcantara (P9 XIII/Andover ’04, Dartmouth ’08) MA, Fordham ’13; JD, Columbia ’16 is an attorney at civil rights organization Advancement Project. Prep for Prep counts nearly 300 attorneys or law students among its alumni.

TOP GR ADUATE SCHOOLS

Ivy League schools.

Columbia NYU Harvard Penn Fordham Yale Stanford

TOP ADVANCED DEGREES*

TOP EMPLOYERS

ENROLLED

Nearly

GRADUATED

TOTAL

90% of Prep’s 2,992 college graduates earned their degrees 34% graduated from

from the most competitive colleges in the country;

481 MAs/MSs 278 JDs 201 MBAs 116 MDs 116 PhDs/EdDs 68 MEds 37 MFAs 37 M SWs

* Includes current degree candidates

TOP INDUSTRIES 547 Business (Non-Manufacturing) 508 Education 352 Finance 208 Health Care 196 Arts, Entertainment, Sports 185 Technology 163 L aw 152 Government 150 Communications 131 Business (Manufacturing)

NYC Department of Education Google JPMorgan Chase Columbia University Bloomberg L.P. Comcast Goldman, Sachs & Co. Morgan Stanley Prep for Prep Credit Suisse KIPP Time Warner Inc. Disney New York University Achievement First EY LLP Moody’s NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital PwC Viacom

126 115 81 76 38 35 29

58 21 20 18 15 12 11 11 11 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

As of October 2017

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financial activities

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017

UNRESTRICTED UNRESTRICTED BOARD TEMPORARILY PERMANENTLY TOTAL OPERATING DESIGNATED RESTRICTED RESTRICTED ALL FUNDS FUND FUND FUND FUND 2017

SUPPORT AND REVENUE Foundations Corporations Individuals Alumni Giving Campaign

$1,214,333

$40,000

$1,254,333

824,783

1,000

825,783

3,963,083

36,125

3,999,208

353,138

300

353,438

408,058

28,879

436,937

3,524,219

3,524,219

436,040

436,040

Dividend and Interest Income Lilac Ball, Net of Direct Expenses of $331,078 In-kind Contributions Other

Subtotal

Net Assets Released from Restrictions

Total Support and Revenue

23,191

23,191

10,338,787

408,058

106,304

10,853,149

332,095

(332,095)

0

$10,670,882

$408,058

($225,791)

$10,853,149

EXPENSES PROGR AM SERVICES Talent Search 1,304,943 1,304,943 Academic Programs 3,318,699 3,318,699 Counseling 2,389,686 2,389,686 Leadership Development Opportunities 2,373,221 2,373,221 Smart Connections 199,674 199,674

9,586,223

9,586,223

SUPPORTING SERVICES Administration

1,379,772 1,379,772

Fundraising

1,184,416 1,184,416

Subtotal

Subtotal

Total Expenses

Change in Net Assets from Operations

2,564,188

12,150,411

(1,479,529)

Net Realized/Unrealized Gain/(Loss) on Investments Release of Endowment Changes in Net Assets

1,440,045 (39,484)

2,564,188 12,150,411

408,058

(225,791)

(1,297,262)

4,611,480

240,772

4,852,252

(1,366,000) 3,653,538

(74,045)

0

(59,064)

3,554,990

Net Assets at Beginning of Year

5,631,594

33,669,944

1,464,841

1,258,247

42,024,626

Net Assets at End of Year

$5,592,110

$37,323,482

$1,405,777

$1,258,247

$45,579,616

The complete annual audited f inancial statements and report to the NY State Division of Charities are available in our off ice for review.

“Becoming a successful person comes with being socially aware and conscious of the world.” ALRICK SHAW (XXXIV/Poly Prep ’17, Cornell)


development

FISCAL YEAR 2017 OVERVIEW

Prep for Prep is deeply fortunate to have so many dedicated and generous supporters. As an organization that receives no government support and charges no tuition, Prep relies entirely on the many individual, foundation, and corporate donors who sustain our efforts each year. On behalf of the over 4,500 students and alumni in the Prep Community, thank you. We are especially grateful for the leadership and extraordinary generosity of our Board of Trustees. Their investment in Prep over the past 39 years has 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 2017 (July 1, 2016–June 30, 2017).

TOTAL OPER ATING SUPPORT AND REVENUE — $11,489,552

$4,212,431 Individuals $3,183,379 Lilac Ball* $1,551,012 Foundations $1,366,232 B oard Designated Endowment Draw $664,926 Corporations $437,408 Alumni Giving Campaign (Given and Raised) $74,164 Permanently Restricted Endowment Draw & Other Income

* Net of Direct Expenses of $331,078 and Indirect Expenses of $133,480

TOTAL EXPENSES — $11,489,552

$3,295,340 Academic Programs $2,369,393 Counseling $2,232,345 Leadership Development Opportunities $1,298,300 Talent Search $1,061,136 Administration $1,034,475 Fundraising $198,563 Smart Connections

Note: The above figures differ from those presented in the Unrestricted Fund/Operating column on the opposite page. Income lines above include contributions pledged in previous years but designated for FY ’17 (assets released from temporary restrictions) and income and investment gains released as a draw on Permanently Restricted Endowment. Moreover, income and expense lines above have been reduced by the indirect expenses of the Lilac Ball and in-kind contributions.

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alumni

GUIDED BY PREP FOR PREP’S ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, our alumni connected with each other and the organization in significant ways this year. Through their event attendance, volunteer activity, and generous support of the Alumni Giving Campaign, our alums proudly carried Prep’s banner. The Alumni Council’s creative thinking and close collaboration with Prep staff resulted in impactful initiatives such as the School Champions volunteer model, the March Mania fundraising competition between schools, the relaunch of Affinity Groups, and the development of the Alumni Business Directory. In the following pages, Prep commends the 1,000 alumni who contributed financially this past fiscal year.

ALUMNI COUNCIL

TRUSTEES

Leadership and Alumni Trustees Leslie-Bernard Joseph (P9 XI) President and Trustee Anne-Carmene Almonord (XV) Chair, Fundraising Committee and Trustee Vaughn Caldon (XI) Chair, Personal & Professional Development Committee and Trustee Jonathan Figueroa (P9 XV) Chair, Community Engagement Committee and Trustee

Dale Allsopp (VII), Corporate Trustee from Google Natalie Hutchinson (XIV), Individual Trustee Sue Meng (XV), Corporate Trustee from Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Members Chidi Akusobi (XXIV) Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) Akilah Crichlow (XXII) Imani Dawson (IX) Francisco Estrada (IX) Zachary Hamed (XXVI) Renata Henry (XXII) Ezequiel Minaya (V) Yvonne Morel (XXVIII)

ASSOCIATES COUNCIL MEMBERS Kevin Otero (XII), Co-Chair Franklin Amoo (XIV) Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) Andre Benjamin (XIV) Jerry Bright (IX) Jarrett Cobbs (XV) Steve M. Del Villar (P9 II) Tameka Watler Koney (XVIII) Ettie Philitas (P9 XII) Ed Poteat (VI) Kelly Salazar (XXIV) Karen Young (IV)

We are grateful to outgoing Alumni Council members Aimionoizomo “Momo” Akade (P9 IX), Gloria Chan (XIV), Ellen Chu (XXIII), and Annika Lescott (P9 XV) for their service.

PA RT I C I PAT I O N

DONORS

AMOUNT GIVEN

AMOUNT R AISED from outside sources

34%

1,000

$265,596

$192,518

of all college graduates

L I L AC B A L L

139

alums attended

INTERNSHIPS secured by Prep alums

46%

of all opportunities


TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ALUMNI GIVING CAMPAIGN

SCHOOL CHAMPIONS Leah Allen (XXVI/Friends ’10) Dale Allsopp (VII/Calhoun ’91) Franklin Amoo (XIV/Collegiate ’98) Esther Cajuste (P9 XI/Kent ’02) Vaughn Caldon (XI/Trinity ’95) James Ding (XXIV/Hunter College HS ’08) Chevelle Dixon (XIX/Nightingale ’03) Andre Douglas (XXVII/VCS ’07, Packer ’11) Victoria Fernandez Wint (XVIII/Saint Ann’s ’02) Jonathan Figueroa (P9 XV/Andover ’06) Elbert Garcia (IX/Fieldston ’93) Rosanny Gonzalez (P9 XVII/Williston ’08) Ashley Taylor Greaves (XXVIII/Poly Prep ’12) Charles Guerrero (V/Fieldston ’89) Kara Hamilton (XV/Spence ’99) Renata Henry (XXII/Trinity ’06) Ronnette Hope (XXIII/Packer ’07) Muriel Isaac (XVII/Chapin ’01) Stephanie Jimenez (XXIV/Sacred Heart ’08) Karen LesPierre (I/Horace Mann ’85) Amanda Loyola (XXVI/Horace Mann ’10) Michael Makinde (XIX/Hackley ’03) Jahnelle McMillan (P9 XIV/Lawrenceville ’05) Daniela Monous (XXVII/Saint Ann’s ’11) Mikaela Monous (XXVII/Packer ’11) Yvonne Morel (XXVIII/Nightingale ’12) 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)

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THE MOTTO CIRCLE : COUR AGE ($10,000 +)

♦ Jonathan “Figgy” Figueroa (P9 XV) Kristen Clarke (P9 II) in honor of Peter & ♦ Melissa Gilmer-Cardone (IX) Katy Bordonaro ♦ Aliah Greene (VIII) Jarrett Cobbs (XV) ♦ Eric Gyasi (XVII) & Rae Gyasi Tatiana Cordoba (XVI) & ♦ Jacqueline Corona (XIV) George Cabrera III (XIV) ♦ Ernest Gyasi (XXI) ♦ Terri-Anne Davis-Merchant (XI) & ♦ Natalie Hutchinson (XIV) & ♦ Amina Harris Elderfield (XI) Jackson Merchant Russ Hutchinson ♦ James W. Harris III (XI) Malik Duncan (VII) ♦ Kevin Otero (XII) Melle Hock (XVIII) ♦ Karenne Eng (XVII) ♦ Tameka Watler Koney (XVIII) ♦ Francis Idehen (P9 IV) & Nicola Idehen Claudia Gunter (P9 IX) & Owuraka Koney ♦ Sandra Idehen (P9 X) in honor of Peter Bordonaro ♦ Karen Young (IV) in honor of Katy Bordonaro Courtney Harrison (P9 V) ♦ Muriel Isaac (XVII) ♦ Jazmin A. Hogan (P9 VII) APOLLO SOCIETY in memory of ♦ Kenechi Igbokwe (P9 XIV) ($ 5,000 +) Samyka Harris-Edwin (XVIII) ♦ Christopher James (IX) ♦ Aditi Jain (XXI) ♦ Andre Benjamin (XIV) & ♦ Kenya A. James (P9 II) Kerryann Benjamin ♦ Kevin Johnson (P9 IV) Dareema Jenkins Hughes (XVII) ♦ Jessica Johnson-Cope (VIII) Ed Poteat (VI) ♦ Samona Joe Tait (II) ♦ Leslie-Bernard Joseph (P9 XI) ♦ Pang Lee (IX) LEGACY CIRCLE Kristine Kippins (XIV) ($ 2,500 +) ♦ Jane Lok (XVIII) ♦ Kimberley Knowles (IV) ♦ Shenequa McLeod (P9 VIII) ♦ Dale Allsopp (VII) & ♦ Karen LesPierre (I) Jacquelyn Allsopp in honor of Gary Simons Jeffrey Ogbara (XIV) ♦ Franklin Amoo (XIV) Amanda Loyola (XXVI) Melanie Quiroz (P9 XIX) in memory of ♦ Christopher Robles (XVIII) ♦ Jessica Melendez Rodriguez (P9 IX) & Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) Joshua M. Rodriguez (P9 IX) ♦ Shawn Rose (XIV) ♦ Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) ♦ Wei-Kuo Miao (VI) Craig Sae Lao (X) & ♦ Jerry Bright (IX) & ♦ Nordia Morris Edwards (XV) Diana Negron Patrice Reives-Bright ♦ Glendaly Munoz Chukwuma (XVIII) Larry Welch (IX) Sandra Chow (XVI) & Dionne Wilson Gumbs (XII) Terence Nip (XXVI) Joe Werner ♦ Theresa Wong (VI) ♦ Adepeju Oduye (XVI) ♦ Eion D’Anjou (P9 X) ♦ Michelle Wonsley (XIV) Edgar Padilla (XI) ♦ Steve M. Del Villar (P9 II) & Anonymous (2) Jennifer Peng (XXI) Kwana Del Villar ♦ Cesar Perez (V) ♦ Steve Lee (XV) ♦ Joanne D. Quinones (IV) LEADERSHIP CIRCLE Sue Meng (XV) & ($ 500 +) ♦ Amy Victoria Ramirez Antonius Kufferath Rodriguez (XXII) ♦ Waldir Alvarez (P9 III) Ikechi Ogbonna (XVIII) Frances Ramirez (P9 XII) ♦ Franklyn A. Arthur (III) ♦ Ettie Philitas (P9 XII) ♦ Kelly Salazar (XXIV) Ivan Arzu (P9 III) ♦ Roald Richards (VII) ♦ Miguel Sanchez (XVII) & Gaby Santana Goldstein (XXII) & Alexandria Bautista (P9 XV) Nicole Sanchez Adam Goldstein Zeudi Bernardo (IX) and Caleb Santana (VIII) the Bernardo Family ♦ Valentin Vasquez (IX) ♦ Peter Santiago (IX) in memory of Avery Man (IX) ♦ Donnell Butler (VII) Jolene Saul (XII) ♦ Wayne Warner (XIX) ♦ Duane Callender (VI) ♦ Omar Slowe (XIII) ♦ Sherie Carnegie (P9 V) Angela Yee (IX) ♦ Lev Steshenko (X) ♦ Selby Chen (XIV) Yi Zhou (XXI) ♦ La Toya Sutton (XVI) in memory of Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) in memory of Parnel Sutton BE THE DREAM SOCIETY ♦ Yahonnes Cleary (P9 V) & Muffadal Taher (P9 VI) ($ 2,000 +) Marcie Cleary ♦ Dionne Thomas Pulcinella (P9 III) Fanny S. Chen (XXI) Jackson Collins (XII) in honor of Katy and ♦ Marene Jennings (X) Peter Bordonaro Kareem Cook (VI) Sameea Kasim (XIV) ♦ Na’eema Thompson (XVII) ♦ Angelique Cooper (P9 III) ♦ Christopher Richardson (V) Jorge Valcarcel (XI) Homero Coronado (P9 XIII) Kenneth Thompson (XXIV) & Miguel Vargas (P9 XVIII) ♦ Miguel Correa (XII) Malcolm Thompson (XXVIII) ♦ Edwin Velez (P9 XIII) ♦ Akilah Crichlow (XXII) ♦ Cassandra Walters (P9 IX) ♦ Cristina Cruz-Calderon (VII) & FOUNDER’S CLUB Craig Calderon Raza Wani (XXV) ($1,000 +) ♦ Obadele Davis (P9 II) ♦ Anthony White (P9 XVI) ♦ David O. Alade (XXI) Andrea De Leon (XXVI) Marlowe Williams (LA II) Kara M. Alfonso (VIII) A. Omiyinka Doris (IX) Marilyn Karma Wilson (XIV) Kimm Alfonso (VIII) ♦ Melanie Wilson-Taylor (XII) & Erica Dukes (II) ♦ Victor O. Amoo (XVII) Gerald Taylor (XII) ♦ Anna Edwin (P9 XII) David Anderson (XV) ♦ Eng L. Wong (IX) ♦ Nyssa Fajardo (XV) ♦ Paula Campbell (X) in memory of Avery Man (IX) ♦ Angel Ferrer, Jr. (VIII) Naeemah Clark (IX) ♦

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


EVENT HIGHLIGHTS A Night Out for Prep Alumni Basketball Classic Alumni Generous Donors Event Alumni Town Hall Meeting Atlanta Area Alum Reception in conjunction with People of Color Conference Bay Area Reception with Muriel Isaac (XVII) Building Wealth through Home Ownership Seminar DC Reception with Aileen Hefferren Missing Link: Personal Finance Course Launch Event Prep for Life Online Coaching Seminars Young Alum Summer Soirée

♦ Kenneth Wong (XII) Phillip Wong (VI) ♦ Yu Wong (VI) ♦ Anthony Wright (V) ♦ Yang Xu (XIX) ♦ Tony Yung (XII) Mei Li Zhen (XVII) Anonymous (2)

♦ Samantha Franklin (XVIII) Shaundell Fullington (XVI) ♦ Sherwyn Fullington (XIII) & Grace Tyndall Linda Fung (IX) Renée Garrick (XXIV) ♦ Wayne Gore (I) ♦ Tamieka Goulbourne (P9 VI) ♦ Lycia Grant Alderin (XIV) ♦ Renée Green (P9 X) LIL AC CLUB in honor of Katy Bordonaro ($ 250 +) Safiyah Greene (XVI) Janelle Abadia (XXII) ♦ Tawana Guillaume (P9 XII) & Abiola Abrams (VI) Rean Griffith ♦ Roberto Acosta (P9 X) ♦ Gary Guzman (X) ♦ Sheila R. Adams (P9 X) Lina Guzman-Edwards (VI) Roshanie Adhin Ross (VIII) Zachary Hamed (XXVI) Candida Aguilar-Salim (XIII) Crystal Harper (XXVII) ♦ Chioma Ajoku (XVIII) Vivian Hernandez (P9 XV) ♦ Ian Allen (XXII) Eren Hock (XVII) ♦ Li Yun Alvarado (XV) & ♦ John Huang (VII) Michael A. Core ♦ Ginalysse Ingles (P9 XIV) Jonathan Alvarez♦ Ronda Jack (XIII) Gutierrez (XXVII) ♦ Jaynemarie Enyonam Angbah (XIV) ♦ Kevin Keith (XIX) in memory of Florian Koenigsberger (XXVI) Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) ♦ Franky Kong (I) ♦ Leconie Archer (P9 X) ♦ Freda Koomson (XX) Justin J. Bain (XXII) ♦ Henry H. Lau (XII) ♦ Jasen Bell (XX) Yuriel Layne (IX) ♦ Jemina Bernard (IX) ♦ Jose Leonor (XVIII) ♦ Todd Anthony Blandino (P9 XII) ♦ Brian Leung (XV) ♦ Deana Brown (XVIII) ♦ Tomas Lopez (XVIII) ♦ Deborah Campbell (P9 XII) Lyra Manning (XIII) ♦ Andeliz N. Castillo (P9 X) ♦ Berta Matos (XV) ♦ Silvia Chan (XII) Fabian McNally (P9 XII) Nancy Chen (XXVIII) ♦ Benjamin Mensah (XXIII) ♦ Ellen W. Chu (XXIII) ♦ Frances Messano (XIV) Jeffrey Chung (XXVII) ♦ Pascal Moise (XVIII) ♦ Renée Chung (XVII) & Damian Monteiro (P9 I) Vinson Cunningham (XIX) Alba Morales (P9 II) Khelsi Clarke (XXVII) Katrina Moreno (XXIII) Daniela Conwell (P9 X) Balfe Morrison (XXIV) ♦ Kadeem Cooper (XXII) ♦ Michael Muscianesi (XVII) ♦ Sherene S. Davidson (P9 XVI) ♦ Amanda Nazario (XXIII) ♦ Danielle Di Penti Gee (XVII) ♦ Betty Nhan (X) in memory of Lauren Martinez Sonia Olivo Alfieri (P9 IX) ♦ Edem Dzubey (XXIII) ♦ Makonnen Payne (P9 I) Rolanda Evelyn (XXVIII) Christopher Petrie (X) ♦ Janelle Fouche (P9 XVI) ♦ Sheldon Philp (IV)

Julia Quintanilla Ramirez (XXII) Ryan Ramos (P9 XXI) ♦ Edward Remache (XI) ♦ Tashi Ridley (III) ♦ Alexia Robinson (XVIII) ♦ Gregory Rose (P9 XVII) ♦ Kwabena Safo-Agyekum (P9 XI) in memory of Esther Tjoe (P9 XI) ♦ Carmen Santos (LA I) ♦ Naledi Semela (XXII) ♦ Kimika Sergeant (XIV) ♦ Naved Sheikh (XV) ♦ Randy Slaughter (P9 I) ♦ Leticia Smith-Evans Haynes (XI) Sandra Socastro (V) & Gautam Parasnis ♦ Jennifer D. Tait-James (P9 XIV) Michael Tang (XIX) ♦ Jonee Taylor-Johnson (P9 IV) Brandon Triminio (XXV) Nicholas Velazquez (XXIII) ♦ Randolph Vesprey (XIX) Gillian Wallace Noel (P9 VII) Daniel Weng (XXIX) ♦ Chrisanne Wilks (P9 IV) Andrew Wong (XXII) ♦ Fazal Yameen (P9 XI) ♦ John Yi (XV) ♦ Robyn Young (VIII) Anonymous

♦ Tate Carrera (P9 II) Roman Castellanos (XXVII) ♦ Alfred Cazeau (XIV) Bill Chan (XI) ♦ Matthew Charity (VIII) ♦ Jane Chen (XXIV) ♦ Gregory Cheung (XXIII) ♦ Francine Chew (P9 V) Troy Clair, Jr. (XV) ♦ The Claudio Family: Thelma, Lope, Christina (P9 XIII) & Olivia (P9 XVI) ♦ Eryan Cobham (XIV) ♦ Gia Phu Dao (VII) ♦ Gia Thang Dao (X) ♦ Gianghia Nar Dao (XI) ♦ William Dao (XIV) Imani Dawson (IX) Stuart Dixon (XX) ♦ Nikita Dyer (XXII) Ashlee Edwards (XXIII) Meghan Elrington-Clayton (XIII) ♦ Francisco Estrada (IX) Nia Froome (XXVII) ♦ Elbert Garcia (IX) ♦ Mary C. Garvey (XVII) ♦ Kembey N. Gbarayor, Jr. (XV) ♦ Jennifer Gomez (P9 XIII) Weiyi Guo (XX) Sofia Gutierrez (P9 X) Kenny Hernandez (P9 XIV) THE BROWNSTONE Michael “Chris” Herrera (II) SOCIETY ($150 +) Gerren Hong (XXVI) Andrew Abner (XII) Ronnette Hope (XXIII) ♦ Priscilla Aquino Garza (XIII) & ♦ William Huang (XXIV) Jorge Garza ♦ Justin Huynh (XVIII) Karl J. Ashanti (VII) ♦ Janelle James (XII) ♦ Naima Jean Baker Garvin (XIII) ♦ Alexander Jean (P9 VIII) Ahmed Bakkar (P9 XVII) Anthony Kayas (XII) ♦ Marsha Bannister Gadsden (XIX) Cherisse Keller (XVII) ♦ Amanda Boston (XXII) Zatio Kone (P9 XXI) ♦ Rachelle Brignol Lerner (P9 XIII) Marissa LaFontant (P9 XIX) & Adam Lerner ♦ Gina (Ying) Lam (IV) ♦ Jacqueline Camilo Mendez (XIV) ♦ Joe Wing Lee (XVI) & Andy Mendez ♦ Jamaal Lesane (X) Edwige Cantave (P9 X) ♦ Monica Liriano (XV) ♦ Christine Capota (XVIII) Nicole Loncke (XXVI) ♦ Cherell Carr Harris (VI) ♦ Jennifer McEachern (P9 XI)

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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ALUMNI GIVING CAMPAIGN

♦ Theresa Lasbrey Peters (X) ♦ Akim St. Omer (XVIII) Ruben Blancovich (II) Maxwell Bonnie (XVII) Glenn Lashley (XIX) Davita Scarlett (XXII) ♦ Stephanie Cabrera Esenwa (XIII) Natasha Leitch Huggins (XIII) Nicole Sheppard (XVIII) ♦ Samantha Cai (XIX) ♦ Brienne Leon (P9 XI) Bryan Small (P9 XI) ♦ Vaughn Caldon (XI) Monique Lewis (P9 VII) Madeline Souffront-Garcia (IV) ♦ Evette Stair (XVIII) Martin Camacho (XIV) Johanna D. Lopez Paraizo (P9 XIV) Marieugenia Cardenas (P9 XVI) Danielle Tappitake Weir (XIX) Raina Lopez (XXXI) Carlos Martin Carle (XII) Kimberley Thompson Nixon (XVI) ♦ Michael A. Makinde (XIX) ♦ Jimmy Tom (XI) Alexangie Cepeda (XXV) Andrea Matos (V) Naneen Chace-Ortiz (III) Michael Torres (V) Ngozi Max-Macarthy (P9 XX) Natasha Trifun (XVI) Gloria Chan (XIV) Crystal McQueen (P9 IX) ♦ Ryan Chapoteau (P9 XIII) Gennifer Tsoi (XXIV) ♦ Michelle Mejia (P9 VII) ♦ Raymond Vega (VII) Chhay Chhun (XIV) Aisha Mike (VII) Michael A. Colon (IV) Jasmine Victoria (XVI) ♦ Chiniqua Milligan (XI) in memory of Aisha Cook (P9 I) Samyka Harris-Edwin (XVIII) ♦ Natanya Mitchell (XII) Angela Lorena Coral (XX) Charita Walcott (XIX) Corey Modeste (VIII) ♦ Kim Cortes (P9 X) ♦ Lisa Watson (XVII) Ayana Mortley (XXIV) Akintunde Cousins (XVIII) Jenell Williams (P9 VII) Desmond Nation (P9 VII) ♦ Frankie Cruz (I) Philip Wong (XIV) Jason Kevin Nino (XVIII) Seliat Dairo (XXVII) ♦ William Wong (XXI) Nadjwa Norton (VIII) Brenda Daniels (XVII) ♦ Lynman Woo (XXI) in memory of Dara Marie Norwood (P9 XI) Naeem Webster (XVII) Anthony Xu (XVI) ♦ Nakia Ocampo (XI) ♦ Stephanie Darand (XXIII) in memory of Jian Yang (XVI) Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) ♦ Vagnes De La Rosa (VI) Chee How Yap (XVII) Helen Ogbara Reeves (XVII) ♦ Peggy Yih (V) & Daevid Devallon (XXI) Andrew Omo Orobator (XXVII) Chanland Roonprapunt Vasavi Devireddy (XX) ♦ Minyu Zhou (XXI) Daniel Ortega (XXVII) Vicente Diaz (P9 V) ♦ Dan-el Padilla Peralta (XVIII) Anonymous (5) ♦ James Ding (XXIV) in honor of Gary Simons Martin Duran (XIII) ♦ Akil Pascal (XVI) THE TRINITY CIRCLE ♦ William J. Eaves (P9 VII) H. Andrew Patterson (XVIII) (UP TO $100 ) ♦ Abe Fernandez (VIII) ♦ Andrew Protain (XX) Musa Abdul-Basser (XI) ♦ Victoria Fernandez Wint (XVIII) Atiba Quintyne (P9 XI) Keren Abreu (XXVII) Ismael Fofana (XXVII) Elizabeth Raji-Greig (XVI) Ralph Acevedo (XXIII) ♦ Jason Forde (XIV) Dion Reid (XII) in memory of Adetutu Adekoya (P9 XVI) Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) Shanniece Reid Lewis (XXVI) Mitchell Adison (XX) ♦ Julian Fu (XXIII) Matthew Rey (XIX) Afua Adusei (XII) ♦ Donna Rizzo (P9 XIII) Emily Galindo (P9 XVIII) ♦ Terrence Agbi (P9 XVI) ♦ Eddie Garcia (XI) Dunia Rkein (XX) ♦ Jenny I. Aguilar (LA II) ♦ Pamela Gee Chowayou (III) Eric Rosas (XXV) ♦ Chidi Akusobi (XXIV) ♦ Lovey Roundtree Oliff (P9 VI) Hong Gian (XI) 1978 CLUB Kelechi Akusobi (P9 XXI) Sheldon E. Gilbert (IX) ($100 +) ♦ Amiko Glasford (XIV) ♦ Clarence Agbi (XXI) Lisa Gosine (XXVIII) Jody-Ann Allen (XX) ♦ Anne-Carmene Almonord (XV) April Grigsby (XIII) Charles Guerrero (V) Aldun Andre (P9 XII) Lovia Gyarkye (XXVIII) ♦ Marilyn Arenas (XV) in memory of Sonje Hawkins (XIX) Kwesi Christopher (XV) Kevin Herrera (XXVIII) ♦ Karen Ash (XV) Tene Howard (XIII) Joseph Ayala (V) Donell Hutson (XVIII) Milana Baker (XXVI) ♦ Denise James-Manuel (V) Artesia Balthrop (XVII) Alberto Jimenez, Jr. (XXIII) ♦ Diahann Billings-Burford (VI) ♦ Adrian Jones (XVII) Orlando Gaspar Bishop (VI) Salima Jones-Daley (P9 VIII) ♦ Matthew Blackburn (XXVI) Christina Jung (XXII)

Eduardo Medina (P9 V) ♦ Joal Mendonsa (XVIII) Alejandro Morales (XXVII) ♦ Carminia Munoz (P9 XII) Maxwell I. Nwaru, Jr. (LA I) Bianca Okolie (P9 XIX) ♦ Omayra Ortega (P9 V) ♦ Gigi Parris (XVI) ♦ Gawain Patterson (P9 XIV) ♦ Jamall Pollock (IX) ♦ Lexer Quamie Mayers (XI) in memory of Tiesha Sargeant (XIV) ♦ Chavaughn Raines (XVII) Rhoda Raji Vandyck (XIV) Segacy Roberts (XXVI) Shanina Robinson (P9 VII) ♦ Julia Diaz Rodriguez (XVIII) ♦ Alex Ruiz (P9 II) ♦ Alain Silverio (V) ♦ Daniel Tam-Claiborne (XXI) ♦ Bo Tan (VI) ♦ Aiysha Taylor (XIII) Shaquinah Taylor (XIX) ♦ Amanda-Jane Thomas (XIX) Charlene Thomas (XXIII) ♦ Tuong-Long Tsang (VII) Toufique Uddin (XIX) ♦ Jeffrey Vargas (VII) in memory of Yvonne Vargas ♦ Seagram M. Villagomez (XI) ♦ Desiree Vodounon (P9 XVII) Tisheya Ward (XXVIII) Monique Wilson (XXI) Nicole Wilson (P9 XIV) Betty Wong Ortiz (VI) ♦ Melissa Wright (XIX) ♦ Taroo Yasuzawa (XIV) Leticia Young (X) Anonymous

Prep Corporate Trustee Dale Allsopp (VII) and our 2017 IFE students rang Nasdaq’s Closing Bell.

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PHOTOGR APHY BY CHRISTOPHER GALLUZZO / NASDAQ, INC.

♦ Jessica Alcantara (P9 XIII) Ashley Caines (P9 XVI) ♦ Esther B. Cajuste (P9 XI) Courtney Alexander (XXVI) in memory of Leah Allen (XXVI) Esther Tjoe (P9 XI) ♦ Jeremy Allen-Arney (XXI) Sharonda Callender Ware (X) Amanda Almonte (XVII) Andre Cambridge (XXVII) Karen Alonzo (XXIII) ♦ Philip Camille (P9 XVII) Joel Anabilah-Azumah (XVII) Chanequa Campbell (XXI) Anthony Anderson (XXIV) Sherika Campbell (XXV) ♦ Shellonda Anderson (P9 XV) Cheryl Campos (XXVIII) Ali Antoine (P9 XX) Shayna Capers (XXVII) Daniel Arango (XXII) Henry Cardenas (LA II) Maria Arboleda (P9 VII) ♦ Daniela Carrasco (XXIII) Patricia Armand (XVIII) ♦ Andrea Armstrong Wolff (P9 VII) Kevin Carter (XX) ♦ Rhiannon Catapano (XXV) ♦ Brianna Atkinson (P9 XVII) Calvin Cato (P9 XI) ♦ Hubert Attale (VIII) ♦ Crystal Chalk (P9 XVII) ♦ Aman Ayele-Gulte (P9 III) Isom Chapelle (XXI) John Azubuike (P9 XVIII) Andre Charles (XVI) Sara Bakkar (P9 XV) Tamar Charles (XXII) ♦ Omoshalewa Bamkole (LA II) Elie Chau (XXII) Kaara Baptiste (XVII) Erica Cheung (XXV) Nyelle Barley (XXVI) ♦ Carolyn Chica (P9 XVII) Inan Barrett (P9 XVII) Grace Cineas (P9 XV) Amalie Barrio (XXVIII) Amaany Clarke (XXII) Ashley Barronette (P9 XVI) Peter Clayton (XVIII) Kester Barrow (P9 XV) Barry Cleckley (P9 XVII) Akira Baruah (XXVIII) Andrenne Coleman (XXV) Travis Bastian (P9 XVII) Angilique Coleman (XXV) Maya Battle (XIX) Janel Coleman (XXV) Aissa Bautista (P9 XII) Christine Conwell (XXII) ♦ Ciatta Baysah (P9 VI) Kimberly Beaton Kwabi (P9 XI) Austinson Cooke (XXIX) Chinasa Cooper (XXIV) Jonathon Beckles (XXV) Joseph Cooper (XXVIII) Sara C. Bedoya (XXIII) Steve Coupet (P9 XIV) Tara Benjamin (XVIII) Anice Cox (VI) Denzil Bernard (P9 XX) Amaris Crawford (XXI) Ishma Best (XX) Lacarnly Creech (P9 XVI) Mina Beveney (XXIII) Claudia Cruz (P9 V) Jodyann Blagrove (X) Yulisa Cruz (VI) Alvin Blanco (XI) in memory of Renny Blanco (XXIV) Concepcion & Anibal Cruz David Blanding (XIX) Patricia Cruz-Katz (V) Shaun Blugh (XVIII) Jefferson Cuartas (P9 XIX) ♦ Sonia Bonsu (XI) ♦ Angelina Darrisaw (XXI) ♦ Michelle Bowling Roberts (VII) Erica Davies (XXIV) Anansa Brayton (XV) ♦ Jasmine Davila (X) Jillian R. Brewster (XV) ♦ Nichole Davis (XXII) Peter-Charles Bright (XII) Tamar Davis (XXVIII) Jabari S. Brisport (XXI) ♦ Hajera Dehqanzada (XIX) ♦ Diogenes Brito (XXIII) Alysa Delerme (XXIII) Danielle C. Brown (P9 VI) Yohanca Delgado (XVIII) Taurean Brown (XVII) Ayana Delisser (XXIII) April Tamieka Browne (XX) Maria Deno (XXV) Amanda Bueno (XXI) Henoch Derbew (XIX) Sharese Bullock-Bailey (XII) Mapate Diop (XXIX) ♦ Malik Burke (P9 III) Alexis Dixon (XIX) ♦ Tomica Burke (P9 X) ♦ Chevelle Dixon (XIX) Maxine Burkett (X) Ruth Dominguez (P9 VI) Samuel Burwell (XXV) Andre Douglas (XXVII) Rushelle Byfield (XX) Adesina Dowers (XIII) Joshua Byron-Cox (XXVIII) Adrienne Edwards (XXV) Allison Caban-Holt (VII) ♦ Shena Elrington (XVI) Ralph Cabezas (XXIV) ♦ Clifford Emmanuel (XVIII)

♦ Nadjeda Estriplet (P9 XV) Ania-Lisa Etienne (P9 XVI) Quincy Evans (P9 V) ♦ Jeffrey Fabre (P9 IX) Shanique Farquharson (XIX) Adrienne Favis (XXVII) Ashley Felix (XXVII) Denise Fernandez (XXII) Rebecca Ferrer (P9 III) Charles Flores (IV) Nathan Ford (XX) Saadiah Fowlkes (IX) Kayla Franceschi (XXVII) Gari Francois (XXVIII) Leslie Francois (P9 XXI) Alicia Frank (P9 XII) Elijah Frazier (XXIV) Sean Friday (XVIII) Lariely Garcia (XXI) Zaida Garcia (XXVII) Rebekah Gibson (XXIV) Kadeem Leon Gill (P9 XVI) Maisha Gilyard-Dejean (IV) ♦ Franci Girard (XX) Olufunmilayo Gittens (VII) Matthew Glenn (XXII) BJ Glover (XXV) Guadalupe Gonzalez (XXVII) Rosanny Gonzalez (P9 XVII) Simon Gonzalez (XXVIII) ♦ Liyana-Fatinah Aquil “Jocelyn M. Goode” (XVI) Brandon Gordon (XVII) Tiffany Gordon (P9 XXI) Natasha Graham (P9 IV) Derisa Grant (XV) Jordan Grant (XXIII) Ashley Greaves (XXVIII) ♦ Duane Grell (XIX) Terri-Ann Grey (XXII) ♦ Cristin Guerrero (XII) Stacey Guerrero (XXIII) Heidi Guzman (XXV) Matthew Guzman (XXVIII) Steven Guzman (XXI) Eric Hall (XXV) ♦ Patrice Hall (XX) Xiomara Hall (P9 I) Kara Hamilton (XV) Quinn Harding (XXVII) Mattea Harmon (XIX) Justin Harmond (P9 XX) Denzil Harris (P9 XVIII) Drexel Harris III (XX) Olivia Harris (XXVII) ♦ Adrienne Harrison (P9 VI) Shakina Hawthorne (P9 XIX) Jeffrey Haynes (XIX) Deirdra Hazeley (XVI) Anthony Henry (XXIV) James Henry (XVIII) Renata Henry (XXII) Juliana Hernandez (P9 XVII)

Kevin Herrera-Criss (XVIII) Aixsha Hiciano (XXIV) ♦ Isabel Hiciano (P9 XIV) Teniesha Hinds (XXVI) Tennyson Hinds (XXIII) Curtis Holden (P9 XVI) Gabrielle Hope (XXIII) Mortisha Howell (IX) Quaila Hugh (XXVII) Gregston Hurdle (XXI) Justin Hyacinth (XXII) Samantha Hyacinth (XXI) ♦ Kamisha Hyde (P9 XVII) Tatiana Hyman (P9 XXII) Rechael Ikwuagwu (P9 XIX) ♦ Chidubem Iloabachie (P9 XII) Jorge Inamagua (XXX) Daynel Ingram (LA I) ♦ Nicole Innis (IX) Stacey Irizarry (VII) Afiya Jackson (XVI) Lauren James (XXIV) Jessica Jardine (XXI) Sherina Jardine (XXV) Alexander Jean (XXV) Norly Jean-Charles (XXI) ♦ Shayna Jeffers (XVIII) Grace Jiang (XXIII) Elizabeth Jimenez (XXIV) ♦ Jing Jin (XXI) Emmanuel Johnson (XVI) Fatima Johnson (XXVII) ♦ Jade Johnson (XXIV) & Alex James (XXI) ♦ Judith Joseph Jenkins (VII) Lindsay J. Joseph (XXI) Efe Kabba (XXV) Justin Kaviar (XXI) Saher Khan (XXV) Heather King (XXVI) ♦ Warren King (XX) Marie Kirton (XXIII) ♦ Bali Kumar (XVIII) ♦ Steve Kwizera (P9 XVI) Kim Ladd (XXV) ♦ Andrew Langevine (P9 XIII) ♦ Rachel Lawal (XII) & Ismail Lawal (P9 III) Sareve Lawson (XX) Alvin Lee (XXVII) Iris Lee (XVIII) Julia Lee (XXVI) Michael Lee-Yow (IX) Jennefer Lema (P9 XIX) Olufemi Leverett (XXV) Yadilis Lewis (P9 V) Christian Liendo (XXVII) Avril Lighty (LA I) Paola Ligonde (P9 XIII) ♦ Denise Liriano (XXIV) Hang Liu (XXII) in honor of Katy Bordonaro ♦ Elise Lockamy (P9 XIV)

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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ALUMNI GIVING CAMPAIGN

♦ Learah Lockhart (P9 XVII) Casey Noel (XIII) ♦ Danielle Noel (XX) Melanie Lolier (P9 XVI) ♦ Andrea Naa Darkua Vanessa Lope (XXV) Nortey (P9 XVI) Bianca Lopez (XXVIII) ♦ Chijioge Nwogu (P9 XV) ♦ Francis Lora (XV) ♦ Uchenna Nwogu (P9 XVII) ♦ Brian Louie (P9 XVI) Udochi Nwogu (P9 XI) Jonathan Louie (P9 XVI) Erika Nyame-Nseke (P9 XVII) Dominic Lounds (XXVII) ♦ Philip Odusote (P9 XII) Victoria Lowe (XIX) ♦ Esosa Ogbahon (P9 VI) Megan Lui (XXV) Osaze Ogbahon (XX) Monique Lumsden (XVII) Judith Ohikuare (XXII) Kevin Ma (P9 XXII) Nicole Okai (P9 XIX) ♦ Maria J. Maldonado (XX) ♦ Amara Omeokwe (P9 XIII) David Mantilla (XIII) Vivienne Omura (III) Mandy Marcus (LA II) Monzurat Oni (XXIV) ♦ Anika Martin (P9 XIII) Franklin Ordonez (P9 XIX) Kimberley Martin (XV) Tara O’Reggio (XV) David Martinez (P9 XIV) Joanne Orhue (P9 X) Johanna G. Martinez (VIII) Eric Osorio (VIII) Israel Matos (P9 XI) David Ospina (XXIV) ♦ Colinford King Mattis (P9 XV) Adeyinka Oyesile (P9 VIII) Steffani Maxwell (XVI) Matthew Padilla (P9 XXI) Corey McBeth (VII) Caitlyn Pang (XXVII) Natalie McBride (P9 XVIII) Yoowon Park (XXIII) Stephanie McCalmon (XX) Bryce Parsons (P9 XX) Caryn McCarthy (P9 XIX) Camille J. McCaul Matlack (XVI) Christopher Patacsil (XXVIII) in honor of Beverly Callender Krystal Patrick (P9 XV) ♦ Monique McDermoth (P9 XIV) ♦ Aaron Payne (P9 XIV) ♦ Davin McFarlane (P9 XIII) ♦ Dante Pearson (P9 XVII) Adeyemi Mchunguzi (XXV) Ian Pearson (XXII) Rayna McKenzie (XXIII) Katryna Peart (P9 XV) Kimberley McLeod (P9 XIV) Leticia Perez (XXIV) Jahnelle McMillan (P9 XIV) Lucia Perez (XXVI) ♦ Douglas D. McPherson (XXI) Valentina Perez (XXVII) Daniel Meighan (XXIV) Roland Persaud (LA II) Jessica Mejia (P9 XX) Christopher Persley (VII) ♦ Joseph Mejia (V) Jasmine Peña (P9 XXI) Christina Melvin-Dewees (P9 XV) ♦ Evan Phail (XXV) Diego Mendia (P9 XX) Jason B. Phillips (XI) ♦ Marie-Dumesle Mercier (XIX) ♦ Malcolm Jordan Phillips (XIX) ♦ Kimberly Middleton (XXII) Niara Phillips (XXII) Maxine Mitchell (XXII) Lissette Pichardo (P9 VII) Shamik Mitchell (X) Michael Pichardo (XXVII) Yuka Miyanomae (XXXII) Steve Pierre-Jean (XXVI) Nicholas Molina (XIX) Jonathan Pineda (XXV) Daniela Monous (XXVII) Zuwena Plata (P9 XVIII) ♦ Cesar Montesano (VII) ♦ Sherrise Pond (P9 XI) ♦ Aiesha Powell (XXIII) Yvonne Morel (XXVIII) Jennifer Moreno (XXIV) Michael Prieto (XXVI) ♦ Andres Morey (P9 VII) Shamika Pryce (XVII) ♦ Jonathan Pulliza (XXI) Alvin Lewis Morton (XX) ♦ Mona Quarless (XXIV) Danielle Moseley (XVIII) ♦ Racquel Quarless (XXII) Shenique Moxey (XXIII) ♦ Luis E. Quero (P9 XV) Neal Muhammad (X) Alisha Murdock (P9 XVIII) Miosotis Quinones Serrano (IV) ♦ Jaleesa Murrell (P9 XV) Sandhya Rajkumar (XXVI) Joseph Myrie (XXIV) Christina Reid (XXVIII) Iriane Narcisse (P9 XIX) Ariel Revan (XXIII) ♦ Damaso Reyes (XII) Betsy M. Narvaez (XVII) ♦ Sarai Narvaez (XXI) Joseph Reynolds (P9 XX) Michael Nelson (XXIV) Marina Reza (XXV) ♦ Shantell Richardson (P9 VIII) Noelle Nelson (P9 XXI) Justin Ng (XXV) Farrah Ricketts (XXVI)

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♦ John Riggins, Jr. (P9 XVII) ♦ Ming-Toy Taylor (XXIV) ♦ Dannette Tejeda (P9 XVIII) Tiarra Riggins (P9 XXII) Melissa Rios (XXVIII) Alexzandra Tellez (XXIV) ♦ Jonathan Rivas (P9 XV) Everlena Tenn (XXVIII) Awilda Rivera (XVIII) & Lawrence Tenn (XXVIII) Wendel Matthews (XVIII) Ayanna Thomas (P9 XX) Kenneth Rivera (LA II) ♦ Michael Thomas (XXIV) ♦ Natasha Rivera (XXV) Devon Thompson (XXVI) Brandon Robinson (XXIII) Lipton Thompson (XXIII) Crystal Robinson (XXVIII) Michelle Thompson (XXIII) Jumari Robinson (XXVIII) Raquel V. Thompson (XVIII) Geobany Rodriguez (XVI) Akili Tommasino (XXI) Theoko Danielle ♦ Sandra Toro (VII) Rodriguez (P9 XVII) ♦ Kilsy Torres Barnes (XVIII) Alberto Roldan (P9 XV) Edward Torres (XIII) Alexis Rosado (P9 XII) Jessica Torres (P9 XVII) Rossana Rossi (P9 IV) in honor of Conrad Fernandez ♦ Allison Ruiz Gonzaga (XIX) ♦ Renée S. Trotman (P9 X) Althia Russell Muse (P9 III) Omar C. Tucker (XXIV) Christian Rutherford (IX) Ashley Tyson (XXII) Alexia Sabogal (XXIX) Jennifer Ugarte (XIV) Marcel Salas (XXV) Carolyn Urena (XX) Greta Salazar Villacis (XIV) ♦ Paola Urgiles (LA I) Afolabi Saliu (P9 XVI) Kiara Valdez (P9 XXI) Olakunle Saliu (XIX) ♦ Christine Vasconez Javier (P9 III) & Ramon Javier (XI) Mutkallim Sandhu (XXVIII) in memory of ♦ Julian Vasquez (XXIII) Behanzin Callinder (P9 XX) ♦ Luis Vasquez (XIX) Gabriella Sanes (P9 XX) Pedro Ventura (XXII) Jasmine Santana (P9 XXI) Tatiana Vera (P9 XX) Laurina Santi (XXVII) Sabine Vilsaint (LA I) Elizabeth Santiago Weinstock (V) Patrick Wade (XVII) Asma Sayeed (III) ♦ Nichole Walford (XXII) ♦ Syed Sayeed (XX) Raymond Walker (P9 I) Natasha Scantlebury (XXIV) Bria Wallace (XXVIII) John Scott, Jr. (VIII) ♦ Vanessa Washington (P9 XIII) Kodi J. Shay (P9 IX) Jerald Watson (P9 XIX) ♦ Steven Shorte (IV) ♦ Orlando Watson (P9 XV) ♦ Mujidat Shotonwa (XX) Nina Watson Johnson (XXVII) Jennifer Shyue (XXVIII) Chloe Webster (XXVI) Milagros Silva-Bermudez (V) Thomas Weng (XXVII) Valerie Sinckler (XIII) Dominique White (XXVI) in memory of ♦ Collin Williams (XXI) Tiesha Sargeant (XIV), ♦ Jamila Williams (XXI) in honor of Jelani Williams (P9 XIX) Katy Bordonaro and Gary Simons John Williams (P9 XIX) Maakeda Sinclair (P9 XXII) Lorelei Williams (X) Kiany Smith (XXIII) Lue Williams (XI) Tricia Smith (X) Deidra Willis (P9 XVIII) ♦ Fallon Soltau (XVIII) & Jerome Wright (P9 XX) Kevin Soltau (P9 VI) Alexandra Wynn (P9 XVI) Deonarine Soogrim (XXIV) ♦ Alexis Wynn (P9 XVI) Taylor Sorillo (XXVI) ♦ Sarah Yadali (P9 XIV) Olumide Sosan (P9 XVII) David Yao (XIX) Sybil St. Hilaire (XXIII) Phil Yao (XXV) Jasmine Stovall (P9 XIX) S. Alexander Zaman (XX) ♦ Nekesa Straker (XIII) ♦ Erik Zambrano (P9 XVI) ♦ Angela Su (XXV) Michael Zapas (P9 XIV) Kevin Su (XXVIII) Pablo Zevallos (XXVIII) ♦ Helal Syed (P9 XV) in memory of Behanzin Callinder (P9 XX) Milton Syed (P9 XXIII) Yini Zhang (XXII) Javon Tai (P9 XX) Anonymous (10) Benjamin Tan (XXVII) Jessica Taylor (XXI)


staff EXECUTIVE OFFICE † Aileen C. Hefferren Chief Executive

† Bridget Johnson

Associate Executive Director

Michele Louhisdon

Interim Director

Taiquan Coleman

Administrative Assistant

Director of Human Resources and Staff Development

* Michael Awad

Alexzandra Tellez (XXIV)

* Mack Exilus

Executive Assistant

* Jin Rubenstein Assistant

TALENT SEARCH † Johanna Rodriguez Director of Admissions

Jayde Bennett

Senior Admissions Off icer

Claudia Aviles

Admissions Off icer

Waleska Cabrera Admissions Off icer

Sammetra Daniels Admissions Off icer

Patrice Lopez (XX) Admissions Off icer

Thalia Emdin

Admissions Assistant

ACADEMIC PROGR AMS † Nikole Smith

Director of Academic Programs

* Aiysha Taylor (XIII) Clinical Social Worker

Prep Preparatory Component Mujidat Shotonwa (XX) Interim Assistant Director

Gerardo Perez Dean of Students

Marisela Sepúlveda Dean of Student Life

Silvia Valcarcel

Administrative Assistant

School-Year Guidance Counselor Summer Guidance Counselor

* Dola Adebayo (P9 XXII) Head of the Summer Advisory System

COUNSELING † Jackson Collins (XII) Director of Counseling

Leigh Pomeranz Program Assistant

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Aisha Shah

Assistant Director of Counseling, Upper School; Outplacement Manager

Ivan Tatis

Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

Justin Hyacinth (XXII)

Alumni Affairs Coordinator

Program Manager

* Ismail Lawal (P9 III)

Assistant, Leadership Development Special Projects

College Guidance Cindy Perez

Director of College Guidance

Shari Fallis

Assistant Director of College Guidance

Professional Advancement To Be Hired Director of Professional Advancement

Professional Advancement Coordinator

Candice Clawson

Director of Undergraduate Affairs

Joy Green-McGann

Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

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Ibidayo Fayanju

Post-Placement Counselor, Upper School

Cassandra Valarezo

Danielle Montañez

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Post-Placement Counselor, Boarding School Post-Placement Counselor, Boarding School

Amanda Vidal

Post-Placement Counselor, Boarding School

Alumni Affairs Muriel Isaac (XVII)

Justine Santana

Yewande Salau Janil Tejada

Associate Director of Communications

Director of Alumni Affairs

Leslie Francois (P9 XXI)

Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

Communications Annie Lee

Director of Leadership Development Projects

Post-Placement Counselor, Middle School

* Melody Ward (XXXIII)

Assistant Head of the Summer Advisory System

Michael O’Leary

UNDERGR ADUATE AFFAIRS

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Olubanke Martins

* Taylor Correa White (XXXIII)

Director of Leadership Development Opportunities

Christine Croasdaile (XXIX)

* Jared Lindo (XXXIII)

Assistant Head of the Summer Advisory System

† Charles Guerrero (V)

Orellana del Fierro

Post-Placement Counselor, Upper School

Head of the Summer Advisory System

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Assistant Director of Counseling, Boarding School; Financial Aid Manager

* Alissa Fallesgon

School-Year Guidance Counselor

PREP 9 Preparatory Component Akintoye Moses

Undergraduate Affairs Off icer Undergraduate Affairs Off icer

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS † Ed Boland

Vice President for External Affairs

Development Francesca Ryan

Associate Vice President for Development

Sheryl George

Associate Director of Development

Pamela Rykowski

Associate Director of Development

Arlene Malave-Vazquez

Chevelle Dixon (XIX) Tiffany McKay

Alumni Affairs Data Manager

* Ashley Greaves (XXVIII) Assistant

FINANCE & ADMINISTR ATION † Sharon Madison

Vice President for Administration

Lynn Glover

Director of Finance

LaVerne Smith

Assistant Director of Finance

Kevin Weems

Junior Accountant

Brandon Henriquez Director of Technology

Sha-Ron Wimbish Technology Associate

Jilly Gee

Help Desk Technician

Maritza Castro-Rendón (XXI) Director of Operations

Abena Dwamena

71st Street Receptionist

Maria Guisado

91st Street Receptionist

* Ana Corominas Porter

* Fernando Diaz Porter

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

* Chioma Ajoku (XVIII) Psychologist

* Johnny Cook

Senior Counselor

Senior Associate Director of Data Management

* Christine Sainvil

Dominique Mohansingh

* Vincent Walker

Development and Special Events Coordinator

Psychologist

Clinical Social Worker

As of October 2017 † 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.

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trustees BOARD OF TRUSTEES Martin Lipton

Chairman Emeritus Partner, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

John L. Vogelstein

BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND ASSOCIATES COUNCIL

Danielle Danese

President, Callisto Capital Management, Inc.

Elizabeth B. Dater Managing Director, Angelo, Gordon & Co.

James P. DeMare

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

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

Scott L. Bok

Pascal Desroches

Chairman CEO, Greenhill & Co., LLC

Lisa Smith Cashin President

Daniel M. Neidich

Executive Vice President CEO, Dune Real Estate Partners

Frank K. Bynum, Jr. Vice President Managing Director, Kelso & Company

Margaret Munzer Loeb Vice President Founder, MML Productions

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

Alexander R. Edlich Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

Sue Meng (XV)

Vice President & Assistant Secretary Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Peter Anzalone

Vice President & Treasurer Partner, EY LLP

Arun Alagappan

Chief of Staff — Shopping & Travel, Google

Jonathan Figueroa (P9 XV)

Partner, Pamplona Capital

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

Senior Manager, Harlem Children’s Zone

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As of October 2017 * Ex Officio

Joseph Lai

Wille Family Foundation

Valda Witt

VMW Entertainment

Senior Vice President, Sports & Entertainment Director, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

James Maher Jr.

Partner, Cooley LLP

Principal, Harbor Road Holdings

ASSOCIATES COUNCIL

Managing Director, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Erin F. Dillard Co-Chair

Kevin Otero (XII) Co- Chair

Franklin Amoo (XIV)

Corinne Maloney Jackie Meretsky John Morley

Vice President, The Cranemere Group Limited

Katharine M. Nadler

Director of Business Development & Partnerships, GLAMSQUAD

Eugene Nardelli

Jay L. Kriegel

Senior Advisor, Related Companies

Laurence C. Leeds, Jr.

Chairman, Buckingham Capital Management

James R. Levy

Frank J. Loverro Bridget Macaskill

Chairman, First Eagle Investment Management

Paula Karstens Mahoney Julie Monaco

Citi

R. Tyler Morse

CEO, MCR / Morse Development

Jonathan Moses

Partner, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

Jeannemarie O’Brien

Partner, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

Christopher Ortega

Lissa Perlman

Principal & Co-CIO, Seer Capital Management

Marketing Lead, Global Business Marketing, Twitter

Courtney Archer-Buckmire (XV) Leigh Nisonson Director, Annual Giving, Ettie Philitas (P9 XII)

Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Kenneth Caplan

Richard d’Albert

Tameka Watler Koney (XVIII)

Managing Partner, Baylis Emerging Markets, LLC

Partner, TPG Capital

Global Chief Investment Officer, Real Estate, Blackstone

Jonathan P. Kohana

Associate Officer, Alternatives, AllianceBernstein L.P.

Robin Krasny

Jorge Calderon Vaughn Caldon (XI)

Founder & CEO, Ballstar

Managing Director, Global Ratings & Research, Moody’s

Carl D. Harnick Principal, Natalie Swaby Hutchinson (XIV) Global Enterprise Tax Solutions, PwC Leslie-Bernard Joseph (P9 XI)

Anne-Carmene Almonord (XV) Managing Director, Global Head Public Sector, Nicole Arnaboldi Correspondent Banking, Vice Chairman, Asset Management, Credit Suisse

Marisa Rose van Bokhorst Michael West

Partner, Alder Hill Management LP

Babak Yaghmaie

Senior Vice President, Stribling & Associates

Managing Director, Kelso & Company

Dale Allsopp (VII)

Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

Colin Kennedy

Patricia Farman-Farmaian

Herb Allen

Head of School, Trinity School

Peg Sullivan

Associate, H.I.G. Capital

Mark H. Lewis

Managing Director, Warburg Pincus

John Allman*

Partner & Senior Managing Director, Evercore Partners

Matthew Kann

Brian C. Wille

Founder & President, Advantage Testing Inc. Advantage Testing Foundation President, Allen & Company LLC

William A. Shutzer

Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Chairman, Observatory Group LLC

John Eydenberg

Eric A. Rothfeld

John H. Hall, Esq.

President & CEO, Hospital for Special Surgery

Managing Director & Co-Head, Investment Banking Coverage and Advisory for the Americas, Deutsche Bank

Jeremy W. Gelber, M.D.

Vice President & Secretary Of Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Lou Shapiro

Frances Cashin Hodler Lawrence P. Holodak

Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company

James R. Maher

Vice President Chairman, REI Capital, LLC

Founder & CEO, Oxeon Holdings

Anita Volz Wien

Marketing Associate Manager, PepsiCo

Vice President

Trevor Price

Sandy Osborne

Managing Director, Kelso & Company Senior Vice President, Kekst

The Chapin School

Andre Benjamin (XIV) Benjamin R. Bernstein

Principal, RedSky Capital, LLC

Jerry Bright (IX)

King Street Capital

Associate, KKR

Michele Post Ed Poteat (VI)

President & CEO, Carthage Advisors

Managing Director, Business Development, Trawler Capital Management LLC

Kelly Salazar (XXIV)

Indra Chandra

Griffin Schroeder

Managing Partner, Candlewood Investment Group

Roman Chiporukha

Founder & CFO, Roman & Erica, Inc.

Jarrett Cobbs (XV)

Vice President of Strategy, Team Epiphany

Alex Daniels

Principal, Fayerweather Capital Partners, LLC

Steve M. Del Villar (P9 II)

Internal Audit Managing Director, AIG Commercial Insurance

Patrick D. Dowd King Street Capital

Timothy Erb

Managing Director, Allen & Company LLC

Courtney Goldsmith

Co-Founder, Green Below 14

Adam S. Goldstein

Managing Director, Harvard Management Company

Lewis Hart

Senior Vice President, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

Program Analyst, Robertson Foundation

Partner, Tiger Global Management

Christy Searl

Director, Burford Capital

Benjamin Silver Managing Director, Maverick Capital

Graig Springer

Manager, OppenheimerFunds

Lauren Stewart

Diversity & Community Building, St. Luke’s School

Adam Turteltaub

Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Mathew Van Alstyne

Co-Founder & Managing Member, Odeon Capital Group LLC

Natalie R. Williams

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

Karen Young (IV)

Senior Counsel, IBM Corporate Headquarters, IBM

Prep for Prep is grateful for retiring Trustees Myrna Greenberg and Anne Gilchrist Hall, and Associates Council members Leo Bernstein, Michael Caperonis, Clement Kwan, Shane Tiemann, and Sherrie M. Vassallo for their service.


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Change Makers: 2017 Prep for Prep Annual Report  

This year's report celebrates those alumni who have chosen public service as their lives' work.

Change Makers: 2017 Prep for Prep Annual Report  

This year's report celebrates those alumni who have chosen public service as their lives' work.

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