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BUILDING LEADERS AND SCHOLARS THROUGH SOCCER

ANNUAL REPORT / 2015-2016


SOUTH BRONX UNITED ANNUAL REPORT 2015-16 02 Letter from Executive Director 03 Board 04 Mission and Vision 06 History 07 Year in Review 08 Programs and Services 09 Programs: Rec Soccer, Select Soccer 10 Programs: Terra Firma, CITC 11 SBU Academy: Youth Outcomes 13 Immigrant Legal Services 14 SBU Academy: School Placement, Leadership 15 SBU Academy: Summer Soccer Scholars 16 SBU Academy: Scholarship Recipients 17 SBU Academy: Graduates 18 SBU Academy: Alumni 19 SBU Academy: Travel Team Profiles 21 Financial Summary 23 Supporters 25 Staff and Volunteers PHOTOGRAPHY: AMANDA BERG, SARA CONLEY, HAKIM KABBAJ, TENZIN YESHAY, AND OTHERS GRAPHIC DESIGN GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY:


LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dear Friends, South Bronx United’s work has taken on renewed importance. 99 percent of youth in the SBU Academy, and 70 percent of all participants, are from immigrant families. Last year, we served young people born in 25 different countries, with families from 39 countries across 5 continents. After their own families, SBU is the strongest network that many have. Our mission is to build the next generation of leaders and scholars. Now, we must work even harder just to ensure that South Bronx and immigrant youth receive access to the opportunities, resources, and support needed to become successful. In 2016, we worked on strengthening programs and services to provide these opportunities and supports. We invested in summer learning, hiring NYC public school teachers for the first time to teach mathematics and humanities, and focusing on a single curricular theme of Migration, during our five-week, full day Summer Soccer Scholars program. Middle school students in the new SBU Karen Barth Arts Club learned visual art techniques while expressing their own family’s migration story with a brush. The SBU Journalism Club published an audio documentary exploring the immigrant experience. With the goal of helping South Bronx girls become strong, independent Latina and African-American young women, SBU expanded girls-only recreation soccer to include ages 6 through 19. A third girls team cohort was also added to the SBU Academy. Mentorship for girls and boys is critical to keeping youth in the program and on the right path. We placed seven Team Mentors on staff to make sure that all SBU Academy participants have an adult advocate who also provides a bridge between academic programming, soccer, school, and home. We engaged more youth through leadership opportunities, from serving on Youth Council to coaching and refereeing to leading community service activities. The start of our eighth year brings an opportunity to build upon another list of accomplishments: • For the first time, SBU exceeded 1,000 boys and girls served, ages 3 through 19, providing recreational and athletic opportunities that are sorely lacking in the South Bronx. • Our legal services coordinator managed 52 cases this year, helping youth and families who are here seeking a better life find immigration relief and needed supports. To date, we have helped 21 youth gain permanent residency; many who have been through more hardships in childhood that we would experience in a lifetime. • 21 boys—student-athletes who were born in Ghana, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Guinea, Gambia, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Haiti, Senegal, and Honduras—travelled through Massachusetts to Cape Cod, touring colleges, kayaking on the beach, playing soccer, and building new memories. • 100% of the SBU Academy Class of 2016 graduated high school. In the past five years, every senior has gone on to graduate. In comparison, only 55% of South Bronx high school students get their state Regents diploma in six years.

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SBU graduates are now attending college from Wabash College in Indiana to Bates College in Maine and many schools of all types in between. 15 SBU Academy alumni have earned their Bachelor’s Degrees. Three alums returned to the SBU team as fulltime staff through AmeriCorps programs.

I am so thankful for the incredible supporters who care about South Bronx United’s work. Their contributions have helped us increase our reach, our programs, and our impact. More than 250 individuals volunteered their time as coaches, tutors, mentors, and teachers. We added a Director of Operations to bring our full-time staff size to 14 individuals, including six dedicated staff serving through AmeriCorps VISTA, AmeriCorps Up2Us Coach Across America, and the NYC Civic Corps. We are already plotting our next steps for 2017 and beyond. For two years now, SBU’s City in the Community program has delivered after school soccer and health and nutrition education at two neighborhood elementary schools through the City Football Foundation and New York City FC Cityzen’s Giving initiative. This year, the program will provide a platform to formally develop to a corps of young leaders eager to gain coaching, mentoring, and youth development skills and contribute to their community. Despite serving more children in 2016 than ever before, the Recreational Soccer Program still has a waiting list of than 300 children. We are seeking additional ways to accept these children into the SBU family. Each of these steps will help SBU dig deeper roots in the South Bronx community. Ultimately, our top priority for 2017 is to improve the organization’s long-term sustainability. Eight years in, South Bronx United’s long-term success is far from guaranteed. We need to invest in capacity to ensure that this organization and its amazing staff will be here to stay. We want to make sure that the South Bronx and its children will continue to have access to safe places to play; that youth with a passion for soccer will also be able to find a passion for education, leadership, and community; that the SBU Academy’s 100% high school graduation will one day become a 100% college success rate; that immigrant youth and families will be greeted with compassion and support and offered the assistance needed to live their American Dream. As we embark on this journey, our door is always open. Come see the amazing things that are happening on the soccer field and in the classroom. With your support, we will chart the next chapter in South Bronx United. Sincerely,

Andrew So, Executive Director

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS JOHN ASSADI Assadi & Milstein, LLP

JON LEE* PIMCO

STEPHANIE SO Ralph Lauren

WILSON CALLE, TREASURER BlueMar Capital Management

GARETH MAGUIRE* Macquarie Group

HANAN THABET Institute of International Education

DAVE HAHN, CHAIR Two Sigma Investments

R. DEREK MCKECHNIE Lucas Group

KERRY VAN VORIS Madrona Venture Group

JORDAN KESSLER* Vera Institute of Justice

PRANAV SAWJIANY, VICE CHAIR BlackRock

MILA YANKOVA, SECRETARY Barclays Capital

DANIEL KRAUT PricewaterhouseCoopers

ANDREW SO, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR South Bronx United

SBU SUPPORTERS CLUB BOARD RONAK AMIN, TREASURER Brightstar Capital Partners

AMANDA FLYNN* Major League Soccer

JONATHAN LO* Bregal Partners

JAMIE CANTON Bronx Health People

MICHAEL FOX Nomad Financial

SUSHAAN MODI, PRESIDENT PJT Partners

DUNCAN GRAHAM* NERA Economic Consulting

AARON MARKOWITZ MBA, Columbia Business School

DAVID STRIDER, SECRETARY Sterling Investment Partners

MOLLY HENNING BlackRock

RUSSELL MARTONIS, VICE PRESIDENT Averett Free Ginsberg

KEVIN SWETT KIND

NICOLE BARNHART FC Kansas City

BOUNA COUNDOUL Senegal National Team

SINA TOUSSI VR Capital Group

STEPHEN J. BURNSTIN Steve’s Soccer Tots

SHEP MESSING MSG Network

*New for 2016-2017

ADVISORY BOARD

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MISSION AND VISION South Bronx United’s mission is to use soccer as a tool for social change. We aim to help youth build character, teamwork, and leadership so that they can succeed in high school, college, careers, the greater community and beyond. We strive to promote educational achievement, health and wellness, and character development through activities on and off the soccer field and to unite a diverse group of individuals and an incredibly diverse community toward common positive goals. Through recreational, educational, and mentoring programs and legal and social supports, South Bronx United provides a needed service to the community, its families, and its youth. In particular, SBU provides a support network and pathway from middle school to high

school to college to careers for at-risk and immigrant youth. Over the next five years, South Bronx United will continue to grow by increasing the quality and depth of its services while expanding its reach and planting stronger roots in the community.

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HISTORY

South Bronx United (SBU) has enriched the lives of boys and girls in the South Bronx community since 2009.

NUMBER OF TOTAL PARTICIPANTS: 2009-2016 1052 952 835

507

532

566

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

608

410

2009-10

THE SBU ACADEMY

REC SOCCER PROGRAM

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17*

OTHER PROGRAMS (CITC, SELECT, TERRA FIRMA)

* PROJECTED

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2016 IN REVIEW

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JANUARY

MARCH

MARCH

APRIL

SBU Youth participate in Yankees Healthy Home Plate Program

SBU Hosts City Showcase Tournament

CITC Festival with Jack Harrison and NYCFC

Seniors Commit to Colleges

MAY

MAY

JUNE

JULY

6th Annual Literacy Day

SBU 98 Boys in Cape Cod

SBU Awards $5,000 in College Scholarships

SBU Karen Barth Arts Program Launches

JUL-AUG

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER

Summer Soccer Scholars

4th Annual SBU Charity Cup

South Bronx United Health and Wellness Day

SBU Expands Recreational Soccer and Girls Programming

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Boys Visit the Berkshires

Students visit Amherst College

SBU 6th Annual Benefit

SBU 97 Strikers win the East New York Premier League

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PROGRAMS AND SERVICES ELEMENTARY 4-11 YEARS

MIDDLE SCHOOL 11-14 YEARS

HIGH SCHOOL 14-19 YEARS

ACADEMICS PROMOTING LEARNING

INSTILLING ACADEMIC PRIORITIES

PREPARING FOR LIFE-LONG LEARNING

• Annual Literacy Day and book distribution • After School Tutoring available for select students

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SBU Academy begins After School Tutoring Program After School Enrichment Clubs Summer Soccer Scholars Program High school and boarding school admissions counseling • Career Awareness workshops

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EARLY COLLEGE AWARENESS

BUILDING COLLEGE EXPECTATIONS

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE

• Coaches discuss college background • College soccer clinics

• Discussion on college and goal-setting • Soccer clinics led by colleges • College campus visits

• Individualized College Counseling • Senior Mentors assist with college application and enrollment process • SAT Preparation • College campus visits • Facilitation of individual college interviews and visits

Grade 10: Sophomore Skills Grade 11: SAT Preparation Grade 12: Senior Mentoring Summer Scholars Program NYS Regents Exam Tutoring English as a Second Language Tutoring Career Awareness Workshops

COLLEGE PREP

LEADERSHIP & CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT LEADERS ON THE FIELD

LEADERS IN THE PROGRAM

LEADERS IN LIFE

• Learning to be leaders and displaying good character on the soccer field • Coaches as mentors

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• SBU Youth Council • Youth Leadership Events • Youth trained and paid as Coaches, Referees, and Coordinators • Life skills workshops • Job/internship support • Team Mentors and Coach-Mentors

Leadership roles on the field Boys and Girls Discussion Groups Life Skills Workshops Community service activities Team Mentors and Coach-Mentors

HEALTH & WELLNESS GROWING BODIES AND MINDS • Annual Health and Wellness Fair • SBU City in the Community (CITC) Afterschool Program: Soccer and Health Nutrition

MAINTAINING HEALTHY BODIES AND MINDS • Teen Health Education provided by Community Partners • Counseling Sessions as Needed • Weekly Boys and Girls Discussion Groups discussing health issues

PREPARING FOR ADULTHOOD • Teen Health Education provided by Community Partners • Counseling Sessions • Fitness and nutrition education • Youth serve as health facilitators for elementary students

IMMIGRANT LEGAL SERVICES • • • •

SBU Academy youth screened for immigration status needs and eligibility for immigration relief Case management and legal representation for youth and family cases Informational sessions for youth and families Soccer group for unaccompanied immigrant minors through Terra Firma collaboration

SUPPORT SERVICES • Mental health counseling offered to program participants • Referrals for physical and mental health, family services, employment, legal services, and more.

SOCCER HAVING FUN PLAYING THE GAME

LEARNING TO TRAIN AND COMPETE

TRAINING TO COMPETE

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• Competitive Travel Soccer Teams • Recreational Soccer Program • After School Recreational Trainings

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Recreational Soccer Program Select Soccer Teams After School Recreational Trainings SBU CITC: After School Soccer and Health Education

Competitive Travel Soccer City Showcase Tournament Recreational Soccer Program After School Recreational Trainings

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PROGRAMS

“Being a coach and referee in the Recreational Program feels really heart warming because I am someone these young children look up to.” - Jeany Martinez, 17

The RECREATIONAL SOCCER PROGRAM teaches soccer in a fun, developmental environment at three sites on Saturdays during the fall and spring. Open afterschool sessions give children more chances to play. Select teams for ages 9-11 provide additional training and competitive opportunities. 760 Youth Served, Ages 4-19

The SBU SELECT SOCCER PROGRAM provides additional opportunities for boys and girls to train on the soccer field and develop socially and emotionally. Teams compete in leagues against other soccer clubs. As they start middle school, youth may transition into the SBU Academy. 60 Youth Served, Ages 8-11

“It is great being part of a program that’s bringing changes to the community. At the CITC after school program, not only am I helping children learn to maintain healthy lifestyles, but it reminds me of the importance of healthy eating, too.” - Nourou Gaiya, 18 CITC Program Youth Leader

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PROGRAMS TERRA FIRMA SOCCER is a component of Terra Firma, a medical-legal partnership of Catholic Charities New York, The Children’s Health Fund, and The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. Terra Firma serves newly arrived immigrant families, integrates and co-locates medical, mental healthcare and legal services at a community health center in the South Bronx. SBU partners with Terra Firma to provide a recreational outlet for immigrant youth, helps connect participants with legal and health services, and provides some direct legal representation. 40 Youth Served, Ages 15-20

“This is a place where kids can come meet others just like them, who have been going through the same immigration proceedings, others who had to leave their country and learn a new language.” - Elvis Garcia Callejas Volunteer Coach, South Bronx United Counselor, Catholic Charities of New York

SBU-CITY IN THE COMMUNITY (CITC) is supported by New York City FC and the City Football Foundation and provides afterschool soccer and health education at two elementary schools. SBU high school students and alumni build leadership skills and gain work experience serving as coaches and facilitators. In addition to soccer activities, students work through the New York City FC Healthy Hat-Trick Curriculum. 60 Youth Served (After school), Ages 7-10

“Since joining the after school program, I want to play more soccer and other sports. It also makes me want to eat better.” - Ryan Dominguez, 10 years old P.S. 49X

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THE SBU ACADEMY

The SBU ACADEMY provides a pathway from middle school to high school to college to careers for South Bronx and immigrant boys and girls. The program keeps youth on track academically, athletically, socially, and emotionally, by combining academic enrichment, college prep, mentoring, leadership development, and youth and family

support services, with competitive travel soccer. Academic components include After School Tutoring, Sophomore Skills (Math and English), SAT Preparation, College Prep Mentoring for High School Seniors, English as a Second Language classes, and Summer Soccer Scholars. 160 Youth Served, Ages 11-19

2015-2016 SBU ACADEMY BY THE NUMBERS

155 COUNTRIES OF BIRTH

37 WEEKS OF PROGRAMMING

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YOUTH SERVED

23 COUNTRIES OF FAMILY ORIGIN

49 HOURS OF SBU PROGRAMMING PER WEEK PER STUDENT


THE SBU ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE SINCE 2012

100%

FOUR-YEAR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE, SINCE 2012 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

COLLEGE ENROLLMENT

GRADUATION RATE FOR THE CLASS OF 2016

100%

COLLEGE MATRICULATION RATE FOR THE CLASS OF 2016

95%

COLLEGE MATRICULATION RATE OF SBU GRADUATES TO DATE

94%

% OF STUDENTS PROMOTED TO THE NEXT GRADE

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES

92%

100%

STUDENTS WHO HAD SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RATES OVER 90%

91%

RETENTION RATE FOR 2015-2016

92%

PROGRAM RETENTION

COMPARED TO...

37%

OF AFRICANAMERICAN AND HISPANIC BOYS IN NEW YORK CITY GRADUATE IN FOUR YEARS. Schott Foundation for Public Education, 2012

51%

OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SOUTH BRONX PUBLIC SCHOOLS GRADUATED IN FOUR-YEARS WITH NEW YORK STATE REGENTS DIPLOMAS. NYC Department of Education, 2015

49%

OF CHILDREN IN THE SOUTH BRONX LIVE BELOW THE POVERTY LINE, THE HIGHEST IN NATION. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010

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IMMIGRANT LEGAL SERVICES South Bronx United holds recognition from the Board of Immigration Appeals, allowing designated staff to practice immigration law and represent youth, families, and the community in proceedings before Immigration Court and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). SBU’s Legal Services Coordinator assesses the needs and eligibility of youth and their family members, manages immigration relief cases, provides legal services and direct legal representation, and offers information to community members on relevant immigration issues.

These steps are crucial to improving the lives of many youth and in helping them get on the path towards college and careers. South Bronx United has supported youth and families to gain work authorization, legal permanent residency, asylum, and citizenship, with a particular focus on cases for undocumented youth who are eligible for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

2015-2016 BY THE NUMBERS 100%

Screened 100% of SBU Academy participants for immigration services eligibility Helped 4 youth gain legal permanent residency

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Managed 75 immigrant legal services cases to date

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Helped 21 youth gain legal permanent residency to date

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Received 23 successful outcomes

Helped 4 youth gain DACA status

“It was December 21, 2013, I remember… In two weeks, I decided, I am leaving. I didn’t want to continue living in the same situation. I wanted something better for myself.” - Derrick Cordova, 18, SBU Academy Class of 2017

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Managed 51 immigrant legal services cases

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At the age of 15, without any family members, Derrick left La Ceiba, Honduras on a treacherous 2,000mile journey to the United States. He followed in the path of thousands of other Central American youth, who were fleeing gangs, violence, and a lack of jobs and opportunities, to seek a better opportunity for themselves and their families. At South Bronx United, his love for soccer enabled him to find family again. In addition to leading the SBU 98 Boys team in scoring, he attended classes for English Language Learners and SAT Prep. He worked with SBU’s Legal Services Coordinator to gain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, which due to his past hardships grants him eligibility for legal permanent residency. As a high school senior, Derrick hopes to attend college next year. He intends to continue competing on the soccer field with the goal of one day becoming an immigration attorney. ESPN Deportes and ESPN SportsCenter aired a segment on Derrick’s story titled “El Camino,” in January 2017.


THE SBU ACADEMY SCHOOL PLACEMENT SBU Academy youth receive support on making sound high school choices. In order to give youth strong academic foundations, open new doors for college, and diversify their life experiences, staff helps select students apply to boarding schools in the Northeast. Five SBU Academy

students attended boarding schools during the 2015-2016 year, all on full scholarships. Students currently attend Indian Mountain School (CT), Lawrence Academy (MA), Loomis Chaffee School (CT), Mercersburg Academy (PA), Northfield Mount Hermon (MA), and Suffield Academy (CT).

Beaufils Kimpolo-Pene Former Post-Graduate Student, Loomis Chaffee School Throughout my senior year of high school, my parent’s biggest concern about college was the cost; they could not afford it. With few college options, SBU’s Director of College Placement and Alumni, Tom, introduced me to preparatory schools as a way for me to gain more exposure, challenge myself academically, and potentially earn college scholarship offers. With the help of my SBU soccer coach and fellow French Speaker, Andrej Bjegovic, I successfully convinced my parents of this idea who thought, “I was going to waste a school year.”

I really am thankful for all that South Bronx United has done for me. Without it, I wouldn’t be where I am today. As an ESL student, the learning process was not always easy. But, knowing that I had an organization to rely on for extra support, academics became less stressful. Now that I go through the next phase of my life, SBU is, and always will be, home for many of us, the kids of the South Bronx.

After graduating Bronx International High School in June 2015, I attended the Loomis Chaffee School for a post-graduate year. With the support of my college advisor, my new soccer coach, SBU made sure that I had my college applications submitted on time, and all my college visits scheduled. SBU made sure that I was prepared for my interviews, and that I carried myself appropriately. In spring of 2016, I was accepted on a full scholarship to Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. In addition to pursuing my Bachelor’s Degree, I compete on the soccer team and track team.

LEADERSHIP Leadership and character development are core goals of the SBU Academy program. Through the SBU Youth Council, students delivered delivered food to a soup kitchen, organized a computer giveaway to families, attended monthly meetings at the Office of Council Member Vanessa Gibson, served as youth ambassadors for the organization, planned an international food night, and received a grant to support South Bronx immigrant residents with citizenship proceedings.

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YOUTH CERTIFIED AS U.S. SOCCER REFEREE

YOUTH SERVING ON YOUTH COUNCIL

YOUTH ATTENDED A COACHING OR LEADERSHIP TRAINING

YOUTH EMPLOYED AS REFEREES, COACHES, AND AFTERSCHOOL COORDINATORS

YOUTH ATTENDING WEEKLY BOYS AND GIRLS GROUPS FOCUSING ON TEAM-BUILDING, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, AND HEALTH AND WELLNESS.

SBU High school and college students also receive paid and volunteer opportunities to work with children at SBU programming. They attend trainings and can earn coach or referee licenses.

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SUMMER SOCCER SCHOLARS

“Over the summer I took various subjects, but specifically I really liked art. I did many art projects with my class. Some of those projects were the sun print–where you put objects on a special blue paper, put it outside for 5 minutes, and put it in water over night–and the immigration project, where you told and drew a story of a family member who immigrated to the U.S. I hope I’ll be able to be in it again.” - Vanessa Jerez, 12 The Summer Soccer Scholars is a five-week, full day program in July and August for SBU Academy youth. In 2016, 88 students attended classes—Mathematics, Humanities, Community Mapping, and Art—taught by New York certified teacher or instructors at partnering agencies Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center and LEAP. This year’s curriculum theme was Migration. Final class projects included multimedia presentations on migrant groups from the Rohingya of Myamar to young refugees

from Central America, a formal debate on immigration policy, paintings sharing family members’ immigrant experiences, an assessment of the expenses involved in migration, and a survey and three-dimensional map of neighborhood residents’ nationalities. Students embarked on weekly field trips: canoeing at Orchard Beach, hiking and swimming at Bear Mountain State Park, Bicycling at Governor’s Island, and more.

“I really liked the mapping class because it was fun to know about the kind of people we interact with everyday. The class showed how diverse the cultures represented in the South Bronx are.” - Alhousseine Kallo, 16

2016 SUMMER TEACHERS

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LISIS ALVAREZ

JASMINE MCNEILL

ZULEMA GUAJARDO

JUSSE MORINE

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2016 SUMMER INTERNS SYDNEY ALLARD Hunter College

J.P. WANG Northwestern University

ROTCEH LEE MALDONADO City College of New York

SAM MORROW


THE SBU ACADEMY

2016 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Since 2012, South Bronx United has awarded $25,000 in scholarship funding to help SBU Academy graduates cover college expenses. Last year, $5,000 was distributed between four scholarship recipients. All but one will be the first in their families to attend college. ANAYELI BOLAÑOS | Borough of Manhattan Community College Anayeli graduated from New World High School. She joined South Bronx United more than four years ago. “When I came to New York there were many challenges, as there are anytime when you have to establish in a new place. One of the biggest challenges I still face today is the language…. A turning point came the day I found SBU. I cannot say enough about how much SBU has helped my family and me. I’ve seen SBU make students dreams a reality like giving them better educational or sports opportunities or helping with immigration matters. I’ll be starting Accounting classes this year. My goal is to eventually be an Accountant and stay close to my family.” KEVIN CAMACHO | Borough of Manhattan Community College Kevin graduated from the High School of Arts and Technology. “Financially, I was very limited with colleges. With the support of this South Bronx United scholarship I am really looking forward to furthering my education. I want to be an example to encourage my brother to keep up the good work…. Throughout my five years [in South Bronx United], they have helped me become a better player, a better student and a better person in the community.” MUSA KONTEH | Siena College Musa graduated from University Prep Charter School and joined South Bronx United in 2012. “Ever since I can remember, I was interested in learning how things work. As a kid, I was constantly taking apart my toys to see how the insides connected, angering my mother who worked long hours to afford them. This curiosity has since transferred to computers. Today, I dream of the opportunity to study computer science and use my passion to create impactful technologies that change the world. Without the assistance from the South Bronx United Scholarship, it would be hard to accomplish both of my dreams of pursuing my education in Computer Science and ultimately attending college.” PLAYSOCCER2GIVE SBU COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP ALASSANE SAKO | SUNY Delhi Alassane graduated from the Academy for Social Action. He hopes to study Business Management. He has been part of South Bronx United for four years. “Sometimes life is not as easy as we wish. I do not live with my biological parents. They live in Guinea. I am grateful that I have a roof over my head thanks to my parents’ friends, and South Bronx United who have taken me in for as long as I can remember. But the people I live with have seven other children to take care of. I fend for myself and it has been a process for me to balance my priorities. The PlaySoccer2Give SBU Senior Scholarship will help me afford books and supplies while in college. Winning this scholarship means to me that there are others who believe in me and see a brighter future ahead for me.” 16


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2016 GRADUATES

Esmeralda Arellano Ebenezer Asante Mustapha Baila Anayeli Bolaños Kevin Camacho Brenda Casimiro Ousmane Ceesay Aboubacar Diaby Alpha Diallo Samba Doukhansy Nourou Gaiya Edward Gbekie Jonathan Guzman

Borough of Manhattan CC Undecided Borough of Manhattan CC Borough of Manhattan CC Borough of Manhattan CC Borough of Manhattan CC Morrisville State College Suffield Academy (Post-Grad Yr) Monroe Community College SUNY Potsdam Lehman College Ithaca College Undecided

Destiny James Beaufils Kimpolo Pene Musa Konteh Mohamed N’dour Paul Oriaku Brandon Paniagua Khiabet Pelaez-Luna Alassane Sako Salim Sidique Owen Smith Mamadou Traore, Jr. Abdoulie Waggeh Nancy Vital

Fairfield University Bates College Siena College Wabash College SUNY Delhi SUNY Purchase LaGuardia Community College SUNY Delhi Loomis Chaffee School (Post-Grad Yr) Sarah Lawrence College University of Bridgeport Wabash College Borough of Manhattan CC

SBU ACADEMY COLLEGE GRADUATES

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Carmel Addae ‘16

Morrisville State,

Christstely Mboungou ‘16

SUNY Polytechnic, Computer Science

Business Administration & Management

Youssef Naciri ‘16

Christian Brother’s University, Finance

Ahmed Bagigah ‘16

Hunter College, Economics

Michael Peña ‘16

Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute,

Jamal Bagigah ‘14

City College of New York, Accounting

Mathematics of Operations Research &

Stephen Benn ‘16

Syracuse University

Economics

Bazoumana Coulibaly ‘16

SUNY Polytechnic, Mechanical Engineering

Trivian Shorey ‘16

SUNY Canton, Business Management

Delmy Del Cid ‘16

Metropolitan College of NY,

Leudy Veras ‘15

Business Administration

Mathematics & Economics

Alpha Diallo ‘16

SUNY Old Westbury, Political Science

Sheick Wattara ‘16

SUNY Maritime,

Jeffrey Hado ‘16

Morrisville State, Business Administration

Marine Business & Commerce

Kimani Hines ‘14

Monroe College, Hospitality Administration

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THE SBU ACADEMY

ALUMNI South Bronx United supports SBU Academy alumni towards their college degree or vocational path.

ALUMNI BY THE NUMBERS

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94%

SBU ACADEMY ALUMS IN 2015-2016

15 BACHELORS DEGREES TO DATE

ATTENDED SOME COLLEGE

84% COLLEGE PERSISTANCE RATE AS OF JUNE 2016 (% OF ALUMNI MATRICULATED STUDENTS WHO REMAIN IN SCHOOL OR HAVE EARNED A DEGREE)

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Delmy, pictured with fellow alumcoaches Daniel Oduro and Jeff Asare

In 2016, Delmy Del Cid, 22, became the first South Bronx United alumna to join the full-time staff. Delmy was born in Guatemala and raised in the Bronx. Her love for soccer led her to South Bronx United prior to her senior year, and she ended up competing with SBU’s first ever girls travel team cohort: the SBU Rising Stars. After graduating high school, Delmy attended Bryant & Stratton College in Syracuse, where she played for the women’s soccer team (NJCAA Division 1) and earned an Associates Degree in Accounting. She completed a Bachelors degree in Business Administration at the Metropolitan College of New York. It never crossed Delmy’s mind that she could return to South Bronx United as a staff member. But now, as an AmeriCorps Coach Across America member, she serves as a team mentor for the Girls U14 and U16 cohorts and the head coach for Girls U14 team. She plans to attend law school with the goal of becoming an immigration attorney.

“South Bronx United has helped me become a better mentor. I want to give back what I learned: confidence, opportunity and responsibility. Soccer is a main reason most of them join but having an education is the most important factor that I emphasize with the girls. Just because we come from different backgrounds, that doesn’t meant we can’t be successful. Success takes time, dedication and motivation. It’s important to have a support system in order to reach your potential, and I hope I can provide that for them.”

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THE SBU ACADEMY

TRAVEL TEAM PROFILES 2015-2016

SBU SHOOTING STARS

SBU RISING STARS

Girls Under-14

Girls High School

Co-Coach/Team Mentor: Delmy Del Cid Co-Coach: Katie Carroll Coach (Fall 2015): Jamaal Harmon

Head Coach: Ajani Clunie Team Mentor: Mercedes Zegarra-Soja

Head Coach/Team Mentor: Jamaal Harmon Assistant Coach: Jennifer James

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Boys Under-12

Boys Under-14

Co-Coach: Kunal Gulati Co-Coach: Daniel Vergara Team Mentor: Tenzin Yeshay

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Head Coach/Team Mentor: Kimani Calnek


THE SBU ACADEMY

TRAVEL TEAM PROFILES 2015-2016

SBU 00 LA FURIA AZUL Boys Under-15 Head Coach/Team Mentor: Jvon Alexander Assistant Coach: Billy McEwen

SBU 98

Boys Under-17 Head Coach: George Nantwi Assistant Coach: Issau Omar Farouk Team Mentor: Brendan Davis

“SBU helps in different ways for each and every kid. SBU always looks out for you. They make students’ dreams a reality, from giving them better educational or athletic opportunities or helping with immigration matters.” - Anayeli Bolaños, Class of 2016

SBU 97 STRIKERS Boys Under-19 Co-Coach: Curran Dhar Co-Coach: Felipe Bustamante Team Mentor: Tenzin Yeshay

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY

89%

OF SOUTH BRONX UNITED’S BUDGET MUST BE RAISED THROUGH SPECIAL EVENTS, DONATIONS, AND GRANTS

82%

OF EXPENSES GO DIRECTLY TO PROGRAMS

FINANCIAL COMPARISON TOTAL REVENUE

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TOTAL EXPENSES

TOTAL ASSETS

TOTAL LIABILITIES

NET ASSETS

FY2011

FY2012

FY2013

FY2014

FY2015

FY2016

Total Revenue: $115,719 Total Expenses: $99,961 Total Assets: $32,295 Total Liabilities: $9,525 Net Assets: $22,769

Total Revenue: $164,603 Total Expenses: $168,438 Total Assets: $29,090 Total Liabilities: $10,156 Net Assets: $18,934

Total Revenue: $462,236 Total Expenses: $161,144 Total Assets: $330,186 Total Liabilities: $10,160 Net Assets: $320,026

Total Revenue: $454,488 Total Expenses: $412,938 Total Assets: $387,621 Total Liabilities: $26,044 Net Assets: $361,576

Total Revenue: $647,736 Total Expenses: $546,316 Total Assets: $499,050 Total Liabilities: $36,053 Net Assets: $462,996

Total Revenue: $713,450 Total Expenses: $725,297 Total Assets: $488,714 Total Liabilities: $37,565 Net Assets: $451,149

SOUTH BRONX UNITED


*GREEN = PROGRAM EXPENSES

FUNDRAISING

8%

ADMINISTRATION

10%

SBU ACADEMY: EDUCATION

35%

FISCAL SPONSORSHIP

3% F2016 EXPENSES

5%

CITY IN THE COMMUNITY

SBU ACADEMY: TRAVEL SOCCER

15%

9%

RECREATIONAL SOCCER PROGRAM

15%

SBU ACADEMY: SOCIAL SERVICES

0.2%

0.2%

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

OTHER COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

OTHER

GOVERNMENT GRANTS

0.5%

6%

PROGRAM SERVICE

11%

FOUNDATION SUPPORT

11%

39%

F2016 REVENUE

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

16%

FUNDRAISING EVENTS

17%

CORPORATE SUPPORT

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OUR SUPPORTERS (FY2016) South Bronx United is very grateful to all of our donors and supporters for their investment in the South Bronx community and youth! The following individuals, corporations, and foundations made South Bronx United’s programs possible through their contributions between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.

$50,000 AND UP Citgo Petroleum Corporation Price Family Foundation $25,000 TO $49,999 Anonymous Donor The Catalog for Giving of NYC City Football Foundation Maverick Capital Foundation William E. Simon Foundation $10,000 TO $24,999 Adobe Foundation Anonymous Foundation Heisman Trophy Trust Hyde and Watson Foundation Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund NYC Department of Youth and Community Development The Patrina Foundation Stavros Niarchos Foundation $5,000 TO $9,999 Adidas Anonymous Dos Toros Taqueria Yann Geron Peggy and Richard Greenawalt Colleen and Robert D. Haas New York Yankees Two Sigma Investments Women’s Sports Foundation $2,500 TO $4,999 Judith Adamson and Frederick Jackes Barclays Laura B. Vogler Foundation Christy and Josh Gardiner

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SOUTH BRONX UNITED

Goldman Sachs Guggenheim Social Practice Dave Hahn Courtney and Paul Levinsohn Sarah Steinberg Tuck It Away Storage White & Case LLP $1,000 TO $2,499 John Assadi Aaron and Patrice Berg Frank Brenninkmeyer Brian Bost BlackRock Blue Ladies of NYC Felipe Bustamante Wilson Calle Al and Florence Cheung Clara and Kurt Hellmuth Foundation Garrett Dargan DDB Worldwide Google Jewish Community Relations Council of NY Daniel and Shorena Kraut Hormoz and Joan Lashkari Russell Lindell Vincent Mei and Shih-Fen Hu Sushaan Modi Andrew Okrongly Party With Purpose PlaySoccer2Give Pranav and Sheemul Sawjiany Susan and Yuen Tat So Jeffrey Sterrett Susan A. and Donald P. Babson Foundation Hanan Thabet and Sherif Soliman

Sina Toussi and Elizabeth ShahHosseini Kerry Van Voris Westchester Square Physical Therapy Mila Yankova Ned and Noreen Zimmerman $500 TO $999 Ronak Amin Anonymous Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League Randy DeSmyter William Frew Matt and Anna Greenawalt Susan and Ronald Hahn Hearts of Oak Levitt Foundation Jacob Jordan Jordan Kessler Jill and Richard Lesko R. Derek McKechnie New York City FC New York Life NewsCorp Katherine and Tony Pazakis Ralph Lauren James Ruth Lauren Salem Swati Sawjiany Steph and Andrew So Stacy Sonnenberg Gary Springstubb The Vitaliano Foundation Upper 90 Smithfield Hall James and Kate White World Vision Yankee Bar & Grill

$250 TO $499 Anonymous Courtyard by Marriott UES Jeffrey Cucunato Fine Designs Stephen Fox William and Helen Gleason Brian Gottlieb Jim and Nicole Hertzberg Jamie Hooker Tjeert Keyzer Athrey Krishnakumar Jon Lee Lindsay Goldberg LLC Aaron Markowitz William and Sheena McEwen Monroe College Nabisco Robert O’Hare Omnicom Group Megan Pacchia Steve Potter Proskauer Rose LLP Max Rappaport Abbigail Rosewood Roberto Salas Silva Michael Saliba Matthias Schmitt Schneider Electric Tristan Shands Jonathan Simon David Strider Gregory Szep The Grafton Mindy Troutman Sue Lee Troutman Andrew Vitali Amy and Manfred Wiegandt Yorkville Youth Athletic Association


OUR SUPPORTERS (FY2016)

$100 TO $249 Reem Abbassi Kevin Adamson-Jackes and Alejandra Echeverria Carrie Agapito Robert Ainsworth Navaid Alam Sharath Alampur Osman Ali Cole Anulewicz Loren Avellino David Baran Adi Bhagwat Sri Bhamidipati Manu Bhat Chris Biasotti Polly Bijur and Morri Markowitz Eric Bittelman Helene Bizouerne Monica Blundell Gabriel Bourgeois Andrew Buonauro Peter Burka Stephen Burnstin Mara Campione Daniel and Cindy Caplivski Daniel Carr Chris Yap and Christine Chen Matthias Cheung Elizabeth Cochrane Jeanne and John Conboy Thomas and Karen Conboy David Coulthart Gregory Culloo Mary Czajkowski Alex Dabagh Rajeev Dayal Frank DeRose Gabriel Dietz and Helen Kim Rali Dimitrova Nicole Donovan Katherine Eberle Richmond Eshaghoff Alexis Faraci Michael Fox Avi Ghosh Sophia Giddens Marcus Glass Steven Goldstein Duncan Graham Kunal Gulati Alon Hamoy Terence Hanley Kimberly Harbin Andrew Harris Anna Hilke John Hugh Allen Philip Jebran Brenda Kaneaster Masha Kirr Jennifer Knoesel Iakovos Koutras

Jonathan Kral Herbert Kraut Eugene Krishnan Anne Krupman Allison Larkin Ali Latifi Amir Latifi Sara Lesko David Linn David and Myrna Lucey Yvonne and Ravi Mallela Melissa Mariaschin Matt Marino Russ Martonis Sarina Masafy John Mattus Anthony Mayer Meghan McCue McKinsey & Company Marc Mechanic Christin Melone Modell’s Sporting Goods Inc. Rajiv Modi Jehan Moghazy Aria Momeni Morgan Monaco Irie Monte Columbanus Morfaw Srimoyee Mukherjee Christina Muniz Bina Nayee Rani Nazim David Nelson Joshua Nemser Stephen O’Regan Maryann Okrongly Thomas Pacchia Bijan Paksima Ali Paksima Gustavo Palazzi Alexander Panici Paperwork Media Inc. Lloyd Parodneck Sweta Patel Alicka Pistek George Quinn Sally Ra Kiley Rickert Christopher Riha David Rodriguez-Fraile Talal Rojas Thomas Rome Luke Sager Jeffrey Sandgrund Carolyn Sauvage-Mar Chris Schonberger Pamela Schonberger Ankur Shah Alan Shapiro Carrie Shumway Cynthia and Kaku So-Armah SoHo Design District

Anand Srinivasan Anubhav Srivastava Brett Stark Ken Stephens Matthew Stieve Pamela and Charles Swearingen Laila and Reda Thabet Sanchit Tiwari Neda Torabi Rafael Torres Sima Toussi and Arash Bahri Mariel Urena Tassillo Von Parseval Ben Wellington Earl Wilson Adrian Witzke Wei Zhong IN KIND ALL-STARS Adidas Adobe Foundation Bronx Brewery Charity:Water Community Resource Exchange Rising Fund Dos Toros Taqueria Hatchett Books Hudson Whiskey Inspire, Inc. Jeb Brovsky M Style Marketing New York Cares New York City FC New York Immigration Coalition New York Yankees NYC Office of School Food Relish Caterers SportsRecruits.com Tanteo Spirits LLC The Gleason Family World Vision IN KIND DONORS Abbeville Press Charlie Adlard American Association of Publishers Ana Calle Astor Wines Baldor Specialty Food Better World Books Bronx Baking Company Candlewick Press Dog Eared Jewelry DoubleTree Hotel Drift Away Coffee Epicurean Management FC Bayern Fan Club NYC Georgio Armani Harry’s Shave Set Howler Magazine Joyce Theater Kicking and Screening Festival

Killington Resort Daniel Kraut Late Night with Seth Myers Late Show with Stephen Colbert Lavazza Liberty Sport Loon Mountain Resort Major League Soccer Russ Martonis MZ Wallace Naila Patrick New York Botanical Garden New York Jets New York Red Bulls Nicole Barnhart Patricia Kantzos Photography Peachtree Publishers Penguin Random House Anthony Piscitelli Pietro James Ruth San Magrino Agency Smithfield Hall Steep Rock Bouldering Tanoreen Restaurant Turn 2 Foundation Tuthilltown Distillery Westchester Square Physical Therapy Wildlife Conservation Society Anthony Williams PARTNERSHIPS Bronx Immigration Partnership Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Guggenheim Social Practice Hostos Community College Inwood House Mott Haven High School Campus Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center New York City FC New York Immigration Coalition NYC Parks and Recreation Department NYC Service Randall’s Island Park Alliance PlaySoccer2Give PS/MS 29: The Melrose School PS 199: The Shakespeare School South Bronx High School Campus Student Success Network Terra Firma Up2Us Urban Assembly School for Careers in Sports World Vision

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VOLUNTEERS 2015-2016 South Bronx United programming would not be possible without all the incredible volunteers dedicating their time to serving South Bronx youth! Thank you! The following individuals volunteered between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.

LEGENDS (100 HOURS+) Jackie Abdoulafia Amanda Berg Felipe Bustamante Jamie Canton Amani Danzy Srirupa Datta Emily Farley Chang Kunal Gulati Emeth Kim Jessica Klimoff George Nantwi Adam Priest Natasha Rowley Maria Santana Michael Saperstein Roomana Shaikh MVPS (50-99 HOURS) Gabriella Alfred Stephanie Apolo Katie Carroll Garrett Dargan Jennifer De Los Santos Leila Fujiwara Stephanie Gonzalez Matthew Ly Mandi Malcolm Russ Martonis William McKewen Ronald Munkittrick Tania Oliveras Richard Samuels Andres Sarmiento Gabriel Tapia ALL-STARS (25-49 HOURS) Robert Ainsworth Jefferson Baum Mario Biancamano Rob Boatti Lily Burnstein Maya Cantrell Thomas Chen Elizabeth Cochrane Gregory Cohan Catie Cooper Portia Crowe Elise Czajkowski Robert Delgado John DeLuca John Dickman John DiNapoli Jeremy Emmanuel Andon Espeseth

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SOUTH BRONX UNITED

Jingyu Fan Megan Farmer Michael Fox Elvis Garcia Callejas Duncan Graham Daisy Gutierrez Kimberly Harbin Andrew Harris Molly Henning Anna Hilke Stephanie Hurley Jackie Ignatowitz Peter Jablonski Peter Kentros Andrew Keough Matthew Laffer Lorenzo Lagos Fabrizio Lecci Diana Llivisaca Christopher Luwangu David Masterman Meghan McCue Edwin Meija Angel Meza Sushaan Modi Romulo Novillo Jr. Andrew Okrongly Luke Orland Insu Park Luis Pena-Navarro Daniel Pinzon Sara Plotkin Daniel Ranweiler Eddy Rodriguez Talal Rojas Ken Romano Abbigail Nguyen Rosewood Matthew Ross Alicia Rost Stephen Scholle David Sedgwick Amit Shah Mohammed Shaik Tony Shi Madison Singell Kat Sommers Jimmy Steinmeitz Chelsea Stokes Sneha Subramanian Angelika Tapia Chris Tipton Nicholas Tsang Sally Vermaaten

LEADERS (3-24 HOURS) Arooj Abid Rozi Ackbar Francisca Aguayo Abigail Ahern Paul Albert Matthew Almeida Esteve Almirall Jarrett Anistranski Lisa Arnold Steven Arroyo Kireet Atluri Mukesh Balsara Erika Battle Godfre-Vianney Bayalama Jackie Bellando Laci Beckett Joelle Berbano Jamil Bhanji Akash Bhat David Bretl Paul Brown Sergio Carrillo Nicholas Caruso Gabriela Castro Samuel Cathcart Inhwan Chi Shaun Choo Brendan Chu Ariana Cruz Hector Cruz Michael Cruz Samuel Davie Christina Day Nora Springstubb Manuel De La Zarraga Claudia De Los Santos Alicia Dennis Martha Depumarejo Alpha Diallo Stefani DiBuono John Michael Disque Marla Dominguez Caroline Donahue Denzil Dowden Melinda Escobar Xina Fajardo Erin Falk Megan Feerick Meghan Finlayson Shakira Ford Kaeleigh Forsyth William Frew Shanique Gayle Anna Gaynor

Erduan Gjakova Stacy Godfrey Jaime Golpar Lopez Zach Gomes Tyler Gordon Lea Grandford Frederik Groenewegen Rohun Gujral Moore Hamilton David Handloss-Stern Stew Hang Andrew Hansen Julia Hattem Nicole Hauser William Matthew Haynes John Hewertson Tianci Iggee Hu Alyssa Hyacinthe Dennis Jimenez Jacob Jordan Hakim Kabbaj Budie Kadir Tyler Kalahar Onyinye Kanu Piotr Kapela Greg Kasparian Monjur Khuda Matthew Krantz Jerelle Kraus Fnu Krochen Derek Lee David Leon Dan Lembo Carlos Lienau Catherine Logue Pablo Lopez Alena Lovi-Borgmann Carly Loy Leonel Lucero Julianne Maeda Michael Manglaplus Amina Mamaty Aaron Markowitz Wendyliz Martinez Jaime McDougall Andrew McGloin Casey McNamara Jeff Medina Linda Merlo Laura Messing Alexandra Moffett-Bateau Jony Morillo Christian Mota Velez Michael Mudd Jenny Nelson Elizabeth Nieves

Kinno Nojorono Samantha Norris Whitney O’Byrne Matthew O’Shea Uche Ojeh Ed O’Leary Uzo Ometu Abigail Ortiz Diana Ozoria Elizabeth Pagan Vik Parmar Stephanie Perez Elisa-Beth Perry Adaline Pineyro Zach Pouga Michelle Puello Max Rappaport Aaron J. Reisman Audra Rhodes Deanna Richards Alexandra Rizio Christian Sanchez Pranav Sawjiany Matthew Schiller Chris Schonberger Cire Sene Aakash Shah Saiya Sheth David Siegel Conal Smith Thomas Smith Matthew Soja Sean Southall Eric Stahler Devon Stein Molly Steinfeld Jeffrey Sterrett Maryanne Stevens Henry Strickland Charlton Tabuteau Marie Alix Tabuteau Nara Tiang Greg Tilistyak Chockie Tom Olivier Toussaint Jan Trnka-Amrhein Samantha Van Doran David Vang Kendra Velasquez James Wang Abi Warren Erika White Earl Antonio Wilson Paul Young Geoff Zartarian


TEAM SBU ANDREW SO Executive Director

BRENDAN DAVIS Legal Services Coordinator

CARLOS BHANJI Director of Programs

KIMANI CALNEK Soccer Coordinator

MARIO BIANCAMANO Director of Operations

LUCINDA DASS AmeriCorps VISTA Development Associate

ERIC SAITO Education Director BRIDGET MAHON Youth Development Counselor THOMAS DEMAIO Director of College Placement and Alumni

ROSALYN VALDEZ NYC Civic Corps Volunteer Coordinator ALFRED YEBOAH NYC Civic Corps Volunteer Coordinator

JEFF ASARE AmeriCorps Coach Across America Team Mentor DELMY DEL CID AmeriCorps Coach Across America Team Mentor DANIEL ODURO AmeriCorps Coach Across America Team Mentor AJANI CLUNIE CITC Program Coordinator TENZIN YESHAY Team Mentor

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South Bronx United 2016 Annual Report  

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