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2011-2012

ANNUAL REPORT BUILDING LEADERS AND SCHOLARS THROUGH SOCCER


CONTENTS

Board of Directors, Junior Board Mission and Vision Letter from Executive Director 2012 Events Timeline Programs and Services Youth Development Program Outcomes Youth Profiles 2012 Graduates 2012 SBU College Scholarship Recipients Travel Team Profiles Financial Summary Supporters Volunteers Summer Soccer Scholars Team SBU

“Being part of this team has opened me to a diversity of cultures and languages as my teammates represent 12 different nationalities and speak well around 15 languages. It has also helped me improve both my writing and speaking of English as I didn’t speak a single English word when I first came. SBU is like a family for me, it turned me from being a boy to a responsible and disciplined young man.”

Kafoumba Doumbia, 18, SBU 93 Sonics

Graphic Design graciously provided by Cover Photo by Stephen Digges, WIM Media


BOARD OF DIRECTORS, JUNIOR BOARD Board of Directors

Junior Board

Dave Hahn, CHAIR Two Sigma Investments

Kevin Adamson-Jackes Chillingsworth and Co.

R. Derek McKechnie*, SECRETARY Lucas Group

Felipe Osorio GlobeOp Financial Services

Brian Samuels, TREASURER

Jos Prikazksy PIMCO

Stephen J. Burnstin, VICE CHAIR Wilson, Elser, LLP John Assadi Assadi & Milstein, LLP Cathy Casey i.e. Design Events Juan Cervantes Learning Disabilities Support Center of New York Lucas Nathan Town Real Estate Andrew So, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Stephanie So ShopBop Italo Zanzi* AS Roma

*New for 2012-2013

James Ruth CitiGroup Pranav Sawjiany Morgan Stanley Alberto Silva Morgan Stanley Chris Schonberger Complex Mag


MISSION AND VISION

Our mission is to use soccer as a tool for social change.

Since 2009, South Bronx United has enriched the lives of

We aim to help youth build character, teamwork, and

community youth. The organization has grown from just 16

leadership so that they can succeed in high school,

boys in the first season into a community of nearly 600 girls

college, careers, the greater community and beyond.

and boys, ages 4-19, and over 100 dedicated volunteers,

We strive to promote educational achievement, health

participating in soccer, education, college prep, and youth

and wellness, and character development through

development programs.

activities on and off the soccer field and to unite a diverse group of individuals and an incredibly diverse

Our vision is to provide a pathway to college for middle and

community toward common positive goals.

high school youth, to be a resource for immigrant youth and their families, and to contribute to the revitalization of the South Bronx.

Please explore the following pages to learn what South Bronx United has accomplished in 2012.


LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Since South Bronx United’s inception four years ago, we have

We are still laying the foundation for the future, and I have no

experienced yearly growth in youth enrollment, in breadth and

doubt that the next year will show our most significant growth

depth of services, in staff, and in fundraising. Most importantly

to date. Already we have brought two AmeriCorps members

our youth have achieved outstanding results that demonstrated

onto our team; we are partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters

the impact of our programs and services. I plan to say this

of NYC and the Inwood House; and, thanks to new grants, we

every year, but 2012 was our biggest year yet. Every high

will soon be introducing a full-time Social Worker to strengthen

school senior in our travel soccer and youth development

our youth programs and school and family connections.

program graduated high school, and 93% of them have

Still, we must continue to build partnerships and attract new

matriculated in college. To ensure our youth stay in school

supporters in order to realize our vision of being a community

and prepare for college and for life, we provided an array of

resource that provides comprehensive support to South Bronx

services beyond the soccer field, including academic tutoring,

youth and their families. We have no choice but to push forward

college awareness, leadership development, and social service

in our efforts to meet the needs of South Bronx youth so that

supports. We tailored our services to meet the needs of the

they can gain access to the same opportunities available to

particular families and youth who come to us, including the

their peers across the county.

support of immigrant families who make up the majority of our constituents.

Sincerely,

In the following pages, you will read how a small but dedicated staff and 125 volunteers has enabled South Bronx United to serve nearly 600 children between the ages of 4 and 19. Through individual stories, including those of our 2012 college scholarship recipients, you will hear how the relationships cultivated between youth and their coaches and mentors have positively impacted their lives. Through our programming chart, you will learn how each program component combines to provide the support our youth need. Through our yearend outcomes, you will see how we help youth develop into exemplary scholar athletes.

Andrew So, Executive Director


2012 EVENTS TIMELINE

JANUARY 2012

FEBRUARY 2012

MARCH 2012

APRIL 2012

MAY 2012

JUNE 2012

JULY 2012

JULY 2012

JULY-AUGUST 2012

AUGUST 2012

SEPTEMBER 2012

NOVEMBER 2012

SAT PREP BEGINS

3RD ANNUAL SBU COLLEGE SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT

GRADUATES VS. STAFF MATCH

TWO SBU YOUTH FLY TO OREGON FOR NIKE’S THE CHANCE FINALS

COLLEGE VISITS

LITERACY DAY

SBU AWARDS THREE COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

SBU SHOOTING STARS, SECOND SBU GIRLS TEAM, TAKES THE FIELD

REC PROGRAM ENTERS 5TH SEASON

SEASON ENDS WITH CITY CUP TROPHY

SUMMER SOCCER SCHOLARS

SBU 2ND ANNUAL BENEFIT


PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

ELEMENTARY 4-10 YEARS

MIDDLE SCHOOL 10-14 YEARS

HIGH SCHOOL 14-19 YEARS

ACADEMICS

Promoting Learning _________________________________ • Literacy Day

Instilling Academic Priorities _________________________________ • After School Tutoring Program • 8th Grade: High School application counseling • English language learning support • Summer Soccer Scholars Program • Report Card and attendance tracking

Preparing for Life-Long Learning _________________________________ • After School Tutoring • Regents Prep support • Summer Soccer Scholars Program • Report Card and attendance tracking

COLLEGE PREP

Early College Awareness _________________________________ • Coaches discuss college background

Building College Expectations _________________________________ • College Campus Visits • Soccer clinics lead by college programs

Preparing for College _________________________________ • College Prep Nights • College Prep Workshop • SAT Prep Course (Juniors) • College Campus Visits • Senior Mentors/Application Assistance

LEADERSHIP AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

Leaders on the Field _________________________________ • Learning to be leaders and displaying good character on the soccer field

Leaders in the Program _________________________________ • Leadership roles on the field • Mentoring through coaches and staff • Life Skills Workshops • Community Service Opportunities • Career Awareness

Leaders in Life ________________________________ • Youth-led leadership events • Community Service Emphasis • Mentoring • Life Skills Workshops • Opportunities for Employment • Career Awareness

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Growing Bodies and Minds _________________________________ • Learning healthy nutrition and eating • Staying active • Health awareness day

Maintaining Healthy Bodies and Minds _________________________________ • Learning healthy nutrition and fitness • Teen Health Workshop with the Inwood House

Preparing for Adulthood _________________________________ • Attending Health Forums • Teen Health Workshop with the Inwood House

SOCCER

Having Fun _________________________________

Learning to Train _________________________________

Training to Compete _________________________________

• Recreational Soccer • Soccer for Success After school Program

• Travel Soccer • Recreational Soccer • Soccer for Success After school Program

• Travel Soccer • Recreational Soccer


SUMMER SOCCER SCHOLARS South Bronx United's Summer Soccer Scholars program is a free four-week full day program that provides 70 middle and high school youth with engaging academic workshops, a teen health education curriculum facilitated by the Inwood House, and health fitness and soccer training. College students intern as teachers and mentors. Weekly field trips have included visits to the American Museum of Natural History, Coney Island, Bear Mountain State Park, Adelphi University, Red Bull Arena, and Six Flags Great Adventure.

2012 PROGRAM INTERNS

Jamie Canton, Hunter College School of Public Health Cameron Hunter, Dartmouth College Eniola Alawoya, SUNY Oswego Josephine Biempka, Howard University Amanda Cohen, Hamilton College Shaniqua Williams, Ithaca College Hope Ghazala, St. Francis College Manar Swaby, Washington University in St. Louis Cleo Palmer-Poroner, University of California at Berkeley Sharaf Islam, Baruch College Sheena Yuen, Vassar College Tamar Glattstein, Barnard College

“I learned a lot about teaching and working with children. I hope that I can continue to fight educational inequity and show students the importance of a quality education.� Amanda Cohen, Summer Soccer Scholars Intern


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OUTCOMES College Prep Outcomes

100% 93% 33

GRADUATION RATE OF 2012 HS SENIORS

OF 2012 GRADUATES ENROLLED IN COLLEGE

SBU ALUMNI IN COLLEGE TO DATE

Compared to... In New York City,

37%

of African-American and Hispanic boys graduate in four years.

56%

4-year graduation rate of public schools in the South Bronx.

Source: Schott Foundation for Public Education

Source: NYC Department of Education


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OUTCOMES Academic Performance Outcomes

OF STUDENTS HAD SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RATES OVER 90 PERCENT

57%

OF THOSE WHO HAD ATTENDANCE RATES BELOW 90 PERCENT IN THE FIRST SEMESTER, IMPROVED TO ABOVE 90 PERCENT FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER

OF STUDENTS WERE PROMOTED TO THE NEXT GRADE

PROGRAM RETENTION

RETENTION RATE WITHIN THE YEAR

84%

90%

RETENTION RATE FROM 2011-2012 TO 2012-2013

93% 98%


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OUTCOMES 2011-2012 By the Numbers

5 successful referrals for immigration services provided by SBU.

596 Total Youth Served, ages 4-19.

513 hours of tutoring provided during the school year, both after school and on winter Sunday, for an average of 12 students per day.

25 high school juniors took a 6-week SAT prep course including 18 hours of instruction and 25 hours of practice testing.

48 weeks of programming during the year.

24 weeks of the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s Soccer for Success after school program providing physical activity and health and nutrition components three days a week for 74 children.

38 total teams in Recreational and Travel Soccer.

125 volunteers served in various capacities including tutors, coaches, and mentors.

5 high school students attended the NYC Leaders to Leaders Youth Summit.


YOUTH PROFILES

“I had the great experience of meeting new people from different cultures.” Crystal Balvuena, 13, SBU Shooting Stars “South Bronx United has been a fantastic experience. It has developed my character and I have become more open-minded. Being part of the girls team has taught me to become a team player and has enabled me to work cooperatively with others. During the summer, I attended the Summer Soccer Scholars program and I had the great experience of meeting new people from different cultures. During the program I took several classes, one of which was Speech and Debate. In that class, we learned to express our thoughts and opinions without having to worry about the reaction of others. Also, we learned to consider both sides of an argument or opinion. South Bronx United is not only a soccer club but a program that develops character which allows us to succeed in our education, lives, and beyond.”

“If it wasn’t for SBU, I might have joined a gang.” Mingoro “Papi” Fanny, 17, SBU 93 Sonics “Joining SBU has had a big impact on my life. If it wasn’t for SBU, I might have joined a gang. SBU kept me off the streets and helped me become a better person by helping me with schoolwork and also with life morals. All my four years with SBU I can truly say that I am now more aware and prepared on what my future holds.”

“I’ve always had averages in the 70s but I now have an 87% average.” Kevin Flores, 15, SBU 97 Strikers “I was only 12 when I joined South Bronx United. It has been and still is a great experience for me. It has helped me become a better player and also a better person. Now I have more discipline and I’m more responsible. It has also helped me academically especially with the after school tutoring program. I’ve always had averages in the 70s but I now have an 87% average in my first year in high school.


2012 Graduates

Khalil Abubakar Omar Alkasimi

College of Staten Island Queensborough Community College

Henry Barrios

Borough of Manhattan Community College

Stephen Benn

Syracuse University

Bazoumana Coulibaly Delmy Del Cid Alpha Diallo Hassimiou Diallo Jeffrey Hado Awudu Musah Karim Ouedraogo Yaw Owusu Michael Peña Kebba Sanneh

SUNY Institute of Technology Bryant Stratton College Fulton Montgomery Community College Borough of Manhattan Community College Morrisville State College LaGuardia Community College Morrisville State College

“South Bronx United is the only club

University of Delaware

soccer program where you don’t have

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

to pay to play and you get much more

Borough of Manhattan Community College

than just soccer.” Christopher Zamora, 16, SBU 95 Blue Devils


2012 SBU COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS “If there is one lesson that SBU has taught me, it is to learn how to give back…. SBU simply taught me how to give more.” Bazoumana Coulibaly, better known as Bazo, now attends the SUNY Institute of Technology, where he is deciding between mechanical engineering or business management and also plays soccer. He maintained a 3.5 GPA while attending Marble Hill High School for International Studies at the John F. Kennedy High School Campus in the Bronx. Bazo has been a member of South Bronx United since 2009 when he joined the first Under-16 Boys team. He accepted a $1,200 scholarship to apply towards college expenses.

“The South Bronx United Scholarship will work as a lifesaver and help me afford the cost of education.” Mike Peña received a $2,400 scholarship to assist in his tuition at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York. Mike chose RPI over New York University for its technology focus and for the opportunity to live away from home. He maintained a 4.0 GPA at University Heights High School in the South Bronx after having moved from Ecuador just two years ago. He has played with both the recreational and the travel program since 2010, starring on the SBU 94 Spartans last year until he tore his ACL. He is nearing full recovery and is looking forward to joining RPI’s men’s soccer team.

“South Bronx United brought my dreams of going to college back to life.” Kebba Sanneh, 20, endured many hardships to even reach the point where college was a possibility. He has lived on his own since he was 16, graduating high school near Atlanta before moving to the Bronx. With no support from his family in Gambia, Kebba worked long hours to save money to attend college. During that time he continued to study and became involved with South Bronx United. He played for the U19 Golden Eagles in 2010-2011 and volunteered at the recreational program and after school tutoring program. Kebba will receive a $2,400 scholarship to help cover the costs of his first year at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. He studies computer science and plans to transfer to a four-year college next year.


TRAVEL TEAM PROFILES 2011-2012 SBU RISING STARS Head Coach: Maria Gama Assistant Coach: Jose Lopez

SBU 99 LA FURIA AZUL Coach: Ajani Clunie Coach: Allan Lazarovici

SBU 97 STRIKERS Head Coach: Andrew So Assistant Coach: Jos Prikazsky Assistant Coach: Jim Hertzberg

SBU 95 BLUE DEVILS Head Coach: Andrew So Assistant Coach: Tenzin Yeshay Assistant Coach: Jaime Lopez Gopar

SBU 94 SPARTANS Head Coach: Kimani Calnek

SBU 93 SONICS Head Coach: George Nantwi Assistant Coach: Phil Traversa


FINANCIAL SUMMARY

Graph 1 Financial Comparison 200000 Net Assets

Liabilities 150000 Assets

Expenses

100000

Revenue 50000

0

FY2010

FY2011

FY2012

FY2010

FY2011

FY2012 (July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012)

Total Revenue: $57,608 Total Expenses: $52,148

Total Revenue: $115,719 Total Expenses: $99,961

Total Revenue: $164,603 Total Expenses: $168,438

Total Assets: $8,539 Total Liabilities: $621 Net Assets: $918

Total Assets: $32,295 Total Liabilities: $9,525 Net Assets: $22,769

Total Assets: $29,090 Total Liabilities: $10,156 Net Assets: $18,934

Graph 3

FY2012 Expenses

FY2012 Revenue

Travel Soccer: $50,244 Educational Program: $35,321 Recreational Soccer: $27,051 Developmental Soccer: $8,093 Leadership and Other: $496 Administration: $29,193 Fundraising: $18,040

Foundation Support: $43,725 Fundraising Events: $41,799 Corporate Support: $30,147 Individual Support: $11,600 Government Support: $3,500 Program Service Revenue: $33,472 Other: $360

Expenses

Graph 2


SUPPORTERS, FY2012 The following individuals, corporations, and foundations made South Bronx United’s programs possible by providing support for South Bronx United in 2011-2012. We are very grateful for their investment in the South Bronx community and youth!

$10,000 and up

Sports Foundation, Inc.

Alan Friedberg

Daniel Polin

The Moriah Fund

Stacy Sonnenberg

Cynthia Fuentes

Alan Reagan

New Yankee Stadium

Susan A. and Donald P. Babson

John Galante, Jr.

Matt Reeves

Community Benefits Fund

Charitable Foundation

Lami Garber

Samara Rudolph

Alexandra Gekas

James Ruth

$500 to $999

Christine Ginsberg

Kendrick Sadler

Anonymous

Timothy Goodell

Ali Sadr

$5,000 to $9,999

Ardsley High School

Ned Greenberg

Sal’s Studio

Claudio Reyna Foundation

Al and Florence Cheung

Sinan Gul

Brian Samuels

Estee Lauder Companies

City Parks Foundation

David Helbraun

Pranav Sawjiany

i.e. Design Events

Susan and Ronald Hahn

James Hertzberg

Michael Schall

Stavros Niarchos Foundation

Lesch-Percy Foundation

Sue Hertzberg

Pamela Schonberger

William E. Simon Foundation

Vincent Mei

Jessica Herzberg

Michael and Kathy Siebers

Michael Saperstein

Margaret Hodges

Adam Sills

$1,000 to $4,999

Doreen Tinajero

Interfysio, LLC

Amy and Stephen Sills

Kevin Adamson-Jackes

Edward and Noreen Zimmerman

Frederick Jackes

Alberto Silva

and Alejandra Echeverria

Barry Wilson

Danielle Krupa

Douglas Smith

Hormoz Lashkari

Andrew and Stephanie So

New York Red Bulls U.S. Soccer Foundation

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Matching Grant

$100 to $499

Learning Disabilities

Susan and Yuen Tat So

John Assadi

Anonymous

Support Center of New York

Sherif Soliman

Bronx County Bar Association

Carrie Agapito

Wendy Maitland

Matthew Steege

and Endowment

Assadi and Milstein, LLC

Jacqueline MCormack

Scott Stillman

Fordham Toyota

Melissa Birnbaum

Derek McKechnie

Studio Cake LLC

Peggy and Richard Greenawalt

Kathryn Blake

Seamus McKiernan

Henry Su

Katharina Harf

Jenica Bridges

Joshua Mednick

Pamela Swearingen

Horace Mann School

Stephen Burnstin

Daria Myers-Shrage

Hanan Thabet

Amir Latifi

Daniel Caplivski

Lucas Nathan

Sonya Thomas

Jessica Lee

Courtney Carroll

Jane and Eric Nathan

Tiffany and Company

Mia Hamm Foundation

Cathy Casey

David Nelson

Ellen Tolmie

Morgan Stanley

Robert and Daisy Clements

Lon O’Sullivan

Shelly Toussi

Office of City Council Member

Antonia and Emil Cohill

Rebecca Odyssey

Sina Toussi

Helen Diane Foster &

Thomas Conboy

Carl Oliver

Stefanie Tsen

New York City Department

Cosmopolitan Junior

Felipe Osorio

Westchester Square

of Youth and Community

Soccer League

Bijan Paksima

Physical Therapy

Development

Jack Cowles

Katherine and Tony Pazakis

Marion Wise

The Philanthropic Initiative

Embre Eczacibasi

Pleasantville Ecumenical

Christine Chen and

Score Sports

Richmond Eshaghoff

Bible School

Christopher Yap


SUPPORTERS, FY2012

Joan Yarnall Ma

Bertha Gallardo

Robin Lyon-Gardiner

Mantas Rodzevicius

Zog Sports

Raj Gandesha

Mike Marsiglio

Augustus Romain

Marcus Glass

Anthony Martinez

Jordana Rothman

$99 and below

Sidney Glass

Christopher Matero

Felicia Rudolph

Anonymous (2)

Shilpa Gohkale

Laura Mazzullo

Michael Saliba

Eileen Ahasic

Martha Guajardo

Margaret McKegney

Salvio

John Arbour

Dave Hahn

Christin Melone

Jeffrey Sandgrund

Kaku Armah and Cynthia So

Emmanuel Harris

Kristine Michelsen-Correa

Elizabeth Sansone

Astrochang

Cristen Hodges

Rhea Modeste

Swati Sawjiany

Julio Ayala

Stephanie Hodges

Andy Moldovan

Heather Scherman

Nisha Bangera

Jessica Holcombe

Siddhartha Naithani

Pamela Schiess

Alexandra Bastien

Margaret Howell

Elizabeth Nesbitt

Christopher Schonberger

Andrea Berchowitz

Bonnie Hung

Jeffrey Nolte

Jan Schwartz and Bob Baden

Carlos Bhanji

Juan Isaza

Afshin Parhiscar

Yakov Shenkman

Laura Brown

Maya Jimenez

Jie Park

Richard Solomon

Juan Cervantes

Elizabeth Kallop

James Parke

Richard and Diane Stabile

Tashina Charagi

Stawan Kamani

Jason Pereira

Randall Steketee

Cindy Cheung

Leila Kazemi

Lara Pizzato

Susan Sutler

Matthias Cheung

Robert Kursar

Stephen Popovchak

Kate Taverna

Sahil Chopra

Sarah LaFleur

Ariel Poster

Karen Tilli

Lois Cremmins

Michael Lanaghan

Douglas Potenza

Tina Trinh

Hamilton Davis

Ali Latifi

Prime Produce Limited

Jacob Underwood

George Demopoulos

Taraz Lee

Tim Radice

Garrett Wenig

Arpit Dharia

Jessica Leitner

David Raisler

Tyler Wenzel

Nicholas Diamond

Sara Lesko

Arjun Rao

Rafael Zapparoli Goncalves

Matthew Edwards

Benjamin Levine

Jessica Reed

Shahriar Zehtabchi

Rebecca Elder

Linda Li

Kevin Reinhard

Dirk Ewers

Evan Lim

Michael and Barbara Riegler

Lesley Finer

Jeff Lind

Aziel Rivers

92nd Street Y

Half-Price Books

New York Yankees

SoHo House

Aveda

Hostos Community College

Nike, Inc.

Steve Nash Foundation

Bareburger

Kiwi Magazine

Carl Oliver

Ted Muehling Jewlery

Collective Cares

Alexander Klosterkemper

Loretta Oliver

Umbro

Dove

The Metropolitan Opera

PlaySoccer2Give

U.S. Soccer Foundation

Lauren Ezell

MLS Works

Christie Rampone

The Gleason Family

New York Red Bulls

Score Sports

In-Kind Donors


VOLUNTEERS

Volunteers include coaches, tutors, mentors, coordinators, administrative support, and everyone else who helped make our programs a success during 2011-2012.

Cassie Abodeely

Natalia Echeverria

Russ Martonis

Ivan Salas

Kevin Adamson Jackes

Dirk Ewers

Jessica Mason

Badou Sambague

Jvon Alexander

Safia Fasah

Derek McKechnie

Gustavo Sanchez

Adria Allison

Chris Fitzgerald

Kathia Mettelus

Daniel Santiago

Gifty Ameyaw

Matt Fitzpatrick

Tiffani Miller

Jessica Santiago

Ayana Anderson

Jillian Flett

Cassidy Morris

Michael Saperstein

Sebastian Apud

Shalyn Fluharty

Farigha Mughal

Daniel Sargent

Mary Atwater-Kellman

Maria Gama

George Nantwi

Donnell Saunders

Ugo Belu

Marlon Garcia

Lucas Nathan

Pranav Sawjiany

Puja Bhatt

Chris Garnett

Yahaira Nova

Marleena Schlattman

Essence Bird

Sophie Gayter

Romulo Novillo

Christopher Schonberger

Jenica Bridges

Sihien Goh

Victor Nwokocha

Ronald Sequira

Marva Brown

Kasey Grard

Yolanda Odoi

Alberto Silva

Reb Burky

Kayri Greer

Carl Oliver

Matt Sinise

Wilson Calle

Zulema Guajardo

Innocent Oriaku

Nestor Solari

Kiman Calnek

Ascaino Guarini

Dhurata Osmani

Scott Spencer

Natasha Camilo

Tammy Han

Felipe Osorio

Jane Sullivan

Hector Canales

Jamaal Harmon

Nicki Parikh

Marie Tabateau

Tomas Carmona

Jim Hertzberg

Jie Park

Charlton Tabuteau

Katie Carroll

Mikell Iles

Ankur Patel

Angelica Tapia

Lauren Carter

Jackie Jacobson

Shivan Patel

Bryan Ting

John Casey

Fansainey Jatta

Timothy Pierson

Quetzali Torres

Ajani Clunie

Jacob Jordan

Lara Pizatto

Phil Traversa

Dimitry Cohen

Pierre Kapella

Katherine Polin

Justin Tuyay

Allan Damkilde

Daniel Khan

Daffie Pratt

Uzo Umetu

John Daney

Allan Lazarovici

Jos Prikazsky

Stephanie Vasconez

Brendan Davis

Julia Ledee

Nikki Riegler

Marvin Vilma

Arpit Dharia

Derek Lee

Patricia Rios

Christine Watts

Domingos Dias

Sara Lesko

Kris Robinson

Earl Wilson

Stephen Digges

Jose Lopez

Bruno Roche

Tenzin Yeshay

Ahmed Dogan

Jaime Lopez Gopar

Luky Romero

Victor Dorismund

Giselle Louw

Samara Rudolph

Benjamin Duell

Charlie Mancera

James Ruth


TEAM SBU

“As a member of the club I have felt like we’re all a big family reaching one goal: to be successful in life. SBU has changed my and many others life’s on and off the field.” Brandon Hernandez, 14

ANDREW SO Executive Director

CARLOS BHANJI Director of Operations

OLIVIA LANGSTON Special Events Coordinator

MAYA PASINI AmeriCorps VISTA Development Associate

JAMAAL HARMON AmeriCorps Coach Across America

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