Inclusion has been a guiding principle of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts from the beginning. We are mindful of our responsibility to the hundreds of thousands of patrons we welcome every year to this national treasure that is Wolf Trap. The spectacular array of artists this year at the Filene Center, Children’s Theatre-in-theWoods, and The Barns included important debuts and returning Wolf Trap favorites. We proudly introduced new patron amenities, including state-of-the-art video screens at the Filene Center and a new atrium and upgraded facilities at The Barns. Along the way our education programs continued to expand, both locally and across the country, while Wolf Trap Opera tackled one of its most ambitious seasons ever. 2018 was a year to remember. Philanthropy has been the backbone of Wolf Trap since its inception. Founder Catherine Filene Shouse’s original gifts have been enhanced by the more than 9,000 members and partners who contribute every year to the success of Wolf Trap. Support from our community and more than 400,000 visitors, combined with the hard work of the Foundation staff, National Park Service, and Wolf Trap Foundation Board of Directors,
fueled the success of our artistic and education programs in 2018. The work we do at Wolf Trap Foundation could not be done without the community, and we continually strive to bring to it our very best. Please enjoy this 2018 Annual Report knowing how much we appreciate our community of friends and stakeholders. Without you, these milestone moments and accomplishments would not have been possible.
Daniel D’Aniello Chairman of the Board of Directors
Arvind Manocha President and CEO
At Wolf Trap, 2018 was a year like no other. From new artists and exclusive performances to expanded education programs and amenity upgrades, Wolf Trap reimagined many things during the past 365 days. The Avett Brothers, photo by Scott Suchman
1 NEW ARTISTS AND EXTRAORDINARY MOMENTS Wolf Trap continues to demonstrate excellence and inclusivity, and over the course of the Filene Centerâ€™s 72 summer performances, more than 50 diverse headliner and opener debuts were welcomed to the stage. Summer patrons rocked out to Steven Tyler and The Loving Mary Band, belted country hits with Jake Owen, boogied with funk legends Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Chaka Khan, laughed along with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, traveled to Motor City and beyond during Motown The Musical, and were mesmerized by Alabama roots band Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit. Fans also embraced their inner pop star with electrifying debuts by Halsey, Charlie Puth, Fitz and the Tantrums, X Ambassadors, The Revivalists, and 5 Seconds of Summer.
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5 In true Wolf Trap form, a few of the summer’s most memorable performances were sold-out shows like Reba McEntire, Barenaked Ladies, Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, Bryan Adams, KIDZ BOP Live 2018, Ziggy Marley, and Alanis Morissette, which packed the seats and lawn with admiring fans. Wolf Trap’s fastest selling show, The Avett Brothers, had audience members singing along with the Grammynominated folk rockers right from the start. Unique productions opened the door for extraordinary moments including Roger Daltrey performing The Who’s TOMMY with the Wolf Trap Orchestra, HANSON marking its 26 th anniversary with a musical manifesto performed with the National Symphony Orchestra, Bollywood Boulevard showcasing a harmonious fusion of live music, dance, and film, and a tribute to honor a genre-smashing icon with 4U – A Symphonic Celebration of Prince. Wolf Trap also hosted exclusive performances, like powerhouse singers Michael McDonald and Peter Cetera, and an unforgettable special evening with bluegrasscrossover songstress Alison Krauss and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby and Friends.
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Disco luminaries Nile Rodgers & CHIC boogie all night Alanis Morissette makes her Filene Center debut with a sold-out crowd Steven Tyler rocks out at the Filene Center The Wolf Trap Orchestra honors a legend during 4U - A Symphonic Celebration of Prince Fitz and the Tantrums command the stage during an exhilarating pop performance
*Headlining and supporting acts
Other fan-favorite summer performances included R&B and rap icons Queen Latifah and Common, singer-songwriter John Prine and rising country star Margo Price, folk rock band Dawes with duo Shovels & Rope and sister-trio Joseph, and a rambunctious Voodoo Threauxdown featuring Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Galactic, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and New Breed Brass Band.
Total Filene Center audience members
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1 NEW BARNS PERFORMANCES At The Barns, patrons witnessed the debuts of indie folk group The Lone Bellow, Broadway star John Lloyd Young, unstoppable soul collective The Suffers, and the “Serbian Scorcher” of blues guitar Ana Popovic. Audiences at The Barns also enjoyed the return of South African a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, enduring musical icon Art Garfunkel, and Max Weinberg, the rhythmic force propelling The E Street Band. In the spring, The Barns premiered a special collaborative presentation with Smithsonian Associates of Shostakovich and the Black Monk: A Russian Fantasy, featuring the Emerson String Quartet and starring actors David Strathairn and Sean Astin. Even comedy news celebrity, Stephen Colbert, showed up to watch the performance.
RESILIENT FANS Out of 72 performances during a 105-day summer season, Wolf Trap’s dedicated and resilient fans didn’t let 44 days of showers stop them from singing and dancing in the rain!
REDEFINING AUDIENCES 52% of Filene Center patrons were new to Wolf Trap in 2018
AN INCREDIBLE SURPRISE During Tony Bennett’s 17th performance at the Filene Center in June, patrons were delighted by a double rainbow and a surprise appearance by the incredible Lady Gaga. After watching from the audience, Gaga joined Bennett on stage to perform “Cheek to Cheek” and “The Lady Is a Tramp.”
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2 REMARKABLE CLASSICAL ARTS Opera and Classical Programming’s 2018 season was truly remarkable. With an impressive lineup, including a Filene Center debut of The Washington Ballet’s Giselle, fresh National Symphony Orchestra shows, and new opera productions and collaborations, Wolf Trap delighted all of its classical fans. In its most ambitious season yet, Wolf Trap Opera showcased the Filene and Studio Artists in three new extraordinary productions. Audiences reveled in Verdi’s familiar music during an exceptional Filene Center performance of Rigoletto, while opera lovers at The Barns had a chance to see contemporary productions of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette and Mozart’s dark Idomeneo, which made The Washington Post’s Best of Classical Music 2018 list.
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5 Seconds of Summer thrills fans with their smash hit “Youngblood” Wolf Trap Opera’s 2018 Filene Artists
Baritone Kidon Choi captivates audiences in Rigoletto
As part of the UNTRAPPED series, Wolf Trap Opera partnered with Halcyon’s By The People and dancers from Hong Kong Ballet to present a brilliant new production of Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins at Union Market’s Dock 5. The National Symphony Orchestra returned to the Filene Center to play eight stunning performances this summer, including Beethoven’s Ninth symphony.
Joining the national celebration of American music legend Leonard Bernstein, Wolf Trap presented an exceptional Bernstein at 100: A WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 7
1 Celebration performance full of icons from the worlds of musical theater, dance, and music. On a magical Friday night, the National Symphony Orchestra and Wolf Trap Opera artists were joined by superstars Misty Copeland, George Takei, Tony Yazbeck, The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6, Paquito D’Rivera, and Erin Morley, who performed selections from Bernstein’s most famous works. The evening was conducted by Bernstein protégé Michael Barrett and narrated by Bernstein’s youngest daughter Nina Bernstein-Simmons. A special treat this year, a quartet of Wolf Trap Opera alumni—now internationally renowned singers—joined the National Symphony Orchestra for an exhilarating performance of The Best of Wagner’s Ring. Former Filene Artists, Christine Goerke, Simon O’Neill, Alan Held, and Eric Owens wowed the crowd with an evening they created just for Wolf Trap. Goerke, 2018 Filene Artist in Residence, also returned to offer a public master class and work with Wolf Trap Opera artists on artistic and career preparation. In the fall, Wolf Trap welcomed pianist, educator, and cultural entrepreneur Wu Han as the 2018-2020 Artistic Advisor for Chamber Music at The Barns. Along with renowned cellist David Finckel, Wu Han kicked off a spectacular 2018-2019 season in November with a stunning soldout concert of Beethoven’s complete cello sonatas as part of the Founder’s Day Celebration.
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Eric Owens, Alan Held, Christine Goerke, conductor Patrick Summers, and Simon O’Neill take a bow following The Best of Wagner’s Ring Johnathan McCullough and George Takei perform Candide excerpts during Bernstein at 100: A Celebration Misty Copeland and Tony Yazbeck dance The Dream Ballet from On The Town
Wolf Trap Institute at the ACCA Child Development Center, photo by Scott Suchman
In 2018, Wolf Trapâ€™s education programs and initiatives expanded to reach a broader national audience and Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts continued to excel as a thought leader on arts-integrated learning.
1 REACHING FAR WITH CREATIVITY CONNECTS In 2018, Wolf Trap completed its two-year Creativity Connects: Arts in Early Learning project. The project aimed to engage communities in meaningful conversations about the effectiveness of early childhood arts integration and create actionable plans to incorporate the arts into classrooms. Over a two-year period, Wolf Trap traveled to Seattle, Milwaukee, Charleston, Denver, and Los Angeles, to accomplish key project initiatives in each city including: • Host free one-day symposia for community educators, artists, administrators, business and government leaders, and other arts and early education professionals, to spark dialogue about the power of the arts in early childhood education. • Conduct in-classroom residencies with Wolf Trap Teaching Artists, where community stakeholders could see the work in action. • Develop issue briefs that dive into key issues identified in each community, including STEM, inclusion, language development and literacy, and social/emotional development. • Award artist fellowships to local community artists to produce an original piece focused on the spirit of arts and early learning.
2016 — 2018 SEATTLE | MILWAUKEE | CHARLESTON DENVER | LOS ANGELES
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Regina Schofield (Corporate Engagement & Education Outreach, Battelle) at Creativity Connects in Charleston Students from MLK Jr. Preschool Center welcome Levar M. Stoney (left) and Pamela Northam (far right) Akua Kouyate-Tate (left) with Vaneese Thomas (right)
Creativity Connects: Arts in Early Learning was funded through a competitive grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and was completed in partnership with the Institute for Child Success, based in Greenville, SC. In the coming years, Wolf Trap will continue fostering relationships with each of these cities, exploring new ways to impact its educators, children, and families, including potential affiliation, future residencies, and other services. 10 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
2 INTRODUCING GREATER RICHMOND WOLF TRAP Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts welcomed its 19th affiliate Greater Richmond Wolf Trap. At an October press conference announcing the new partnership held at Martin Luther King Jr. Preschool Center in Richmond, Wolf Trap was joined by First Lady of Virginia Pamela Northam, city of Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney, Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools Jason Kamras, and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. James Lane. Greater Richmond Wolf Trap will focus on enhancing literacy in schools and early childhood centers in Richmond and surrounding counties. In addition to the literacy-based work of Greater Richmond Wolf Trap, teaching artists from Wolf Trap’s national office will continue to provide services in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) in Richmond through its Early STEM/Arts program. The newest Wolf Trap affiliate is operated out of the Richmond Performing Arts Alliance, a nonprofit organization whose performing arts and arts education programs serve children of all ages in the Richmond community.
PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC
Wolf Trap continues to work closely with PBS and its Boston member station WGBH to develop episodes of its hit show Pinkalicious & Peterrific, focusing on the performing arts. During the annual Television Critics Association Press Tour, Wolf Trap’s Vice President of Education Akua Kouyate-Tate joined producer Dorthea Gillim, blues artist Vaneese Thomas, and the voice of Pinkalicious Kayla Erickson, to provide insights into the show’s arts-based episodes.
INSPIRING HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMING ARTS TEACHERS This year, Wolf Trap awarded seven $5,000 grants to high school performing arts teachers in Fairfax, Arlington, and Loudoun counties in Virginia; Prince George’s County in Maryland; and the District of Columbia—the most grant dollars awarded in the program’s history. These grants help teachers develop and create innovative projects with their students, many of which result in original productions and commissions. WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 11
IMAGINE T h i s ye a r Wo l f Tra p â€™ s performance experience was reimagined by a host of upgraded features. From technological improvements to refreshed venues, Wolf Trap continues to invest in the patron experience.
The Barns at Wolf Trap, photo by Angelina Namkung
WOLF TRAP REVITALIZED Kicking off the summer during opening weekend with The Washington Ballet’s debut of Giselle, patrons were ecstatic to get a look at the new dynamic IMAG screens at the Filene Center. For concertgoers watching from the lawn and balcony, the introduction of five new high-definition LED screens offered new perspectives and created a larger-than-life experience of performers on the stage. The Barns also received its own refresh over the summer—made possible by Dan and Gayle D’Aniello—complete with a glass enclosed atrium, a new convenient entrance, refreshed amenities, and even a coat of warm red paint on the exterior. Created by design firm Gensler and general contractor L.F. Jennings, the new atrium emphasizes a connection between modern features and The Barns’ historic essence.
RELEVANT IN THE COMMUNITY
2018 INTERNSHIPS & APPRENTICESHIPS
Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods continued to be a much-loved community destination with 31 performances throughout the summer. More than 13,000 children, families, and caregivers traveled across the Meadow and over the stream to Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods this summer to watch the best children’s artists in folk, kindie-rock, storytelling, theater, puppetry, and dance. Wolf Trap’s Internship and Apprenticeship program thrived this year, with 27 interns and 11 apprentices from 23 universities, who learned new skills in education, development, communications, IT, production, and more. In October Wolf Trap was recognized with the 2018 Arts Impact Award during the ARTSFAIRFAX Awards luncheon. Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO, Arvind Manocha, accepted the award, which was presented to the Foundation in honor of its significant role as a leading arts presenter, bringing world-renowned artists to Northern Virginia for nearly 50 years, and for its extraordinary leadership in early childhood education.
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Wolf Trap also stepped up its digital presence in 2018 and welcomed more than 1.6 million unique visitors to its website. On social media, Wolf Trap celebrated its 100,000th Facebook follower and reached more than 16,500 Instagram followers.
RELAX & REJUVENATE This year, Wolf Trap enhanced the pre-performance experience, thanks to a partnership with Michelin-starred Chef José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup. Wolf Trap and ThinkFoodGroup launched OVATIONS by America Eats at the start of the summer. Before a performance, patrons dined al fresco or on prepared picnics, enjoying Chef José’s take on American classics. With the finest ingredients, Chef José honored local and regional flavors inspired by some of the country’s most historic dishes and drinks. Many tasty treats found at Wolf Trap Concessions this year were locally sourced, such as soft-serve ice cream from Baltimore, MD, and small-batch tortilla chips from the familyowned Abuelita Mexican Foods in Manassas, VA. Concessions also introduced new original items like a USDA Prime Mac and Cheese Burger, Chicken & Belgian Waffle with Spicy Maple Syrup, Edamame & Cashew Noodle Bowl, and Colossal Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich. And of course, the Wolf Trap Summer Ale created by Vienna’s own Caboose Brewery made an appearance again alongside a newly designed Pavilion Cup. Always striving to improve audience experiences, patrons attending select National Symphony Orchestra performances received an extra treat. Coinciding with Discovery’s Shark Week, patrons were given shark fin hats to wear during Jaws in Concert. Even in a torrential downpour, audiences could not stop smiling for selfies with their shark hats. For Casino Royale in Concert, Aston Martin D.C. and Madame Tussauds joined in the fun by offering patrons a chance to take photos with an Aston Martin DB5 and a wax figure of James Bond.
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Patrons pose for photos with an Aston Martin DB5 before Casino Royale in Concert
Jaws in Concert fans brave the rain with smiles and shark fin hats
CON N ECT
Wolf Trap was founded in the spirit of philanthropy and it continues to thrive today thanks to the support of individuals, corporations, and foundations. In 2018, Wolf Trap connected with more than 9,000 members and partners who are committed to the transformative powers of the arts that help make Wolf Trapâ€™s programs possible. Thank you. Wolf Trap Ball 2018, photo by The Lock and Co.
1 REJOICE & CELEBRATE 2018 was a banner year for Wolf Trap Foundation’s philanthropy program, with more than $12 million raised in support of arts and education activities. Wolf Trap thanks all of the donors and partners whose contributions make the Foundation’s programs thrive, year after year. The most successful fundraising event in Wolf Trap Foundation’s history, the 2018 Wolf Trap Ball was held in partnership with the British Embassy. Nearly 800 guests and 60 corporate partners came together to celebrate the close of a stellar summer season and raise $1.7 million in support of Wolf Trap’s programs. Held onstage at the Filene Center, the Ball honored the arts and culture of England. His Excellency Sir Kim Darroch KCMG, British Ambassador to the United States, and Lady Darroch served as Honorary Hosts for the evening. The Ball was co-chaired by Teresa Carlson and Don and Angela Irwin. Ball guests included philanthropic and business leaders, members of the U.S. Congress, and state and local governments: former Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe; U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA), U.S. Rep. Don Young (R-AK), as well as Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax; and several members of the Virginia General Assembly. In addition to Ambassador Darroch, guests included leadership from the Embassies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Thailand. Upon entering the Ball, guests saw the Filene Center stage, one of the largest in the nation, transformed with magnificent décor and images of the Union Jack, bustling streetscapes, and the iconic London Eye. Guests were immersed in the sophistication and spirit of Great Britain through authentic fare by Design Cuisine including savory scones and biscuits, fish and chips, grilled lamb, and Yorkshire pudding. Entertainment for the evening began with performances by Wolf Trap Opera alumni Alexander McKissick and Alexandra Nowakowski. Following dinner, hundreds of guests took to the dance floor in “The Wolf and the Trap Pub” to enjoy new wave British music performed by The Legwarmers. 16 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
3 Fundraisers at The Barns also reached new heights in 2018, raising more than $300,000. More than 150 guests enjoyed the 10th annual Wine at Wolf Trap in March, a tasting of extraordinary wines perfectly paired with cuisine catered by José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup, and curated by Master Sommelier Andy Myers. The event raised more than $160,000 for Wolf Trap Foundation’s arts and education programs. Donors were treated to six rare wines expertly chosen to accompany the delicious Americana themed five-course meal, and poured tableside by the nation’s top Master Sommeliers. Dancing on The Barns’ stage with music spun by DJ Oz rounded out the festive evening. The third annual Bourbon and Bubbles in November marked the opening of the newly renovated Barns and its gorgeous, new atrium. More than 300 guests sampled 30 hand-picked bourbons and a dozen top sparkling wines and champagnes. Live music by Bobby Thompson and gourmet southern fare accompanied the evening, and a pop-up speakeasy and hand-rolled cigars were welcome event additions.
RECOGNIZING MEMBERS More than 120 members of the Catherine Filene Shouse Legacy Circle gathered in May to celebrate their shared commitment to the future of Wolf Trap Foundation at the Annual Legacy Circle Dinner at The Barns. Filene Artist alumnus Timothy Bruno and returning Filene Artist Madison Leonard, along with Coaching Fellow Christopher Koelzer, performed for guests. Lee Anne Myslewski, Director of Artistic Administration for Wolf Trap Opera and Classical Programming, shared highlights from the upcoming season.
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The Filene Center transforms to immerse Ball guests in the bustling streets of Great Britain Attendees of Bourbon and Bubbles sample the hand-picked bourbons
Guests enjoy Wine at Wolf Trap at The Barns
DIRECTION Thank you to Wolf Trap’s new Board of Directors members, inducted in 2018: Bob Van Hoecke (Regulatory Economics Group, LLC), Srikant Sastry (Grant Thornton), and Jennifer Lowe (The Boeing Company).
In July, nearly 150 Wolf Trap members came together to celebrate a shared connection of longtime involvement. An Evening of Thanks was a special dinner uniting Wolf Trap’s loyal friends who are current members and were also members in 1989—nearly 30 years ago. Host Arvind Manocha, Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO, thanked members stating, “You have spent a generation being involved at Wolf Trap and participating in all the different activities of the Wolf Trap Foundation. Because of that, we are able to continue to grow, to be stronger, and to be ambitious.” He went on to say, “You represent the very ideals that Mrs. Shouse had in mind when founding Wolf Trap: community, philanthropy, dedication to arts, arts education, nature, and most importantly, to longevity.” Following dinner, guests attended a magnificent performance, Bernstein at 100: A Celebration. WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 17
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS 2017 Operating Revenue
2017 Operating Expenses
32% Ticket Sales: 50%
Program Services: 76%
Contributions and Grants: 32%
General and Administrative: 13%
Other Earned Income: 15%
Endowment Distribution: 3%
Other Earned Income*
Total Operating Revenue
General and Administrative
Total Operating Expenses
Cash and Receivables
Property and Equipment
Ticket Sales Contributions and Grants
Total Assets Liabilities Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets
*Primarily concessions, rentals, and education service fees Wolf Trap Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. 2018 financial highlights will appear in the 2019 Annual Report. For further information, please contact email@example.com.
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Content: Erick Hoffman, Emily Hunt, Sara Jaffe, Jo LaBrecque, Peter Milligan Design: Miguel Velarde Art Direction: Sara Shaffer Photography: Jenny Carlson, Morgan Horell, Abe Landes, The Lock and Co., Angelina Namkung, Tony Powell, Scott Suchman, Tom Topinka, Miguel Velarde, Rob Wallace, Valerie Welch
PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT INDIVIDUAL DONORS Wolf Trap Foundation is deeply grateful to each of the following individuals for supporting the Foundation through membership gifts, sponsorships, fundraisers, and endowment giving between July 1, 2017 and November 8, 2018. To donate, please contact Wolf Trap Development at 703.255.1927 or visit wolftrap.org/give.
SEASON UNDERWRITERS Dan and Gayle D’Aniello
$250,000+ Shashikant and Margaret Gupta David M. Rubenstein
$100,000 TO $249,999 Anonymous Hillary and Tom Baltimore Dan and Gloria Logan | The Revada Foundation Gary D. Mather and Christina Co Mather Michael Saylor Estate of Henry J. Schalizki Karen and Fred Schaufeld
$50,000 TO $99,999 Jean and Ric Edelman Virginia McGehee Friend Sue J. Henry and Carter G. Phillips Calvin and Janet Hill Robert M. and Joyce A. Johnson John and Susie King Anne R. Kline and Geoffrey Pohanka John C. Lee, IV and Cindy Lee F. Chapman and Grace Taylor Robert and Lisa Van Hoecke Estate of Ronald V. Villafranco Deborah F. and David A. Winston Suzanne and Glenn Youngkin
$25,000 TO $49,999 Anonymous C.E. and Jean Andrews Mark and Jennie Bishof The Scott and Patrice Brickman Family Foundation Kimberly Engel/The Dennis and Judy Engel Charitable Foundation Gil and Janice Guarino Don and Angela Irwin Matt Korn and Cindy Miller Nancy Laben and Jon Feiger The Martore Family Stephen and Betsy Mundt Diane and Tim Naughton Laura and Sean O’Keefe Norma and Russ Ramsey Ed and Andy Smith The Webber Family The Anthony and Beatrice Welters Family
$15,000 TO $24,999 John and Lynn Dillon Craig and Valerie Dykstra The Ithaka Foundation Broderick Johnson and Michele Norris Governor and Mrs. Dirk Kempthorne Sachiko Kuno Foundation Gen. (Ret.) Lester L. and Mina Lyles Arvind Manocha and Gideon Malone Ramona and John W. Mockoviak
Roger and Kyle Mody/ The Mody Foundation Kevin and Kate Robbins Dion and Michelle Rudnicki Danielle and John Saunders Estate of Susan Sawyer Tori Thomas JoAn D. Tolley Bruce and Christine Wardinski
$10,000 TO $14,999 Madeleine Abel Beth B. Buehlmann Michael and Deborah Chusmir/ The Victor and Gussie Baxt Fund Jeff and Jacqueline Copeland Michele Duell and Richard Duffy James N. Glerum and Diane Morales Glerum Shelly and Jack Hazel Clark Hoyt and Linda Kauss John and Tracie Jacquemin/ The Jacquemin Family Foundation Janet and Jerry Kohlenberger Charla and Howard Levine James Lynch and Anne Woodard Lynch James and Cheryl MacGuidwin Ray and Colleen McDuffie Ann McPherson McKee, Gift in Remembrance of Burtt & Rebecca Gray McKee and Douglas & Ann McKee Seeley Patsy and Howard Norton Charles and Angela Prow Dr. James Roth Gerry and Lynn Rubin Kevin L. Rusnak and Donald R. Dechow Jr. Jaime and Andrew Schwartzberg Ranvir and Adarsh Trehan Gregg Turk Theresa and John B. Wood Greg and Janne Young
$5,000 TO $9,999 Anonymous (20) Dr. and Mrs. Duane A. Adams Dr. Tonya Adams and Mr. Rodway Newman Ramon and Marissa Alcala General John R. and Mrs. Kathy Allen Melinda Ampthor Gary and Mary Ann Amstutz Mrs. Benjamin P. Astley Marvin E. Ausherman Karen Avery and Richard Chapman Jay and Terry Bachmann Russel and Ann Bantham Richard Bates/ The Walt Disney Company Thomas A. Belles and Carla Minosh B. Michael and Sandra Berger David Borowski and Kerry Cadden Harlan W. and Mary M. Bowers Beth Brummel and Michael Beresik Shawn and Gail Cali Claudia Callaway and Steven K. Davidson
Drew and Therese Caplan Jim and Mary Anne Carlson Marcia and Frank C.+ Carlucci III Brian and Allayne Chappelle The Chaskin Family Jay W. and Heidi A. Chesky Brian J. Christianson Karen and Jim Cleveland Cynthia A. and Robert A. + Clohan III Kenneth W. Coan/Sevila Coan Financial Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Kathy and Jim Connor Kevin Cooper and Neal Carpenter Jon and Patty Craver David Samuel Daley Dan and Bekki Danner Enrico and Linda Della Corna David L. Denny and Laurie Scott Denny Tami and Jeff Dierman Kristin and Eric Dubelier Sarah and Max Duckworth Diana and Douglas Dykstra Dr. James and Diane Ecklund Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Edmonds/ Dean S. Edmonds Foundation Vincent Ferraro and Laura Forte Dr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Fischer Michael P. and Marilyn H. Fitzgerald Rachel and Bob Foster Russell Frey J. H. Gaddis Greg Gallopoulos Cathy A. German Bonnie L. Goldschmidt and Michele Shimek Katherine Goudreau and Don Mesecher William and Jacqueline A. Gravell Nancy J. Griffith Marge and Joe Grills Dr. Atul Grover and Katherine Grover Marlene and William Haffner Steve Hale Glenda and Stephen Harvey Robert H. and Brenda Hawthorne Peter J. Henry/Capstone Realty, LTD. Loren B. Hudziak Lisa and Richard Jeanneret Eric and Heather Kadel Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Kanter/ Kanter Family Foundation Richard and Barbara Kaufmann Ashok and Stuti Kaveeshwar Sean M. Kelley Laura, Jess, Mike, and Tim Kennedy Jenna and Wyatt Korff Ross and Kaye Kory Jonathan and Gayle Kosarin David and Mary Beth Lane John and Cindy Langan Sheri A. Layton Karen Lee Matt Lerner/Frederick Coin Exchange James Lintott and May Liang Gigi and Mike Louden and Dabney Hart Chip and Katie Lowry Clark and Kathleen Manning and Family
Tim and Bernadette Manning Philip and Sandy+ Marcum Dana and David Martin Scott and Patricia McMullan Susan and David McMunn Susie and Josh Metz Tim and Sherry Meyers Buzz Miller Ryan and Krista Miller Robert T. and Angela C. Myers Chris and Paige Nassetta Reed and Pat Menster Neuman Marcia L. Newbill Boofie and Joe O’Gorman Christine and Gregory Parseghian Glen and Nora Petitt Carol S. Popowsky Patricia and Craig Reed Lola C. Reinsch/Dorchester Apartments and Towers on Columbia Pike, Arlington Dan Remaklus and Wendy Colestock Edgar and Lillian Rios/ The R&R Foundation Jeannette E. Roach and Whitfield A. Russell Rick and Faith Roberts David A. Robertson Brenda and William Romenius Karl and Susan Salnoske Rebecca and William Sanders Jeff and Dawn Sanok Bernadette and Ed Saperstein Stan and Ruth Seemann John and Darcy Sekas Patrick and Kimberly Shanahan Craig and Christina Sharon Joan Sheppard Mark and Marcia Simione Jon and Pat Simons Ronald and Deborah+ Sindler Tina and Albert Small, Jr. Joel K. and Martha L. Smith Peter and Jennie Stathis Paul Steinwachs Kim and Gary Stewart Ashley Stow David L. Straus, Gift in Remembrance of Betty B. Straus Pam and Greg Sullivan Susan B. Sutter Martha and Brad Taishoff, Gift in Memory of Steve Cowan and John Hines Peter and Ann Tanous Paul and Tracy Tartaglione Mark and Jeanette Testoni Ray and Stacey Thal Theresa Thompson Victoria Trumbower The Honorable Hans N. Tuch and Mrs.+ Tuch Herb Van Hook and Tracy Suk Katherine Ann and Caroline Morris Van Kirk Beth and John Veihmeyer Lynn and Carl Verboncoeur
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Robert and Janice Vitale Richard and Mary Wall John and Gina Wasson Sue Irish and Kenn Weir Mary B. White, Esq. Lisa and Eric Wieman June A. Williams Sean and Nancy Willson Erich and Ashley Windmuller William and Terry Witowsky Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. Wolken Jake and Whitney Zatzkin Peggy and Otto Zipf
$3,500 TO $4,999 Anonymous (18) Ernest Abbott Kathryn Adams Eddie Adkins and Jeff Mendell Carla Allen Louis Andors/Andors Real Estate Group Marian and Jay Andre Mark and Carla Andresen Stephen M. Antal in Memory of Patricia A. Antal Angie Anwar Barbara and Bear Ard Susan Arnold John and Caren Backus Warrenetta and Laurence Baker Cynthia S. Barnes Bill and Barbara Barnhart Sharon and Gary Batie Michael Brabant Beckley Stephen F. Bell and Phoebe Stapleton Susan and Marc Benezra Kevin and Jane Bise Paul Blakely Sara Nelson Bloom Regina and Bill Bouie K. David Boyer, Jr. Michael Boyle Kevin M. Breslin Rick and Debbie Bress Beth and Mark Bromley Tom and Elly Brosius Rex Brouillard Nancy P. Broyhill David V. Bruce Dennis and Julie Bruns Alice and Terry Burns Dan and Leslie Burpee Jill and Robert Burrows Laina Bush and Michael Zajkowski Chuck Campbell and Lisa LeGrow Joseph and Donna Cantara Marilyn Cantrell Christina and Eric Carr Julie Carter Roberts Christopher and Carol Casto Enrico and Andrea Cecchi James and Karen Chamberlain Kenneth and Kitty Chatelain Denise Chen and Tim Maas Michael and Deborah Chusmir Kristin and Terry Clark Randy and Patty Clark Susan R. Clayman and Frank Starks Beth and Michael Coakley Robert M. Coffelt, Jr. in Honor of Annetta J. Coffelt and Remembrance of Robert M. Coffelt Marcy and Neil Cohen, Ryna Cohen Joseph and Jocelyne Colao Matt and Jana Collier Jeff and Edyta Corydon Nancy and Paul Czekanski Jeff and Linda Davidson
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John and Mary Davis Steve and Christie Day Sean and Jennifer Dell ‘Orto Susie and Oscar De Soto Lawrence and Sharon Deibel Lisa Dezzutti Kelly and Andrew Dibble Barbara A. DiCicco Coolie Doolie Nasreen and Nazir Dossani Thomas Dove David and Vonda Driscoll Raymond A. and Roslyn M. Duda Juliana Dunlap and James Corrigan Rear Admiral and Mrs. Thomas J. Eccles George and Karen Eichert Eddie and Rachel Eitches Randall Eliason and Cherie Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dave and Stephanie Evans Jack Fahey Sara and Samuel Feder Ginny Kogan Feldman Alf L. Fjordbotten, Ph.D. Beth C. Flanagan Roger and Nancy Fones Mary and Leo Fox John and Rhonda Franklin Lauren E. Freeman Lt. Col. (Ret) David E. Freshwater Andrew and Barbara Friedman Gerry and Lynne Gabrys/ Guest Services, Inc. Christina and Louis Gadrinab Barbara M. Gardner Sherry, Jen, and Sarah Gardner Dennis and Malinda Garris Barbara Gernon and Valerie Kimball Chris and Clare Girolamo Scott Gold Mark and Jodie Gray Gayle and David Greene Jennifer Greenlee Brian and Deb Grosner Norene and Tim Guilford Stanley J. and Cynthia M. Gutkowski MaryLynn and Greg Haase Marcia Hackett Nicole Alfandre Halbreiner Melinda and Todd Hall Stephen Hammond The Hardesty Family Alicia and Geoff Harkness Jeffrey and Elizabeth Harris Larry and Nancy Harrison Teresa M. Haycraft Theresa D. Healey Frank J. Hearl Sharon Heinle and Chris DeLashmutt Albert and Charlotte Herndon Richard and Cynthia Hersh Brian P. Hochheimer and Marjorie H. Wax Greg Holden and Chris Zebrowski John and Colleen Hope Nettie Horne Jeffrey Houle J. Timothy and Debra M. Howard Elizabeth J. Hudson and Boyd E. Matson Rylan Hutzler Ashley Iddings Richard and Anna Jackson Steven Job, Constellix Richard and Laurie Johnson Terre and Polly Jones Florence Kaltovich and Joseph Hannickel Patrick and Ellen Kelsay Susan Kilday and James Henry
Ellen Kirsh Bill and Sherry Rutherford Krokowski David F. La Mar and Terri L. Crowl Anne Lantry John and Nancy Larue Stuart and Brock Lending Sue Leonard Patsy and Marty Lerman Leviton Family Ted and Vivian Lewis Diana Locke and Robert Toense Don Lopes Patricia Loughrey and John Claringbould George Lowden and Sandy Phillips Marcia and Adrian Lund Jenifer Joy Madden and Mark Madden Michael and Jennifer Maloney Abby Mandel and Mark Hirsch Lori and Scott Marks Catherine L. Marsh and Charles Cox Kevin Martin Albert and Terese Martinez Brian S. Marvin Kim L. Mason, CFP Jeffrey Mazanec Terri and Michael McClements Patrick and Sheryl McCurnin Cristina F. and Michael A. McLaughlin Nanette and Charles Mees Linda Bell and Tobia Mercuro John and Elizabeth Miklos Thomas W. Minnick, National Counseling Group David and Vanessa Moir Lee, Jax, and Lilly Monsein Mark and Brenda Moore Dee Dodson Morris The Morrissette Family Darren and Jodi Morton Charles T. Moses III and Linda Hosted Moses The Muench Family Bernett Mullins and Shannon Mullins John E. Murray Ben and Jamie Musgrove Bernard and Daphne Mustafa Leanne and James Myers Dr. Mark and Amy Mykityshyn Paul J. Nevins and Sheila LaFalce Kathleen and Kevin Newmeyer Patricia Nicoson Thomas and Christy Nolta Jill Norton Julie and Vincent Noto Edward and Susan O’Connell The Page Family Catherine Paolangeli and Graham Duke Margaret Parker Annie Patenaude Laura Peebles and Ellen Fingerman Carey Pellock David Petersen Cynthia J. Phillips Kevin and Mary Ruth Phillips Michael and Brigette Polmar Margaret A. Porta and Matthew T. Swayhoover William M. Post Jeanne and Kevin Potter Jim Prosser, in memory of Rosemary Prosser Jeff and Jill Purdy James Raba and Maureen Nelson Rabaut Family Foundation Eileen Rader David Rand James and Linda Rettberg Leigh Riley
Elizabeth and Ryan Risley Debby Robinson Tim and Martha Roddy Gerald A. and Susan Eads Role John J. Rooney Julia Ruh-Vazquez Alicia Saffer and Kris Hatlelid Srikant K. Sastry and Manjula Pindiprolu Frank Saul Rob Colenso and Kaiti Saunders Dave and Eileen Scearse Jennifer Schenker Mary Scofield Richard and Susan Seabrook Jonathan and Virginia Shames Kathleen S. Shank Cal Shintani Paul Shively and Claire Orth Mona Signer and Robert McCann Joseph and Tammy Signorelli Paul S. Simon Michael and Elaine Singer/ Plato’s Closet Dulles Linda B. Singletary Robert and Dana K. Sitnick Steve and Nancy Skancke Dana K. and Patricia L. Smith Dr. Dru and Mrs. Marie Smith Keith Smith Linda and Nigel Smyth Thomas and Angelique Snyder Dale and Susan Song Sandra and Dean Souleles Sandra and Eoin Stafford Thomas Stanley Joan Stansfield, Stansfield Signature Real Estate Judith Stehling Kathleen and Scott Stewart Mike and Carolyn Stombock Lisa Stransky Virginia and Alan Strauss Thomas and Heather Stroup Steve and Sharon Sturm Derrick Tam Justin and Jennifer Tate Shelley R. Teets and Susan Boomer Rob Timmins and Jeff Kaplan Jasmine and Dana Tiner Joseph B. Tompkins, Jr. Tim and Corina Trainer Rick R. Treviño and Larz Pearson Sandra Tullius John and Mary Tuohy Richard J. Underwood Sandra and Robert Varney Drs. Virginia Steen and Joseph Verbalis Rosetta and Martin Virgilio Christopher and Karen Warack Jim and Diane Ward Kathy Warden Roger and Diane Warin David and Barbara Warner Elizabeth A. Way and Dorothy Dougherty Janine and Bob Weaver Marc and Cortney Weber Sandy and Carolyn Weininger Geoffrey White W.G. and E.F. Wickersham David and Joy Willey Dick and Maiju Wilson Jody and Steve Winter Alan and Sandra Yamamoto James Y. S. Yap Carol and Don Yesukaitis S. Zeliff +
CORPORATE, FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT PARTNERS Wolf Trap Foundation sincerely appreciates each of the following institutions for supporting the Foundation through grants, corporate memberships, sponsorships, fundraisers, and endowment giving between July 1, 2017 and November 8, 2018. To donate, please contact Wolf Trap Development at 703.255.1927 or visit wolftrap.org/give. $250,000+
$35,000 TO $49,999
The Boeing Company County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of the Interior, National Park Service PNC
American Airlines The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Choice Hotels International JP Morgan Chase & Co. NBC4 SAP NS2
$100,000 TO $249,999 Anonymous Foundation Capital One iHeartMedia, Inc. Lincoln and Therese Filene Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Northrop Grumman Foundation
$50,000 TO $99,999 Amazon Web Services Booz Allen Hamilton Cox Business Deloitte Double Wood Farm Kenneth W. and Janice W. Freeman Family Foundation General Dynamics Grant Thornton LLP Hilton Lockheed Martin Microsoft Corporation Noblis Northrop Grumman Telos Corporation Tickets.com, LLC Virginia Commission for the Arts The Volgenau Foundation WHITE64
$17,500 TO $34,999 Arent Fox LLP Battelle Dorothy G. Bender Foundation, Inc. Bentley Motors Danaher Corporation DLA Piper Enterprise Knowledge Ernst & Young The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Hearst Foundation, Inc. The Home Depot IBM KPMG Laird Norton Family Foundation National Counseling Group PwC LLP Sierra Nevada Corporation Starr Hill Brewery TTR/Sotheby’s International Realty
$10,000 TO $17,499 Airlines for America Alston & Bird American Council of Life Insurers Arthritis & Sports
The Theodore H. Barth Foundation, Inc. Bender Foundation, Inc. BIT Systems, Inc. BlackLynx, Inc. Brown Advisory Capgemini Carahsoft Technology Corp. Doris M. Carter Family Foundation Dominion Energy The Richard Eaton Foundation ECS | A Segment of ASGN Endera Evolver, Inc. E. & J. Gallo Winery GEICO Gensler Graduate Management Admission Council Graham Holdings Company Hogan Lovells Host Hotels & Resorts HHMI - Janelia Research Campus Inova Health Foundation Karin’s Florist Kearney & Company Leidos L.F. Jennings M&T Bank Nancy Peery Marriott Foundation, Inc. Mars Foundation McKinsey & Company Nauticon Office Solutions Park Hotels & Resorts Playa Hotels & Resorts Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Service Distributing, Inc. STG International, Inc. Stratos Solutions TrendMicro, Inc. United Technologies Corporation USAA Vectrus Venable Foundation Washington Workplace Wells Fargo Foundation WinVirginia
$5,000 TO $9,999 Acme Process Group ARTSFAIRFAX Arnold F. Baggins Foundation, Inc. Compusearch Software Systems, Inc. The Dallas Morse Coors Foundation for the Performing Arts Devils Backbone Brewing Company The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. Korn Ferry MyEyeDr. Nossaman LLP Odgers Berndtson Olivera Music Entertainment Pernod Ricard USA Tangible Security Westland Printers, An RRD Company
CATHERINE FILENE SHOUSE LEGACY CIRCLE Wolf Trap Foundation gratefully acknowledges these individuals who have thoughtfully expressed their commitment to preserving the legacy of Wolf Trap for future generations by remembering the Foundation in their estate plans. For information, please contact Wolf Trap Development at 703.255.1930 or visit wolftrap.org/legacy. Anonymous (39) Dr. and Mrs. Duane A. Adams Mark and Maris Angolia Jeanne Oates Angulo and Albert W. Angulo+ Jean W. Arnold Jeannie P. Baliles* Nancy A. Bartholomaei Sharon and Gary Batie The Honorable and Mrs.+ James M. Beggs* Ashley Benes David and Joan Berenson* Eleanor K. H. Blayney Thomas W. Bliss and Debra Harkins Bliss Dr.+ and Mrs.+ George P. Bogumill* Barbara A. Boinest
Barbara A. and Peter P. Bonora David M. Borowski and Kerry Cadden K. David Boyer, Jr. Mary W. Brady John H. Briggs Mrs. Joel T. Broyhill* Nancy Broyhill Dennis and Julie Bruns Beth B. Buehlmann Edward A. and Karen A. Burka Allyson Butler Mr. and Mrs. John K. Butler Gregory S. Byrnes Marcia and Frank C.+ Carlucci III* James and Karen Chamberlain Denise Chen and Tim Maas
Deborah M. and Michael Jay Chusmir Roy Cleland Mark Richard Clem* Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Collins Suzanne Conrad* Jim and Kaye Cook Stephen T. Cramolini and John R. Feather II David Samuel Daley Robert D. Davis, Jr.+ and Henry J. Schalizki+ Lawrence and Sharon Deibel Laurie Parks DeLand Ronald and Linda DeRamus L. William Derrow John and Lynn Dillon Kristen and Christopher Eckert*
Eddie and Rachel Eitches Mary Elizabeth Ewing+ Gary T. Festerman+* Marilyn Hicks Fitzgerald Michael P. Fitzgerald Mark and Lynn Freemantle Daryl and Marcia Friedman* Virginia McGehee Friend Hermione Fthenakis James N. Glerum and Diane Morales Glerum Stephen and Barbara Goetting* Sandra Goshgarian Mark William and Jodie Monger Gray Robert H. and Linda C. Grimes* John and Dawn Grinstead Barbara Groshans
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Marcia Hackett Allen Raphael Halper and Kim Kunzig Halper Carol V. Harford+* Mr. and Mrs. Marion Edwyn Harrison* Robert H. and Brenda Hawthorne Holidae H. Hayes Robin Crawford Heller Kaye Ann Hellmich The Honorable Sophocles A.+ and Mrs. Aphrodite S.+ Hero* Jo and Larry Hodgin* William M. Holmes, Jr.* Clark Hoyt and Linda Kauss Alexine Clement Jackson Stuart C. and Nancy M. Johnson* Terrence and Polly Jones* Ms. Terry Lynn Jones* Barbara (Grabon) and Robert Juszczyk Ashok and Stuti Kaveeshwar* Shawn Kelley and Karen Albert Sue Leonard Mr.+ and Mrs. Robert D. G. Lewis Sally D. Liff+ Dr. Diana Locke and Mr. Robert Toense Mr. and Mrs.+ William J. Long Dennis and Pam Lucey Karyl Charna Lynn Philip and Sandy+ Marcum Mr.+ and Mrs. William H. Marumoto* Dr. R. Barbara Mattas*
Mr.+ and Mrs. R. Dennis McArver* Ann McPherson McKee* Beth Masters McCormick Robert and Anita+ McKinley Joshua, Benjamin, and Micah Miller* RoseMarie M. Mirabella* Frances Edmonds (Mohr) and Michael D. Mohr* Ward and Barbara Morris Charles T. Moses III and Linda Hosted Moses Dr.+ and Mrs. J. Frederic Mushinski Richard and Stella Guerra Nelson* Darrell L. Netherton Dr. Norine E. Noonan* Gerson Nordlinger, Jr.+ Nicholas Nylec II and Sharon J. Nylec Edward and Susan O’Connell Philip and Marjorie Odeen* Beatriz M. Oliveira The Honorable John+ and Dr. Mollie Ottina* Stephen D. Parks, Jr. and Amy Domagala-Parks Susan J. and Stephen D. Parks James B. Pearson, Jr.* Dr.+ and Mrs.+ Jed W. Pearson, Jr.* Julia Perry Carol S. Popowsky Dr. Kazuko K. Price+* Jim and Rosemary+ Prosser R. J.+ and Nancy+ Purdy* Charlene and Richard Raphael
Don and Paige Rhodes Dr. Robin Rinearson Kevin and Kate Robbins Julie Carter Roberts and The Honorable James Montgomery Roberts* Lisa and Bud+ Roeder Dr. James Roth Rosanne Russo Bernadette Saperstein Danielle O. and John H. Saunders Alan J. Savada* Susan Sawyer+ David Lawrence Scally Amy E. Schaffer Ruth and Stan Seemann Ronald Segal+ and Beverly Dickerson Keith and Michelle Senglaub Keith+ and Barbara+ Severin* Mary Shedlock and Jim Mizner Wayne and Mary Kay+ Shelton* Joan Sheppard Dr. George Siemering and Vickie Watson Siemering Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Silien Mr. and Mrs. Murray Simpson Sandra and Eoin Stafford Robert E. Stovall and Deborah D. Ralston Pam and Greg Sullivan Robert A. Timmins, Jr. Ina and Ed+ Tornberg Rick Treviño and W. Larz Pearson
The Honorable Hans N. Tuch and Mrs.+ Tuch Lesley D. Turner and Curtis L. Schehr Mr. and Mrs. James M. Underhill Mr. and Mrs.+ J. Robert Vakiener Stephanie and Fernando van Reigersberg Charlie and Terry Walters* Patricia Shea Ward and Paul B. Ward W. Jay and Camille Warren* Donald W. Weber, Sr. Mrs. Robert M. Weidenhammer* Margaret Miller and Richard D. Welch, Jr.* Sue Ann Westlund and James B. Zahrt Earle C.+ and June A. Williams* Miriam C. Flaherty Willis and MG Simon V. L. Willis* William L. Wingert, Jr.* Deborah F. and David A. Winston Donna Wolverton Mr.+ and Mrs.+ Harry E. Wood* Andrew Woodcock and Mary Ewell Cheryl A. Wooden and Dr. Deb Bobbitt Thomas J. Zaug
* Charter Member + Deceased
WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION NAMED ENDOWMENT FUNDS Wolf Trap Foundation is deeply thankful to the following individuals and organizations for their generous gifts to establish endowed funds of $100,000 or more. The perpetual support provided by these funds is helping to ensure Wolf Trap’s arts and education programs thrive for generations to come. For information, please contact Wolf Trap Development at 703.255.1930 or visit wolftrap.org/endowment. Mary H. Beggs President’s Fund Bender Foundation, Inc., The Howard and Sondra Bender Family Fund for Education Robert M. Coffelt, Jr. in honor of Annetta J. and Robert M. Coffelt, The Coffelt Fund for Wolf Trap Opera and Education Cox Communications, The Cox Communications Fund for Education Initiatives in the Performing Arts Nancy K. Eberhardt, Howard and Dorothy Kahn Education Fund The Freed Foundation, The Freed Fund for Early Childhood Education in the Performing Arts The William H. Geiger Family Foundation, The Lee Anne F. Geiger Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts General Dynamics, General Dynamics Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts Shashikant and Margaret Gupta, Gupta Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts Estate of Carol V. Harford, Carol V. Harford Fund for Wolf Trap Opera in Memory of Catherine Filene Shouse Hearst Foundation, Inc.
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The Jacquemin Family Foundation, The Jacquemin Family Fund for Master Teaching Artists The Paula A. Jameson Fund for Wolf Trap Opera
The Mullaney Family, The Mullaney Family Fund for Education National Endowment for the Arts
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Johnson, Stuart C. and Nancy M. Johnson Fund for Wolf Trap
National Endowment for the Arts/ Packard Foundation, NEA Packard Challenge Fund
Terre and Polly Jones Endowed Fund for Artistic Initiatives
The Terry Noack Master Teaching Artists in Dance Fund
Alan and Carol Kelly, Alan and Carol Kelly Fund for Education
David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Packard Fund
The King Family Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts
Catherine Filene Shouse Education Fund
Philip C. Marcum, The Sandy “Tanta” Marcum Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts Fund for Artistic Excellence in Honor of Audrey M. Mars John and Adrienne Mars/ Jacqueline Badger Mars/Mars Foundation, Mars Fellowship Fund for Wolf Trap Opera Suzann Wilson Matthews, The Suzann Wilson Matthews Internship Fund Ann McKee Fund for Opera Linda B. and Tobia G. Mercuro, The Linda and Tobia Mercuro Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts
Catherine Filene Shouse Foundation, Kay Shouse Great Performance Fund Peter and Jennie Stathis, Peter and Jennie Stathis Fund for Early Learning Through the Arts Estate of Arthur Tracy, “The Street Singer,” Arthur Tracy Fund for Wolf Trap Opera The Trojanger Fund for Wolf Trap Robert and Lisa Van Hoecke, Van Hoecke Family Fund for Technology in Education Earle C. and June A. Williams Fund for Wolf Trap
2018 WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mrs. Melania Trump, Honorary Chair Mr. Daniel A. D’Aniello, Chairman Mr. Arvind Manocha, President and CEO Mrs. Hillary D. Baltimore,
Mr. Richard Jeanneret
Mr. Mark A. Simione
The Hon. Broderick D. Johnson
Mr. Robert G. Van Hoecke
The Hon. Dirk Kempthorne
Mr. John B. Veihmeyer
Mr. John E. King
Ms. Kathy Warden
Ms. Anne R. Kline
Mr. Bruce D. Wardinski
Mr. Matthew Korn
Mr. John B. Wood
Ms. Nancy J. Laben
Vice Chairman and
Mr. David H. Langstaff
Ms. Jennifer M. Lowe
Ms. Beth Brummel,
Mr. Mark C. Lowham
Mr. C.E. Andrews
Dr. Gary D. Mather
Mr. Stephen D. Kahn,
Ms. Patrice K. Brickman
Mrs. Terri McClements
Ms. Teresa Carlson
Mr. Thomas W. Minnick
Mr. Enrico A. Della Corna
Ms. Ramona Mockoviak
Ms. Lynn R. Dillon
Dr. Mark G. Mykityshyn
Mr. Terrence D. Jones
Mr. Ric Edelman
Mr. Christopher J. Nassetta
Mr. Vincent L. Ferraro
The Hon. Sean O’Keefe
Ms. Virginia McGehee Friend
Mr. Patrick S. Pacious
The Hon. Norman Y. Mineta
Mr. Gregory S. Gallopoulos
Mr. Charles L. Prow
Mr. Gil Guarino
Mr. Dion Rudnicki
Mrs. Margaret Gupta
Mr. Srikant Sastry
Mrs. Jouett Shouse
Mrs. Janet Hill
Mrs. Danielle O. Saunders
Mr. Donald Irwin, IV
Mr. Fredrick Schaufeld
Chief Operating Officer General Counsel
2018 WOLF TRAP ASSOCIATES BOARD Mrs. Pamela Northam,
Mrs. Jennie Bishof
Mr. Loren B. Hudziak
Mr. Enrico C. Cecchi
Mr. George Lowden
Mr. Reed W. Neuman,
Mrs. Karen Cleveland
Mr. Tim Meyers
Mr. Jon D. Craver
Ms. Patricia Nicoson
Mr. Steven Day
Ms. Margaret D. Parker
Ms. Christina Gadrinab
Mr. Michael Polmar
Ms. Glenda A. Harvey
Mrs. Patricia Reed
Mr. Jeffrey R. Houle
Mr. Jonathan Shames
Mrs. Carolyn E. Howell
Ms. S. Whitney Zatzkin
Chair Mr. Ryan Miller, Vice Chair and Secretary
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