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Published by jboyle, 2018-10-04 13:01:02

Annual Report 2018

Annual Report 2018

Annual Report   
2017-2018



E       ach year, Junior Achievement of Central Virginia continues to grow. Whether

we increase the number of cities and counties we serve, the number of students
served, or the sheer impact of the programs, one fact remains the same...We can't
do it without you.

You are the volunteers who give students the real-world perspective in matters of
career, ethics, entrepreneurship and budgeting. Your belief in the boundless
potential of young people is an inspiration.

You are the donors who make everything we do possible with your ongoing
support and sponsorships. You see the educational and motivational impact of
JA’s relevant, hands-on learning.

You made it possible to complete the new JA Finance Park and JA Career Center.
This state-of-the-art facility, located in Libbie Mill Library, was a monumental
project that has resulted in the empowerment of more students than ever before.
A very special thank you goes out to our capital campaign donors for making this
vision a reality.

Every time you volunteer in a classroom, make a donation, and mentor students
in JA Finance Park, you inspire young people to become stronger and more
confident in life skills.  Junior Achievement gives students access to success –
access they would not have without your contributions of time and treasure.

Thank you for giving students throughout Central Virginia the inspiration needed
to succeed.

Daphne Swanson, CPA Sarah C. Martin
President & CEO Partner, PwC
Junior Achievment of Central Virginia
Chair, Junior Achievement of Central Virginia

Our mission:

To inspire and
prepare young

people to
succeed in a

global
economy

"I love that
 students
experience real-life
activities and are
engaged with
everyday
responsibilities."

Debra Kidd, Teacher
at Thomas Dale High

School

Thanks to the generous "...thank you for helping us
support of donors, business meet state standards while
giving the students a chance
sponsors and foundations,
JA Finance Park at Libbie Mill to work with awesome
volunteers and technology in
Library opened in October
2017 in partnership with a really cool environment."
Henrico County. 
Ben Williamson, Teacher at
This state-of-the-art facility Freeman High School
gives volunteers the chance to

impart knowledge and share
experiences with thousands of
students from all over Central

Virginia each year. 

Hands-on learning and real-
world scenarios give students

the skills needed to control
their financial futures.

"My students "It was fun to watch the kids
came back to interact and coach each other
school raving through different situations.  

about how There were lots of
much they conversations about what was
loved the trip." important and what trade-offs

Thomas Huss, needed to be made."
Teacher at Patrick
Henry High School Volunteer, JA Finance Park

"JA Finance Welcome to the new
Park is a
JA Finance
must for all Park
schools and

students."

Brett Ridens,
Teacher at Deep
Run High School

"A truly rewarding
capstone experience that
pulls everything together!
Students report this is a

highlight of the year!"

Jill Davis, Teacher at
Huguenot High School

"The best part of
the day was
watching the

students become
aware of the real-
world implications
of budgeting and

money
management."

Volunteer, JA Finance Park

Students explore their options
and choose their paths at the

JA Career

Center

Thank you to our capital donors...

Community Investor

Henrico County

Title Sponsors Challenge Sponsor

Dominion Energy The Cabell Foundation
Regional Government Cooperative
Visionary Sponsor
Bill & Alice Goodwin NewMarket Foundation
SunTrust Foundation

JA Career Center Entrepreneur Sponsor
Virginia529 McGuireWoods

Innovation Sponsor Luck Companies Foundation
Fred & Roddy Tattersall
Tom & Anne Garland Farrell Barbara B. & James E. Ukrop     
Bruce & Nancy Gottwald
Bill & Pam Royall

Success Sponsor Marietta McNeil Morgan & Samuel Tate
Morgan, Jr. Trust
Emma Scott Foundation The Moses D. Nunnally Foundation
Howard & Jill Goldfine Joseph C. Ramage
C.T. & Moira Hill Richard S. Reynolds Foundation
Simon & Beth Hodges Hays & Betty Watkins
Kathleen & John Luke
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony F. Markel

Partner Sponsor Investor Sponsor

Chewning Family Fund Marilyn Bota
Doug Hilemn Kimberly & Frasier W. Brickhouse II
Gail & Earl Johnson Brinks Companies
Lingerfelt Commonwealth Robert & Jenn Fisher
Madison+Main John & Margaret Hager
The Monument Group Hiter & Jil Harris
Martha & John Sherman Kathleen & Robert Houghtaling
Bob & Melinda Sledd Jershon Jones
Wallace Stettinius Pepper & Stuart Laughon
Daphne Swanson Media General
Tredegar Corporation Aaron & Nimisha Montgomery
Jayne & Bobby Ukrop Mary & Bruce Morris
VA Bankers Association Foundation Rob & Janie Norfleet
Windsor Foundation Elsa & Eddie Nuñez
Dorinda Smith
More to John C. Siewers
The Snead Family
come in 2019! Dick & Lucille Strauss
Janet & Doug Tope

Corporate Volunteer Partners

Corporate Volunteer Partners are those companies who
recruited multiple volunteers in 2017-2018.

ADP, Inc. Luck Companies
Anthem  Lumos Networks
Bank of America M&T Bank
BB&T Markel Corporation
Bluestone Process Dynamics, LLC Mass Mutual
Bon Secours Health System Mercer Health & Benefits LLC
C&F Bank Mitchell Wiggins & Company
Call Federal Credit Union Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
Capital One Owens & Minor, Inc.
CarLotz PIEtech, Inc.
CarMax, Inc. PrideStaff
Cherry Bekaert LLP PwC
Chesterfield County Administration Randstad
Cigna RiverFront Investment Group, LLC
Compare.com Scott Insurance
Davenport & Company, LLC Snag
Deloitte Sonabank
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP South State Bank
Dominion Energy Spotts Fain PC
Dominion Payroll State Farm Insurance
Easley Hedrick Insurance Agency, Inc. SunTrust
Elephant Insurance Services, LLC TowneBank Richmond
Enterprise Holdings Inc. Trane
Equity Concepts, LLC Tredegar Corporation
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond United Healthcare
Fort Lee Federal Credit Union UPS Freight
G4 CPA Firm, Inc UVA Community Credit Union
GE Valley Health - Shenandoah Memorial Hospital
Genworth Financial, Inc. VCU - Service Learning
Goodwill of Central & Coastal Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Bank
Greater Richmond Convention Center Virginia Commonwealth University
Gumenick Management Co. LLC Virginia Credit Union, Inc.
Hanover County Public Schools Virginia Housing Development Authority
High School Heroes - Atlee High School Virginia Lottery
High School Heroes - Central High School Virginia529
High School Heroes - Fishburne Military School Wells Fargo
High School Heroes - Franklin Military Academy WestRock
High School Heroes - Glen Allen High School Woodforest National Bank
Keiter Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc.
Kings Dominion Xenith Bank
KPMG LLP YMCA of Greater Richmond

THANK

YOU!

Over 2,200 volunteers
give their time to

JA of Central Virginia
each year! 

Business people,
entrepreneurs, retirees,

high school and
college students,
government workers,

civic groups...
JA Volunteers come
from every walk of life.

"I was impressed Elementary
with how many School
SOLs it covered. I
Programs
would highly
recommend this

program."

Christine Jenkins, 1st Grade
Teacher, Sandy Hook
Elementary School

"This is my second year having JA
volunteers in the classroom, and I
have loved both experiences. It is
really a much needed educational

community connection for the
students. JA exposes the students

to many life skills."

Sheryl Faison, 3rd Grade Teacher,
G.H. Reid Elementary School

"It is very gratifying
to provide the

students positive
reinforcement

about the benefits
of jobs, businesses,

and hard work."

Collin Christovich,
Volunteer, Genworth

Financial

JA StartUp JA Job Shadow

JA StartUp gives students insight JA Job Shadow gives students the
into the exciting world of skills to be entrepreneurial
entrepreneurship through in-class thinkers and prepares them for
lessons, mentoring, and a Shark the world of work. Students visit a
Tank-style competition where the professional work environment
winners walk away with where they learn about careers
scholarships and bragging rights! and workplace culture.

JA of Central Virginia
offers over 20 free

programs for students
in Kindergarten

through 12th grade.

JA programs address
three focus areas:
Work Readiness
Entrepreneurship
Financial Literacy

JA programs align
with Virginia

Standards of Learning
and the Profile of a
Virginia Graduate.

JA High School Heroes

JA High School Heroes is a program that benefits high school students by
offering a community service opportunity while serving elementary
students in their district.

This program gives 11th and 12th graders the opportunity to volunteer at
an elementary school in a one-day event called JA in a Day. The high
school students facilitate programs that focus on basic financial literacy
concepts, entrepreneurial thinking, and community responsibility.

JA Ethics JA Ethics brings local business executives into
Greater Richmond classrooms to have frank
sponsored by discussions with high school students about
the importance of ethics in business. Case
studies, group work and personal experience
all come into play in this important, relevant
program.

Below is a note written by a student to JA Ethics volunteer, Gerard Shaia.

JA of Central VA

2017-2018

12,865 + 313 + 12,026 = 25,204

Elementary Middle High students served

140 18

schools served districts served

317,237 2,214

student contact  hours volunteers

Revenue

Expenses

“The skills JA
teaches are
important for
lifelong success.
 Bowl for JA is an
easy way to
fundraise with
your teammates!”

Vanessa Hampton,
SunTrust

Bowl for JA

sponsored by

RVA's premier bowling event to benefit
JA of Central Virginia students.

JA Empower the
Future Breakfast

sponsored by

Showcasing JA of Central Virginia's
impact in the community.

JA Greater 2018 Laureates (l to r):
Richmond Alan T. Lingerfelt,  Dalal
Business Hall M. Salomon, Matthew
of Fame
G. Thompson

sponsored by

Celebrating the best
in business to benefit
the next in business.

JA Future Laureate
Scholarship Recipients

"I learned how to save and
spend reasonably based off
my budget just by dividing
the money to fit my needs,

not my wants.  I will be
prepared for any situation I
face in the future thanks to

JA Finance Park."

Jasmine Medrano
Glen Allen High School

"The Junior Achievement
program has been eye-

opening; filled with
beneficial lessons I can carry

throughout life.
I have become equipped
with important knowledge
for the future and more
confidence towards my

personal finance."

Kimmy Bardales
New Kent High School

Thank you to our donors!

2017-2018

$50,000+

Capital One

$20,000+

The CarMax Foundation
Community Foundation for
a Greater Richmond
M&T Foundation
Markel Corporation
G. Gilmer Minor III 
PwC
Shelton H. Short, Jr. Trust
T|S|W
UPS Foundation
Virginia529
Wells Fargo
WestRock

$10,000+ Pfizer Consumer
HealthcarePublix
Bank of America Supermarkets
BB&T / Scott & Stringfellow Rotary Club of West Richmond
Chick-fil-A State Farm Insurance
Davenport & Company, LLC  SunTrust Mid-Atlantic
DNC Travel Hospitality Foundation
Services TowneBank
Genworth Foundation Virginia Commonwealth
Gumenick Properties University
Herndon Foundation  Virginia Credit Union, Inc.
Lingerfelt CommonWealth Wells Fargo Foundation 
Partners YMCA of Greater Richmond
Luck Companies Foundation
Lumber Liquidators, Inc. 

$5,000+ $2,500+

Accenture LLP C&F Bank
Altria CapTech
Anthem  Josée G. Covington
Archer Integration, LLC First Tennessee Bank
Bluestone Process Dynamics, LLC Fuel Creative
Bon Secours Health System Mr. & Mrs. H. Hiter Harris
Central Virginia Waste Management Doug Hilemn
Authority Hourigan Construction Corp
Wayne and Nancy Chasen Family Fund of HRH Charitable Fund of the
the Community Foundation for a Greater Community Foundation for a Greater
Richmond Richmond
Cigna The Jefferson Hotel
County Waste Keiter 
Deloitte  Luck Companies 
Dominion Energy Marsh & McLennan Companies
Dominion Foundation PNC Bank
Estes Foundation R.E.B. Foundation of the Community
EY Foundation for a Greater Richmond
Goodwill of Central & Coastal VA Bill & Pam Royall
Bill & Alice Goodwin John Sliman
Simon Hodges Dorinda Smith
E. A. Holsten Matt Thompson, Jr.
Kings Dominion Troutman Sanders
KPMG LLP  Mr. & Mrs. James Ukrop
Daniel Ludwin UPS Freight
Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC Vaco Richmond
Mayer Electric Supply Workshop Digital
NewMarket Corporation 
Owens & Minor
St. Christopher's School
Salomon & Ludwin
South State Bank
SunTrust 
TowneBank Richmond
Tredegar Corporation 
United Healthcare
The Universal Leaf Foundation
Wegmans
Williams Mullen 

$1,000+ $500+

Franco & Ruth Ambrogi  Christine Anderson
Amica Mutual Insurance Company Jillian Avey
P.C. Amin Benny Bowman
Apple Hospitality REIT Brockenbrough Family Fund of the
Ken Baker Community Foundation for a Greater
Beverly Bean Richmond
Benevity Community Impact Fund CFA Virginia
Frasier W. Brickhouse II T. Patrick Collins
The Brink's Company Kelly Conway
Larry Brown Jennifer Corey
Katherine & Mark Busser Chris Crowe
Call Federal Credit Union DeFazio Industries LLC 
Andrew Carington  Helen Dow
Carneal Drew Foundation Ben English
Claud Crosby Terrye Enslow 
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP Sarah Gardner
George Fearnow  Roy Grier
Robert Fisher Matthew Grossman
Fulton Bank John and Margaret Hager Fund of the
Genworth Financial Community Foundation for a Greater
Howard S. Goldfine  Richmond
Valerie Heinz Brenton S. Halsey 
Canon Hickman Shawn Handley
Kathleen Houghtaling Ted Hanson
George Jennison Mitchell Hassell
Alan Kirshner Kristin Henshaw  
Frank Laughon Robert Huebner 
Debbi & George Little Brian Johnson
Christopher Lucy Stephanie Karfias
John A Luke, Jr. Bruce Kay
Sarah C. Martin  Charles Kemp 
Mass Mutual Thomas Kirkup
Mary Morris Keith Langford 
Motorsports Charities Toby Leslie
Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia Fund of the Cindy McMaster
Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond Mr. & Mrs. Charles Meenehan 
Patient First Corporation Dawn Murphy
Clyde Pehl Robert F. Norfleet
The Reco Foundation Steve Norum
Riggs Ward Design LC Chip Phillips
Riverfront Investment Group Joe Ramage
Riverside Logistics Services John Ramirez
Gerard Shaia Peter Ramsey
Siewers Lumber & Millwork Ben Ross
Sledd Family Charitable Fund of the Community Schwarzschild Fund 
Foundation for a Greater Richmond Walter Smith
Snead Family Foundation Janet N. Tope 
SunTrust Mortgage Michael Wade
Daphne Swanson James Walker
Walmart Stores Hays T. Watkins 
Jane Watkins Josh Wheeler 
Duane Williams Kelly Whitley
Theresa Wills
Thomas and Susan Wood Fund
Worth Higgins & Associates
John Zehab

$100+ Lawrence Hubbard  Adrienne Schumacher 
Alvin Hutzler  Susan & Sidney Scott
Alexis Advisors LLC Darius Johnson  Jean Segner
Catherine Anders  Kari Jolly Erik Shellenhamer
John Atkinson D. Michael Jones  Sherman Family Fund of the
Nancy Bagranoff Stanley K. Joynes III  Community Foundation for a Greater
Ray Barnes  Michael T. Jurkow  Richmond
Casey Bartok  John Ellsworth Kent, Jr.  Neil Shuey
Chris & Joe Baum  Damien Klute  Michael Silva
David Bibb Amanda Landron Carl & Diane Simon 
James Billingsley Fonda Lang  Anna Skvortsova
Peter Black Brian Lange Judy Skyler
Rodney Blevins Justin Lassiter  Wendy Smith 
Chris Bossola Tonya Lavelle South State Bank
Jennifer Boyle Knut Lavine  Steve Spasojevich
Angela Cain  Chad Lawson  Richard E. Strauss 
I. Lee Chapman IV Gayle Leonard Adam Sweet 
Carol Cho Nate Liberati  Chris Terrell 
Billie Clark  William Liepis Janine Thomas
Robert Clark Todd Loving Kelsey Thomas 
Lori Cochran  Will Luckert Kris Thomas 
Collegiate School M&T Bank Gary Thomson 
Kimberly Collins Jonathan Macdonald Anne M. Tracy 
Comcast Foundation Eric Mann Edward Trageser
Commodity Cables  Catherine Matawaran N. Elisabeth Turner
Chad Covelli Jon Mathiasen United Way of Greater Atlanta
Frederic Cox, Jr.  Charles McCarthy Jim Updyke
Ralph R. Crosby, Jr. Gilbert McCraw Christopher Vinyard
Matt Davison Matthew McDonald  Virginia Commonwealth Bank
Anthony DeFazio John McKelvey Virginia Lighting Associates
Michael DeFazio Amy Menefee  Leah Walder
Rick DeFazio Scott Merithew Milam Walters
Angela Dempsey Kenneth Meyer Stratford Ward 
Linda Derr Amy Miller Rawley Watson
Edward DuRocher Natasha Mishler  Anthony Weekly
Lisa Dwelle Michael Muldowney Chris White
Byron Edwards Shannon Murphy  Roger Williams 
Dina Eggleston Joseph Nadder Kristen Williamson
Cherryll Marie Ellis James Neal  James Winslow 
Mary Eure Network for Good Jaclyn Wood
Michael Faloney  Timothy Nguyen Fred Wood
Thomas Fauls Douglas Nickerson  David Woodburn
Renee Fisher Andrew Norris  Paul Young 
Danielle Fitz-Hugh Theodore Oswald Robert Zahn
David Fratkin Lisa Overton
Rob Frayser Travis Patton
Nathan Frost John Pendleton
Blake Gillespie  Robert Perry
L. Michael Gracik, Jr.  PG Tool Sales Agency 
Eugene & Barbara Grecheck PGA Tour Charities
Brad Grove Edward H. Phillips, Jr.
Bonnie Hamilton Randy Phillips 
Christine Hamlett Kelli Plusch
Sherelyn Hammett Donald Pollard
Vanessa Hampton Charles Powers 
Lee Hannah Robert & Jan Reynolds
Colin Hannifin Angela Roisten
Scot Hathaway  Samuel Ross
Tim Hendricks Doug Roth
Lisa Hessberg Kristina Sabrou 
Cecilia Hodges Matthew Schaaf
Vickie Holpe
Elizabeth Hopper

JA of Central Virginia Boards
2018-2019

Board of Directors

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chair:  Sarah C. Martin - PwC
Vice Chair:  Frasier W. Brickhouse II - Tredegar Corporation
Secretary:  Andrew Carington - Woodward & Carington, LLC
Chair, Board Governance:  Benny Bowman - Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc.
Chair, Finance & Audit:  Helen Dow - Goodwill of Central & Coastal Virginia
Chair, Fundraising:  Duane Williams - UPS Freight
Co-Chair, Mission Advancement:  Amy Miller - Vaco Richmond
Co-Chair, Mission Advancement:  Angela Roisten - Virginia Credit Union
Past Chair:  Simon Hodges - Dominion Energy

AT LARGE BOARD EMERITUS
Valerie Heinz - CarMax, Inc. Jonathan B. Macdonald, Esq.
Pat Collins - TowneBank Richmond Joseph C. Ramage

BOARD Robert Huebner - Bluestone Process
Jillian Avey - Markel Corporation Dynamics, LLC
Larry Brown - Horton International Brian Johnson - Genworth Financial
Katie Burnett - Wells Fargo Stephanie Karfias - SunTrust
Ron Carey - Tilt Creative+Production Mortgage
I. Lee Chapman IV - Davenport & Charles Kemp - Williams Mullen
Company, LLC Brian Lange - South State Bank
Brian Combs - PNC Bank Toby Leslie - Keiter
Chris Crowe - Lumber Liquidators Christopher Lucy - Accenture
Terrye Enslow - Luck Companies Mary Morris - Virginia529 
Robert Fisher - KPMG LLP Walter Preston - State Farm Insurance
Danielle Fitz-Hugh - Chesterfield Peter Ramsey - Pfizer Consumer
Chamber of Commerce Healthcare
Danielle Gilbert - Manifest in You Ana Reilly - Gumenick Properties
Consulting, LLC Benjamin Ross - M&T Bank
Lee Hannah - Cigna HealthCare Matthew Schaaf - SunTrust
Kyle Harkrader - EY Gerard Shaia - Costen Floors, Inc.
Mitchell W. Hassell - BB&T John Sliman - Deloitte
Matthew Head - Mayer Electric Supply Leah Walder - Leah Walder Interiors
Kristin Henshaw - Mercer Paul Ward II - Bank of America
Canon Hickman - Equity Concepts Theresa Wills - Capital One
Kathy Houghtaling - Federal Reserve
Bank of Richmond

Advisory Board Charles S. Luck III
Gilmer Minor III
Thomas E. Capps James E. Ukrop
William H. Goodwin, Jr.
Brenton S. Halsey

JA of Central Virginia Boards
2018-2019

Young Professionals Board

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chair:  Vanessa Hampton - SunTrust
Vice-Chair:  Mack Frost - Federal Highway Administration
Secretary:  Leesa Christian - Markel Corporation
Chair, Marketing:  Shannon Early - UPS Freight
Immediate Past Chair:  John Pendleton - Scott Insurance
Co-Chair, Business Relations/Sponsorship:  Sara Stone - ECPI
Co-Chair, Business Relations/Sponsorship:  Caitlin Kilcoin - Education Advisory
Board (EAB)

BOARD
Ryan Angus - UPS Freight
April Auger-Perrin - All Aware
Jamie Billingsley - Dominion Energy
Allen Bowman - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Annie Cai Larson - Genworth
Erin Cheeley - Luck Companies
Angel Clarke - Bank of America
William Clinton - Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital
Carter French - Education Advisory Board (EAB)
Rachel Griggs - Cherry Bekaert
Bonnie Hamilton - The Brink's Company
Tim Hendricks - Capital One
Dollie Kelly - C&F Bank
Kristen Killea - Altria
Justin Lassiter - Kaléo
Jennifer Likander - Markel Corporation
Andrew Miller - Workshop Digital
Lauren Minnick - BB&T
Brittany Poore - Bon Secours
Sarah Schneider - Allianz
Logan Tinder - Bioventus
LaKrisha Watson - Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP

Education Advisory Board

Dr. Amy Cashwell - Henrico County Public Schools
Dr. Mervin Daugherty - Chesterfield County Public Schools
Dr. Michael Gill - Hanover County Public Schools
Dr. Eric Jones - Powhatan County Public Schools
Mr. Jason Kamras - Richmond Public Schools
Dr. Dave Myers - New Kent County Public Schools
Dr. Marcus Newsome - Petersburg City Public Schools
Dr. George Parker III - Caroline County Public Schools
Dr. Jeremy Raley - Goochland County Public Schools

88% of JA alumni report being satisfied in their career,
compared to less than half the general population.

1 in 3 alumni credit JA for giving them the idea of
what they wanted to do when they grow up.

JA alumni earn 20% more than the general
population. And they're more likely to be

better off than their parents.

55% of alumni say they learned how a business
works through their JA experience.

JA alumni are 143% more likely to start a business
than the general public.

1 in 5 JA alumni say they work or have worked in the
same field as their childhood JA volunteer.

OFFICE JA FINANCE PARK
1801 Libbie Avenue, Suite 203 Libbie Mill Library
2100 Libbie Lake East Street
Richmond, VA 23226 Richmond, VA 23230

804-217-8855
JAtoday.org


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