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Published by jboyle, 2020-02-10 14:02:02

2018-2019 Annual Report

2018-2019 Annual Report

2018 - 2019
ANNUAL REPORT

PREPARING TOMORROW'S
WORKFORCE


©Nancy Parker www.cabayphoto.com
©Nancy Parker www.cabayphoto.com


Dear Friends,

It is abundantly clear that the Greater Richmond community is dedicated to
the success of future generations.

Supporters of Junior Achievement of Central Virginia - our volunteers, board,
donors, and educators - inspire young people to succeed. Paths to
success come in many forms. Whether college or certification, military service
or entrepreneurship, at JA, we endorse any endeavor that gives students the 
opportunity to plan for their futures and make smart financial decisions.

The Profile of a Virginia Graduate describes the knowledge, skills, and
experiences that students must attain to be successful after high school.
Created by the State Board of Education, this Profile focuses on the five C's -
Critical thinking, Creative thinking, Collaboration, Communication, and
Citizenship. In order to graduate, all Virginia high school students must
demonstrate content knowledge, workplace skills, community engagement,
civic responsibility, and an ability to explore careers.

We are proud that JA programs align perfectly with the core elements of the
Commonwealth's framework, allowing us the unique opportunity to work
even more closely with school leadership, educators, and the business
community to ensure the next generation is ready for success!

Thank you for supporting JA of Central Virginia and JA students throughout
the region. 

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

Junior Achievement's mission is to inspire and prepare
young people to succeed in a global economy.


WORK READINESS

44% of senior executives say Americans
lack soft skills such as critical thinking,
creativity, communication, and
collaboration.* 

92% of senior executives 
believe Americans aren't as
skilled as they need to be.*

Work readiness is a key area of focus for Junior Achievement’s proven programs.
JA connects volunteer role models from the community with students. Our
volunteers share their career experiences and introduce young people to
professions and industries that they may not have been aware of otherwise.  JA
programs help students understand the world of work, what skills are necessary to
succeed, and how to continue growing professionally.

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

1 in 3 JA alumni say that
their experience gave
them an idea of what to
do for a career.

Dear Sharper Palate,
Thank you so much for giving our school the opportunity to visit you. I had a really nice
time having the chance to cook in an actual commercial kitchen. I even learned other things
about the workplace that I hadn't known before. Everyone was wonderful and I really do
hope I get the chance to come again.

Sincerely,
Brianna

Culinary Arts - Henrico High School / JA Job Shadow Student

*According to Adecco USA All JA statistics provided by JA USA.


ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurial skills such as problem-
solving, adaptability, initiative, self-
awareness, and resilience are what

graduates need to be competitive in the
market today.

Business startups are
responsible for 20% of
gross job creation.*

Junior Achievement created the world’s first youth entrepreneurship education
program in 1919. Since then, more than 100 million young people have
participated in JA programs, and many of them have gone on to become
successful entrepreneurs. JA connects volunteers from the business community
with young people to inspire them to consider the opportunities associated with
being an entrepreneur.  

JA alumni are 2.5 JA alumni have a better
times more likely to  understanding of how business works
start a business than and a more positive attitude toward
the U.S. economic system.
the general public.

Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to
showcase my ideas. I enjoyed the curriculum
learned in class, and the ability to go to VCU
and present my product was amazing.
Learning how to write a business plan and
prepare the numbers needed to make a
successful product was something I had never
done before. During and after the process, I
found I really enjoyed the creative aspect that
goes with developing a product.

Thank you,
Emery

Glen Allen High School / JA StartUp Student

*According to the Review of Economics and Statistics


FINANCIAL LITERACY

Only 2 in 5 adults say they keep track of
their finances using a budget.*

©Nancy Parker www.cabayphoto.com 1 in 3 adults carry a credit card balance
month-to-month, and many have nothing
saved for retirement.*

Junior Achievement lays the foundation for greater economic stability across all
communities and fulfills the promise of economic independence for today's
youth. JA's hands-on programs give students the opportunity to improve their
financial capability, understand the importance of staying in school, and
expand their vision for the future.

JA alumni are socially JA alumni earn 20% more than the general
mobile, with more than population and are more likely to be better
60% shifting from low-
income areas in their youth off than their parents.
to middle- and high-income
areas in adulthood.

Dear Mr. Chris and Mr. Keith (JA volunteers),
Thank you for teaching us about money and
business. Now we know lots of information about
profit, loss, revenue, and expenses. Also, thank you
for taking time off of your work to come and teach
us. That was very nice of you.

4th grader at Harvie Elementary School
JA student

*According to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling


high middle elementary

OUR PROGRAMS


2018-2019

24 145 24,190 students
school served
districts     schools
11,268 elementary school students
      791 middle school students
12,131 high school students

student contact hours 797 volunteer
       companies
281,944 teachers
256

volunteers 9,775 value of volunteer time *

2,389 volunteer   $248*,578
hours
*Based on*IBnadseedpeonndInednetpSeencdteonr'tsS2e0ct1o9r'vsa2l0u1e9ovfa$lu2e5o.4f3$2p5e.4r3vopleurnvtoeluenr theoeur hr.our.

CONTRIBUTIONS
& REVENUES*

EXPENDITURES**

*Total ending net assets: $4,390,372
**Total fundraising expenses: $184,087


VOLUNTEER PARTNERS

Volunteer partners include those companies who recruited more than one
volunteer in 2018-2019.

A Sharper Palate Catering Company KPMG LLP
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Luck Companies
Atlantic Union Bank M&T Bank
Bank of America Markel Corporation
Baylands Family Credit Union MassMutual Greater Richmond
BB&T Mercer Health &  Benefits LLC
Bluestone High School Mitchell Wiggins & Company, LLP
C&F Bank Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Call Federal Credit Union PCG Public Partnerships
Capital Ale House PwC
Capital One Richmond Behavioral Health Foundation
CarMax, Inc. Richmond City Police
Chesterfield County Administration Richmond Flying Squirrels
Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce Salem Web Network
Chesterfield Federal Credit Union Snagajob
Chesterfield Observer Sonabank
CIGNA HealthCare of Virginia, Inc. South State Bank
Citizens One Spotts Fain PC
City of Richmond State Farm
Commonwealth Commercial Partners, Inc. SunTrust
Davenport & Company, LLC The Market @ 25th
Deloitte TowneBank Richmond
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP Tredegar Corporation
Dominion Energy Tribble Electric
Dominion Payroll Ukrop's Homestyle Foods
Elephant Insurance Services, LLC University of Richmond
Enterprise Holdings Inc. UPS Freight
EY UVA Community Credit Union
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Virginia529
Fort Lee Federal Credit Union Virginia Auditor of Public Accountants
Genworth Financial, Inc. Virginia Commonwealth Bank
Goodwill of Central & Coastal Virginia Virginia Cooperative Extension
Greater Richmond Convention Center Virginia Credit Union, Inc.
Gumenick Management Co. LLC Virginia Housing Development Authority
Hantzmon Wiebel Virginia National Guard Family Programs
High School Heroes - Atlee High School Virginia Retirement System
High School Heroes - Fishburne Military School Wells Fargo
High School Heroes - Franklin Military Academy WestRock
High School Heroes - Trinity Episcopal School Woodforest National Bank
Junior Achievement Of Central Virginia Workshop Digital
Keiter Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc.
Kings Dominion

Thank you!


EVENTS

JA Empower the Future

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

©Nancy Parker www.cabayphoto.com

Bowl for JA

Build a team. Bowl for fun. Boost JA programs.

JA Greater Richmond Business Hall of Fame

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


CAPITAL DONORS

Community Investor

Title Sponsors Henrico County

Challenge Sponsor

Dominion Energy The Cabell Foundation

Bill & Alice Goodwin Inspiration Sponsor
SunTrust Foundation The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation 
Regional Government Cooperative

Chesterfield County, Goochland County, Hanover County, Visionary Sponsor
New Kent County, Powhatan County, City of Richmond NewMarket Foundation

JA Career Center Sponsor Entrepreneur Sponsor
Virginia529 McGuireWoods

Innovation Sponsors Partner Sponsors, cont.
David & Christy Cottrell John & Martha Sherman

Thomas Farrell Bob & Melinda Sledd
Bruce & Nancy Gottwald Wallace Stettinius
Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners Daphne Swanson 
Luck Companies Foundation
Tredegar Corporation
Bill & Pam Royall Jayne & Bobby Ukrop
Fred & Roddy Tattersall
Barbara B. & James E. Ukrop   VBA Foundation
The Windsor Foundation

Success Sponsors Investor Sponsors
Howard & Jill Goldfine Marilyn Bota

 C.T. & Moira Hill Kimberly & Frasier W. Brickhouse, II
 Simon & Beth Hodges Brinks Companies
John & Kathleen Luke
Anthony & Betsy Markel  Robert & Jenn Fisher
Marietta McNeil Morgan & Samuel Tate Morgan, Jr. Trust John & Margaret Hager
 The Moses D. Nunnally Foundation
     Joseph C. Ramage Hiter & Jil Harris
 Richard S. Reynolds Foundation E.A. Holsten, Inc.
The William H. - John G. - Emma Scott Foundation Houghtaling Family
Hays & Betty Watkins Jershon Jones
Pepper & Stuart Laughon 
Partner Sponsors Media General 
Chewning Family Fund Aaron & Nimisha Montgomery
Charles H. Foster, Jr.    Mary & Bruce Morris
   Rob & Janie Norfleet
Doug Hilemn    Elsa & Eddie Nuñez
Gail & Earl Johnson   Ted & Nadine Oswald
   Dorinda Smith
Madison+Main    John C. Siewers
Steven S. Martin  The Snead Family
Gil & Charlotte Minor    Dick & Lucille Strauss
The Monument Group   Janet & Doug Tope
Bob & Sally Mooney

Supporting Sponsors
50 donors


THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

$50,000 + Tilt Creative + Production

Capital One Pfizer Consumer Healthcare
PwC
$20,000 + Shelton H Short, Jr. Trust
State Farm Insurance
CarMax SunTrust Banks, Inc.
CFA Institute UPS Foundation
The Community Foundation for a greater Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond Virginia529
Gumenick Management Co. LLC Wells Fargo & Company
HRH Charitable Fund of the Community WestRock
Foundation for a greater Richmond
Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners Luck Companies Foundation
M&T Bank Lumber Liquidators
The Moses D. Nunnally Foundation Markel Corporation
Dr. & Mrs. W. Baxter Perkinson The Memorial Foundation for Children
The NewMarket Foundation
$10,000 + Publix Super Markets Charities
REB Foundation Fund of the Community
Accenture Foundation for a greater Richmond
Bank of America TowneBank Richmond
BB&T / Scott & Stringfellow Virginia Credit Union, Inc.
CapTech YMCA of Greater Richmond
Custis Westham Fund of the Community
Foundation for a greater Richmond
Davenport & Company, LLC
Delaware North
Dominion Energy
Genworth Financial, Inc.
Goodwill of Central & Coastal Virginia
Herndon Foundation

©Nancy Parker www.cabayphoto.com


THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

$5,000 + Kings Dominion
KPMG LLP
Archer Integration, LLC Kroger Mid-Atlantic
Kenneth Baker PNC Bank
Blue Cross Blue Shield Salomon & Ludwin, LLC
CCA Industries, Inc. South State Bank
Central Virginia Waste Management Association Titmus Foundation, Inc.
Cigna Tredegar
Deloitte United Healthcare
Dominion Energy Foundation The Universal Leaf Foundation
E. A. Holsten Virginia Family Dentistry
Enterprise Wayne & Nancy Chasen Fund of the Community
Estes Foundation Foundation for a greater Richmond
EY Williams Mullen
Robert Fisher
Mr. & Mrs. H. Hiter Harris
Simon C. Hodges

$2,500 + Kathleen Houghtaling Gerard Shaia
Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC John T. Sliman
Franco & Ruth Ambrogi Keiter Snead Family Foundation
Austin Brockenbrough III Kleane Kare Team, Inc. Andy Stefanovich
C&F Bank Heath A. Lindvall James E. Ukrop
Ronald L. Carey Louise B. Cochrane Charitable Vaco Richmond, LLC
Chip Cherry Foundation Paul D. Ward
Josée G. Covington Midlothian Rotary Foundation Wegmans
Creative Riverside Logistics Services, Inc. Workshop Digital
Dynex Capital, Inc. Bill & Pam Royall
Kristin Henshaw
Monica Henshaw

$1,000 + Andrew C. Carington Kyle Harkrader Ted Oswald
Citizens Bank Valerie A. Heinz Patient First
Allianz Partners T. Patrick Collins Canon Hickman Eddie Phillips
Altria Brian Combs Doug Hilemn PNC Bank
Amica Mutual Insurance Christopher N. Crowe Alan I. Kirshner Siewers Lumber &
Company Diamonds Direct Toby Leslie Millwork
P.C. Amin Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP Christopher V. Lucy Donald K. Sloane
Apple Hospitality REIT James Dougherty John A. Luke Theodore G. Surowka
Rodney Ashby Helen D. Dow Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC Daphne Swanson
Jillian Avey DuPont USA Sarah C. Martin Janet Tope
Jessica Barnes George Fearnow MassMutual Greater Richmond Eugene Trani
Beverly Bean Danielle Fitz-Hugh Mediko PC Norma E. Turner
Thomas & Mary Lou Bean Freeman Family Foundation Clarence Mitchener Walmart #4191
Benevity Community Impact Fulton Bank Russell D. Moore Duane A. Williams
Fund Sarah Gardner Mary G. Morris Theresa Wills
Frasier W. Brickhouse II Roy S. Grier Mutual Assurance Society of Worth Higgins &
Katherine E. Busser Kym Grinnage Virginia Associates, Inc.
C. Kenneth & Dianne Wright Jeffrey Hall NBC12 Richmond
Foundation
Call Federal Credit Union

For a complete list of donors, please visit JAtoday.org.


2019-2020 BOARDS

Board of Directors

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chair:   Benny Bowman - Worth Higgins and Associates
Vice Chair:   Valerie A. Heinz - CarMax, Inc.
Secretary:   Andy Carington - CelsiusGC
Chair, Board Governance:   Chris Crowe - Lumber Liquidators
Chair, Finance & Audit:   Rob Fisher - KPMG LLP
Chair, Fundraising:   Duane A. Williams - UPS Freight
Co-Chair, Mission Advancement:   Amy J. Miller - Vaco Richmond
Co-Chair, Mission Advancement:   Angela Roisten - Virginia Credit Union
Past Chair:   Sarah C. Martin - PwC
At Large:   T. Patrick Collins - TowneBank Richmond
At Large:   Kathy Houghtaling - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

EMERITUS
Jonathan B. Macdonald, Esq.

BOARD Chris Johnson - Allianz Partners
Jillian Avey - Markel Corporation Stephanie Karfias - SunTrust Mortgage
Larry Brown - Community Volunteer Todd Koch, Ph.D. - GSK
Katie Burnett - Wells Fargo & Co. Brian C. Lange - Sonabank
Ron Carey - Tilt Creative+Production Annie Cai Larson - Genworth
Joanna Bergeron - CapTech Debbie Lennick - Creative
Jamie Billingsley - Dominion Energy Toby R. Leslie - Snagajob
Brian Combs - PNC Bank Chris Lucy - Accenture
Helen Dow - Goodwill of Central and Andrew Miller - Workshop Digital
          Coastal Virginia Theodore K. Oswald - M&T Bank
Terrye Enslow - Luck Companies Ana Reilly - Gumenick Properties
Danielle Fitz-Hugh - Chesterfield Chamber Ben Ross - SouthState Bank
          of Commerce Matthew Schaaf - SunTrust Bank
Lee Hannah - Cigna HealthCare Gerard Shaia - Costen Floors
Kyle Harkrader - EY John Sliman - Deloitte
Andrea Harlow - Williams Mullen Lea Walder - Leah Walder Interiors
Mitchell W. Hassell - BB&T Paul Ward II - Bank of America
Matthew Head - Mediko PC Theresa Wills - Capital One
Kristin Henshaw - Mercer Sherri Wyatt - Virginia529
William Hershey - Davenport & Co.
Robert Huebner - Bluestone Process
          Dynamics, LLC


2019-2020 BOARDS

Charlottesville Advisory Board

Larry Brown - Community Volunteer; Board of Directors Liaison
Mary Loose DeViney - Tuel Jewelers
Charlie Foster - Community Volunteer
Kimberly Link - Albemarle County Public Schools
Michael Moore - Charlottesville Partners
John Ramirez III - Fulton Bank, N.A.
Nelson Teague - East Point Energy
Shirley Terrell - CFA Institute

Young Professionals Board

Chair: Mack Frost - Federal Highway Administration
Vice Chair: Sarah Stone - ECPI University

David Adkins - Richmond Loft Company Desiré Marshall - Amica Mutual Insurance Company
Ryan Angus - UPS Freight Maggie McDearmon - VCU Robertson School
Rey Baltodano - Bank of America Alex Merrick-Tagore - Capital One
Rae Berryman - Richmond Times-Dispatch Julia Norris - Markel Corporation
Allen Bowman - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Abdul Nur - Bon Secours
Leesa Christian - Markel Corporation Laura O'Neil - KPMG
William Clinton - Bon Secours Brandon Pope - Vaco Richmond
Marcus Cooper - Morgan Stanley Val Sadid - Quicken Loans
George Copeland - Laborem Edge Sarah Schneider - Workshop Digital
Darien Dabney - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Logan Tinder - Bioventus
Nicole Delaware - Diamonds Direct Neil Turnage - Mercer
Gabe Hill - SearchBlox Software Monica Wasik - Mercer
Dollie Kelly - C&F Bank LaKrisha Watson - Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP
Kristen Killea - Altria Allyson Wells - Virginia Credit Union
Kelly Klocke - Apple Hospitality REIT Nikki Winter - McKesson
Justin Lassiter - kaléo, Inc.

Education Advisory Board Advisory Board

Dr. Sarah Calveric - Caroline County Public Schools Thomas E. Capps
Dr. Amy Cashwell - Henrico County Public Schools William H. Goodwin, Jr.
Dr. Mervin Daugherty - Chesterfield County Public Schools Brenton S. Halsey
Dr. Michael Gill - Hanover County Public Schools Charles S. Luck III
Dr. Eric Jones - Powhatan County Public Schools Gilmer Minor III
Mr. Jason Kamras - Richmond Public Schools James E. Ukrop
Mr. Brian Nichols - New Kent County Public Schools
Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin - Petersburg Public Schools
Dr. Jeremy Raley - Goochland County Public Schools


JA Finance Park provides an
excellent opportunity for students
to interact with members of the
local business community in a real
world scenario.

Jason Smith
Teacher, Hanover High School

The students loved it. The lessons were age appropriate and the
activities maintained the students' interest for the entire day.

Emily Cockrum
4th Grade Teacher, Maude Trevvett Elementary School

It's always great to have volunteers come

into the classroom and work with the

students.  It teaches students what

volunteering is all about and that people

from different careers want to take part in

their learning. LaTia Pemberton

1st Grade Teacher, 

Harvie Elementary School

As always for me, the best I love seeing the
part was watching my students get
students engage in excited about
activities that are so close their futures.
to real-world experiences.
Goldin Wingate-Harrison
Charlotte Hayer Teacher, Hermitage High
Teacher, Richmond Community
School
High School

The structure was great, the lessons were great, and the volunteers were

amazing! Clifton Neal
5th Grade Teacher, Glen Lea Elementary School

Junior Achievement of Central Virginia JAtoday.org
1801 Libbie Avenue, Suite 203 804-217-8855
Richmond, Virginia 23226


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