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  • 2015-2016

 

 

Financial Literacy. Work Readiness. Entrepreneurship.

Hello and

WELCOME

Junior Achievement USA created success for students, volunteers, and other key stakeholders during the 2015-16 fiscal year. Watch this video to learn more.

 

 
Junior Achievement's

Purpose

  • To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy

Junior Achievement's

Values

  • Belief in the boundless potential of young people
  • Commitment to the principles of market-based economics and entrepreneurship
  • Passion for what we do and honesty, integrity, and excellence in how we do it
  • Respect for the talents, creativity, perspectives, and backgrounds of all individuals
  • Belief in the power of partnership and collaboration
  • Conviction in the educational and motivational impact of relevant, hands-on learning

 

Junior Achievement USA

Success Stories

Junior Achievement helps students to develop successful financial management habits, empowers them to explore the potential of becoming an aspiring entrepreneur, and provides them with the skills necessary to succeed in a global workforce. See firsthand how JA inspires success with these impactful stories from students around the U.S.

 

 

  • Rachana Rao

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    Rachana Rao

    JA Perspective—Then and Now


    Rachana Rao is a JA alumna and worked alongside JA staff this summer as an intern. Here, she shares her reflections on the experience:

    When I first visited Junior Achievement, I was 10 years old, nervous, but determined and excited for the day ahead of me. I was on a field trip to JA BizTown®, where I would be working in the radio station for a day, as an assistant to the DJ. It was a memorable experience, not only because of the fun I had choosing songs or working "like an adult," but because it gave me confidence in my abilities and in myself.

    When I came back this summer, I was a decade older, but just as nervous, determined, and excited for the day ahead of me. This time, I walked into the office as an intern.

    I came into this internship wanting to learn more about non-profits. Junior Achievement was a perfect fit, as I had first-hand experience of its programs as a young student and could really understand the impact of the organization. I've learned a lot, but here are some of my highlights from the experience:

    1. The misconceptions I had about non-profits have been shattered. I thought, like many other people do, that because a business is not-for-profit, it must also not be like a traditional business. I thought there would be no emphasis on revenue, or traditional workdays and hours. Was I wrong! A non-profit works just like any other business model. The only difference is what they're working toward.

    2. Everyone works together. I don't think I could have found any other internship where the people would be this welcoming. From the very first day, everyone in the office was incredibly helpful. I never felt like I couldn't ask a question when I needed help (the printers are not my friends!) and I felt like everyone wanted me to succeed.

    3. I think my favorite thing about JA is that it's a sustainable non-profit. When I say sustainable, I mean that Junior Achievement imparts kids with more than just something that lasts for a day. JA is less about fixing the problem of a moment and more about teaching students to own their own financial success, and that's invaluable. Every lesson they're learning is preparing them for the real world. Every student that leaves JA, leaves with knowledge and confidence, ready to conquer their dreams.

    I wanted to learn what makes a non-profit successful, and I'm walking away from this internship with a deeper understanding of a great non-profit business model.

    My internship was an incredible opportunity for me and I'm so thankful to all the wonderful and supportive people I've met. I had no idea what to expect of this internship, but much like my job at JA BizTown 10 years ago, I've found myself leaving with some newfound confidence and knowledge, ready to tackle my dreams.

  • Leonel Martinez

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    Leonel Martinez

    JA Changed Leonel's Life



    During his freshman year at Thomas Jefferson High School in Dallas, Texas, Leonel Martinez was on his way to being another statistic. "I just wasn't that into high school. I was just going with the flow, and whatever happened at the time, happened." Despite boyhood dreams of becoming an astronaut or space engineer, Leonel didn't really know what he wanted out of life. 

    Fortunately, Leonel's outlook changed in his sophomore year when he participated in a JA Job Shadowin partnership with AT&T's Aspire program. The kindness and sincerity of the mentors impacted Leonel deeply.

    He said: "It allowed me to believe more in myself and feel like I can do more than just be a student or just be a worker. I can actually be someone in life. Ever since the JA Job Shadow, I've had goals in life."

    Now, Leonel is 19-years-old and studying Computer Science at University of Texas in Arlington. Inspired by the mentors he met at AT&T, his dream is to work in the technology field. Through the generosity of JA's supporters, Leonel had the opportunity to spend time with mentors who transformed his life.

    "Because of JA, all I see is nothing but good things to come. It showed me that anything is possible in life."

  • Morgan Sweeny

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    Morgan Sweeney

    JA Helps Students Reach Goals



    For Morgan Sweeney, a recent graduate of Mankato East High School in Mankato, the JA Company Program® she participated in last year taught her a skill she feels will serve her well for the rest of her life: how to solicit cooperation in pursuit of a goal.

    Sweeney, who recently turned 19, already had some past experience negotiating as part of a group. She is the youngest of triplet sisters as well as an older sister and brother, making her "the youngest of the youngest" in her family, she says with a chuckle.

    Sweeney served as the president of her JA Company Program start-up, Xcaliber, initiated by 13 Mankato East students ranging in age from freshmen to seniors.

    As with other JA Company Program efforts, Sweeney and her teammates first spent time devising their business idea—manufacturing and selling custom cell phone covers—and then sought outside investors to fund the company. "We were trying to find people to invest and Taylor Corporation heard about us and decided that they would support us," Sweeney says. (Taylor Corp., founded by noted entrepreneur and businessman Glen Taylor, is a North Mankato-based printing and communications company with more than 9,000 employees and 80 subsidiaries. It has been a generous supporter and source of volunteers for a number of JA programs.)

    "[Taylor Corp.] thought the idea of high school kids starting a business and being real entrepreneurs was really cool and they wanted to help us out," Sweeney says about the partnership with Taylor Corp. "They ultimately manufactured our cases for us, and they took a percentage of the profit from each case in return. We really learned a lot from them about how to sell and promote our business, price our products, and everything. They taught us so much about the business aspects of running a company."

    One particular business basic Sweeney's team discovered was that to sell their products, ranging in price from $30 to $75, they first had to find the right market. "We had kind of a problem initially figuring out who to sell to," Sweeney says. "We originally wanted to sell to teenagers but in the first two weeks, we made only six sales. We met to talk about it and realized that we kept getting the same answer: ‘I can't afford it.' Instead, we started talking to our parents and their coworkers, our grandparents, and older people and that got us a lot further."

    Sweeney and her team utilized social media, including Facebook and Twitter, and a personalized website through which interested customers could learn more about the student company. "We put together a bio about ourselves that said we were a group of local students who wanted to start our own business and become entrepreneurs," Sweeney explains.

    Sweeney's taste of entrepreneurship seems to have whetted her appetite for some day owning her own business. She plans to attend South Central Community College this spring and then transfer to Minnesota State University-Mankato to pursue nursing. "My dad owns a business doing adult foster care, so I've been around the health field my whole life," Sweeney says. "I've realized that business is really cool and I'm thinking that with nursing, I might be able to do that and own a business."

    If Sweeney does start her own business, the central premise she learned from her student-run company will be beneficial: "I really learned a lot about the importance of cooperation," Sweeney says. "You really learn that you do always have to work with people and not argue. Probably the most valuable thing I learned was the importance of partnership and everyone working together. It was a lot of fun."

Junior Achievement USA

Visionary Profiles

The best collaborations start with a strong foundation—and the relationships between Junior Achievement and its partners are no exception. The profiles below highlight some of our great efforts with donors and what they are helping us achieve!

 

  • CITI FOUNDATION
    JA My WayTM
    and Change Management

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    Citi Foundation's Push Toward the Future




    Through the support of the Citi Foundation, Junior Achievement USA (JA) created JA My Way™, an online, interactive one-stop shop for teens to help them better understand how to manage money, choose a career, and start a business. Launched in July 2015, JA My Way is a free, online experience that uses personality tests, interactive games, assessment tools, and educational resources to provide teens with helpful information in a fun and engaging way. Through its various sections, the site helps teens explore opportunities in 16 career clusters, learn what it takes to pay for college, refine their resume creation and job hunting skills, and delve into the steps necessary to become a successful entrepreneur.

    The collaboration between JA and the Citi Foundation has expanded into 2016 with another generous grant of $250,000. This two-year grant supports virtual and in-person Program and Change Management Training supporting JA's adoption of blended learning. These new trainings promote best practices and use the most current "Train the Trainer" models. During this grant period, JA is rolling out its new Learning Platform. The Citi Foundation's support is ensuring that JA associates across the country are able to take full advantage of this new and exciting education delivery model.

  • CAPITAL ONE
    JA Finance Park®Mobile Experience

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    Capital One Upgrades JA Finance Park® Experience for the Enrichment of America's Youth






    Junior Achievement USA and Capital One continue their collaboration to enrich America's youth. Over the last decade, Capital One has supported Junior Achievement with more than $19 million in contributions to enhance the JA Finance Park Mobile experience.

    The JA Finance Park program is an innovative financial literacy simulation that introduces young people to personal financial planning and career exploration. It helps students build a foundation upon which they can make intelligent financial decisions that last a lifetime, including decisions related to income, expenses, savings, and credit. It culminates a hands-on budgeting simulation that is implemented either at a JA Finance Park facility, mobile unit, or virtual site. "I teach this program because I truly believe in the message it sends to my students. A lesson that is useful for students to use in their lives right now to keep them focused and driven as they enter the next chapter of their lives," said one JA Area Educator.

    In 2014, Capital One generously gifted the technological innovation of paperless JA Finance Park experiences in several JA markets by providing tablets for students. This paperless implementation allows for a deeper volunteer/student engagement by allowing students to focus on how to make the best budgetary and financially sound decisions as opposed to spending valuable simulation time struggling with math equations.

    Capital One's most recent investment resulted in a "facelift" for JA Finance Park Mobile Units. The upgrades allowed for adjustments to be made to Mobile Units in order to support optimal experiences for students, such as: providing more room on table tops for increased collaboration and adding additional stations to decrease the wait times during the simulations for students.

    Beyond these amazing contributions that impact the lives of many students, Capital One shines in other avenues when it comes to their ongoing support of JA. As of 2015, there were 15 local Capital One board members and the company has received seven President's Volunteer Service Awards in the years 2008-2015. This award is issued on behalf of the White House and honors individuals, families, and groups that have demonstrated outstanding volunteer service and civic participation over the course of a 12-month period or throughout their lifetime. This award and board involvement showcases Capital One's deep commitment to employee engagement with JA students.

    More than 440,000 students have experienced the significant lessons in JA Finance Park as a direct result of the Capital One local program implementation funding with Junior Achievement USA since the 2006 inception. As one JA volunteer put it, "These life lessons are crucial for our youth. Capital One/JA Finance Park really exposes these kids to the financial responsibilities that adults face every day. What a great experience for both the kids and volunteers."

  • CROSSKNOWLEDGE
    JA Learning Platform

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    CrossKnowledge Provides Historic Contribution to Junior Achievement USA






    This year marks a huge turning point for Junior Achievement USA as it works to remain innovative and relevant in modern times. A new partnership with CrossKnowledge–the distance learning brand of Wiley, Inc.– will provide thousands of students and educators with the latest digital learning solutions. Beginning in 2016, this in-kind donation from the CrossKnowledge Foundation will provide JA with the CrossKnowledge Learning Platform free of charge for five years. Valued in the millions of dollars, this donation is one of the largest of its kind in the history of JA. The Learning Platform allows students, educators, and JA's network of classroom volunteers to quickly and easily access JA curriculum with a device and an Internet connection. Its blended-learning model supports in-person delivery of curriculum content to students in the classroom, helping them prepare for a successful career after graduation. Through this historic collaboration, JA is offering a variety of content through the Learning Platform. Early feedback has been very positive:

    "I was so impressed by the material; the presentation projected at the front of the classroom kept the students more engaged and attentive than the paper kits. My students are very used to learning through computers and/or a digital presentation. I feel that this new adaptation of JA It's My Future® is more relevant to the way the students learn now." –Mrs. Jordan Sitzes, Teacher, Madison Middle School, who had six classes involved with the first day of JA It's My Future – Blended program

    "The new digital format is much more interactive. Just seeing the kids and how they pay attention to it and move through it so much easier than trying to do so with the paper kit that we had before. It really just made it more enjoyable, I think, overall. It was for me, and I think it was for the students as well." –Josh Greer, Board Member and volunteer, Junior Achievement of Abilene

    "CrossKnowledge and its parent company, Wiley, have made a significant gift that will eventually change the lives of millions. We cannot thank them enough for their generosity and dedication to our mission of inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in the global economy," said Jack E Kosakowski, President and CEO, Junior Achievement USA

Junior Achievement USA

Share the American Dream

Share the American Dream Campaign Keeps Junior Achievement Relevant Long Term

Jim Gallogly, retired CEO of LyondellBasell and current Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas (Houston) Board Member, has been committed to Junior Achievement (JA) for as long as he can remember. Through the years, Jim has become more and more involved, as he is a firm believer that "a good education is about as fundamental a thing as there is." It wasn't long ago that Jim's granddaughter and her use of technology inspired him to go one step further and support JA's Share the American Dream Campaign, which is helping to transform the organization's delivery of programs through the use of blended learning.




Select a level below to view the members of The American Dream Society:


American Honda Finance Corporation

The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and HSBC Holdings plc

Junior Achievement of Georgia, Inc.

Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas, Inc.

American Express Foundation

Citi Foundation

Emerson

ManpowerGroup

Accenture LLP

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Anonymous

CenterPoint Energy, Inc.

ExxonMobil Chemical Company

Jim Gallogly

Catherine S. Brune

Ernst & Young LLP

FIS

Phillips 66

Alan S. Armstrong

Angelle Family

Anonymous (2)

Michael Deniszczuk

El Pomar Foundation

Lynne Ford

Greg C. Garland

Halliburton Company

Kyle H. Hybl, Esq.

David P. Kunstle

Sandra Beach Lin

Bruce Macklin

McGladrey LLP

Paul E. McKnight

NRG Energy, Inc.

Jonas Prising

Robert W. Reeg

Lewis Roca Rothgerber

James Runnels

Lawrence W. Sidwell

Karen & Frank Steininger

Albert E. Suter

Buzzy Thibodeaux

About

Junior Achievement USA

Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA programs are delivered by corporate and community volunteers, and provide relevant, hands-on experiences that give students from kindergarten through high school knowledge and skills in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. Today, JA reaches over 4.8 million students per year in more than 100 markets across the United States, with an additional 5.6 million students served by operations in over 100 countries worldwide.

 


JA Students: +2.9%

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

4,803,046

2014-2015

4,665,117

2013-2014

4,552,096

JA Volunteers: +8.5%

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

237,680

2014-2015

218,896

2013-2014

213,524

JA Classes: +4.07%

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

209,651

2014-2015

201,444

2013-2014

197,482

JA Contact Hours: +6.5%

 

 

 
 

2015-2016

36,906,364

2014-2015

34,653,432

2013-2014

36,189,877

Why JA?

Junior Achievement USA

Why JA?

At JA, we strive to help young people move from a sense of "I Can't" to "I Can" by fostering self-belief and a sense of purpose necessary to improve their circumstances. This is accomplished by using a scientifically proven model to influence knowledge and attitudes in ways that increase self-efficacy. JA does this by utilizing volunteer role models and proven programs to inspire and prepare young people to succeed through greater comprehension of how money, careers, and business ownership works. The video below further illustrates this approach:


 

Proof of Impact

JA recently completed an extensive survey of JA Alumni. These former students credit JA for positively impacting their lives. The survey found that when compared to the general population, JA Alumni are more likely to have graduated high school and college, earn more, and are more inclined to have started a business. View the complete report.



 

Junior Achievement USA

Project and Annual Funding

Junior Achievement could not prepare young people to succeed in a global economy or empower young people to own their economic success without our donors. Every single dollar makes a difference and all donations to JA USA help to continually evolve JA's enriching programs at a national and local level. The corporations, foundations, and individuals listed below have provided Junior Achievement with funding in 2015-2016. Select a level to view its members:

Corporate and Foundation

CrossKnowledge

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and HSBC Holdings plc*

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.*

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

American Honda Finance Corporation*

KPMG Foundation*

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

Accenture LLP*

Capital One

Junior Achievement of Georgia, Inc.*

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

AT&T and AT&T Employee Giving Campaign

Citi Foundation*

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

AIG

American Express Foundation*

Emerson*

ManpowerGroup*

PwC*

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

El Pomar Foundation*

Ernst & Young LLP

ICE NYSE Foundation

OneMain Financial*

The UPS Foundation

Voya Foundation

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

Ally Financial

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation*

The Coca-Cola Foundation

Donaldson Foundation

E*TRADE Financial

Fidelity Investments*

Meredith Corporation

PMI Educational Foundation

Santander Bank, N.A.

TD Ameritrade

* Recognition for multi-year pledge

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

Allstate Insurance Company and The Allstate Foundation

FedEx

Financial & Insurance Conference Planners

Gen Re - A Berkshire Hathaway Company

Horace A. Moses Foundation

Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.

Robert Half International Inc.

Achievers

Acme Electric

America's Charities

Ameriprise Financial, Inc.

Backus Family Foundation Inc.

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

Bill Stroecker Foundation

Blackbaud, Inc.

BTS USA, Inc.

Causecast Foundation

CBS Foundation Inc.

Charles Schwab Foundation

Chick-fil-A, Inc.

Comerica Bank

DeVry Inc.

Discover Financial Services

EcoMedia - A CBS Company

FirstGiving

FIS

Franklin Square Capital Partners

FSC CT, Inc.

Give Back Foundation

Hewins Financial Advisors, LLC

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

The K Foundation

Kendall Family Foundation

Madison Performance Group

MasterCard Technologies LLC

MetLife Charity Trust

Microsoft Corporation

Morgan Stanley

Muriel F. Siebert Foundation, Inc.

Navigant

NBCUniversal

Network for Good

Noble Energy Inc.

NRG Energy, Inc.

PepsiCo

Pikes Peak United Way

State Farm

Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation, Inc.

The Stiles-Nicholson Foundation

U.S. Bank

United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut

United Way of the Capital Region

UnitedHealth Group

The Williams Companies, Inc.

William H. Tilley Family Foundation

Windham Professionals, Inc.

WorkplaceDynamics, LLC

Individual

Catherine S. Brune

Albert E. Suter

Evelyn Angelle

Alan S. Armstrong

Timothy E. Baxter

T. R. Cain

James M. Carroll

John (Tripp) W. Davis

Jeff Hansberry

Lawrence C. Klug

Diane & Jack Kosakowski

Larry A. Leva

Paul E. McKnight

Julie A. Monaco

Helen C. Pekny

Jonas Prising

Richard A. Woods

Sandra Beach Lin

Lynne Ford

James R. Hemak

Clyde D. Keaton

Douglas D. Olson

Edward Rapp

Lawrence W. Sidwell

Pamela & Howard Bartner

Marilyn & Gary Blanchette

August A. Busch

Mary Catherine & Ed Desrosiers

Julie S. Gordon

Jamie & Rick Granbois

Perry Hewitt

Christy & Gary Kunz

Jeanette & Ron Lee

Susan & Tat Luu

Leslie Pierce

Julie & Steve Schmidt

Carol Seymour

Eric Sheaffer

Buzzy Thibodeaux

Donna & Don Abdallah

Melanie & Sam Adams

Diana & Tim Armijo

AJ Bartlett

Terri Bell

Robert Berndt

Diane Birkeness

Roma Borland

Sara Campbell

Lisa Connor

George Cousins

Jackie & Rick Dant

Elaine & Alberto del Toro

Deborah Denmark

Howard S. Edelstein

Jody Fletcher

Mel Freier

Tami & John Godsey

Laura S. Goodman

Luella & Randy Hartman

Kyle H. Hybl, Esq.

Denyce Inmon

Margaret P. Johnson

Kenneth Keane

Wendy & Tim King

Gail & Bruce Luckett

Nancy & David McCarty

Robert D. McElwain

Denman K. McNear

Brandon Piccione

Kris & Garrett Ponciroli

Claudia & Andy Schenck

James Thibodeau

Gerri & Joe Thomas

Denise Truitt

Kevin Waterbury

Junior Achievement USA

Lifetime GIVING 

JA Free Enterprise Society

Established in 2000, the Free Enterprise Society recognizes individuals from around the world who demonstrate outstanding support in helping Junior Achievement inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Recognition is provided to individuals and families who have made gifts of $10,000 or more between July 1 and June 30 each year to any JA affiliate. Charter members and individuals who make gifts of $1 million or more to Junior Achievement over their lifetime, "Legacy Members," are entitled to permanent membership in the Free Enterprise Society. Select a level below to view its members:

 

Capdevilla/Gillespie Foundation - Martin J. Capdevilla and Wendy Gillespie

Clayton Family Foundation - Jim and Kay Clayton

Daniel G. Crockett

Mike Curb

The Mike Curb Family Foundation Mike Curb and Carole Curb Nemoy

George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation

Richard and Marie Edgerton*

William and Tina Flaherty

John M. Sr.* and Lyla Fluke*

Tom and Micki Fox

The J.B. Fuqua Foundation *

The Goizueta Foundation

Haslam Family Foundation- Halsam 3 Foundation

James and Patricia Hemak

H. Wayne Sr. and Marti Huizenga

Dennis and Judy Jones

The Marcus Foundation

McGrath Family Foundation- Carlee and Laurie McGarth

Pamela and Leslie Muma

Nasgovitz Family Foundation

David and Lynn Nicholson

The Stiles-Nicholson Foundation

Harry S. Patten

Suzanne and Richard Pieper Family Foundation

Richard Prows

George F. Russell Jr.

Hugh Schilling

Stephan Sharf

Albert E. Suter

Lorraine Thomas

Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation

Estate of John Brooks Williams

*Deceased

The Burton D. Morgan Foundation

Mike and Sue Jandernoa

Mark and Cathy Bissell

4 Anonymous

The Bechtel Trusts

George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation

James and Tamarra Giertz

Donald and Jodi Heeringa

Pamela and Leslie Muma

Scott Pranger

Hugh Schilling

Patrick F. Taylor Foundation

The Zeist Foundation

6 Anonymous

Blessey Charities

Mr. Terrell K. Crews

Stanley C. Gault

James R. and Patricia Hemak

Carolyn and Louis Lucido

John A. McAlonan Fund of Akron Community Foundation

Nicholas Family Foundation

Esther B. O'Keeffe

Suzanne and Richard Pieper Family Foundation

Salah Foundation

Pamela and Leslie Muma

Wilbur and Sharon Lettinga

Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation

Ocar J. Tolmas Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cummings

Dr. Judith Stimson *

Steve and Celia Voorhees

WEM Foundation

1 Anonymous

*Deceased

Brian and Jean Addy

Brees Dream Foundation

Catherine S. Brune

Wendell and Helen Christoff

Mike and Ann Duffy

Dwight and Ann Duke

Ambassador and Mrs. Sam Fox

Edward and Cathie Galante

Raymond P. Lavietes Foundation

Teddy Lee

The JE and LE Mabee Foundation

The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation

Patricia and Daniel F. McKeithan, Jr.

The Miles Foundation

James M. Nicholson

Herb Ritesema

James P. Runnels

The Perkins Fund

William Schawbel

Richard and Lesley Stone - Family Foundation of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties

Patti Roscoe and Jim Tiffany Gene Toombs

Yvonne and James Ziemer

4 Anonymous

Brian and Jean Addy

The Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Foundation

Evelyn and Frank Angelle

James and Dorothy Baer Foundation

Shawn Barker

The Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation

Paul and Cathy Boyer

David Carroll

Lynn and Terry Chastain

William C. and Cheryl A. Coderre

Anne and Theodore Crandall

The Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation

Sallie and Don Davis

Jim and Billie Ellis Foundation

Frank Evans

Mary Alice Fortin Foundation

GAR Foundation

James Gallogly

Katherine and Thomas Hauske, Jr.

Dave and Kathy Hensch

Phillip and Holly Huffines

Mike and Sue Jandernoa

The PB and K Family Foundation

Edward Kadletz and Cathy Casey

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

Mary and Ted Kellner

John and Jennifer Kelly

William T. Kemper Charitable Trust

Paul and Michelle Koch

Lakeside Foundation

Jeff Lambert

Eric and Elizabeth Laughlin

Leslie Family Foundation

Bruce G. Macklin

Dick and Joyce H. McFarland Family Fund of the St. Paul Foundation

Lori McGee in Memory of Liam McGee

Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation

Miller Family Philanthropy

The David B. Miller Family Foundation

Jamie Mills and Jim Nichols

Moore Family Foundation

Harvey Najim

Gavin G. O'Connor

Kelly and Abhilash Patel

Georga and Paul McGunnigle

Poydras Street Investors

Karen and Joe Reinkemeyer

Michael Roos and Cindy Goplen

Saigh Foundation

The Solstice Foundation

Raymond and Linda Sprague

Richard and Lesley Stone Family Foundation

Tony and Jill Szczepaniak

Anna and Richard Teerlink

Laurie and Thomas McCarthy

Dr. H.C. Anthony Viscogliosi

Parker and Diane Von Gontard

James Zawacki

Yvonne and James Ziemer

3 Anonymous

Christine and Andy Anderson

Jeff Allen and Libby Anschutz

Alan S. Armstrong

Philip S. Armstrong

Earl C. Austin

Armen Avanessians

Ed and Michele Balcerzak

Charles and Margery Barancik Foundation

Doulas and Julie Baker

Shawn and Jennifer Barker

Neda Barqawi

Manuel H. and Claire Barron

Steven M. Barry

Michael P. Barton

Margaret and Harris Bass

Debra and Kevin Bastien

Timothy E. Baxter

Matthew and Kristy Becker

Tom Behanick

Bellevue Foundation

The Grace and Franklin Bersen Foundation

Dennis Block

Melanie and Steven Booth

Craig Boyan

Chris Fuselier and Diane Boyce

Niko Bringleson

Howard and Emily Bromberg Family Foundation

Joe and Dorothy Brown Foundation

Dana Brown Charitable Trust

Budd Family Fund

Rodney D. Bullard

Kathryn and John Burke, Jr.

Margaret and Keith Burns

T. R. Cain

James and Carmen Campbell

Mark Carleton

Steven and Betsy Carlson

James M. Carroll

Annie E. Casey Foundation

Wayne Cederholm II Memorial Foundation

Pete Cella

Don and Bev Chapman

B. Lynn Chastain

Beate and Christopher Chee

Philip T. Cofield

Kevin Coleman

Karen and Edward W. Cook III

Marty and Ted Couch

Couch Family Foundation

Colleen and Robert Cowen

Randy and Claudean Cox

Gregory Craig

The Charles Crane Foundation

Cross Charitable Foundation

Michele and Craig Cuffe

Bob Daniels and Family

Terri and Paul Danola

Susan and Russ Darrow

John (Tripp) W. Davis

John W. Davis

Fred N. Davis III

Richard and Theresa Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dempsey

Michael Deniszczuk

Helen P. Denit Charitable Trust

Doug and Maria DeVos

Richard and Helen DeVos

Steve Dolcemaschio

Richard and Susan Dugas

Ann and Dwight Duke

Barbara and William H. Easter III

Gregory Ebel

Marriner S. Eccles Foundation

Charles E. Erb Foundation

Margaret C. Fechtmann

Ruth U. Fertel Foundation

Ann and Gary Fish

Sandra and Robert Flick

The Flint Family Foundation

Lynne Ford

John and Mary Franklin Foundation

Drew Franz

A Friends' Foundation Trust

Kathy and James Fuchs

Kevin and Peggy Gaffney

Charles P. Garcia

Greg C. Garland

Greg Garland

Karen and Jamie Geschke

Shelly and Tim Geske

Chris Giermek

Terry and David Gilberstadt

The Glatfelter Family Foundation

Pete and Martie Godich

Leslie V. Godridge

David B. Gold Foundation

Goldring Family Foundation

Laura and Glenn Goodstein

Eugene A. and Suzanne H. Gorab

Henry and Lorie Gordon

Darryl Green

Lynn Hopton and Greg Davis

Michael J. Grimaldi

James R. and Gretchen R. Haggerty Family Fund

Joyce Hank

Jeff Hansberry

Hunt Harris

Laura and Jack Harris

Hunt and Diane Harris Family Foundation

Susan Hascall

Tom Hawkins

The Helis Foundation

The Amy Helpenstell Foundation

Kirsten Maas Helvey and Zachary Helvey

James and Patricia Hemak

Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation

Kim Hendricks

Darice Henritze

Douglas J. Hertz Family Foundation

Perry Hewitt

Scott and Hilary Hill

J.C. and Tammy Huizenga

Sarah and David Hull

Kyle H. Hybl, Esq.

Thomas Iannacone

John and Kate Ives

Thomas A. and Mary S. James Foundation

William Janetschek

Alan Jay

H. Fisk Johnson, Ph.D.

Dodge Jones Foundation

Jeff and Maria Kammerer

Scott Karnas

Clyde and Marion Keaton

Mike and Nancy Keller

Joseph Kelly

William T. Kemper Foundation

John and Nancy Kennedy

Steve and Allison Kinsley

Deborah J. Kissire

Lawrence C. Klug

Patrick J. Knipe

The Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Foundation

Ann and Sean Kono

Diane and Jack Kosakowski

Gary J. Kozlowski

Kathy and Dennis Krakau

Jim and Mary Krzeminski

E.L. Kurth, Jr. Foundation

Eric Lane

Laura and Fred Lay

Kathy Lehne

Deborah Leone

Harry P. Leu Foundation

Larry A. Leva

Shelly and Jeffrey Likosar

Robert Lloyd

Elizabeth and Nicholas T. Long

Thomas Long

Lisa Hemmat Lupercio and Levi Lupercio

Bruce Macklin

James A. MacNamara

The Chesley G. Magruder Foundation

Victor Malanga

Kate and Neil Malik

Ryan Mansour

Mary Vandenberg and Keith R. Mardak

Karen and Marshall Mathison

Neeta Patel and Dean Matthew

John B. McKibbon Fund

Paul E. McKnight

Vikki and Frank McMahon

John William McMahon

Kendrick B. Melrose Donor Advised Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation

Jamie Mills

Ronald and Karen Modreski

Julie A. Monaco

Thomas Montminy

Harry C. Moores Foundation

Anne and Thomas Mootz

Eugene and Cindy Morgenthaler

Rick and Carole Murray

Nasgovitz Family Foundation

Gary and Peg Novosad

The Dick and Mary Nunis Charitable Gift Fund

Wayne C. Oldenburg

William Oldenburg

Douglas D. Olson

Tim O'Neill

Doris and Alan Orechwa

Dian Graves Owen Foundation

Vickie Anne Palmer

Kelly and Abhilash Patel

Helen C. Pekny

Joe D. Pentecost

Ann and Warren Pierson

Richard J. Poccia

Scott Pranger

Patti "Bossert" Mellard, Key Staffing and Premier Employment Solutions

Mike and Betsy Price

Jonas Prising

S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation

Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation

Ed Rapp

Kathi and Andrew Ratner

John and Pat Rayner

Robert W. Reeg

Jami Gertz and Tony Ressler

Suzanne Ricklin

H. John and Diane M. Riley

Linda Rimer

Leah and Brett Rodda

James and Sharon Rohr

Tom Rosen

Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation

Sandy and Leslie Rothe

Peter Craig Russell

Lola Salazaar

Crystal L.Sampson

Sandra Beach Lin

Michael Saunders

Scott C. Schnuck

Steve and Susie Schrader

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

James and Bonnie Schwartzburg

Greg and Laura Schwerdt

Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation

Kay and Sam Sheth

Leo M. Shortino Foundation

Lawrence W. Sidwell

Gavin Simms

Marc Singer

Thomas Slaight

Sorenson Impact Foundation

Mary and John Splude

The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation

Mary Ellen and Scott Stanek

Thomas R. Statnick

Frank Steininger

Sundance Family Foundation

Albert E. Suter

Thomas and Beatrice Taplin Fund

Sheryl and Joe Teague

TLL Temple Foundation

Terhuly Foundation

Texas Pioneer Foundation

Thompson Foundation

Dan Timm

Tippins Family Foundation

Carolyn and John Tipton

Gene Toombs

Victor and Karen Trione

Thomas J. Usher

Paul and Tracey Van Hoof

Jim and Judy Vaughn

Gary Verplank

L.J. Verplank

Karla and Greg Vesey

Jim Victor

Anthony G. Viscogliosi

Prince and Sandra Wallace

Tim and Lisa Walsh

The Walter Foundation

Bill and Kristin Waters

James Weddle

Werth Family Foundation

Robert R. Wiener

The Williams Family Fund

Kelly and Raymond Wilson

Richard A. Woods

Robert and Heather Worthington

William Yerman

The Young Family Foundation

The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation

Zeigler Family Foundation

The John Steele Zink Foundation

9 Anonymous

The 1525 Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ackerly

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Aebi

The AIM High Foundation

Brian and Jean Addy

Amelior Foundation

Bradbury and Janet Anderson

Wallace Barnes and Barbara Hackman Franklin

John H. Bauer

Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bechthold

The Becker/Mohanco Family

Ms. Bonnie Becker and Mr. George Mohanco

Ms. Robin Mohanco and Mr. Becker Mohanco

Thomas E. Becker*

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Beebe

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Behnke

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benaroya

Berger-Solano Foundation

John E. Bernhard*

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bevier

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blanc

Jim and Gina Blayney

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bliss

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr.

Linda Bowers

Thomas J. Bowers

Stephen and Camilla Brauer

Harold L. Brock

Charles and Camilla Brumder

Samuel Bryant

Edward H. Budd

Capdevilla/Gillespie Foundation

Wendy Gillespie and Martin J. Capdevilla

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Carter

Howard and Sue Carver

Jerry and Sue Chicone Jr.

John T. Collins

John A. Conover

Lodwrick and Carole Cook

Steve Cortopassi

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan C. Cressey

Gerald and Lois Czarnecki

William H. Darr

Russ and Sue Darrow

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dembinski

Douglas and Maria DeVos Foundation

Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation

Boh and Marilyn Dickey

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dowdle

W. Ted Dudley

George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation

Marriner S. Eccles Foundation

Arnold J. Eckelman

Richard and Marie Edgerton*

Karl and Stevie Eller

Filstrup Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fluke Jr.

Lyla Fluke

In Memory of John M. Fluke Sr.

Jane Folwell*

Mr. and Mrs. Allan Frank

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Freeman

William and Ellen Freeman

Michael H. Freund

J.B. Fuqua*

Stephen A. Furbacher

Louis J. Fusz Jr.

Donald and Adele Garretson

In Honor of Ronald D. Cody

Bill *and Vieve* Gore

Elsie R. Griffin

Raymond and Harriet Haas

James T. Hackett

Michael L. Hackworth

David E. Hall

Hall Family Foundation

Mr.* and Mrs. Jerry Hank

Hunt and Diane Harris Family Foundation

Gerald L. Hassell

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hatch

John and Judy Helm

James R. Hemak

Herbster Family Foundation

Henry R. Hillenmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Horne

Elwood and Ginger Howse Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hubbard

Gina Hubbell

Thomas M. Hudson Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Huisingh

Ingram Charitable Advised Fund

Ron Insana

William Janetschek

The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford M. Johnson

Dennis and Judy Jones

Ove Jorgensen

Clyde and Marion Keaton

John and Nancy Kennedy Family Foundation

Norman and Teri Klein

Patrick and Audrey Knipe

John and Linda Knox Foundation

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

Wei-Tai Kwok

Todd and Fran Langley

Phillip B. Lassiter

Raymond P. Lavietes Foundation*

Dr. Sarah Layton, CMC

Thomas A. Leipzig

Arthur D. Little and Jann Leeming

Jerome* and Carol Loeb

Dr. Walter Loewenstern

Dan Lovinger

William and Ernestine Lowrie

Janis Machala and David R. Stenberg

Christopher and Elaine Mahoney

Jim and Sue Marriott

Mr. and Mrs. Dan McAuliffe

John H. McConnell

The McDonald Fund of the Cleveland Foundation

Daniel and Patricia McKeithan Jr.

Raymond McLaughlin

D. W. McMillan Foundation

Denman and Barbara McNear

The Meinders Foundation

John and Linda Mellowes

Thomas C. Melzer

Steven and Lois Mihaylo

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Morris

The Morris Foundation

The Horace Moses Foundation

Leslie and Pamela Muma

Jerry V. Mutchler

Jeff Nadeau

NewCity Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nichols

Scott M. Niswonger

The Dick and Mary Nunis Charitable Gift Fund

Wayne C. Oldenburg and Melodie Wilson

William R. Oldenburg

Gloria J. Olin

In Memory of Thomas F. Olin Sr.

F. J. O'Neill Charitable Corporation

Peter and Susan Ordway

Frank* and Helen Pekny

Suzanne and Richard Pieper Family Foundation

Norman and Elaine Polsky

Andrew and Kathryn Potos

Michael R. Preston

Dennis R. Purdum

Larry and Kathi Rambo

Bruce E. Ranck

The Reinberger Foundation

Gary and Gail Reynolds

Mr. and Mrs. William Riss

Grover and Jill Robinson IV

Ian Rolland

Roper Brothers Foundation

Jack Rudel and Billy Jo Harned

Charles and Elizabeth Schellhorn

Hugh K. Schilling

In Memory of Paul A. Schilling

Scott C. Schnuck

Ron A. Sege

David L. Shedlarz

Dr. A. Jess Shenson*

Thomas Marsha Slaight

Alex and Kathy Smith

Kay L. Spruill

John and Carole Steiner

The Stiles-Nicholson Foundation

Albert E. Suter

Mark and Patricia Suwyn Family Fund

Cliff and Betty Swenson

Nick and Julie Takton

Richard and Ann Teerlink

Ten Talents Foundation

John E. Toffolon

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Tooker

Michael and Pamala Towers

Jean-Paul Valles

Jim Victor

Anthony G. Viscogliosi

The Waldron Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Wasson

Thomas D. Weldon

Linda M. Wendt

In Memory of Martin J. Wendt

Tim and Marsha Wepfer

Diane Widder*

Wilson Wilde

James and Ruth Wilcox

John F. Williamson

Liane Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Withycombe

Thomas and Frances Wolf Fund

F. Stansbury Young*

*Deceased


Junior Achievement Heritage Society

Junior Achievement established the Junior Achievement Heritage Society to recognize and honor ardent supporters who include the organization in their estate planning. Founding members are those who notified Junior Achievement of their inclusion of JA in their estate planning by June 30, 2006. Select tab below to view its members:

 

Bradley B. Wegner and F. Ashley Allen
Junior Achievement of Central Florida

James and Pam Anderson
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Evelyn Angelle
Junior Achievement USA

Arthur and Judith Angood
Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan

David and Donna Beach
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

John and Muriel Bernhard
Junior Achievement of Greater Washington

Jack and Debbie Blitch
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Sylvia R. Bova
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Joe Brancucci
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Harry and Jane Briscoe
Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas

Donna and Terrance Buchanan
Junior Achievement of Georgia

Susan Bulkeley Butler
Junior Achievement USA and Junior Achievement of Arizona – Southern District

Howard and Sue Carver
Junior Achievement of Southwest New England

Sam Chechele
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Brian and Marcy Chermside
Junior Achievement of Northeast Michigan

H. Derek and Paula Cockrell
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Ronald D. Cody
Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest

Janell Damon
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Charles and Ann Dana
Junior Achievement of Northwestern Ohio

Russ and Susan Darrow
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Jeffrey and Suzanne Delahaut
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Jonathan Dewar
Junior Achievement of Eastern North Carolina

Jeremy Dicker
Junior Achievement of Southern California

John* and Sam* Dickinson
(1929-2016) (1931-2005)
Junior Achievement USA

Adam and Deborah Dingwall
Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan

Dr. George R. Dunbar*
(1923-2010)
Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut

Emily Duty
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Herbert and Arlene Elliott * 
(1915-2005) (1919-2010)
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Doug and Cynthia Evans
Junior Achievement – Rocky Mountain

Sharon and Dale Fiehler
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Gilbert P. Folleher
Junior Achievement USA Pioneers Trust Fund

Mona and Ted Fox
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Ambassador Sam Fox
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Michael H. Freund
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Susan Fronk and William Thiel
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

James and Kathy Fuchs
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Donald and Adele Garretson
Junior Achievement USA

Pamela J. George
Junior Achievement USA

Eugene A. Gorab
Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut

Dr. Michael and Diane Grossi
Junior Achievement USA and Junior Achievement of Rhode Island

James and Patricia Hemak
Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest

Dave and Kathy Hensch
Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Ryan Herington
Junior Achievement of Southwest New England

Gary* and Linda Hickman
(1952-2014)
Junior Achievement of Southern California

Harold P. Higgins
(1932-2015)
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Diane M. Holmquist
Junior Achievement of Southwest New England

James and Carol Horstmann
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Woody and Ginger Howse
Junior Achievement of Washington

Gene* and Mabel Johnson
(1920-2003)
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Dennis Jones
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Peter M. Kelley
Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan

John and Leah Klumph
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Barbara Koch
Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest

Paul and Michelle Koch
Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest

John and Nancy Koss Sr.
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Gary and Christy Kunz
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Barbara Dowell Lancaster and Cameron Lancaster
Junior Achievement of Southern California

The Raymond P. Lavietes Foundation
Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut

John and Sue Lawson
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Dr. Sarah and Mr. Al Layton
Junior Achievement of Central Florida

Carter* and Kaye LeBeau
(1926-2013)
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

John Legato
Junior Achievement of Southwest New England

Robin Lester
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

John and Sue Madden
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Charles and Renee Maniaci
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Richard and Joyce McFarland
Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest

Matt and Aileen McConnell
Junior Achievement of Rocky Mountain

Denman and Barbara* McNear
(1925-2012)
Junior Achievement USA

Glenn and Kathleen Medhus
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Jamie Mills
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Ronald and Karen Modreski
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Jerry V. Mutchler
Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas

Pamela and Leslie Muma
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Debra Stinton Othitis
Junior Achievement USA

Mark N. Pankner
Junior Achievement of Northeast Michigan

Gene and Joanne Pastula
Junior Achievement of San Diego County

Helen Pekny
In Memory of Frank P. Pekny
Junior Achievement USA and Junior Achievement of Southern California

Dr. J. Mitchell and Robinette Perry
In Memory of Frank P. Pekny
Junior Achievement of Southern California

Randy and Tami Phillips
Junior Achievement of Southern California

Mike and Carol* Plunkett
(1938-2012)
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Kris and Garrett Ponciroli
Junior Achievement USA and Junior Achievement of Chicago

Julie C. Preslar
Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas

Scott Price
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Marie Reinkmeyer
Junior Achievement of Atlanta

Larry R. Richardson
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Sandy and Leslie Rothe
Junior Achievement of Rocky Mountain

Charlie and Mary Rogers
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Lewis* and Kay Saxby
(1924-2012)
Junior Achievement USA and Junior Achievement of Northwestern Ohio

Amanda Sattler
Junior Achievement of Southern California

William Schawbel
Junior Achievement of Northern New England

Scott Schnuck
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Michael S. Schoedinger
Junior Achievement of Central Ohio

Mark and Kristi Shaffer
Junior Achievement – Rocky Mountain

Stephan Sharf*
(1921-2013)
Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan

Alex Sink
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Wayne and Mary* Smith
(1948-2009)
Junior Achievement USA

Barbara Stein
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Kathy Strandberg
Junior Achievement of Rocky Mountain

Frank G. Stryganek
Junior Achievement USA

Judith Stimson
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay

Susan L. Stuart
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Gene Toombs
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Michael and Pamala Towers
Junior Achievement USA

James and Judy Vaughn
Junior Achievement – Rocky Mountain

Jim Victor
Junior Achievement of the Heartland

Linda M. Wendt
In Memory of Martin "Marty" J. Wendt
Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan

Steve and Robin Wise
Junior Achievement – Rocky Mountain

Cynthia and Michael "Todd" Young
Junior Achievement of Greater Washington

Jim and Joan Zawacki
Junior Achievement of Mid-Michigan
– a division of Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes

Robert K. Zelle
Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee

* Deceased

Founding Member

The U.S. President's

Volunteer Service Award

The U.S. President's Volunteer Service Award is a presidential recognition program created in 2003 by the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation for individuals of all ages who contribute a significant amount of time to volunteer service. In 2006, Junior Achievement became an official certifying organization for this award because of its national reach and standing. This status allows JA to bestow this honor to corporations with a U.S. presence that provide volunteers to teach JA programs anywhere in the world.




Select a level below to view its members:

 

Accenture

AT&T

Bank of America

Barclays

Capital One

Citi

Deloitte

Destination & Travel Foundation

Ernst & Young LLP

ExxonMobil

Financial Services Roundtable

GE

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and HSBC Holdings plc

KPMG LLP

MetLife

National Credit Union Foundation

PwC

Starbucks

SunTrust Banks, Inc.

U.S. Bancorp

Walt Disney World

Wells Fargo

AXA Group

BBVA Compass

Broward College

Caterpillar Inc.

Huntington Bancshares

Regions Bank

University of Central Florida

UPS

Woodforest National Bank

ADP, LLC

AIG

Allstate Insurance Company

American Express

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

BP

Centerpoint Energy

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP

Deere & Company

The Dow Chemical Company

FedEx

Fidelity Investments

Fifth Third Bank

General Motors

Goldman Sachs

HP Inc.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

LyondellBasell Industries

ManpowerGroup Inc.

MasterCard Worldwide

Microsoft

MUFG

PepsiCo

Quicken Loans Inc.

Robert Morris University-Illinois

Santander Bank, N.A.

SAP America

Schlumberger

Target Corporation

Technip USA

Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

UBS AG

YMCA of the USA

Junior Achievement USA

Financial Statements

Junior Achievement USA consistently receives high grades for accountability and transparency. View JA USA's
Audited Financial Statements.


 
 
 
 

Junior Achievement USA

Board Members

Mr. Asheesh Advani (Ex Officio)
President and Chief Executive Officer
JA Worldwide®
Mr. Ainar D. Aijala, Jr.
Chief Global Corporate Development Officer
Deloitte 
Ms. Evelyn Angelle - Treasurer
Mr. Alan S. Armstrong
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Williams Companies
Mr. Timothy Baxter
President and Chief Operating Officer
Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
Ms. Catherine S. Brune
President – Eastern Territory (Retired)
Allstate Insurance Company
Mr. Rodney D. Bullard
Vice President of Community Affairs and Executive Director
Chick-fil-A Foundation
Mr. Randy Cain
Vice Chair & Southwest Region Managing Partner
Ernst & Young LLP
Mr. James M. Carroll
Global Managing Director Government Relations
Accenture
Mr. Tripp Davis
Midwest Region and Greater Chicago Market Advisory Leader
PwC LLP
Ms. Lynne Ford
Executive Vice President – Distribution & Marketing
Calvert Investments, Inc.
Mr. Charles Garcia
Chief Executive Officer
Association of Latino Professionals for America
Mr. Jeff Hansberry
President and Chief Commercial Officer
Advantage Solutions
Dr. Kerry Healey
President
Babson College
Ms. Perry Hewitt
Vice President for Marketing
ITHAKA
Mr. Kyle H. Hybl
Chief Operating Officer
El Pomar Foundation
Mr. Clyde D. Keaton
President and Chief Executive Officer
Argo Turboserve Corporation
Mr. Loren C. Klug
Executive Vice President
Head of Strategy and Planning and Chief of Staff to HNAH CEO
HSBC North America Holdings Inc.
Mr. Jack E. Kosakowski (Ex Officio)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Junior Achievement USA®
Ms. Michelle Y. Lee
President – Community Banking, Eastern Region 
Wells Fargo
Mr. Larry Leva
Global Vice Chairman – Quality, Risk, and Regulatory 
KPMG International
Robert Lloyd
Chief Executive Officer
Hyperloop Technologies Inc.
Mr. Paul E. McKnight
Senior Vice President (Retired)
Emerson
Ms. Julie A. Monaco Board Chair
Managing Director
Global Head Public Sector Corporate and Investment Banking Division
Institutional Clients Group 
Citi
Mr. Richard Negrin
Partner
Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel LLP
Mr. Douglas D. Olson
President and General Manager
Meredith Magazines
Mr. David W. Paul
Senior Vice President Financial Services
American Honda Finance Corporation
Mr. Jonas Prising
Chief Executive Officer
ManpowerGroup
Mr. Larry W. Sidwell
Senior Vice President
Global Credit and Risk
John Deere Worldwide Financial Services
Mr. Richard A. Woods
Senior Vice President – Corporate Affairs
Capital One

 

 

Junior Achievement USA

Leadership

Jack E. Kosakowski
President and Chief Executive Officer
Buzzy Thibodeaux
Executive Vice President
Tim Armijo
Chief Financial Officer
Ed Grocholski
Senior Vice President – Brand
Howard D. Bartner
Senior Vice President – Operations
Christy Kunz
Vice President – Operations
Diane Birkeness
Vice President – Creative Services
Jeanette Lee
Vice President – Development
Gary Blanchette
Senior Vice President – Development
Sharon Lents
Vice President – Field Program Services
Jackie Dant
Vice President – Operations
Susan Luu
Senior Vice President – Business Improvement
Deborah Denmark
Vice President – Conference and Event Planning
Leslie Pierce
Senior Vice President – Talent and Organization Development
MC Desrosiers
Senior Vice President – Education and Learning Technologies
Kris Ponciroli
Vice President – Donor Relations and Development Services
Lisa Frye
Vice President – Employment and Employee Relations
Jeannine Reilly
Vice President – Educational Delivery & Technology Solutions
Laura Goodman
Vice President – Volunteer Engagement
Andy Schenck
Curator – Entrepreneurship Experiences
Rick Granbois
Vice President – Benefits & Compensation
Steve Schmidt
Senior Vice President – Operations
  Joe Thomas, Ph.D.
Vice President – Evaluation and Research