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DON OR S Allison R. Kokkoros Ana G Mendez University System Andrew Hinshaw Beacon Hotel And Corporate Quarters Betulia Sanchez Bo Pham Brahim Rawi Calypso Management LLC Capital Financial, LLC Capitol Document Solutions Carlos Perdomo Carlos Rosario International PCS (School Community) Community Capital Corporation Crystal Insurance Group Democracy Fund Donald Graham EL Tamarindo Inc First Financial Group Benefits Francisco Ferrufino Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hector Torres Hotel Association of Washington, D.C. Inter American Development Bank, Office of External Relations James Moore Jay Castaño Jay Haddock Jose Gutierrez Kristine Dunne Maher BOARD OF T RUST E E S M&T Bank Marc Magazine Marcia Sternfeld Margaret Yao Mexican Embassy Multicultural Community Service Nigel Twose Patricia Sosa Patrick Benedict PNC Bank Raza Development Fund, Inc River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation Rubino & Company Ruth Ticktin Selvon Waldron Sherrie McKenna Sheryl Sherwin Shinberg Levinas Sonia Gutierrez Susan Walker Tempo Bookstore Inc. Teodros Kavaleri The Frances B. & William D. Novelli Fund The Vanessa Ruiz & David Birenbaum Family Fund United Way of the National Capital Area University of the District of Columbia Verizon Washington Nationals Baseball Club William MacCartee Winmar Construction, Inc We are deeply grateful for the donations of individuals, foundations and corporations who believe in the mission of the Carlos Rosario School. While we appreciate each and every supporter of our school, the Board and staff would like to particularly thank the following who donated at the level of $500 and above. Chair Patricia Sosa Washington, D.C. Vice-Chair Brahim Rawi Washington, D.C. Treasurer James Moore Washington, D.C. Secretary Margaret Yao Washington, D.C. Member Francisco Ferrufino Washington, D.C. Member Ex Officio Sonia Gutierrez Washington, D.C. VOLU NTEER S Honorary Members Emeriti Jane Garcia Alberto Gomez Pedro Lujan E XE CUT IVE S C HOOL LE ADE RSHIP Chief Executive Officer Allison R. Kokkoros Chief Financial Officer Gerardo Luna Chief Academic Officer Dr. Ryan Monroe Accountability Director Patricio Sanchez Chief Technology Officer Gustavo Viteri Member Teodros Kavaleri Washington, D.C. Harvard Street Campus Principal HollyAnn Freso-Moore Member Ex Officio Allison R. Kokkoros Washington, D.C. Sonia Gutierrez Campus Principal Karen Rivas Claudia Patricia Rivera Amaya Cheryl Argrett Katie Bain Megan Barnhart Anna Bialostosky Judy Bonderman Benjamin Collins Kelly Cruz Roberto Rolando Salinas Cruz Luis Diaz Anna Donohoe Brooke Edgecombe Ruth Espinoza Vilma Nuñez Flores Jessica Franklin Saramarie Garcia David Goldstein Jaime Gonzalez Maria Nuñez Hernandez Myrna Hernandez David Horwitz Torrance Hucks Member Nydia Peel, Esq. Lutherville, M.D. ADVIS ORY C OMMI T T E E S Robert Jacobi Piotr Kazmierski Zenia Fuentes-Ramirez de Medrano Rene Mejia Bianca Mendoza Omar Miranda Lucia Nisenson Maria Teresa Llanos D. Oliviera Jenny Rocio Rodriguez Osorio Gregory Eugene Payne Borja Tejerina Prieto Nelphy Rodriguez Hector Rojas Sam Steinberg Robert Stofferson Jane Trevithick Mengesha Tsegaye Woldemanuel Advisory Committee- Culinary Arts Advisory Committee- Health Russell Baratz Cristopher Britton Ruben Amilcar Echeverria Francisco Ferrufino Job Gutierrez Jay Haddock Andres Hayes Roberto Hernandez Emilia Rivera Julie Sproesser Hector Torres Benjamin Velasquez Sabrina Carter Joanne Grand Luz Guillen Doris Medina Carmen Ramirez Patricia Rohrer, B.S ., R.N. Susan Walker Advisory Committee- Arts & Culture Beth Evans Rebecca Medrano Andrea Kim Neighbors Jeannette Noltenius Paul H. Perry Ranald Woodman Advisory Committee- Technology David Dawson Jean Denis Jose Figon Jose Garcia Craig Russon Nate Solloway Philip Spellman Gustavo Viteri We came here because we needed to come here. Everyone deserves liberty, freedom and opportunities. Member Bo Pham Washington, D.C. Member Hector J. Torres Washington, D.C. PAWOUBADI Pawoubadi graduated from high school in his home country of Togo shortly before coming to the United States. He speaks five languages, including Kabye, his mother tongue, French, and English. Pawoubadi has enjoyed making many friends at the school from places around the world. In his day job, he escorts people with disabilities into their vehicles to ensure they get to their destination safely and are able to live a more independent life. He is an IT fundamentals student at the Carlos Rosario School who is working to get his A+ certification and enter the cybersecurity engineering field. Photo: Carlos Rosario Graduate 36 CARLOS ROSARIO SCHOOL Annual Report 2017 CARLOS ROSARIO SCHOOL Annual Report 2017 37