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The English Speaking Union of the United States

Annual Report 2021

ESU Mission

Founded in 1920, the English-Speaking Union of the United States is a national membership organization with more than 4,000 members organized in 65 Branches across the country. ESU members and volunteers are the pillars of our educational and cultural programs as they work in their local communities to carry the ESU mission forward.

For 100 years, the ESU educational and cultural programs have enriched the lives of American students, teachers, English language learners and ESU members. The English-Speaking Union employs English as a shared language to foster global understanding and goodwill by providing educational and cultural programs for students, educators, English language learners, new immigrants and members.

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Chairman's and Centennial chairman's letters

Dear Friends,

As Chairman of the English-Speaking Union of the United States, I’m pleased to present to you the 2020-2021 Annual Report. 

This report is a proud record of the ESU’s accomplishments during a stormy year that tested us greatly, individually and as an organization. And as you will read in the pages that follow, we gave it our best and rose to the challenge. We celebrated the ESU’s Centennial to great fanfare, deployed technology to communicate with the ESU community and carry on our educational programs, and offered exciting virtual events that kept you engaged and inspired.

This Annual Report is also a record of the outstanding leadership of Ambassador Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill CBE, who stepped down as Chairman of the ESU last fall. The pandemic was only the latest of the hurdles that the ESU overcame during his six-year chairmanship.  With a steady hand and a sense of purpose, Dr. Beresford-Hill righted the ESU’s course, brought our Board and membership together and re-focused the organization on its fundamental strengths – our mission, our members and our programs. The 2020-2021 accomplishments are the embodiment of Dr. Beresford-Hill’s vision.

This report is also a recognition of our members and volunteers. Your loyalty made 2020-2021 a truly centennial year. Your participation ensured the success of our virtual events. Your support boosted the Shakespeare, Luard Morse and Evelyn Wrench Endowments that provide the core funding of the ESU’s flagship programs. Thank you for staying with us.

It is also an acknowledgment of the perseverance of our teachers and students, new immigrants and English language learners who took part in the ESU’s educational programs and exchanges. You found the strength to participate in the ESU National Shakespeare Competition, to vie for the Luard Morse and TLab scholarships, to join the Andrew Romay New Immigrant Center (ARNIC) classes and workshops and to meet, albeit virtually, with your English tutors, in order to continue making strides toward your goals.

And finally, this Annual Report is a testament to the hard work and talent of the ESU staff.  Led by Executive Director Karen Karpowich, they are the engine behind the ESU’s success.

For your endless generosity and commitment to the English-Speaking Union – thank you.

Dr. E. Quinn Pepper

Chairman, The English-Speaking Union of the United States

2020-2021 will remain in the history of the English-Speaking Union as one of its most extraordinary years. It was a year of great uncertainty and disquiet – about our friends, families and fellow ESU members in Branches across the country. It was also a year of commemoration. Our Union turned 100—a remarkable testament to the enduring appeal of Sir Evelyn Wrench’s belief that a shared language can forge close personal bonds and serve as an instrument of peace. 

And, thanks to our members’ loyal support and active participation, we rose up and responded to the challenge the way the ESU has faced other daunting moments in its century-long past – with resolve, optimism and ingenuity.

The programmatic innovations and initiatives of 2020-2021 demonstrated the ability of technology to shrink distances and bring us together. The year was bookended by two exciting virtual events, the ESU 2020 Centennial Annual General Conference held October 19-23, 2020, and the June 24, 2021 Evening of Storytelling that celebrated the contributions of ESU members, students, and alumni to our organization’s accomplishments.

During the week-long Annual General Conference, ESU members enjoyed lectures and virtual tours, as well as interactive workshops on ESU programs and member activities. The ESU also hosted the meeting of the International Council of the English-Speaking Unions, bringing together thirty-one ESUs from across the globe. The meeting re-affirmed our commitment to strengthen bonds and build bridges between nations and cultures, through our shared language.

Undeniably, the highlight of the Annual General Conference was the Centennial Gala, broadcast live from the ESU Headquarters in New York City on October 21st, 2020. The Gala was a salute to the ESU Centennial and celebrated the generations of ESU members who have built our organization into the internationally recognized educational charity it is today. 

But the most important moment of the evening was the unveiling of the Princess Royal Awards by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, who, unable to attend in person, sent us her congratulations by video. The Princess Royal Awards were bestowed on six individuals for their extraordinary contributions to the ESU in its global setting: philanthropist Mr. Donald Best; ESU Luard Morse alumnus and benefactor Dr. Laurence C. Morse; then ESU President and now Chairman Dr. Quinn Peeper; humanitarian of ESU immigrant programs’ patron Mrs. Elizabeth Scott; and, posthumously, ESU Chairman Emeritus Mr. William R. Miller CBE, who passed earlier in 2020. 

I also had the special privilege to receive this honor. A virtuoso performance of George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” by Dr. Quinn Peeper and the Steven Ray Artists Orchestra enlivened the evening.

And if the Gala was a celebration of the ESU’s trailblazers, the Evening of Storytelling in the spring of 2021 recognized all of you – ESU members, volunteers, students and alumni, friends and supporters. The ESU’s rich legacy is grounded in your commitment, generosity, aspirations, toils and triumphs.

The evening also launched the creation of the ESU Time Capsule – a website created specifically to hold your memories, photos and oral accounts of what made your involvement in the ESU special. And, in the spirit of the evening, we introduced the English-Speaking Union Heritage Society to salute an elite group of members, – those who have been with the organization for twenty years or more. 

The year was also rich in educational activities. The thirty-eighth ESU National Shakespeare Competition held its second virtual season. The popular initiatives from the 2020 Competition, including the Teacher Recognition Award and the People’s Choice Award, were expanded to acknowledge the second- and third-place winners. For the first time, all thirty-nine Branch finalists received a stylish personalized ESU 2021 National Shakespeare Competition sweatshirt. I also got one – the privilege of having a National Shakespeare Competition “Aha!” moment thirty-eight years ago. 

The successful ESU Happy Hour series drew a record number of attendees because it featured fascinating presenters and topics: Dr. Robin D. Williams on the architecture of the South; British literature specialist Mrs. Marie Kervin on the Brontë sisters; Mr. Ron Whitehead on his outlaw poetry; economist and author Professor Andrea Mays on Shakespeare scandals and scoundrels; Dr. Annie Gray on the cuisine of the popular television show, Downton Abbey;  Dr. Natwar Gandhi, former CFO for the District of Columbia, and poet Ms. Panna Naik on her immigrant experience.

Our immigrant programs, English in Action and the Andrew Romay New Immigrant Center (ARNIC), expanded their online offerings with new language instruction classes and workshops that helped students to stay connected and on track toward their personal and professional goals. And in addition to the Thanksgiving gathering via Zoom, ARNIC celebrated the occasion by publishing its first Multicultural Cookbook, featuring cherished recipes submitted by immigrant students, volunteers, teachers, ESU members and staff.

Even the ESU exchange and public speaking programs continued, in anticipation of the lifting of pandemic restrictions. The Luard Morse Selection Committee identified a brilliant scholar for the 2021-2022 year from a record number of applicants from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). In addition, the ESU Middle School Debate program had an active tournament season, with bouts held via Zoom.

2020-2021 was personally important to me because it was my last program year as Chairman. I look back on the past six years with wonder and deep gratitude for the extraordinary experience leading this venerable organization into its next century. And since my involvement with the organization predates my chairmanship by quite a number of decades, I can say that the ESU has been and will continue to be a significant part of my life.  

I know that all of you – ESU Branches, members, volunteers, students, donors and staff – share my profound satisfaction in the ESU’s successes. Enjoy reading about them in this Annual Report and please renew your membership. And if you are not a member yet, join the English-Speaking Union. Attend the ESU events, volunteer, donate to the ESU educational programs and reward yourself with being a part of something that endures – the ESU’s purpose of expanding minds, strengthening friendships and unlocking opportunities through the power of the English language.

Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill CBE

Chairman, The English-Speaking Union of the United States

ESU Annual conference

October 19-23, 2020

The 2020 English-Speaking Union Annual Conference brought together hundreds of members from across the United States and abroad in our first-ever virtually formatted conference. Connecting through Zoom from October 19th to the 23rd, this year’s conference celebrated the beginning of our centennial year and featured honored guest The Princess Royal, President of The English-Speaking Union of the Commonwealth.

Sessions included a meeting of the National Board of Directors, an inspiring kick-off of the 100 Years, 100 Stories project by Martyn Tipping, and an address by the ESU of the Commonwealth featuring Jane Easton, Director General, and Professor James Raven LittD FBA, Chair. Multiple Branch-led breakout sessions on topics including digital communications, analysis of our programming and fundraising preceded the official English-Speaking Union Annual General Meeting on Friday, October 23rd, 2020. The Centennial Gala, held on Wednesday, October 28th, featured remarks by The Princess Royal, Princess Anne, who bestowed The Princess Royal Award on H.E. Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill, Mr. Donald Best, Mr. William R. Miller CBE, KSt.J (posthumously), Dr. Laurence C. Morse, Dr. E. Quinn Peeper and Mrs. Elizabeth Scott D St.J. Additionally, Dr. Laurence C. Morse was also honored with The English-Speaking Union Founder’s Award. 

Over the course of the week, key speakers and events included: a special concert by Dr. E. Quinn Peeper with the Steven Ray Artists Orchestra; a virtual Happy Hour lecture by Anthony W. Robins, presented by the ESU Happy Hour Committee; a Plenary Session by Laura Fredricks, JD., author and attorney-turned-philanthropic advisor; a virtual tour of the Morgan Library & Museum by Christine Nelson; and a lecture by Brad Rosenstein, Program Producer for the Presidio Trust in San Francisco, independent curator, speaker, and writer.

Celebrating Centennial Stories

For 100 years, the English-Speaking Union of the United States has been supporting cross-cultural education through leadership and scholarship in the English language. In our centennial year, we celebrated the people who galvanize this organization: you! From students and alumni to volunteers, patrons and members—hundreds of people from across the organization contributed vibrant anecdotes to the 100 Years, 100 Stories call. The open call culminated into the event, Celebrating Centennial Stories: An Evening of Storytelling, on June 24th, 2021.

The event showcased multimedia stories submitted from across the organization. Among the most exceptional submissions were: José Rojas (written story), Kate Nitzken (photo story) and Jeffrey Schnabel (video story). Each took home the Outstanding Story Award for their particular category. During the event, participants had the opportunity to bid on unique and enduring treasures from the Royal and ESU history in the Centennial Auction; enjoy an exclusive performance by the Oxford Philharmonic; and hear from notable ESU figures such as His Excellency, Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill, Oxford Philharmonic conductor Dr. Marios Papadopoulos, Dr. E Quinn Peeper, 2020 ESU National Shakespeare Competition winner Ms. Ava Bloom, SSE alumna Ms. Susie Folwer-Watt, Mrs. Susan Matheson Ferris, and Mr. Dieudonné Ndje Bayi Seh.

Special thanks to all who submitted stories and contributed to the 100 Years, 100 Stories initiative. It is through the continuous support of our members and community that the ESU has enjoyed 100 years of service.

Providing courses that offer such a powerful educational impact solidifies the true purpose of the English-Speaking Union. Scholars remember, repeat, and celebrate through learning that enhances the meaning of life, letting the ripple continue. Being drenched in these types of lessons burrows deep and remains, outliving our short human lives to become the true legacy of our organization.

Mrs. Kate Nitzken, Branch President, ESU Kentucky

Read Kate's Submission

If someone can teach you something invaluable, it is a new language that opens the  gates to a new world. ESU was my guide on this beautiful journey.

ARNIC student Mr. José Rojas

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Happy Hour Program

Since 2020

In response to the COVID-19 world, ESU members banded together in July of 2020 to introduce the virtual Happy Hour Program Series, which has been met with resounding success. The Happy Hour Program brings guest speakers live from locations all over the world, free of charge using the Zoom format.

All Happy Hour programs are recorded so members and any interested party can watch all programs on-demand. The programs also include a Q&A, which allows for program attendees to ask questions. 

You may find all of the recordings from the first and second season of the Happy Hour Program in the program archive.

Explore Happy Hour Archive

Evelyn Wrench Speaker Series

Since 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic forced us to cancel our newly reconstituted Evelyn Wrench Speaker Series; however, we were able to feature two dynamic virtual speakers. 

Linguist Lynne Murphy, author of the popular blog, “Separated by a Common Language,”  lectured on the challenges of English as it is spoken here in U.S. versus the English of our friends across the pond.

Later in the year, fashion historian Hilary Davidson shared her expertise with her lecture on Dress in the Age of Jane Austen. 

While the core of the Wrench Program has always been our in-person Branch programming, our online attendance numbers were high and members enjoyed the vibrant discussion and scholarship of these two very accomplished woman.

Andrew Romay New Immigrant Center

Since 2013

The Andrew Romay New Immigrant Center (ARNIC) equips recent immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the New York metropolitan area with the skills, resources and support they need to integrate fully into U.S. economic and civic life. This needs-based scholarship program offers English language classes, one-to-one conversation sessions with native English speakers as well as opportunities for professional development and community integration. 

The global pandemic created both challenges and opportunities. We found innovative ways to support and empower ARNIC members. We continued to offer a full range of programs using remote platforms. Some of the highlights from this year included a virtual career panel with representatives from various sectors and industries, the first-ever online graduation, a virtual Thanksgiving celebration and the production of a multicultural cookbook celebrating the diversity of the ARNIC community. Throughout the year, we continued to strengthen our community partnerships and grow the immigrant programs. 

ARNIC is a refuge for me, a place where you have supported me. You have motivated me to keep moving forward.

Victor, ARNIC Member


English in Action

Since 1976

English in Action (EIA) helps newcomers to the United States master conversational English and learn about life in the U.S. The program fosters cross-cultural exchange by pairing English language learners with volunteer tutors—native English speakers—for one-to-one conversation sessions. A hallmark of the program is its comprehensive tutor training using best practices in cross-cultural learning and leadership development. The tutor training emphasizes work with culturally-diverse populations. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, English in Action adapted and continued to provide participants with opportunities to practice English. Tutors and students continued their conversations remotely from the safety of their homes. We assisted tutors through remote trainings, workshops and monthly support groups. Weekly group discussions provided additional opportunities for students to practice English and build a sense of community with fellow program participants. 


National Shakespeare Competition

Since 1983

The ESU National Shakespeare Competition is a performance-based education program supported by ESU Branches across the country. High school students nationwide read, analyze, perform and recite Shakespearean monologues and sonnets in three qualifying stages: school, ESU Branch and National. In the process, they develop analytical and communication skills, build confidence and learn to appreciate the power of the spoken word. Since 1983, more than 400,000 students have brought the timeless works of Shakespeare to life.

The 2021 National Shakespeare Competition

For the second year, the ESU faced the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, and because of the support of our Branches, the 38th National Shakespeare Competition was successfully held on April 26th, 2021.  The ESU celebrated the first year of its second century by employing available technology to produce a digital competition, displaying its resolve that the “show must go on.” 

Virtual semi-finals were organized using recorded performances uploaded to YouTube. A panel of distinguished judges, located remotely, reviewed the submissions, and selected ten finalists. The finalists went on to perform live via a Zoom meeting and their performances were watched by friends, family and Branch members across the world. 

  • Delilah Delgado of the ESU San Diego Branch won 1st place with her quick witted and thorough renditions of Phoebe from As You Like It, and Sonnet 62.
  • Delilah's teacher, Samantha Howard of the Bishop’s School, will receive the $1,000 Teacher Recognition Award, being the second such award recipient since the award’s founding last year. 
  • Anna Sheehan of the ESU Boston Branch took 2nd place with her captivating interpretations of Robin from A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Sonnet 2. Her teacher, Barbara Whitlock of Montrose School, will receive the $500 Teacher Recognition Award. 
  • Samuel Christian of the ESU Los Angeles Branch won 3rd place for his stirring rendition of Aaron from Titus Andronicus and Sonnet 23. His teacher, Elizabeth Dennehy of Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, will receive the $250 Teacher Recognition Award.

Teachers Learning Abroad (TLab)

Since 1957

The ESU is one of the few organizations in the United States that provides scholarships to middle and high school teachers to continue their education with summer study in the United Kingdom at the University of Oxford, the University of Edinburgh and Shakespeare’s Globe in London.

Each summer, through the generosity and dedication of ESU Branches, TLab scholarships are awarded to local teachers for study in the United Kingdom for 2 – 6 weeks. Teachers are able to delve deeper into a range of subjects, from English literature and history to creative writing and international politics at Oxford and Edinburgh Universities, or be up on their feet learning how to “teach Shakespeare through performance” at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. Teachers return inspired and eager to share their knowledge with their students, colleagues and ESU Branches.

Due to U.K. COVID-19 quarantine requirements of up to fourteen days in July 2021, Oxford and the Globe postponed their programs until 2022. Three intrepid ESU TLab scholars studied in-person in Edinburgh and one remotely. You can learn about 2021 TLab scholar Estephany Reyes’ adventures in Edinburgh on our website.

Teachers Learning Abroad courses:

University of Edinburgh

  • Text and Context: Modernism, Scottish Literature, and Contemporary Literature
  • Creative Writing
  • Contemporary British and Irish Theatre and Performance

Oxford University

  • English Literature
  • History, Politics, and Society
  • Creative Writing
  • International Politics

Shakespeare's Globe

  • Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance

Travel and Learn Abroad Program

Since 2017

The TLab for Lifelong Learners Program opens up to ESU Branch members the international, educational and cultural opportunities previously only available to our middle and high school teachers. These popular one-week ESU programs in the United Kingdom provide the opportunity to live and learn with like-minded souls. Lectures by renowned scholars, behind-the scenes tours, access to archives not open to the public and the company of intellectually curious, worldly and adventurous fellow travelers power the meaningful enrichment and insider perspectives offered by the ESU Travel and Learn Abroad for Lifelong Learners program. Past trips have included Dicken’s London and Shakespeare’s Stratford-Upon-Avon. 

Due to COVID-19, the programs were cancelled in 2021. The ESU continues to work closely with Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust and is looking forward to planning new programs in the future.

Travel and Learn Abroad Courses for Lifelong Learners:

Shakespeare birthplace trust/Stratford-upon-Avon

  • From Page to Stage: Text and Theater and Performance

Luard Morse Scholarships

Since 1969

The ESU Luard Morse Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship that provides up to $25,000 towards a semester of study at a British University during the recipient’s junior year. The scholarship is available only to American students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States. The ESU Luard Morse Scholarship is open to students in all disciplines and has been awarded to students majoring in economics, philosophy, finance, mathematics, liberal arts and the sciences. Since the inaugural 1969-1970 academic year, 86 exceptional students have been awarded scholarships to study at eighteen universities including Oxford, Cambridge and the London School of Economics. 

The 2021-2022 ESU Luard Morse Scholarship was awarded to George Pratt, a History and Religion Major at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. 

George will be studying at the University of Manchester during Spring Semester 2022. 

Secondary school exchange scholarship

Since 1928

The ESU Secondary School Exchange Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship that provides tuition, room and board for U.S. and U.K.  students to spend a semester or year (gap year) abroad between high school and college. Since its inception in 1928, the ESU of the United States and ESU of the Commonwealth have worked closely together to provide the scholarship opportunity for thousands of students to expand their horizons academically and culturally by studying at secondary schools in the U.S. and U.K. The oldest of all our educational programs, the SSE is at the heart of the ESU mission to use the English language to foster global understanding and goodwill through cultural and educational exchanges. Through this experience, students gain maturity, independence and global perspectives that benefit them in college and in their future careers.

SSE Scholar Tom Tennett and brother

For the first time since the pandemic, students were accepted to “cross the pond” to live and study for the upcoming 2021-2022 academic year in the United States and the United Kingdom.

In New York City, the ESU National Headquarters welcomed visiting SSE Alum and students to tea.

Middle School Debate

Since 2011

In partnership with Claremont McKenna College and launched with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the ESU Middle School Debate Program teaches students in grades 5-8 the fundaments of critical thinking and language arts skills through public speaking. The ESU Middle School Debate is unique in that it maximizes the learning and skill building outcomes by extensive coach and judge training and an adaptation of the parliamentary model of debate for middle-schoolers. The program reaches students at one of the most sensitive times of their development. It enhances their academic performance in language, math and science classes and builds discipline, collaboration and tolerance of different viewpoints. It appeals to both boys and girls, which are almost evenly represented in the ESU leagues. 


2021 Consolidated financial report

Condensed Statement of Activities

July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021

This fiscal year 2021 financial presentation is the audited financial report of the consolidated ESU, including all 65 branches and national operations.

Investment Income allocated to Operations 
Earned Revenue
Branch Events & Meetings
Speakers & Conferences 
Special Events (net of event expenses)
Grant Revenue
Other Revenue
Total Operating Revenue
Net Change in Assets
Total Revenue
Total Revenue
Total Expenses
Program Services
Immigrant & Education Programs
Membership and Branch Services
Branch Events & Meetings & Communications
Speakers & Conferences
Total Program Expenses
Supporting Services
Management & General
Total Service Expenses
Total Expenses
Assets as of 6/30/2021
Cash and cash equivalents 
Investments held by National, at fair value
Investments held by Branches, at fair value
Headquarter’s building
Total Assets

* includes: certificates of deposit, accounts receivable, prepaid expenses and other assets, and office equipment (net of accumulated depreciation)

Liabilities & Net Assets
Liabilities and Net Assets
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
Paycheck Protection Program Loan payable
Capital lease payable
Total Liabilities
Net Assets
Without Donor Restriction
Investments in HQ building & equipment
Board designated
Total Net Assets w/o restriction
With donor restriction
Time and purpose restricted
Perpetual in nature
Total Net Assets w/ restriction
Total Liabilities & Net Assets

With Thanks to our donors

July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021

* Individuals who generously participated in the English-Speaking Union National Patron Program providing unrestricted operating support to the ESU and its Branches.

‡ Deceased

Leadership Circle

$100,000 or more

Marietta and Andrew Romay Foundation

Visionaries' Society

$20,000 - $99,999

Achelis and Bodman Foundation 

H.E. Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill CBE*

ESU Denver Branch

Marken Family Trust 

Dr. Laurence C. Morse and Ms. Pamela McKoin*

Dr. E. Quinn Peeper and Mr. Michael D. Harold*

Westminster People 

Walter Hines Page Society

$10,000 - $19,999

ESU Atlanta Branch

Mr. Donald A. Best* 

ESU Naples Branch

Mrs. Natalie T. Pray / Malcolm S. Pray Jr. Foundation*

Mrs. and Mr. Stanley Deforest Scott* 

National Fellows

$5,000 - $9,999

Axe-Houghton Foundation  

ESU Boston Branch

Ms. Rachel A. Carren and Mr. Mark D. Young, in memory of EiA Tutor, Anita Dimendberg

Dr. Loveday Conquest and Mr. Fred Kleinschmidt* 

Mrs. Polly W. Cox* 

Ms. Julia Hansen / Edward and Julia Hansen Foundation* 

Henry E. Niles Foundation  

Mr. Duane L. Hughes  

Mr. Charles T. Munger, Jr. / CNC Foundation 

Dr. Susan Robin Sinclair* 

Dr. Julia Churchill Van de Water* 

Chairman's Circle

$2,500 - $4,999

Dr. Cheryl Albuquerque* 

Mr. and Mrs. Stewart B. Clifford* 

Ms. Susan M. Ferris* 

Guardian Financial

Joseph S. and Louise B. Rumbaugh Fund of the Community Foundation of Broward

Jesse & Dorothy Hartman Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick London* 

Mr. David Martinelli* 

Mr. William B. Maschmeier* 

Mr. Darryl R. McCormick* 

Mrs. Bettie M. Miller / Betty Rossell McGowin Charitable Trust*  

Mr. Nathan M. Perlmutter / Forest Hills Financial Group  

PNC Foundation

Mr. John J. Raffaeli, Jr.* 

Dr. and Mrs. George W. Ray III* 

Richard D. Donchian Foundation  

Mr. Jeffrey L. Schnabel* 

Mr. Noel Sloan* 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Wyndrum* 

Vice Chairman’s Circle

$1,500 - $2,499

Mrs. Christine M. Brown* 

Dr. and Mrs. David A. Dooley* 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Doughty  

Mr. Steve Haedicke and Dr. Janet V. Haedicke* 

Mr. Duncan Karcher* 

Mr. Mark Lawhorn and Ms. Lynn Haff* 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Pettus LeCompte* 

Mrs. Donna M. Miller* 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Pattillo* 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Rosato / Dr. Donald J. Rosato Chartiable Fund* 

Ms. Yu Zhang  

President's Circle

$1,000 - $1,499

Mr. Randall C. Abrams  

Mrs. Tanya M. Acker* 

Dr. James B. Broadhurst* 

ESU Charleston Branch

Mr. Charles E. Clapp III* 

Mr. James M. Donohue  

Ms. Cynthia Fields and Mr. Lawrence Fields 

Mr. Timothy L. Fields and Mr. Chris Bergeaux* 

Mr. William C. Fuller, Jr.  

Ms. Susan Gibson* 

Dr. Jerry Huff* 

Mrs. Barbara W. Hughes* 

Ms. Erika Ishii  

Mr. and Mrs. Leander McCormick-Goodhart* 

Mrs. David J. McDaniel* 

Dr. Christopher Medalis and Mr. Boyan Konstantinov* 

ESU Memphis Branch  

Mrs. Payne W. Middleton  

New York Community Trust* 

Ms. Dorinda J. Oliver* 

Mrs. Mary Alice Phelan* 

Prof. Brian Abel Ragen, Ph.D.* 

Ms. Sally Richards* 

Dr. Jill Toliver Richardson* 

Mr. Demetriouse L. Russell  

Ms. Gail Sanger  

Ms. Marissa D. Scott-Torres  

Starr Companies* 

Mrs. Lucille T. Whitley* 

Mr. and Mrs. John Winthrop / The Lion and Hare Fund at the New York Community Trust* 

Y and H Soda Foundation

National Sustainer

$750 - $999

Miss Barbara M. Deacon* 

Mrs. Gloria Early-Norris* 

Mr. and Mrs. Jean Paul Elard* 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Harrington* 

Mrs. Phyllis G. Heard* 

Mr. Karl D. Jackson  

Ms. Patricia Ann Moore* 

Mr. Clarke F. O’Reilly, Jr.* 

Mrs. Rebecca Reynolds and Mr. Peter Reynolds* 

Mr. Jeffrey Tennant and Mr. Bruce L. Smith*

National Sponsor

$500 - $749

Mr. Robert Amott and Ms. Janice Flanagan* 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood L. Baxter* 

Dr. Karen Blair-Brand* 

Ms. Sandra Boyd and Mr. Fred Tucker* 

Ms. Jessamine Brandt*, in memory of Mr. James C. Humes 

Ms. Elizabeth Brothers* 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Capomazza di Campolattaro* 

Central Synagogue  

Mr. Matthew E. Cheek* 

Ms. Christine Corcoran and Mr. Edward Stark* 

Mrs. Jean H. Davison* 

Ms. Gertrude de G Wilmers  

Mr. Tony Elms and Ms. Joyce Reehling* 

Ms. Elizabeth R. Etoll* 

Mr. Albert S. Field  

Dr. Robert M. Franklin  

Mr. and Mrs. F. David Grissett* 

Mr. Robert H. Gunn, Jr.*

Ms. Nicole A. Halbreiner / Robert N. Alfandre Foundation* 

Ms. Helga Hansen* 

Mr. Andrew Heath* 

Ms. Karlee Hilliard* 

Dr. and Mrs. Dentcho Ivanov* 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jarosz* 

Jewish Communal Fund  

Ms. Karen Karpowich and Mr. Ian Calderon* 

Ms. Marjorie L. Kennedy* 

Ms. Annette S. Kirby* 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Koenig* 

Mr. Yuki Kuwauchi  

Mr. Keith W. Lerch* 

Mr. Jeffrey C. Levy and Ms. Liz Lapidus* 

Dr. Thomas A. Mason and Ms. Christine H. Guyonneau* 

Ms. Shirley Mueller* 

The Blackbaud Giving Fund  

Mr. Gary S. Oaks* 

Mrs. Meredith Oates* 

Mr. James T. Patterson  

Dr. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr.

Pledgeling Foundation  

Mr. Lawrence Raymond  

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberson* 

Mr. Robert W. Robinson  

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roxe / Roxe Foundation* 

Mr. Alvin J. Schexnider  

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Schweller* 

Mr. Marc Stern and Ms. Kimberly Yellin-Stern 

Mr. and Mrs. Sainsbury L. Strack* 

Ms. Eleanor Theodore* ‡

Ms. Susan E. Thurston Grathwohl / Thurston Charitable Foundation* 

Mrs. Frederick W. Toohey* 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Van Horn  

Mr. and Mrs. J. Otey Walker III* 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Warden* 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Webster* 

Mr. and Mrs. James Wesner*  

National Donor

$300 - $499

Ms. Judy Amiano and Mr. Robert Zasa* 

Austin Community Foundation* 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Balchan  

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Baring* 

Ms. Sylvia Barnard* 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell III* 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter Bippart* 

Mr. Paul T. Boghosian* 

Mr. and Mrs. John G.B. Boyd* 

Mr. Guy A. Bramble  

Ms. Virginia Brody* 

Dr. Gregory William Buck  

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bukovac*

Ms. Elizabeth Anne Buzzell FRSA, ASA (Ret.)* 

Mr. Bryan Campbell  

Mr. Basil Carpenter and Mr. Bruce Haefner* 

Ms. Brett Carrier* 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Caruso* 

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Champlin* 

Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke* 

Dr. James B. Congleton III* 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. Cowan, FRAES* 

Dr. Rennie W. Culver* 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeFer* 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Demarco* 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dendy* 

Ms. Alta Devivo* 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Dorman* 

Mrs. Prescott N. Dunbar* 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Dupin* 

The Howard & Elaine Leventhal Charitable Trust

Dr. and Mrs. James P. Fadely* 

Mr. Peter D. Farnham* 

Mrs. Sallie Van Pelt Feild* 

Ms. Elizabeth Gemmill* 

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Gordon, Jr.* 

Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt R. Haskell* 

Mr. Paul Henry and Mr. Juan Castaneida-Merced* 

Ms. Laura Herrera  

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Hoch* 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Horner* 

Mr. Pace Taylor Huff* 

Mr. Marshall C. Hunt, Jr.* 

Rev. and Mrs. Ernest E. Hunt* 

Mr. Mark Hutchinson* 

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Jardine* 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Jeffries* 

Mr. Allan D. Jergesen* 

Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Jernigan* 

Mr. William J.D. Jordan* 

Ms. Marjorie T. Julian* 

Mr. Brian Keeley  

Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Kelley* 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Kemp* 

Mr. William Kennedy and Ms. Allyn Rosser* 

Judge James W. Kerr, Jr.* 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kestnbaum* 

Ms. Judith King* 

Dr. Douglas D. Koch* 

Mrs. John Peter Labouisse* 

Mr. James T. Lang, Jr.* 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Lausch* 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Leak* 

Mrs. Gordon B. LeGrand* 

Mrs. Kathryn Lerch* 

Dr. Elaine Leventhal  

Ms. Yvonne R. Leveque* 

Mr. Mark Bennett Levine and Mr. John H. Keppeler* 

Ms. Nancy P. Lewis* 

Mr. Jonathan S. Linker  

Dr. William M. Long* 

Dr. and Mrs. Ron Luke* 

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Mackey* 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Maddrey* 

Mrs. Ruth M. Mader* 

Dr. and Mrs. John Malloy* 

Prof. and Mrs. James Marrow* 

Ms. Bonnie B. Matheson* 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. McArthur, Jr.* 

Ms. Gayla J. McCluskey and Dr. David Humphrey* 

Dr. Renee McEldowney* 

Mr. Richard L. McGrath* 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. McLure* 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. McNamara* 

Ms. Wendy Meyer* ‡

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Millard* 

Mr. Gregory Morey and Mr. Scott James* 

Mrs. Jean Morris* 

Mr. and Mrs. Clive Muncaster* 

Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Muse* 

Ms. Susan Merritt Nelsen* 

Mr. and Mrs. Rick C. Normand* 

Col. H. David O’Malie* 

Ms. A. B. Orthwein* 

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Pagliano* 

Mr. Matt Pantaleoni* 

Mr. Peter Parsonson and Dr. Sarah Parsonson* 

Ms. Julia Patterson* 

Mr. Davidson A. Perry-Miller* 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Peterson* 

Mrs. Ingrid Philbrick* 

Mr. Gordon Lee Pollock* 

Mrs. Jean Bruce Poole* 

ESU Princeton Branch 

Mrs. Jan Querbes, III* 

Mr. Jonathan D. Rabinowitz* 

Dr. and Mrs. James Reibel* 

Mrs. Barbara Rigby* 

Mr. Ryan Ruskin and Mr. Michael Andrews* 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sapp* 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schlesinger* 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulhoff* 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Schwartz, Jr.* 

Mr. and Mrs. Terrance A. Secker* 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sevier* 

Ms. Linda J. Voloshen Spencer* 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Staffeldt* 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Stahel* 

Drs. Jane and Austin Sumner* 

Ms. Elizabeth Thiele* 

Mr. Gifford Thomas* 

Mr. and Mrs. Sydnor Thompson III* 

Mr. John Michael Thornton and Ms. Donna Altieri* 

Mr. William R. Udry* 

Mr. Mauro Vacca  

Dr. Louise Valine, PhD* 

Cedric W. Vogel, Esq.* 

Mr. William F. Wallace  

Ms. JoAnn Wallace* 

Ms. Katherine K. Walls* 

Dr. Peter D. Weigl  

Mrs. Annette Weinstein* 

Ms. Barbara W. Weller* 

Ms. Lynne Wheat* 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Whedbee* 

Mr. Paul B. Whitty* 

Mrs. Samuel L Willard II* 

Ms. Sarah L. Williams* 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry P. Williams III* 

Dr. and Mrs. Craig Wilson* 

Ms. Ann Marie Winters* 

Prof. Elaine Orr Wise* 

Mr. Richard C. Wolfe* 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Woollam* 

YourCause, LLC Trustee for TD Ameritrade   


$100 - $299

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Adams  

Mrs. Natalia Alekhina  

Dr. Mary E. Alexander  

Abbot and Dorothy H. Stevens Foundation 

Mr. James B. Armstrong  

Ms. Laure Aubuchon  

Mrs. Iona L. Baldwin and Dr. Richard Baldwin, Jr.

Ms. Mary Anne Barker  

Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes  

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Bennett III  

Ms. Janifer Bennett  

Mrs. Geoffrey Bentley  

Ms. Susan Berman  

Mr. William L. Bernhard  

Mrs. Ann V. Bersson  

Mrs. Katherine Blair  

Mr. Stuart J. Bloomberg  

Ms. Linda G. Blount  

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burtch, Jr.  

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Butler  ‡

Mr. Justin Bynum  

Mrs. Vernalee Cain  

Mr. David L. Calfee  

Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Capen  

Ms. Anne D. Crane  

Mr. and Mrs. T.G. Daniel  

Ms. Robin Dautrich  

Mr. William M. Davis  

Mr. G. Garrett Davis  

Ms. Dorothy Decker  

Ms. Nancy L. Dempsey  

Mr. Guy B. Dixon  

Miss Catharine-Mary Donovan  

Ms. Barbara Dotterer  

Mr. Peter A. Dow  

Mr. and Mrs. Adam M. Drimer  

Ms. Virginia Obrecht Dulworth  

Mr. Peter B. Elliott  

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. English  

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Evans  

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Feldman  

Ms. Dorothy Fiedler  

Ms. Roberta Anne Fitzgerald  

Mr. Lewis W. Flagg  

Dr. Henry E. Flanagan, Jr.  

Mr. Ronald Lee Fleming  

Daniel E. Fridie, Esq.  

Mr. Theodore L. Gaillard, in memory of Mr. Jonathan Hewitt

Mr. Charles S. Gardner III  

Mr. and Mrs. John A.Y. Geater  

Ms. Sarah D. Gillespie  

Mr. Clark Goodwin  

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Grubbs  

Ms. Marion Gruber, in memory of EiA tutor, Mrs. Jackie Braverman

Mr. and Mrs. Chandrakant R. Gupta  

Ms. June Hajjar  

Dr. Warren G. Hall  

Mrs. Winifred Tish Hall  

Mr. Wilson Hallett  

Dr. Susan Ford Hammaker  

Ms. Arthene Hammerman  

Cathy Denise Hampton, Esq.  

Ms. Harue Harada  

Mr. Charles Douglas Harvey  

Ms. Elizabeth G. Heard  

Ms. Brenda Hedrick  

Mr. Ralph H. Henderson  

Ms. Sonja Herzinger and Mr. R. Poor  

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Higgins, Jr.  

Ms. Debbie Hill  

Dr. and Mrs. Eric F. Hockings  

Ms. Kathleen Hodges  

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hollingsworth  

Ms. Nancy Hornstein  

Mr. David Inkeles  

Ms. Loreta R. Jackson  

Mr. Michael Jeffcoat  

Mr. and Mrs. Pegram Johnson III  

Mr. Robert L. Johnston  

Ms. Abbey Kalina, in memory of EiA tutor, Mrs. Jackie Braverman

Ms. Minako Katayama  

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kaufman  

Mr. James E. Kelley  

Robin Kemper, Esq.* 

Mr. and Mrs. David Kepner  

Mrs. Lou C. Kerr /
The Kerr Foundation  

Mr. Stuart H. Kerr  

Ms. Ann C. Lacambra  

Rev. Canon Richard U. Larom  

Ms. Susan Lichter  

Mr. Richard B. Lightfoot  

Ms. Berit R. Lindboe  

Ms. Phyllis Lindy Gutterman, in memory of EiA tutor, Mrs. Jackie Braverman

Ms. Rhona A. Lipton  

Mr. and Mrs. Thad Long* 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Loomis  

Mrs. Luce Loussoum  

Mr. Henry S. Lynn, Jr.  

Ms. Linda S. MacIntosh  

Mr. Robert W. Maggs, Jr.  

Mr. Alan D. Maislen  

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Maloney  

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McChesney  

Ms. Janice D. McClure  

Ms. Glenda McClure  

Ms. Scottie E. McDaniell  

Mr. Ralph M. McDermid, Jr.  

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McElhone  

Ms. Amy McKenney  

Mr. Glen McLaughlin  

Mr. Francis W. McMillan  

Ms. Concetta Miller  

Ms. Judith Miller  

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Morris, Jr.  

Mrs. Thaddeus Moseley  

Mr. Stephen E. Myers  

ESU New Orleans Branch  

Mrs. Leslie H. Newman  

Mr. Nyi Nyi  

Ms. Margaret J. O’Brien and Mr. Robert J. Langone

Mr. Daniel O’Day  

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Odell  

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Padley  

Mr. William H. Painter  

Ms. Pauline Perkins  

Mr. Richard Prescott and Ms. Darlynda Arnold 

Mr. Anthony C.E. Quainton  

Mr. Robert Redfield  

Ms. Cheryl Rehwinkle  

Dr. Ilan Riss  

Mr. W. Barton Roe  

Mr. Christopher W. Rogers  

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rohan  

Mr. Marshall Rutter and Ms. Terry S. Knowles 

Mr. Whitney G. Saunders  

Dr. and Mrs. John W. Schott  

The Hon. Patricia S. Schroeder  

Shakespeare Study Group  

Mr. Taylor Sharpe  

Mr. Adam D. Shepard  

Ms. Laura Sherman  

Mr. Bejan Shirvani  

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Simons, in honor of Mr. Skip Flanagan

Mr. Hugh W. Sloan, Jr.  

Dr. and Mrs. Norman Smith  

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Smith  

Mr. James E. Spencer  

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taaffe, in memory of EiA tutor, Mrs. Jackie Braverman

Mr. Spencer Dawson Tanner  

Mr. Eugene Tariq Thomas  

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas  

Dr. Francis D. Tuggle and Ms. Andrea Smith 

Ms. Irina Ullo  

Mr. John C. Vaughey  

J. W. Thompson Webb, Esq.  

Ms. Sarah Elliston Weiner  

Marc Wheat, Esq.  

Mr. Seth W. Whitaker  

Ms. Angela R. I. Wilkins and Mr. Stephen Francis

Mr. Joel Wilkinson and Mrs. Margot M. Wilkinson

Mr. and Mrs. Mason Williams  

Mrs. Deborah Williams  

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Wilson  

Dr. and Mrs. James P. Wilson  

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Yanaway and Dana Yanaway 

Ms. Makiko Yoshino  

Mr. and Mrs. S. Stanley Young  

Ms. Miriam Zachary  

Ms. Barbara Grant Zane  

Ms. Ellen Zukert, in memory of EiA tutor, Mrs. Jackie Braverman

Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program

Mrs. Karin P. Shikiar  

Ms. Bonnie Singer  

Mrs. Sarah Stephenson  

Mr. Frederick Stephenson and Ms. Vivian Frank  

Dr. and Mrs. Owen Tabor  

Mr. Thomas W. Toch  

Mr. John M. Trask  

Ms. Carole Walton  

Mrs. Sue Ann Weinberg / John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation  

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Weiser  

Ms. Carol Whayne  

Mr. Charles Whitehead Felsted  

Ms. Janeth Whiting  

Mrs. Linda DeFoor Wickham  

Ms. Mary Katherine Williston  

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wilson  

Ms. Boyoung Woo  


Less than $100

Mr. John W. Ager III  

Ms. Susan Alter  

Mr. Adebajo Amusa  

Mr. Paul J. Barringer  

Ms. Nancy Beres  

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bivetto  

Mrs. Tucker Blaine  

Mrs. Brenda Block  

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brannen  

Ms. Emily Brasher  

Mr. David B. Brawer  

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Brooks  

Mr. Richard Cahn  

Ms. Luzia Castaneda  

Ms. Ann Cerrone  

Ms. Allison Cheffer  

Mr. Nicholas Clarke  

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Cohen  

Mr. and Mrs. W. Graham Cole  

Prof. Bud Coleman  

Ms. Joyce Galbraith Colony  

Mr. and Mrs. H. Calvin Cook  

Ms. Jane Cooper  

Ms. Nancy Danzer  

Mr. John C. Diamante  

Ms. Virginia Donnelly  

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dotterer  

Ms. Ekaterina Emelianova  

Ms. Dianne E. Emmick  

Mr. John W. Ewell  

Ms. Phyllis Feinberg  

Mr. Joseph Feldman  

Ms. Trina Ferrigno  

Ms. Eleanor Fink  

Mr. and Mrs. Audrey J. Foley  

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Foraker  

Ms. Sofie D. Franzen-Moyle  

Mr. Michael George Freer  

Ms. Sarah S. Garlington  

Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Girling  

Mr. Matthew Goldstein  

Mrs. Knox M. Goodman  

Ms. Carrie Hall  

Mr. Lawrence Hauptman  

Ralph H. Henderson  

Mr. Timothy E. Hollaman  

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Howden  

Ms. Christine Hsu  

Mr. Francis Jacobs II  

Mr. Miles Hutton Jacoby  

Mrs. Candice Johnson  

Mr. T. Paul Kane  

Mrs. Nancy Karapin  

Mr. Leo Kayser III  

Mrs. Mary Keevil  

Ms. Julie M. Ketterer  

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Klein  

Dr. John Michael Kosterlitz  

Ms. Jane Landis  

Miss Liya Lekvinadze  

Mr. Donald C. Lucas  

Ms. Diana Mackie  

Ms. Susan Mandell  

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Marasso, Jr.  

Ms. Laura Marks  

Dr. J. Kenneth McDonald  

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. McGowan  

Ms. Katherine A. McIntyre  

Mr. Easton T. McMahon  

Dr. Christopher Medalis and Mr. Boyan Konstantinov  

Ms. Laura B. Millar  

Ms. Melissa Mishoe  

Mr. Ahmadreza Mohammadali  

Ms. Kathryn Morrisett  

Mrs. Nataliya Moskalenko  

Ms. Elena Tompkins Mucciarone  

Mr. Jean-Pierre Mvouanga  

Mr. Clarke F. O’Reilly, Jr.  

Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson  

Ms. Patsy K. Pettus  

Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program  

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Piper  

Mrs. Patricia Ratliff  

Ms. Joan Reese  

Dr. Ilan Riss  

Mrs. Gloria A. Roberts ‡ 

Mrs. James B. Rutland  

Ms. Jean Saklad  

Ms. Martha Salper  

Mr. William R. Sanders  

Ms. Diane Sandquist  

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sapp  

Ms. Beata Newman Scarpulla  

Ms. Kathryne Schipf  

Ms. Ann Schneider  

Mr. Jason Shaw  

Mrs. Karin P. Shikiar  

Ms. Bonnie Singer  

Mrs. Sarah Stephenson  

Mr. Frederick Stephenson and Ms. Vivian Frank  

Dr. and Mrs. Owen Tabor  

Mr. Thomas W. Toch  

Mr. John M. Trask  

Ms. Carole Walton  

Mrs. Sue Ann Weinberg/John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation  

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Weiser  

Ms. Carol Whayne  

Mr. Charles Whitehead Felsted  

Ms. Janeth Whiting  

Mrs. Linda DeFoor Wickham  

Ms. Mary Katherine Williston  

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wilson  

Ms. Boyoung Woo  

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