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|#||Name||Title||Hours / Wk||Comp ($)|
|1||LA JUNE MONTGOMERY TABRON||PRESIDENT & CEO||40||696,000|
|2||KATHRYN KRECKE||GENERAL COUNSEL & CORPORATE SECRETARY||40||375,525|
|4||CARLA THOMPSON PAYTON||VP PROGRAM STRATEGY||40||325,660|
|5||DONALD WILLIAMSON||VP FINANCE & TREASURER||40||360,525|
|6||JOEL WITTENBERG||VP & CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER||40||1,250,148|
|10||RAMON MURGUIA (through 123117)||TRUSTEE / CHIEF GOVERNANCE OFFICER||7||63,333|
|11||RICHARD TSOUMAS (as of 1118)||TRUSTEE / CHIEF GOVERNANCE OFFICER||7||66,667|
|13||MATTHEW SHELLENBERGER||SR PORTFOLIO MANAGER||40||302,643|
|14||REGINALD SANDERS||DIR OF INVESTMENTS||40||638,210|
|15||NEAL GRAZIANO||DIR OF INVESTMENTS||40||592,627|
|16||CARLOS RANGEL||DIR OF INVESTMENTS||40||624,767|
|17||JOSEPH SCANTLEBURY||VP PROGRAM STRATEGY||40||283,255|
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|4,865,000||BOREALIS PHILANTHROPY||transform racial equity, diversity and inclusion in the philanthropic field by building the strong sector's capacity to integrate racial equity within institutions serving the infrastructure of philanthropy through support of efforts of a funding collaborative||Minneapolis, MN||2017|
|4,069,419||ESCUELA DE AGRICULTURA DE LA REGION TROPICAL HUMEDA||strengthen the organization's capacity to ensure future agricultural higher education opportunities for economically disadvantaged youth by supporting an endowed fund||San Jose, CS*||2017|
|3,721,838||CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP||design and manage a premier fellowship program in the United States to build and develop world class leaders with a racial equity and community engagement lens resulting in a network of leaders focused on improving conditions for children and families||Greensboro, NC||2017|
|3,087,241||UNIDOSUS||support the Racial Equity Anchor Institutions in advancing racial equity and racial healing thru increase civic engagement in communities of color and the development and deployment of effective multiracial narratives||Washington, DC||2017|
|2,761,630||COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR MISSISSIPPI||advance the goals of Better Together Commission by creating a core supporting structure to provide management and oversight of an education transformation initiative for Jackson Public Schools||Jackson, MS||2017|
|2,700,000||COMMUNITY CATALYST INC||improve oral health outcomes for underserved communities by supporting narrative change, capacity building and community engagement to establish dental therapy practice||Boston, MA||2017|
|2,000,000||SCHOTT FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION||support the improvement of learning and living environments for students of color by catalyzing narratives and building collaborations between local advocates, educators and school leaders to take actions to reduce racial bias in districts||Cambridge, MA||2017|
|2,000,000||MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD||increase the rate of postsecondary education and credential attainment among high school dropouts and non-traditional students by scaling integrated career pathway programs statewide among Mississippi Community Colleges||Jackson, MS||2017|
|2,000,000||LIVING CITIES INC NATIONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE||enable the organization to achieve its mission of harnessing the collective power of philanthropy and financial institutions to improve the lives of low-income people and the cities where they live by providing general operating support||New York, NY||2017|
|2,000,000||INNER CITY CHRISTIAN FEDERATION||support asset building and family economic security through a loan to secure single-family properties ensuring the preservation of affordable housing by providing a program related investment||Grand Rapids, MI||2017|
|2,000,000||FOUNDATION FOR DETROITS FUTURE||support, in part, a proposed settlement to assist the city of Detroit in emerging from bankruptcy by helping the city satisfy its pension obligations to retirees and to assist in preserving the Detroit Institute of Arts||Detroit, MI||2017|
|1,995,556||TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA||improve state early childhood quality improvement efforts by developing specific data analytic tools that drive program and child outcomes||Philadelphia, PA||2017|
|1,827,087||MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY||increase the number of Michigan vulnerable children and families that are thriving, and positively influence the number of quality food-related jobs linked to healthy food, by ensuring a sustainable, regionally integrated food system||East Lansing, MI||2017|
|1,800,692||MICHIGAN EARLY CHILDHOOD INVESTMENT CORPORATION||improve the quality of early childhood education programs in Detroit and Michigan through shared services, coaching, technical assistance and training||Lansing, MI||2017|
|1,750,000||BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING||increase educational attainment, including the number of Mississippians with associate and bachelor degrees and/or post-secondary credentials of value, by diminishing barriers preventing adult learners from completing their degrees||Jackson, MS||2017|
|1,694,250||CALHOUN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT||increase the quality, availability, access and coordination of early care services and education opportunities for vulnerable families with children from birth to age 8 in Battle Creek, Mich., by partnering with community to advance an early childhood system||Marshall, MI||2017|
|1,579,810||NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN||improve the quality of the early childhood teaching profession by advancing and redefining the field of early childhood and professionalizing its workforce||Washington, DC||2017|
|1,500,000||IFF||improve the quality of early childhood education programs by investing in improvements to facilities to support brain development, decrease environmental hazards and stabilize enrollment||Chicago, IL||2017|
|1,500,000||AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE FUND||improve student outcomes by developing and training early childhood teachers in science, technology, engineering and math content areas||Denver, CO||2017|
|1,439,000||CENTER ON BUDGET AND POLICY PRIORITIES||support the advancement of strategies that make tax and benefit programs more accessible to low-income families; strengthen the State Priorities Partnership's efforts by heightening the focus on racial disparities in tax, budget and economic policy; and continue the State Policy Fellows program||Washington, DC||2017|
|(*) Denotes foreign country|
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