Sparking Sustainable Futures

2019

ANNUAL IMPACT REPORT

GENESYS WORKS Twin Cities

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Karen Marben

Executive Director, Genesys Works Twin Cities
"I am proud to be part of an organization that is sparking sustainable futures and improving our Twin Cities communities and neighborhoods."

Our MISSION

Genesys Works provides pathways to career success for high school students in underserved communities through skills training, meaningful work experiences, and impactful relationships.

Our IMPACT

2019 Results
0

Total students served

$ 0 M

Total student earnings

0 %

College enrollment rate

WHO WE SERVE
0 %

First-generation college students

0 %

Qualify for free or reduced lunch

0 %

Students of color

NATIONAL IMPACT
$ 0 K

-

0 K

Median earnings of employed alumni

0 %

Earn more than both parents combined

0 %

Earn the same or more than at least one parent

0 x

Social Return on Investment

Aisha Mohamed, intern at Cargill

Transforming Struggle into Ambition
"I’m proud to be a Genesys Works intern because I know that I’m part of a bigger cause and movement."

Brandon Vi, intern at Best Buy

Vision for Sustainable Impact
"Best Buy is a company that pushes for diversity and inclusion. There is no better feeling than being able to bring my background and values to work and know that my voice is heard and appreciated."

Nancy Yang, IT TAP associate
at Land O'Lakes, Inc.

From Internship to Full-Time Employment
"Over the past six years, Genesys Works has become more than achieving financial success to me. Genesys Works has become a community of individuals from diverse backgrounds coming together and building each other up for success, regardless of their unique definition of success.”

Jerry Utecht, Teacher at Harding High School

Creating a Holistic Learning Experience
"Genesys Works is a key component for our school, students, and community. It plays a vital role in assisting our students to become more aware of their individual talents and to face their fears that may be holding them back."

Kinza Ahmed, intern at Ecolab and CHS, Inc.

Becoming a Successful Woman in STEM
"Ever since I was a young girl, I have always had a keen interest in technology and how it has modernized our world and has become a part of our everyday life. I would like to be a successful woman in technology to show the world that women in STEM can also achieve great things.”

Thank You Supporters

Genesys Works is able to make a difference in the lives of Twin Cities students because of the financial contributions made by our generous donors. For these gifts, we are most grateful.

$100,000 +

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

York Solutions

Think IT Association

$50,000 +

Otto Bremer Trust
WEM Foundation

$25,000 +

3M
Ecolab Foundation
Evolving Solutions
F.R. Bigelow Foundation
McNeely Foundation
Medtronic
ThreeBridge
Travelers Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

$10,000 +

Abbott Fund
Accenture
AHEAD
Allianz Life Foundation
Andersen Corporate Foundation
Anonymous
Best Buy Foundation
Boston Scientific Foundation
The Carlson Family Foundation
C.H. Robinson Foundation
CHS, Inc.
Comcast Foundation
Flexential
Medica
The Minneapolis Foundation – Protolabs
Minnesota Employment and Economic Development
Morning Foundation
Nutanix
Optum
Pure Storage
Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation
Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
Sundance Family Foundation
Target Corporation
TCF Bank
Women’s Foundation of Minnesota
Zscaler

$5,000 +

Abbott
Affinity Plus Foundation
Albright Foundation
Allina Health
Amazon Web Services
Ameriprise Foundation
Anaplan
Andersen Corporation
Best Buy Corporation
Boston Scientific Corporation
Box
Cargill
Data Recognition Corporation
Dell Corporation Foundation
Ecolab
General Mills
Hardenbergh Foundation
Infoblox
Insight
Land O’Lakes
Life Time Fitness
Mortenson Company
Okta
Mary Lynne Perushek
RBC Wealth Management
ServiceNow
Smikis Foundation
TCF Foundation
Xcel Energy
Youthprise

$2,500 +

Jamie Anderson
AppDynamics
CenturyLink
Cisco
Bret Roberts
Rubrik
Sirius Computer Solutions
Michael and Sherry Sivo
TITUS
Zoom

$1,000 +

Dan Abdul
Anonymous
Ascent Solutions
Rhonda Blatti
Bremer Financial Corporation
Greg Downer
Eric Gartland
Jenna Gilbert
Kathryn Gooding
IntegRhythm Inc.
Aileen and Kim Kasper
Mike Larson
Steve Lytle
Karen and Michael Marben
Marco Technologies LLC
Mentormate
Michael Moliterno
Matthew Neale
Sarah Nieters
Osseo Lions Club
Alina Parast
Craig Pratt
Renodis
Sleep Number
Tim Thull
United Health Group
Michael Walstrom
Wells Foundation

$500

Todd Adams
Joe Burns
Tim Costigan
Ernest de los Santos
Paul Dottle
FPT Software
Nicholas Gardino
Bo Gebbie
Mr. David A. Henseler and Ms. Carol Henseler
Hull Family Charitable Fund
Joel Drotos
Michael Jones
Joseph Keefe
MANIFEST Technology
Microsoft
The Minneapolis Foundation – ConnextMSP
Peak-Ryzex
Presidio
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Anne Reich
Todd Soller
SPJ GTM
Jackie Statum Allen
Talend
Thrivent Financial
Jeff and Jennie Tollefson
Walmart Store #4787
Walmart Store #5089
Rick Walstrom
Zebra Technologies

$100+

Joe Akerson
Jill Aleshire
Allison Alexander
Ameriprise Financial
Carson Amiot
Matt Ammentorp
Kristina Ammon
Amplifon
Chris Anderson
Anonymous (2)
Rhonda Arnold
Kavita Baball
Richard Baredziak
Allison Barmann
Teddy Bekele
Andy Berg
Joan Bernard
Scott Blahauvietz
Scott Boedigheimer
Molly Bott
Nancy Brainerd
Bridget Brask
Myron Braun
Chris Brooks
Robin Brown
Latha Budideti
Matt Bykowski
Charles Byrne
Bai Chang
Francois Charette
Kellie Christensen
Lindsey Christian
Dave and Laura Coggins
Joel and Lorie Crandall
Scott Cummings
Rick Daley
Rassoul Dastmozd
Datatrend Technologies Inc.
Don and Colleen Dawson
Katie DeCabooter
Dell EMC
Acquanetta Denson
Shawn Determan
Faith Dietz
Edward and Linda Donahue
Chris DuFresne
Julie Durham
Dynatrace
Martin Farrell
Scott Farwig
Patton Fast
Gerald Filler
Greg Foslien
Jenny Fraley
Teresa Freeman
Kathryn Freeman
Victor Garcia
Rachel German
Ellen and Jeff Gilbert
Garrett Gleason
Michael Goar
Michael Green
Mary Grindland
Brian Groff
Mike Han
Tom Hannigan
Kelly Hanson
Kate Helmberger
Stephanie Henry
Nick Joseph Hernandez
Amie Hoffner
Melissa Holman
Alison Lienau
Michael Johnson
Amy Johnson
Tammylynne Jonas
Joshua Kass
Dan Kelly
Matt Keske
Darrell Kesti
Kinetic Data
Dale Knudsen
Jeffrey Koschmeder
Lisa Krocak
Rose Kruger
Ethan Kuehl
Kathryn Lamp
David Lardy
Txuci Lee
Sarah Lewandowski
Mike Liddy
Terry MacVey
Joe Maddox
Brenda and Kurt Marben
Maryville Consulting Group
Julie McConnell
David McGauvran
Mark Mettert
Elizabeth Moncrief
MongoDB
Donald Monk
Chris Moses
Randall Muellner
Abbey Nelson
Robb Nelson
Keith Norbie
Daniel Oase
Andrew O’Brien
Jesse Okerlund
Michele Olson
John Otteson
Gary and Julie Pagel
Sumal Paravath
Matt Pellowski
Dmytri Pendino
Guy Perera
Chris Perrault
Karin Petty
Larye Pohlman
Michael Pooley
Wes Ratliff
Jackie Reeves
Henry Reich
Erik Renk-Grant
David Robertson
Andrew Roche
Brian Roche
Rodman Family Foundation
Jennifer Rogers
Debra Roquette
Mike Ryan
Adam Sand
Billy Schuett
Patricia Schulke
Emily Sharpe
Amy Sharpe
Dave Silvernale
Charlie Smith
Shawn Smith
Scott Spiess
Greg Spoden
Courtney Stoesz
Mark Stoesz
Mark Strehlow
Susan and Bill Stuart
Kurt Svendsen
Tony Taylor
Sanjay and Sheela Terakanambi
Ben Tims
The Toro Company
Jason Tschetter
Veeam Software
Walmart Store #5977
Jim Westerman
Works Computing
World Wide Technology
Ronald Wrenholt

Special Thanks to

Allied Parking Inc.
Brave New Workshop
Cose Nuove
Forget Me Not Floral Events
Hylden Advocacy & Law
MSP Hatfield and McCoys
Riddle Room
Tech Guru
Think IT Association

Leadership Society member

Alumni

2019 Corporate Partners

The collaboration between Genesys Works and our corporate partners is at the heart of our success. We want to thank the following companies for providing life-changing work opportunities to our young professionals.

2019 financial report

TWIN CITIES 2019 Financials for annual report 2019
INCOME
Earned Income 7,689,383
Contributed Income 1,238,280
TOTAL INCOME 8,927,663
EXPENSES
Student Wages 4,087,711
Other Program Expenses 3,903,873
General & Administrative 578,440
Fundraising 297,247
TOTAL EXPENSES 8,867,271
Net Unrestricted Income 60,392
TWIN CITIES 2019 Financials for annual report 2019
ASSETS
Cash and Cash Equivalents 2,205,585
Accounts Receivable 1,118,358
Other Current Assets 128,122
Property & Equipment (Net) 11,792
TOTAL ASSETS 3,463,857
LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable 133,941
Other Liabilities 370,759
TOTAL LIABILITIES 504,700
Unrestricted Net Assets 2,843,807
Temporarily Restricted Net Assets 115,350
TOTAL NET ASSETS 2,959,157
TOTAL LIABILITIES and NET ASSETS 3,463,857