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Annual Report on Giving
Annual Report on Giving 2019-2020

Corporations and Foundations

Visionary corporations and foundations enable Newark Academy’s programs to rise above the average and achieve the extraordinary. This support helps to advance NA’s mission by underwriting valuable experiences in the classroom and beyond the physical campus.
Alliance Bernstein
The Anne L. and George H. Clapp Charitable Trust
Archegos Capital Management
Avago
Robert W. Baird Foundation
Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund
Barclays Capital
Jamacha Bloom Family Foundation
Bristol-Myers Squibb Corp.
Broadridge Financial Services
Chubb & Son Incorporated
CISCO
ConnectOne Bank
Country Club Services Inc.
Dell Technologies
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
F&P DeRosa Memorial Fund
F.M. Kirby Foundation, Inc.
First Tennessee Foundation
Genova Burns LLC
GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
Goldman, Sachs & Company
Google, Inc.
Harvard Maintenance, Inc.
The Jewish Community Foundation of Metrowest New Jersey
Joseph A. Natoli Construction Corp.
The Kean Foundation Inc.
The Kogan Charitable Foundation
The Lautenberg Foundation
The Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation
Leroe Family Charitable Foundation
LinkedIn
The Mandelbaum Foundation
The Marcus Family Foundation
The Margetts Foundation
McKinsey & Company
Merck Company Foundation
New York Life Foundation
Novartis US Foundation
The Paragano Family Foundation
The Petrello Family Foundation
Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program
PIMCO
Prudential Foundation
Qualcomm
S&P Global
Sage Dining Services
Sanofi-Aventis
SAP Software Solutions
Schwarz Foundation
The Silver Family Foundation
The William E. Simon Foundation
Simons Foundation
TIAA
Verizon
Viacom
The Wilf Family Foundation
Workday

Thank You To Our Donors

Preparing for Entry: NA Students Look to Careers of the Future

As the second decade of the 21st century began, Newark Academy sophomores and juniors had the opportunity to consider how seismic shifts in everything from artificial intelligence to globalization are impacting the types of work that will be available to them. This opportunity came through NA’s inaugural Future of Work Conference in October 2019.  The event featured a panel of professionals – from the New York Times’s Harvey Araton to Aero Farms’s Enrique Rodriguez – and more than a dozen other leaders from the business, law, government, technology and education sectors. Panelists offered thoughts on how their field has evolved in recent decades as well what skills would be the most sought after in years to come. Several of the panelists were Newark Academy parents or alumni including:
 
  • Ajay Dhankhar (parent) – Senior Partner - McKinsey & Company
  • Caroline Fullilove (parent) – Diversity Recruitment Manager ADP
  • Katherine Johnson ’11 (alumna) –Registered Architect - NK Architects
  • Basel Kayyali (parent) – Senior Partner - McKinsey & Company
  • Valarie Radwaner (parent) – Deputy Chair - Paul Weiss Rifkind,Wharton & Garrison LLP
  • James Solomon ’02 (alumnus) – Ward E Councilman, Jersey City

The event began with a keynote address by NA Trustee and parent Ajay Dhankhar, followed by break-out sessions where students could attend two sessions based on their career interests.
 
The Future of Work program was created to help NA students learn about the essential skills necessary for success in the workplace. This and other special programs are funded, each year, through donor support to the NA Annual Fund.
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