Board & Financials

Board of Directors,

2018-19

Raquel Sanchez, Chair
Fred Hutchinson

Cancer Research Center
Seattle, WA

John McLaughlin, Director
Seattle, WA

Paul Burson
Regis University
Denver, CO

Danielle Corea
Catholic Relief Services
Cambridge, MA

Andrew Hermann
Better World Beans
Cincinnati, OH

David Lester
St. Joseph, St. Thomas, Our Lady Star of the Sea
Portland, OR

Brian Mack
Seattle Preparatory School
Seattle, WA

Joe Sherman, MD
Mary’s Place
Seattle, WA

Mary Sully de Luque
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Glendale, AZ

Marsha Dubuk
Renton Technical College
Seattle, WA

Advisory Board

Charles Bergman
New Brunswick Tomorrow
New Brunswick, NJ

Roger Bergman
Creighton University
Omaha, NE

Rev. Simón Bautista Betances
Archdiocese of Houston
Houston, TX

Patricia Díaz-Kismarton
Physicians Insurance
Issaquah, WA

Anne Guion
Neighborcare Health
Seattle, WA

Kinne Hawes
Vandeburg Johnson & Gandara
Port Orchard, WA

Paula Hermann
Kansas Wesleyan University
Salina, KS

John McLaughlin, Esq.
Cavalier Logistics
Dulles, VA

Sarah Townley Della Rocca
New York, NY

Rosemarie Stabile
CitiBank
New York, NY

 

 

Highlights from our 2017-2018 Annual Report

DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS

Percentages of total $199,456.06 spent in 2017-18, by area

Chart Annual Report 2019

Rooted in our holistic vision and these core values, EAB has expanded its programming yet again this past year. The statistics below give a sense of EAB’s cumulative impact since our humble, informal beginnings in 1998.

Health Programs

  • 103 latrines built, in four rural communities
  • 103 home projects completed, in four rural communities
  • Two free-access community clinics, providing basic healthcare and medicine
  • Vastly improved health outcomes help children attend and succeed in school

Education Programs:

  • 100 students supported full-time in 2017-18 school year (12 college, 35 high school, 53 primary school)
  • Graduates to date: 10 college/professional school; 5 trade school; 71 high school
  • Summer camps in two communities, fully planned and directed by these same high school and scholarship students, for early learners
  • Improved education outcomes enable beneficiaries to become professionals, and break out of cycle of poverty and dependence

Service Programs:

  • 58 U.S. service-learning immersion programs, with over 600 participants
  • Groups hail from 13 different high schools, universities, and parishes nationwide
  • New service-learning program for Dominican students launched in 2017-18
  • The “culture of service” EAB creates has improved career outcomes for U.S. participants, and fostered increased self-sufficiency and pride of ownership in Dominican communities