CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES
 

SUPPORTING STUDENTS

$13 million will expand financial support for students — funding tuition, currently our top fundraising priority, and providing access to workshops, competitions, summer travel, and more — to allow the world’s best to attend SIPA regardless of their means.

ENSURING A REMARKABLE FACULTY

$25 million will help permanently fund five professorships in SIPA’s traditional areas of strength and subjects of emerging importance.

EXPANDING INNOVATION AND RESEARCH

$90 million will elevate SIPA’s leadership in the field by supporting interdisciplinary centers, crosscutting academic initiatives, experiential learning opportunities, and other distinctive programs
 

BUILDING A GLOBAL HUB AND AN IMPROVED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

$15 million will help make important and urgent technology upgrades and facilities improvements, helping to keep SIPA an innovator in international and public affairs education and creating an environment for expanding intellectual, cultural, and social horizons.

EVOLVING WITH A CHANGING WORLD

$7 million will bolster SIPA’s Annual Fund, which supports a wide range of core programs and gives the School flexibility to fund new opportunities as they arise.

CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS

4,240

DONORS

$117.75M

AMOUNT RAISED

As of June 30, 2020
 

DONORS BY GEOGRAPHY

3,541

UNITED STATES

699

INTERNATIONAL

As of June 30, 2020
 

FY 2020 FUNDRAISING

1,159

DONORS

$17.2M

AMOUNT RAISED

Includes gifts from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020

 

Amount by Donor Type FY20: Alumni, $35.47M; Corporations, $30.96M; Foundations, $18.01M; Friends, $13.43M; Parents, $15.42M; Other Organizations, $4.2M; Other individuals, $0.26M

 

DEAN’S ADVISORY BOARD AND CAMPAIGN ADVISORY COUNCIL

 

  • Charles S. Adams MIA ’83
  • Reed D. Auerbach IF ’81, MIA ’82, ’85LAW
  • David S. Baran MIA ’87
  • Roger Baumann IF ’84, MIA ’85
  • Kathy Finn Bloomgarden CERT ’74, ’74GSAS, ’77GSAS, ’83GSAS
  • Michael Brandmeyer IF ’94, ’94BUS, MIA ’95
  • H. Eric Chiang MIA ’99, ’99BUS
  • Lisa Coleman MIA ’85
  • Anisa Kamadoli Costa ’97BC, MIA ’98
  • David N. Dinkins*
  • Habib M. Enayetullah MPA ’91
  • Arminio Fraga
  • Alexander Georgiadis MIA ’85
  • Tanvir S. Ghani MIA ’01, IF ’01
  • Susie Gharib MIA ’74
  • Richard S. Goldberg
  • Gordon Mitchell Goldstein ’90CC, MIA ’94, IF ’94, ’98GSAS, ’98GSAS
  • Zach He ’12CC
  • Robert Hormats
  • Anuradha T. Jayanti
  • Edward S. Knight
  • Robert I. Kopech ’76BUS, MIA ’77
  • Vladimir V. Kuznetsov IF ’90, MIA ’91
  • Jorge Paulo Lemann
  • Harley L. Lippman MIA ’79

 

  • James Luikart MIA ’72
  • Peter N. Marber MIA ’87
  • Tianquan Vincent Mo
  • Juan Navarro
  • Tina Nelson-Fordham MIA ’99
  • Brett A. Olsher MIA ’93
  • David B. Ottaway IF ’63, ’63GSAS, ’72GSAS
  • John H. Porter IF ’82, MIA ’83, CERT ’83
  • Deepak Raj
  • Michael M. Roberts MIA ’86
  • Juan A. Sabater
  • Maurice R. Samuels MIA ’83
  • Alejandro Santo Domingo
  • Romita Shetty MIA ’89
  • Mitchell D. Silber MIA ’05
  • Sumant Sinha MIA ’92
  • David Z. Solomon MIA ’97
  • Joan E. Spero MIA ’68, ’73GSAS
  • Gregory A. Stoupnitzky ’78CC, MIA ’80
  • Lynn Thoman
  • Michael D. Tusiani
  • Martin Varsavsky MIA ’84, ’85BUS
  • Maria Teresa Vivas de Mata ’93BUS, MIA ’03, IF ’03, ’06GSAS
  • Hongyuan Wang MPA ’04
  • Richard E. Witten ’75CC
  • Lan Yang MIA ’96

* Mayor David N. Dinkins passed away in November 2020.

 

FINANCIALS

$84,575,170

BUDGET

$8,713,363

CURRENT USE GIFTS*

$7,537,617

ADDITION TO ENDOWMENT*

$3,186,036

GRANT INCOME*

$123,185,114

ENDOWMENT MARKET VALUE (AS OF 6/30/20)

* Includes cash gifts received from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.