New Leaders builds strong relationships with foundations, corporations, public entities, and individuals to further our mission and increase awareness of our organization and its goals. Partnerships are central to our mission of bringing together individuals and organizations devoted to improving high-need schools through effective leadership.
New Leaders would like to thank the following partners and supporters for their generosity and their commitment to the EPIC program including the U.S. Department of Education*, our school district and charter school partners, and the private philanthropic funders listed below.
If you or your organization is interested in partnering with New Leaders and EPIC, please contact Stephanie Morimoto, Chief External Relations Officer, email@example.com.
*The contents of this website and all associated text, video, artifacts, and any other materials were developed under a grant from the Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
Foundations | Individuals
Carnegie Corporation of New York was created by Andrew Carnegie in 1911 to promote "the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding." For nearly a century the Corporation has carried out Carnegie's vision of philanthropy by building on his two major concerns: international peace and advancing education and knowledge.
Carnegie Corporation of New York
The Hyde Family Foundations are committed to building a better Memphis. Through active, engaged philanthropy, our mission is to empower the people and programs that are making measurable differences in the community, and to provide leadership on public policy issues that will help Memphis become a world-class, 21st century city.
Hyde Family Foundations
The Kern Family Foundation is committed to preserving the traditions of free enterprise, technical leadership, ordered liberty and good character that have enabled the American nation to thrive intellectually, economically and culturally. Guided by this vision, the Foundation supports two education programs that promote intellectual excellence and virtuous citizenship: American History, Economics, and Religion; and Education Reform.
The Kern Family Foundation
MetLife Foundation supports education, health, civic, and cultural organizations. It seeks to increase opportunities for young people to succeed, give students and teachers a voice in improving education, create connections between schools and communities, and develop leadership among teachers and principals. Its funding is informed by findings from the annual The MetLife Survey of the American Teacher.
The Pearson Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Pearson plc, one of the world's leading media and education companies. The Pearson Foundation extends Pearson's commitment to education by partnering with leading nonprofit, civic, and business organizations to provide financial, organizational, and publishing assistance across the globe.