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Financials*

year: 2017
assets: $ -12,092
revenue: $ 396,295
expenses: $ 1,147,843
 
year: 2016
assets: $ 739,456
revenue: $ 959,937
expenses: $ 1,115,388
 
year: 2015
assets: $ 500,025
revenue: $ 500,025
expenses: $ 0
 

* All from IRS 990. Assets = line 21; Revenue = line 12; Expenses = line 17.

RECIPIENT PROFILE

Minnesota Comeback

31 grants received for $ 5,024,769
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TYPE: 501(c)(3)

EIN: 47-4086472

710 South Second Street, Suite 400
Minneapolis, MN 55401

http://www.mncomeback.org/

Minnesota Comeback is the legal owner of Great Minnesota Schools.

According to a Minnesota Comeback press release, the organization was incubated by the Minneapolis Foundation as the Education Transformation Initiative.

46 institutional roles for $932,190

Here's how Minnesota Comeback describes itself on its IRS 990 (2016):

MINNESOTA COMEBACK ... WAS INITIALLY FUNDED AS AN INTERNAL PROJECT OF THE MINNEAPOLIS FOUNDATION, AND HAS NOW GAINED ENOUGH OF A GROUNDSWELL OF SUPPORT AMONG MINNESOTA EDUCATION LEADERSHIP TO OPERATE AS A SEPARATE LEGAL ORGANIZATION THE GUIDING VISION OF MINNESOTA COMEBACK IS THAT BY 2025, ALL MINNEAPOLIS CHILDREN WILL BE ENROLLED IN RIGOROUS AND RELEVANT SCHOOLS THAT PREPARE THEM TO THRIVE IN COLLEGE, THEIR CAREER, AND THE COMMUNITY...MINNESOTA COMEBACK ALSO SUPPORTS GRANTMAKING AIMED AT STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS IN MINNESOTA EDUCATION ... WE REVIEW GRANT APPLICATIONS AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE MINNEAPOLIS FOUNDATION AS TO DISTRIBUTIONS FROM THE FUND THAT WILL BE USED TO MAKE GRANTS TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS, PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS, AND INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS, AND ANY OTHER SUPPORTING GRANTS AIMED AT IMPROVING THE MINNESOTA EDUCATION SYSTEM

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46 institutional roles for $932,190

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Year Role Hrs/week Pay Source 990 src
Albright, Rob
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Balch, Rosita
(1 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Banovetz, Nicholas
(2 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
total pay: $ 259,256   
Erdahl, Becky
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Fan, Al
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
total pay: $ 428,000   
Graves, William G.
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Guidera, Aimee
(1 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Kimbrell, Catherine
(1 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
total pay: $ 138,574   
Nelson, C David.
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Piper, Tad
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Ramaley, Mithra
(1 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Smallwood, Carolyn
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Smith, Chris
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Soran, Phil
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Turner, Rashad
(1 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
total pay: $ 106,360   
Vargas, Sandra
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Warfa, Hamse
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Wolford, Kate
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  
Yang-Best, Kayla
(3 roles; show | hide | all | profile)
  

 

OTHER LINKS

Sarah Lahm
Bright Light Small City
March 15, 2016

MN Comeback: Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing for the Minneapolis Schools?

Amid all of this revamping, the Minneapolis Public Schools continues to fall further into the hands of MN Comeback.

Read the full report >