UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE FOUNDATION INC
215 Central Avenue, Louisville, KY 40208 http://WWW.LOUISVILLEFOUNDATION.ORG

Total Revenue
$84,685,568
Total Expenses
$108,600,605
Net Assets
$893,560,811

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE FOUNDATION IS ORGANIZED AND OPERATED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE UNIVERSITY. IT SERVES AS A FUNDRAISING ORGANIZATION AND PROVIDES ECONOMIC IMPACT ON THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF NEW BUSINESSES AND THE CREATION OF NEW JOBS. FUNDS ARE INVESTED AND MANAGED BY THE FOUNDATION IN SUPPORT OF THE UNIVERSITY'S MISSION TO BECOME A PREMIER METROPOLITAN RESEARCH UNIVERSITY RECOGNIZED FOR ADVANCING THE INTELLECTUAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF OUR COMMUNITY AND ITS CITIZENS WHILE PLACING THE UNIVERSITY AMONG THE TOP TIER OF SIMILAR UNIVERSITIES IN THE NATION.

RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY THE UNIVERSITY, WITH THE HELP OF THE FOUNDATION, IS FOCUSED ON ENSURING THAT THE GREAT IDEAS THAT BEGIN IN THE LABORATORY AND THE CLASSROOM BECOME TANGIBLE BENEFITS FOR PEOPLE. THE DRIVING GOALS BEHIND THESE STEPS ARE TO: 1. INCREASE FUNDED RESEARCH; 2. INCREASE OUR TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN RESPONSE TO COMMUNITY NEEDS AND FUEL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; 3. FOCUS ON AREAS OF SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY THAT CREATE NATIONAL PROMINENCE; AND 4. EXPAND CLINICAL OPERATIONS TO BETTER SERVE KENTUCKY. IN FISCAL YEAR 2014 TOTAL GRANT AND CONTRACT AWARDS TOTALED 917 FOR $109.1 MILLION. THE FOUNDATION IS FINANCING AND DEVELOPING THREE RESEARCH PARKS, ONE AT EACH OF THE UNIVERSITY'S CAMPUSES - BELKNAP CAMPUS, HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER CAMPUS, AND SHELBY CAMPUS. EACH OF THESE PARKS IS BEING DESIGNED TO FURTHER THE UNIVERSITY'S RESEARCH MISSION, PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REVENUE STREAMS AND PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE LOUISVILLE AREA. 1. NUCLEUS INNOVATION PARK: THIS RESEARCH AND INNOVATION PARK INCLUDES THE TECHCENTER, THE NUCLEUS, AND THE IHUB. ONCE COMPLETED IT IS PROJECTED TO CREATE 8,700 JOBS. THE TECHCENTER OFFERS LABORATORY SPACE, BOTH WET AND DRY, AND OFFICE SPACE. A SHARED LABORATORY FACILITY EQUIPPED WITH COMMON LABORATORY EQUIPMENT IS AVAILABLE FOR EARLY STAGE COMPANIES REQUIRING LABORATORY SPACE. THE NUCLEUS IS AN EIGHT STORY, 200,000 SQUARE FOOT BUILDING WITH A GREEN ROOF AND OPEN SPACES. IT WILL HOUSE THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR LONG TERM CARE INNOVATION WHICH SERVES AS A CATALYST FOR THE UNIVERSITY'S WORLDWIDE AGING CARE RESEARCH INITIATIVE. OTHER TENANTS INCLUDE ATRIA SENIOR LIVING, UNIVERSITY'S EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION RESEARCH OFFICE, ACCELERATORS FOR START-UP COMPANIES AND THE ADMINISTRATION FOR THE UNIVERSITY'S MEDICAL FACULTY. THE IHUB, OUR CO-WORKING SPACE FOR VERY EARLY STAGE COMPANIES, CONTINUES TO BE WELL USED. UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATED STARTUPS AND EARLY STAGE COMPANIES ARE LOCATED IN THE TECHCENTER, THE IHUB AND THE NUCLEUS. 2. SHELBYHURST: THIS RESEARCH AND OFFICE PARK IS LOCATED ON UNIVERSITY'S SHELBY CAMPUS IN EASTERN JEFFERSON COUNTY. SHELBYHURST FEATURES THE 38,000 SQ. FT. CENTER FOR PREDICTIVE MEDICINE, A NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH FUNDED BIOSAFETY LAB FOCUSING ON RESEARCH OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES. THROUGH A PARTNERSHIP WITH REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT FIRM NTS, THE FOUNDATION HELPED CONSTRUCT THE FIRST LEED CERTIFIED CLASS A OFFICE BUILDING AT SHELBYHURST. THE FACILITY, KNOWN AS 600 NORTH, IS THE FIRST BUILDING OF ITS TYPE IN KENTUCKY AND DESPITE THE CHALLENGING ECONOMIC CLIMATE HAS ACHIEVED 100% OCCUPANCY LEADING TO CONSTRUCTION OF A SECOND, SIMILAR BUILDING NEARBY. FUTURE PLANS INCLUDE A HOTEL AND CONFERENCE FOR HOSTING RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE. 3. BELKNAP ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES RESEARCH PARK: THIS 39 ACRE RESEARCH PARK IS BEING DEVELOPED AS THE CENTERPIECE FOR RESEARCH AND COLLABORATION AT UNIVERSITY'S BELKNAP CAMPUS. THE DEVELOPMENT IS THE CENTERPIECE OF A SIGNATURE TAX INCREMENT FINANCING (TIF) DISTRICT, DESIGNED TO STIMULATE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE AREA. THE TIF DISTRICT COVERS MORE THAN 900 ACRES AND WAS GIVEN APPROVAL BY THE KENTUCKY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY, PAVING THE WAY FOR WHAT COULD BE AN ESTIMATED $1 BILLION IN GROWTH OVER 30 YEARS. THE PROJECT INCLUDES A $31 MILLION ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT THAT WAS JUMPSTARTED BY THE FOUNDATION WITH A $6.2 MILLION COMMITMENT. BUILDING ON RESOURCES AT THE INSTITUTION'S J. B. SPEED SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, A MAJOR FOCUS OF THE RESEARCH PARK WILL BE TO BRING COMPANIES AND ENGINEERING EXPERTS TOGETHER. THE UNIVERSITY ALSO ENVISIONS RESEARCH, SUPPORT FACILITIES AND STAFF TO HELP UNIVERSITY'S FACULTY COMMERCIALIZE THEIR IDEAS AND INVENTIONS.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND RESPONSIBLE STEWARDSHIP THE UNIVERSITY'S STRATEGIC PLAN, "THE 2020 PLAN: MAKING IT HAPPEN," DESCRIBES THE UNIVERSITY'S COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND REINFORCES THE CONCEPT OF A "CITIZEN UNIVERSITY." FUTURE GROWTH OF INITIATIVES IN THE SIGNATURE PARTNERSHIP, IDEAS TO ACTION (I2A), STUDENT AFFAIRS AND IN EACH ACADEMIC UNIT WILL RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT INCREASES IN OUR COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS AND COMMUNITY-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL AND RESEARCH EFFORTS. THE UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN REPEATEDLY RECOGNIZED FOR VOLUNTEERISM, VETERAN-FRIENDLY PROGRAMS, LEADERSHIP IN SUSTAINABILITY, AND AS A "GOOD NEIGHBOR" FOR THE COMMUNITY. THE UNIVERSITY PLEDGES TO BE A MODEL METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, INTEGRATING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, RESEARCH STRENGTH AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT. TO FULFILL THIS OBLIGATION THE UNIVERSITY IS ENGAGING IN THE FOLLOWING: 1. CREATING AN IMPROVED NEIGHBORHOOD BY JOINING INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS TO DEVELOP THE CAMPUS AREA THROUGH GROWTH IN BUSINESS AND HOUSING FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF. CREATING A LIVELY CAMPUS THAT ENCOURAGES CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT. EXPANDING HEALTH SERVICES FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF; 2. EXPANDING CLINICAL ENTERPRISES TO BETTER SERVE OUR COMMUNITY; 3. STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, LITERARY ARTS, HUMANITIES, HISTORIC PRESERVATION, LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS, ESPECIALLY IN LOUISVILLE'S CORE AREA; 4. KEEPING COMMITMENTS TO WEST LOUISVILLE BY IMPLEMENTING AND SUSTAINING THE SIGNATURE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM, FOCUSING ON ELIMINATING OR REDUCING DISPARITIES IN THE EDUCATIONAL, HEALTH, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITION OF COMMUNITY RESIDENTS AND; 5. ENACTING OUR STATEWIDE MISSION IN FOCUSED AREAS APPROPRIATE FOR A METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY BY PARTNERING IN THE CREATION OF A CITY SOLUTION CENTER, EXPANDING OUR STATEWIDE OUTREACH THROUGH CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND SELECTING EDUCATION PROGRAMS, AND ACHIEVING INDICATORS FOR CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT.


Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

Name Title Hours Per Week Total Salary
DR JAMES R RAMSEY President 25.00 $1,860,079
DR SHIRLEY WILLIHNGANZ Executive Vice President 15.00 $663,038
VICKIE YATES BROWN President/CEO - Nucleus 49.00 $383,921
KATHLEEN M SMITH Executive Director and Chief of Staff 15.00 $319,146
THOMAS M JURICH Athletic Director (ULAA) 10.00 $255,915
MICHAEL J CURTIN Assistant Treasurer (to 8/31/2013) 10.00 $172,947
RONALD KEVIN MILLER Exec. Senior Assoc. Athletic Director (ULAA) 20.00 $144,993
RICHARD J TOMLINSON Interim CFO/Assistant Treasurer 26.00 $139,118
REBECCA JACKSON Director 0.50 $0
MARGARET HANDMAKER Director 0.50 $0
LAURENCE BENZ Director 0.50 $0
JONATHAN BLUE Director 0.50 $0
J CHESTER PORTER Director (to 5/19/2014) 0.50 $0
FRANK WEISBERG Secretary 0.50 $0
JOYCE HAGEN Vice Chair 0.50 $0
ULYSSES L BRIDGEMAN JR Treasurer 0.50 $0
CHARLES DENNY Director 0.50 $0
DR JOSEPH PRATHER II Director 0.50 $0
DR MARK LYNN Director 0.50 $0
DR SALEM GEORGE Director 0.50 $0
DR WILLIAM SELVIDGE Director 0.50 $0
FRANK MINNIFIELD Director 0.50 $0
DEBBIE SCOPPECHIO Chair 0.50 $0

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