2016-2017 by the Numbers

2016 At a Glance

2025 clients served in 2016 from over 120 unique organizations, school sites, districts, and businesses.

  • Strengths Development – 890 participants from over 40 unique entities discovered their top 5 talent themes using the Clifton Strengthsfinder Assessment and took the next step to incorporate the use of this discovery into the culture of their organizations and campuses.
  • Cultural Relevancy Institute – 50 team members of one government organization engaged in deep conversation and activities through a 4-day session demystifying the many components of culture to improved their surrounding climates and strengthening their interactions with the clients they serve.
  • Coaching – 50 individuals from 2 organizations took their strengths journey even deeper with Adrian Ruiz, Certified Gallup Strengths Coach.
  • Youth Program Quality Assessment (YPQA) –60 program and adult advisors were supported in evaluating the bright spots of their program and areas that could be enriched through additional development.
  • Youth Development – Youth Engagement – Organizational Development – over 280 individuals from over 5 programs, schools and organizations enhanced their skillset and added new tools to their teaching, facilitation and training bucket attending learning communities on youth development and youth engagement.
  • Conferences and convenings — over 275 participants gathered at various conferences and events with the key purpose of improving and motivating change that improved the lives of the people they serve.

Leadership Programs

  • TRUSD Student Leadership 21st Century Youth Skill Building 5th year. 150 middle school and high school students from 23 school sites participated in 8 leadership development sessions during the 2015-2016 school year.
  • TRUSD 4th Youth Leadership Strengths Development 4day/3night outdoor camp. 100 youth – 12 youth peer-facilitators –15 adults attended the strengths-based leadership camp.
  • CAMP SOL 2016 – 35 students from throughout the Greater Sacramento Region, engaged in an interactive program where they learned practical leadership skills through a strengths-based lens.
  • Grants Advisory Board of Youth (GABY) – – the Sacramento Region Community Foundation partnered with YDN to oversee program. 15 high school juniors / seniors gained a stronger understating of philanthropic and community endeavors.

YDN 2016 Revenue Sources

YDN 2016 Revenue Sources

YDN 2016 Expense by Project

YDN 2016 Expense by Project

YDN 2016 Expense Allocation by Key Category

YDN 2016 Expense Allocation by Key Category

2017 At a Glance

2,863 clients served in 2017 from over 75 unique organizations, school sites, districts, and businesses.

  • Design Thinking – 38 change-makers learned to think in 3D in the brand new LEGO SERIOUS PLAY strategic sessions that YDN offers.
  • Strengths Development – 1,831 participants/61 unique entities discovered their top 5 talent themes using Clifton Strengthsfinder and took the next step to incorporate into the culture of their organizations.
  • Coaching – YDN support does not end with trainings, we believe training sessions are just the beginning. 128 individuals/9 organization took their strengths journey even deeper with Adrian Ruiz, Certified Gallup Strengths Coach.
  • Cultural Relevancy Institute – 146 individuals from 3 organizations engaged in deep conversation and activities to optimize culture and climate.
  • Youth Development – Over 1,208 individuals/39 programs, schools and organizations 
enhanced their skillset and added new tools to their teaching, facilitation of youth development and youth engagement principles.

Leadership Programs

  • TRUSD Student Leadership 21st Century Youth Skill Building 6th year – 133 middle/high school students / 23 school sites/ 7 leadership sessions.
  • Summer @ City Hall program – YDN supported 96 rising leaders during the 2017 program.
  • Grants Advisory Board of Youth (GABY) – the Sacramento Region Community Foundation partnered with YDN to oversee program. 14 high school juniors / seniors gained a stronger understating of philanthropic and community endeavors.

YDN 2017 Revenue Sources

YDN 2017 Revenue Sources

YDN 2017 Expense by Project

YDN 2017 Expense by Project

YDN 2017 Expense Allocation by Key Category

YDN 2017 Expense Allocation by Key Category