Our 2022 Portfolio Review, shared with Irvine’s Board of Directors in March 2022, summarizes our work in 2021. Two years into the pandemic, Californians paid the lowest wages have experienced the most health and economic consequences, particularly Californians of color.
The Portfolio Review looks at the “state of our state” and highlights our belief that we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to come together and build the foundation for an economic future that works for all Californians. And it outlines our approach to grantmaking, the progress of our initiatives (Better Careers, Fair Work, and Priority Communities), our allocation of resources, and information about our culture and demographics.
Click through the graphics below to explore our 2021 grantmaking and staff and board demographics.
“We sit at the precipice of a once-in-a-generation opportunity with public sector investments and public will to rebuild more equitably after COVID-19, to address the long history of systemic racism in economic opportunity, and to create a just transition to a climate resilient economy.”
We retain independent auditors to audit our annual financial statements. These auditors report directly to our board’s Audit Committee.