May 17, 2001
Gender Gap in Management Found at Chicago CharitiesBy NICOLE LEWIS
Male C.E.O.'s of human-service charities in Chicago are more likely to run large organizations than are female chief executives, a new study has found. As a result, they are also more likely to earn more than $100,000 a year, the study found.
While women work as top executives at nearly half the human-service groups in the city, of the 14 charities with budgets of more than $20-million, only four are run by women, the study found.
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