Thirty-four groups paid their executives $1-million or more, a rise from last year's study, which showed that just 23 did.
A Chronicle study of 313 groups found that leaders of some of the wealthiest charities and foundations fared less well than they did in last year's survey, when...
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Only 2 of the 20 highest-paid leaders in the Chronicle's Executive Compensation survey are female. Rebecca Rimel,...
Brian Kelly, a video-game executive, is starting his crusade by focusing on diabetes charities, an illness his son has, but he wants other groups to think about the concept.
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The uptick is far less than the 4- to 6-percent increases nonprofit leaders typically received before 2008.
Salaries for female nonprofit chief executives have risen since 2010, but pay is increasing faster for men in those roles.
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About These Data
The Chronicle’s annual report on nonprofit pay is based on data from charities that ranked highest on its Philanthropy 400.