Male Nonprofit Executives Earn 27% More Than Female Leaders, Study of Fla. Executives Finds
That pay gap is partially due to the fact that men are more likely to lead large organizations — which offer higher salaries — than are women, according to Margaret Linnane, executive director of the Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Center at Rollins College, in Winter Park, Fla., which conducted the survey.
But men tend to make more money even at smaller organizations, she said.
At the biggest organizations, female CEO’s earned 34.8 percent less than their male counterparts, according to a Guidestar study last year.
hmm, wonder why men are leading all the big organizations?
sweet. sure makes me glad i'm getting my masters, so i can hopefully move up in the ranks some day and make less than my male counterparts!!
c'mon female central florida nonprofit executives- check this study out and raise some Lilly Ledbetter hell!