Salaries of American Jewish Leaders

Discover the Most and Least Highly Paid


Published December 10, 2012.
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Republican Jewish Coalition



Category: Advocacy
Location: Washington, DC
2011 Executive: Matthew Brooks, Executive Director
2011 Total Expenses: $3,143,053
Employees: 17
2010 Executive: Matthew Brooks, Executive Director
2010 Salary: $508,000
2011 Salary: $525,596
% Change: 3.46
2010 Total Expenses: $12,409,886
2009 Executive: Matthew Brooks, Executive Director
2009 Salary: $461,070
2008 Executive: Matthew Brooks, Executive Director
2008 Salary: $328,0667
GuideStar Web Page: http://www.guidestar.org/organizations/52-1386172/republican-jewish-coalition.aspx
Organization Website: http://www.rjchq.org



1 interim
2 data from 2012
3 data from 2010
4 data from 2009
5 data from 2008
6 includes payment from SWC Museum Corp.
7 data from 2007
8 data from 2011
9 predecessor's salary
10 partial year
11 not a 501(c)3
12 annualized
13 position currently vacant
14 as per Form 990, JNF declined to comment
15 base salary
16 interim head of organization
17 data from president-elect period
18 2010 Employees
19 legally exempt from public disclosure of salary
20 highest paid professional, no CEO

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