How Much Do Jewish Advocacy And Public Service Leaders Make? by the Forward

How Much Do Jewish Advocacy And Public Service Leaders Make?

The salaries for executives at Jewish public service and advocacy organizations cover a wide spectrum. Some are the highest-paid in the Jewish world, while others are the most modest earners we surveyed. Where do your favorite organizations rank?

How much are CEOs making at Jewish not-for-profit public service and advocacy organizations? Click on each entry for more information.

Rank
Executive
Organization
2016 Salary (1predecessor’s salary | 22017 figure | 32015 figure)
1
Simon Wiesenthal Center
$818,148
2
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
$735,1811
3
American Israel Public Affairs Committee
$720,194
4
Republican Jewish Coalition
$632,950
5
Birthright Israel Foundation
$609,0561
6
Anti-Defamation League
$545,441
7
American Jewish Committee
$539,016
8
Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life
$495,307
9
Foundation for Jewish Camp
$460,501
10
The Israel Project
$460,160
11
Conference of Presidents Of Major Jewish Organizations
$452,693
12
Zionist Organization of America
$448,063
13
Jewish Community Centers Association of North America
$445,0002
14
Jewish National Fund
$435,011
15
Hadassah
$409,818
16
B’nai Brith International
$405,708
17
American Jewish World Service
$330,000
18
Center for Jewish History
$325,0002
19
HIAS
$316,455
20
Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
$315,0003
21
National Council of Jewish Women
$259,644
22
J Street
$259,203
23
Stand With Us
$246,127
24
ORT America
$235,0001
25
Bend The Arc
$233,579
26
Americans for Peace Now
$228,866
27
Forward Association
$227,2522
28
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
$214,624
29
Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring
$210,109
30
Jewish Council for Public Affairs
$205,160
31
Hazon
$202,811
32
Keshet
$153,462
33
Israeli-American Council
$135,6723


You can check out the figures in the other subcategories as well as the full list in our tables below:

For a deeper analysis of the gender gap evident in this data, see here.

For reporting on some of the highest earners at Jewish not-for-profit organizations, see here _For a breakdown of our methodology, see here.

This story "Jewish Advocacy, Public Service Leaders Salaries 2017" was written by Steven Davidson.

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