Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Founded 1901, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia serves the sixth-largest U.S. Jewish community. It has established a number of campaigns, including Operation Moses, which helped with the resettlement of Ethiopian Jews in Israel in 1984-85, in support of its mission to provide resources and facilitate Jewish community-building in Philadelphia, Israel and internationally. After the recent departure of its CEO, Ira Schwartz, the Federation has been engaged in a search for new leadership.
Naomi Adler became the CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia in May 2014. Prior to this position, she was the president and CEO of two different United Way organizations in New York for 14 years. Originally from Rochester, NY, Naomi worked in private practice there after graduating from Mount Holyoke College and SUNY Buffalo School of Law. In 1992, she became an assistant district attorney. Her reputation as a successful prosecutor in cases of violence against women and children, and later as a community advocate, led to a number of honors, including national recognition at the State of the Union address to Congress in 2013.
Institution Revenue: $29,836,969
Institution Total Expenses: $34,792,328
Institution Revenue: $48,670,118
Institution Total Expenses: $37,975,470
Underpaid by: 5%
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1 Interim head of organization
2 Data from 2012
3 Data from 2011
4 Data from 2010
5 Data from 2009
6 Data from 2008
7 Data from 2007
8 Includes payment from SWC Museum Corp.
9 Predecessor’s salary
10 Partial year
11 Not a 501(c)3
13 Position currently vacant
14 As per Form 990, JNF declined to comment
15 Base salary
16 Data from president-elect period
17 2010 Employees
18 Legally exempt from public disclosure of salary
19 Highest paid professional, not CEO
20 Paid from two related organizations
21 Data from 2013
22 Data from 2014
23 Data from 2015
24 Includes a one-time honorarium of $55,000
25 Data from 2017