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Salary Survey 2017: Daniel Mariaschin Of B’nai Brith International

B’nai Brith International

Location: New York, NY

Category: Advocacy or Public Service

Daniel Mariaschin

Executive VP

B’nai B’rith International is a Jewish service organization that supports charitable causes, human rights and Jewish continuity. Founded in 1843, the organization is the oldest of its kind still operating today. At the time of its founding, the organization was made up of fraternal lodges, common in that era. Today, however, the 200,000-member-strong organization is funded through membership and dues. B’nai B’rith has been visible in the wake of number of major natural disasters in recent years, including during cleanup efforts after Hurricane Sandy and after the earthquake in Haiti. It also offers awards to those deemed worthy of special recognition, primarily for their activities in the Jewish community.

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Daniel Mariaschin presently serves as B’nai B’rith International’s executive vice president, as well as director of its Center for Human Rights and Public Policy. His leadership in Jewish institutions goes back many decades. In 1973, he worked as a community relations associate for the Jewish Community Council of Boston, and several years later became director of the New England office of the American Zionist Federation and Zionist House in Boston. He joined the Anti-Defamation League in 1977, which was at the time a part of B’nai B’rith, and served as director of its national leadership division from 1979 to 1986. He also worked as a director for American Israel Public Affairs Committee.


Institution Revenue: $6,379,590

Institution Total Expenses: $7,379,358

Employees: 37

Salary: $405,708


Institution Revenue: $10,231,842

Institution Total Expenses: $7,491,633

Employees: 150

Salary: $383,505

Overpaid by: 20%

For information on previous years, see here.

For information on other Jewish nonprofits, see here.

For information on other Jewish advocacy and public service leaders, see here.

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

12 Annualized

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





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