Bend The Arc

Location: New York, NY

Category: Advocacy or Public Service

Alan van Capelle

CEO

Bend the Arc, the nation’s largest Jewish social justice organization, advocates on a range economic and social justice issues, including workers’ rights, immigration reform and affordable housing. A product of the merger between the Jewish Funds for Justice and the Progressive Jewish Alliance, Bend the Arc has grown rapidly over the last eight years by merging or affiliating with several other Jewish social justice groups. Through its offices on the East and West Coasts, Bend the Arc organizes training programs for social justice activists and invests in needy neighborhoods.

Alan van Capelle joined Bend the Arc in 2012 as CEO after serving as deputy comptroller for the City of New York. In his previous role as deputy political director of SEIU Local 32BJ,, Van Capelle oversaw political operations for the nation’s largest building workers union. He also served as executive director of Empire State Pride Agenda, a leading New York gay rights advocacy group. Van Capelle has been named to the Forward 50 and the National Leadership Council’s “40 under 40” list.

2012

Institution Total Expenses: $7,711,648

Employees: 83

Salary: $220,00020

Underpaid by: 21%

2011

Institution Total Expenses: $6,007,281

Employees: 71

Salary: $209,0159

2010

Institution Total Expenses: $6,753,484

Salary: $180,5005

2009

Salary: $180,500

  • 1Interim head of organization
  • 2Data from 2012
  • 3Data from 2011
  • 4Data from 2010
  • 5Data from 2009
  • 6Data from 2008
  • 7Data from 2007
  • 8Includes payment from SWC Museum Corp.
  • 9Predecessor's salary
  • 10Partial year
  • 11Not a 501(c)3
  • 12Annualized
  • 13Position currently vacant
  • 14As per Form 990, JNF declined to comment
  • 15Base salary
  • 16Data from president-elect period
  • 172010 Employees
  • 18Legally exempt from public disclosure of salary
  • 19Highest paid professional, not CEO
  • 20Paid from two related organizations
  • 21Data from 2013
  • 22Data from 2014
  • 23Data from 2015
  • 24Includes a one-time honorarium of $55,000
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