Republican Jewish Coalition

Location: Washington, DC

Category: Advocacy or Public Service

Matthew Brooks

Executive Director

The Republican Jewish Coalition is a conservative lobbyist group representing American Jewish Republicans. The organization, founded in 1985, focuses on an array of global policy, social, and civil rights issues. The RJC takes a supportive stance towards Israel.

Matthew Brooks has served as executive director of the Republican Jewish Coalition since 1990. His conservative political activism dates back to his college years, when he served as the state chairman of the Massachusetts College Republicans while at Brandeis University. He became political director of the RJC in 1988. In addition to his role as executive director of the RJC, he presently serves as the organization’s spokesperson and as the director of the Jewish Policy Center, a conservative Jewish think tank that researches and publishes reports on public policy.

2013

Institution Revenue: $3,022,405

Institution Total Expenses: $3,062,340

Employees: 17

Salary: $562,73120

Overpaid by: 154%

2012

Institution Total Expenses: $10,037,372

Employees: 17

Salary: $563,37220

Overpaid by: 93%

2011

Institution Total Expenses: $3,143,053

Employees: 17

Salary: $525,59620

2010

Institution Total Expenses: $12,409,886

Salary: $508,000

2009

Salary: $461,070

2008

Salary: $328,0667

  • 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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