We have made terrific strides in some areas of Jewish communal life towards equality, but hiring women at senior levels isn’t one of them.
If women are not seen as credible authorities, it is no wonder that they are not acknowledged as leaders.
Letter: As a lesbian rabbi and leader of the Reconstructionist movement, the gender gap at Jewish non-profits is profoundly familiar to me.
The preeminent Jewish environmental organization seems to be doing well in financial terms.
CEO Dov Ben-Shimon made $352,236 last year, among other findings.
AJC Executive Director David Harris made $539,016 in 2016, among other findings.
Washington Jewish Federation CEO Gil Preuss’ predecessor made $487,450 in 2016, among other findings.
CFO-turned-CEO Jeffrey Cooper has managed the organization’s finances quite well.
President Steven Nasatir made $564k last year, among other findings.
Alan Kadish became Touro College’s second president after founder Bernard Lander passed away in February 2010.