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.
Hadassah CEO Janice Weinmann made $409,818 last year, among other findings.
Birthright President Izzy Tapoohi’s predecessor made $609,056 in 2016, among other findings.
AJC Executive Director David Harris made $539,016 in 2016, among other findings.
Jacob Solomon made $519,436 in 2016, among other findings.
JFNA designates 16 of the largest federations in a special category. Here’s how their executive pay stacks up.
CFO-turned-CEO Jeffrey Cooper has managed the organization’s finances quite well.
The Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations brought in $2.9 million in 2016. Their executive vice chairman pocketed $452,693 of that.