11th Annual National Compensation Study

The number of women in chief executive officer positions at nonprofits is rising. Although men hold more positions in associations with larger revenues, women increasingly hold higher positions in associations with revenues of $3 million or more.
Since 1992, the share of women in executive positions within larger associations has increased from 7 percent to 14 percent. The pay equity gap among high-ranking men and women is evening as well: Women are compensated at 66 percent of what males make at nonprofits, 8 percentage points higher than the rate 10 years ago. 127 pages. $419. American Research Company, 10003 Robindale Court, Great Falls, VA 22066. (703) 759-3188,


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