Executive Compensation at Save the Children
Save the Children – the Fairfield, Connecticut-based non-profit in the US – is formally known as Save The Children Federation, Inc. and is part of the Save the Children Alliance (a group of 30 Save the Children groups throughout the world that also support Save the Children International). Established in 1932, Save the Children is a 501 (c) (3) and one of the most well-known charities in the world.
In 2017, the organization raised $760 million (including $322 million in government grants and contributions) – $108 million more than the previous year – and spent $720 million primarily on grants ($528 million), staff compensation and benefits ($103 million), fees for services ($41 million), and office-related expenses ($19 million).
The remaining $40 million (the difference between the revenue reported and the revenue spent) was retained by the organization, contributing to the increase in net fixed assets to $241 million at year end.
Save the Children reported having 1,639 employees in 2017. With total compensation costs of $103 million, the average compensation package was $63,000 although 231 individuals received more than $100,000 in total compensation.
The 20 most highly compensated individuals were reported to be:
- $540,883: Carolyn S Miles, President and CEO
- $404,737: Carlos Carrazana, EVP and COO
- $349,875: Sumeet Seam, VP and General Counsel
- $338,463: Stacy Brandom, VP and CFO
- $307,673: Michael Klosson, VP Policy and Humanitarian Relief
- $306,082: Nancy A Taussig, VP Resource Development
- $301,709: Diana K Myers, VP International Programs
- $278,659: Janine L Scolpino, Associate VP, Mass Market Fund
- $256,347: Gregory A Ramm, VP Humanitarian Response
- $250,847: Brian White, VP Deputy General Counsel and CCO
- $248,423: Robert M Clay, VP
- $231,989: Daniel Stoner, AVP Education and Child Development
- $227,535: Dana L Langham, Associate VP, Chief Corp Development
- $213,491: Mark Shriver, SVP, US Programs (as of 8/17) plus $182,915 from a related organization
- $201,460: Kenneth G Murdoch, VP IT and Building OP (end 6/17)
- $195,754: William Corwin, Sr VP, US Programs (2/17-8/17)
- $190,167: Phillip DiSanto, VP IT and Building OP (as of 5/17)
- $161,943: Andrea Williamson, Corporate Secretary
- $153,622: Debbie Pollock-Berry, VP and Chief of HR (as of 6/17)
- $150,466: Susan E Ridge, VP Marketing and Communications (end 6/17)
Of the 20 most highly compensated individuals, 11 are men and 9 are women. Of the 10 most highly compensated individuals, 5 are men and 5 are women.
To read the IRS Form 990 (2017), click here.