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Jan

Executive Compensation at Memorial Hermann Health (Texas)

Memorial Hermann Health System (MHHS) is a Houston-based tax-exempt, non-profit healthcare provider with more than 29,000 employees and 6,000 physicians that serve in 17 hospitals (14 that the organization owns and 3 in which they have joint ventures) and nearly 300 care delivery sites in the Houston, Texas metropolitan area.

MHHS consists of many organizations (non-profits, corporations, trusts, and partnerships) but for the purpose of this post, the executive compensation reported on MHHS – a 501 (c) (3) – is addressed. Read more »

9
Jan

Me and Carl Rove

I never thought I would have anything in common with Carl Rove, a man born on Christmas Day who declared himself a Republican during his teenage years.  It’s not that I have anything against Republicans; I’m actually fiscally conservative and all for personal responsibility (I still don’t understand why Republicans don’t support mandatory health insurance) but Carl Rove was a persona non grata in my book after he allegedly leaked the identity of Valerie Plame as a CIA operative in retaliation against her husband, Joseph Wilson after he wrote an op-ed in the New York Times criticizing the Bush administration and the Iraq War. Read more »

7
Jan

Executive Compensation at Harlem Children’s Zone (2020)

Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) was initially established in 1970 as the Rheedlen Centers for Children and Families, New York City’s first truancy prevention program. 21 years later in 1991, the organization took PS 194 and turned it into a community center for after school, weekend, and summer programs for children and families in the local Harlem neighborhood.

Today, HCZ provides free support (after school programs, parent workshops, preschool programs, health programs, and charter schools) to nearly 100 blocks in the Harlem neighborhood to keep kids on track through childhood, college, and the early job market. Read more »

5
Jan

Where Does $100 to Harlem Children’s Zone Go (2020)?

Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) was initially established in 1970 as the Rheedlen Centers for Children and Families, New York City’s first truancy prevention program. 21 years later in 1991, the organization took PS 194 and turned it into a community center for after school, weekend, and summer programs for children and families in the local Harlem neighborhood.

Today, HCZ provides free support (after school programs, parent workshops, preschool programs, health programs, and charter schools) to nearly 100 blocks in the Harlem neighborhood to keep kids on track through childhood, college, and the early job market. Read more »

3
Jan

Executive Compensation at the Robin Hood Foundation (2020)

The Robin Hood Foundation (RHF) – a 501 (c) (3) based in New York City – is an organization that primarily awards grants to organizations fighting poverty by providing food, shelter, and healthcare and by helping people lift themselves out of poverty. They do this primarily by awarding grants (in 2020, the organization collected $201 million in revenue and awarded $171 million in grants with the remaining $30 million spent on organization expenses.

In 2018, RHF had 133 employees who were compensated $22 million, which equates to an average compensation of $165,400. However, only 60 employees received more than $100,000 in compensation. The 15 most highly compensated individuals were: Read more »

1
Jan

Executive Compensation at the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA)

The Airline Pilots Association International (ALPA) is the largest airline pilot union in the world with more than 61,000 pilots from 38 US and Canadian airlines.  Based in McLean, Virginia, ALPA is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) (5) whose membership dues are approximately $3,600 annually (based on 1.9% of gross income which appears to be about $200,000 annually).

In 2019, ALPA reported total revenue of $235 million, most of which came from membership dues. Expenses totaled $178 million (including $3 million in depreciation) with the largest expense reported to be compensation.  378 employees received $72 million in compensation which equates to an average compensation of $190,000.  209 employees received more than $100,000 in compensation with the 27 most highly compensated reported to be: Read more »