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Posts tagged ‘Stephanie Carmody’

17
Apr

Executive Compensation at the American Humane Association (2018)

The American Humane Association (AHA) is a charitable non-profit 501 (c) 3 that paid nearly $600,000 in compensation to its Chief Executive Officer, Robin Ganzert AND paid for first class domestic travel for her and the board members (there are 14) in 2018-2019.

AHA is a tax-exempt organization that raised $19 million ($12 million in contributions, $4 million from certifications – movie and television sets, farms, and slaughterhouses, $2 million in royalties, and $1 million from broadcast rights and event fees) in 2018-2019 and whose net fund assets were $18 million at year-end. Read more »

24
Mar

Executive Compensation at the American Humane Association (2017)

The American Humane Association (AHA) is a charitable non-profit 501 (c) 3 that paid more than $500,000 in compensation to its Chief Executive Officer, Robin Ganzert AND paid for first class domestic travel for the board members (there are 14) and the Chief Executive Officer in 2017.  And, this is an organization that raised $19 million ($13 million in contributions, $4 million from certifications – movie and television sets, farms, slaughterhouses, etc, and $2 million in royalties) in 2017 and $16 million the year before; and whose net fund assets were $17 million at year-end 2017. In other words, AHA is a relatively small non-profit with a modest endowment. Read more »

23
Feb

Executive Compensation at the American Humane Association

The American Humane Association (AHA) is “committed to ensuring the safety, welfare, and well-being of animals through many programs including:  

  1. Certifying the safety of animals on film sites through their No Animals Were Harmed certification program;
  2. Certifying the humane treatment of animals in North America food production through the American Humane Certified Farm Animal Welfare Program (Note: how slaughter and humane can be used together is disturbing);
  3. Certifying zoos, aquariums, and conservation centers;
  4. Humane intervention providing emergency field response and community outreach;
  5. Reuniting dogs with their military handlers (2 in 2016);
  6. Helping veterans to obtain service dogs (34 in 2016); and
  7. Providing free healthcare to dogs that have served the country (12 in 2016).

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