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What United Way CEOs get paid

What United Way CEOs get paid

Agencies ranked by salaries and bonus; benefits vary greatly

Agency

Location

President

Salary & Bonus

Benefits

Expenses

Revenue

1

New York City{+2}

New York, NY

Lawrence Mandell***

429,419

14,229

0

112,131,179

2

Southeastern Michigan{+3}

Detroit, MI

Michael J. Brennan

372,484

23,425

0

68,186,728

3

Miami-Dade {+2}

Miami, FL

Harve Mogul

369,356

34,285

1,500

63,684,346

4

Central Carolinas {+1}

Charlotte

Gloria Pace King

365,000

822,507*

35,862

44,189,562

5

Metropolitan Atlanta {+2}

Atlanta, GA

Mark O'Connell

352,611

14,361**

22,500

100,946,621

6

Metropolitan Dallas {+2}

Dallas, TX

Gary Godsey

320,139

34,593

7,200

49,300,697

7

Massachusetts Bay {+1}

Boston, MA

Milton J. Little

313,300

31,351

0

53,041,400

8

San Antonio and Bexar County {+1}

San Antonio, TX

Howard J. Nolan

294,033

82,083

0

35,274,425

9

Los Angeles {+1}

Los Angeles, CA

Elise Buik

291,669

6,600

0

58,504,016

10

Greater Cincinnati {+4}

Cincinnati, OH

Robert Reifsnyder

291,448

22,340

5,534

64,464,428

11

Central Maryland {+2}

Baltimore, MD

Larry E. Walton

283,404

50,858

7,019

41,145,674

12

Greater Twin Cities {+4}

Minneapolis, MN

Lauren A. Segal

264,540

76,370

0

88,555,767

13

Tarrant County {+3}

Fort Worth, TX

Tim Carter

263,100

65,474

0

28,874,321

14

Metropolitan Central Alabama {+4}

Birmingham, AL

Dan Dunne

258,453

30,527

7,436

58,104,207

15

Orange County {+1}

Irvine, CA

Maria Chavez Wilcox

256,083

22,548

5,704

26,611,727

16

Greater St. Louis {+1}

St. Louis, MO

Gary C. Dollar

254,487

75,826

4,732

67,362,347

17

Central Ohio {+3}

Columbus, OH

Janet Jackson

246,244

88,429

10,106

54,490,141

18

Greater New Orleans {+4}

New Orleans, LA

G. Gary Ostroske

244,161

36,348

1,475

26,481,384

19

Midlands, Nebraska {+4}

Omaha, NE

Michael McLarney

232,700

31,980

8,092

20,315,400

20

King County {+1}

Seattle, WA

Jonathan Fine

231,695

34,321

4,248

132,076,582

21

Greater Cleveland {+4}

Cleveland, OH

K. Michael Benz

231,640

39,509

8,571

44,908,796

22

Mid-South {+4}

Memphis, TN

Harry Shaw

231,636

58,130

0

31,192,926

23

Southeastern Pennsylvania {+2}

Philadelphia, PA

Alba Martinez

219,653

25,081

12,000

54,132,473

24

Bay Area {+2}

San Francisco, CA

Anne Wilson

218,000

15,753

6,878

39,682,036

25

Triangle {+4}

Morrisville, NC

Craig Chancellor

215,454

27,972

12,009

22,579,797

26

Forsyth County {+1}

Winston-Salem

Ronald J. Drago

208,865

31,470

0

19,088,896

27

Middle Tennessee {+4}

Nashville, TN

Mark H. Desmond

174,945

26,683

6,000

26,139,906

28

Mile High {+2}

Denver, CO

Michael K. Durkin***

160,136

94,336

6,000

26,817,003

29

Central Indiana {+1}

Indianapolis, IN

Ellen K. Annala

160,000

45,899

600

69,842,910

30

Metro {+5}

Louisville, KY

Joe Tolan

151,241

18,970

1,013

29,353,791

31

Heart of West Michigan {+1}

Grand Rapids, MI

Robert Haight

127,522

26,492

4,022

17,150,701

Key:

*Includes 18 months of payments. Board has said the large payment was needed to make up for short payments in earlier years. King received $108,590 in 2006; **Received a $1.6 million retirement payment in 2007; *** left agency in 2007; {+1} from 7/1/06 to 6/30/07; {+2} from 7/1/05 to 6/30/06; {+3} from 4/1/06 to 3/31/07; {+4} during 2006 calendar year; {+5} from 5/1/06 to 4/30/07

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