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The Highest Paid CEOs in Charity
Highest Paid CEO: Steven E. Sanderson
Compensation for 2012: $787,747
Charity: Wildlife Conservation Society (Founded in 1895)
Mission: To save wildlife and wild places across the globe.
Total Expenses: $206,097,389
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Highest Paid CEO: Peter C. Marzio
Compensation for 2012: $1,633,495
Charity: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Founded in 1900)
Mission: To offer programs, tours, resources, and materials that teach and engage adults, children, educators, and students in the world of art.
Charities Total Expenses: $94,182,127
Highest Paid CEO: William R. Brody
Compensation for 2012: $841,193
Charity: Salk Institute for Biological Studies (Founded in 1960's)
Mission: Exploring the molecular basis of diseases makes curing them more likely. In an outstanding and unique environment we gather the foremost scientific minds in the world and give them the freedom to work collaboratively and think creatively.
Total Expenses: $110,985,382
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Highest Paid CEO: Mark R. Tercek
Compensation for 2012: $493,332
Charity: The Nature Conservancy (Founded in 1951)
Mission: To preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.
Total Expenses: $852,695,208
Highest Paid CEO: James E. Williams Jr.
Compensation for 2012: $787,300
Charity: Easter Seals, National HeadQuarters (Founded in 1934)
Mission: To maximize the independence of individuals with special needs by providing exceptional service in advocacy, therapy, education, recreation and support services.
Total Expenses: $93,452,900
Highest Paid CEO: Ralph W. Muller
Compensation for 2012: $2,000,180
Charity: University of Pennsylvania Health System/ Penn Medicine (Founded in 1765)
Mission: Creating the future of medicine through Patient Care and Service Excellence, Educational Pre-eminence, New Knowledge and Innovation, National and International Leadership.
Total Expenses: $4,686,679,000
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Highest Paid CEO: Richard Haass
Compensation for 2012: $879,591
Charity: Council on Foreign Relations (Founded in 1921)
Mission: A resource to better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries.
Total Expenses: $52,754,100
Highest Paid CEO: Jonathan W. Simons
Compensation for 2012: $1,204,968
Charity: Prostate Cancer Foundation (founded in 1993)
Mission: To improve knowledge, prevention and treatment of prostate cancer.
Total Expenses: $32,435,142
Highest Paid CEO: Mike Novak
Compensation for 2012: $500,450
Charity: Educational Media Foundation (Founded in 1979)
Mission: Help Christ-centered organizations earn the public's trust through developing and maintaining standards of accountability that convey God-honoring ethical practices.
Total Expenses: $70,466,349