For charities to be successful, they need talented, experienced leaders. Those leaders command significant compensation. But highly compensated CEOs should also get the most out of the organizations they lead. The leaders of these 10 organizations all have compensation above $200,000 and are among the highest-paid executives of all charities of a similar size. Yet their organizations have very low overall ratings on Charity Navigator - either 1 star or zero stars.
|2||BIO Ventures for Global Health||$462,868|
|3||Caucus Educational Corporation||$459,720|
|4||Institute for Student Achievement (ISA)||$416,962|
|6||B'nai B'rith International||$348,242|
|7||American Center for Law and Justice - District of Columbia||$255,485|
|9||Institute for the Analysis of Global Security||$220,000|
|10||Thomas More Law Center||$217,143|