I got a look at tax forms submitted to the Internal Revenue Service from Komen for the Cure. This “990″ document — Form 8453-EO –requires charitable organizations to show the salaries of the directors and senior managers of the organization in the year 2010.
The first nine members of the board earned no salary and no compensation of any kind.
The Nancy G. Brinker earned $417,171 to serve as a board member and CEO. She also earned a space $541 in other compensation.
Including Brinker, Komen has 18 people who earn above $100,000. Six earn more than $200,000, including former CEO and president Hala Moddelmog, who earned $277,000 despite working no hours.
Elizabeth Thompson and Katrina McGhee — the former president and executive vice president, respectively — earned $216,000 each. Thompson was compensated $16,177 and McGhee was compensated $12,204.
Mark Nadolny, chief financial officer, earned $277,000 and was compensated $17,280.
Jonathan Blum, general counsel and secretary, earned $210,269 and was compensated $22,124.
Justin Ricketts, CIO, earned $209,541. and was compensated $17,213.
Thanks to Jonathan Ahl for hooking me up with the document.
And here is a more polished document: Komen’s financial papers: