Not Happy at Nonprofits
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Time spent with the board
Judging by the survey results, EDs are most satisfied with their boards of directors if they spend five to 10 hours a month with the boards. Of those EDs who spent less than five hours a month with their board, 56 percent said they’re “not at all satisfied.”
What energizes you on the job?
Most EDs say they prefer working with partners, managing programs and advocating for their organization’s mission. After all, that’s why they came to nonprofit work. They’re less excited about actually running the organization day to day.
Executive Directors' Annual Compensation
Nearly three-fourths of Hawaii EDs make less than $100,000 a year, similar to national numbers even though Hawaii’s cost of living far exceeds the national average.
Who are our NonProfit Leaders?
Highest Education Level Completed
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