When you think of charity, the words giving, compassion, and selflessness are just a few that may come to mind. But what about millionaire? Well, probably not.
It is a fact that there are a number of CEOs of charitable and humanitarian organizations that earned over $1 million in 2012, including Peter C. Marzio of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Ralph W. Muller of the University of Pennsylvania Health System/Penn Medicine, and Jonathan W. Simons of the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
If you’ve ever wondered just how much someone could earn as head of a successful charity, check out the infographic below that outlines the top charities in several categories, how influential they are, and yes, how much their CEOs earned in the last year.
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