Report: Racial inequity, gender pay gaps common at N.J. nonprofits

Report: Racial inequity, gender pay gaps common at N.J. nonprofits

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New Jersey’s nonprofits lack racial diversity and frequently pay high-level women employees less than their male counterparts, according to a report released Friday.

“There’s enough information here that is pretty telling and, in some cases, pretty disturbing,” said Linda Czipo, president and CEO of the Mercerville-based Center for Non-Profits.

The survey of 204 nonprofit organizations in New Jersey found that 79% of chief executives and board members were white, compared with 64% of nonprofit personnel overall. Despite that, the racial composition of nonprofits was still more diverse than the overall state adult population.

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