2016 Nonprofit Compensation Survey
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Recently, we sent out a request to participate in the Tennessee Nonprofit Compensation Study done in partnership with Watkins Uiberall, PLLC and our peer organizations across Tennessee.
Unfortunately, Watkins Uiberall just notified us that there has been a significant error with SurveyMonkey, and the data collected over the past month has been lost.
We know that many of you spent valuable time completing the survey, and Watkins Uiberall and ABN sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused. We would like to ask you to please complete the survey again so that we can provide this critical study to the sector. Here is the NEW link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Watkins2016
Include your organization in Watkins Uiberall's 9th annual benchmarking survey of nonprofits across the State of Tennessee and surrounding areas, used by organization leaders to assess key personnel salary and benefits statistics. All participants will receive a complimentary copy of the results and analysis.
In addition to Watkins Uiberall's continued partnership with GuideStar® this year, they have once again teamed up with the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence in Memphis, the Center of Nonprofits in Chattanooga, the Center for Nonprofit Management in Nashville, the East Tennessee Foundation and the Alliance for Better Nonprofits in Knoxville. As a result, the 2016 survey has received data and input from the nonprofit industry's most respected organizations in Tennessee.
CLICK HERE to participate in the survey. The deadline is January 31st!
To request a printed copy of the survey questionnaire by mail, please contact Kenna Cagle at 901.761.2720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tiffani Mensch is the Director of Community Engagement for ABN. With over a decade of experience in nonprofit education, community outreach, and fundraising, Tiffani is passionate about helping nonprofits achieve greater mission impact. Before joining ABN, she worked for the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, the University of Tennessee, and Girls Inc. of Santa Fe. She earned her master of arts degree from Rhode Island School of Design and a bachelor of fine arts degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. Tiffani currently serves on the board of trustees for Girls Inc. of Knoxville and is a peer reviewer for the Standards for Excellence Institute. She also volunteers with several local nonprofits.