Sometimes, everything old is new again. Nonetheless, we were startled to find out that the wage gap between male and female nonprofit Executive Directors and CEO’s got worse in 2018, in spite of some progress in 2017. In this years’s Compensation + Benefits Survey, the gap had risen to a difference of about $30K annually – a big jump. This is despite the fact that 67% of ED’s and CEO’s are female. We’re curious about this trend, since the nonprofit workforce is 70% women, and especially light of all the activity around female leaders speaking out. Weigh in! Talk to us on our social media channels: we’d like to hear your opinion on how to reduce that gap. This is only one of the illuminating facts from this year’s survey.