Executive Compensation at Public Colleges, 2013 Fiscal Year
"The average public college president made just under $479,000 in 2012-13 - 5 percent more than the previous year - and nine raked in upwards of $1 million, according to an annual analysis by The Chronicle of Higher Education. "The million-dollar college presidency, which was unheard of at public colleges less than a decade ago, is becoming increasingly common at top-tier institutions," Jack Stripling and Sara Hebel write. The average base salary (which doesn't include bonuses, deferred compensation, and retirement and severance pay that tack extra dollars onto paychecks) was $403,496, a 1 percent increase over last year. Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee, Texas A&M University at College Station President R. Bowen Loftin, and North Dakota University System President Hamid A. Shirvani were the highest-paid public presidents last year. However, Gee made the most by far: more than $6 million." - Politico Morning Education
People on this list have the most positions in the following organizations.


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Company People
Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation John Morgan, Joseph A DiPietro
Greater MSP Steven J Rosenstone, Eric W Kaler
ConocoPhillips David L Boren
Goldman Sachs Patrick Harker
Johnson & Johnson Mary Sue Coleman

Government Bodies

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Govt Body People
US House of Representatives Marty Meehan, Glenn Poshard
National Security Higher Education Advisory Board Linda Katehi, Bernard Machen
University of Texas System Mark Yudof, Francisco G Cigarroa
Board for International Food and Agricultural Development Brady J Deaton, Robert Easter
US Senate David L Boren

Other Organizations

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences Mary Sue Coleman, Mark Yudof, Linda Katehi, Dr. Michael V. Drake
Council on Competitiveness Mark Yudof, Charles W Steger, Gene D Block, Luis M Proenza
Association of American Universities Mary Sue Coleman, Mark A Nordenberg, Gene D Block, William C Powers
Democratic Party Marty Meehan, Glenn Poshard, David L Boren
Committee for Economic Development Diana S Natalicio, William E Kirwan, E Gordon Gee