Nancy G. Brinker speaks during a Komen foundation Race for the Cure in June 2012 in Washington, D.C. (Kris Connor / Getty Images)


Komen CEO Denies Raise

Salary had angered some as races are canceled.

Despite that sources close to the Susan G. Komen foundation are saying that CEO Nancy Brinker got a 64 percent raise, Brinker continues to insist that this is not true. The controversy started in early 2012, when the foundation announced that it would stop funding breast-cancer screenings at Planned Parenthood—which spurred a firestorm of protests. Brinker then reversed the decision and announced that she was resigning in August 2012. However, she still holds her position and makes $684,000 a year, according to tax filings. “This pay package is way outside the norm,” said Ken Berger, the president and CEO of Charity Navigator. A Komen spokesperson said the search continues for Brinker’s replacement.

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