Oregon Education Association’s Finances

The income figures for the Oregon Education Association are a bit skewed due to the nearly $1.7 million it received in attorney fee awards in 2014 after a lawsuit settlement. Still, OEA is a relatively strong state affiliate, though it continues to have a contentious relationship with its own employees.

Total membership – 40,637, up 261 members

Total revenue – $24 million (77.1% came from member dues), up $2.4 million

Surplus – $2.5 million

Net assets – $21.1 million

Total staff – 132

Staff salaries and benefits – $14 million

Highest paid employee – Hanna Vaandering, president – $190,759 base salary

Highest paid contractorMcKanna Bishop Joffe – $581,740