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North Carolina Association of Educators’ Finances

Written By: Mike Antonucci   – Jan• 20•15

The North Carolina Association of Educators lost more than 12 percent of its membership in a single year, becoming another NEA dependency.

Total membership – 43,175, down 5,967

Total revenue – $8.3 million (83% came from member dues), down $1.5 million

Budget deficit – $350,000

Net assets – $4.5 million

Total staff – 85

Staff salaries and benefits – $5.9 million

Highest paid employee – Joyce Jarrett, associate executive director, $142,106 base salary

Highest paid contractor – None received more than $100,000

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