Sharpton’s Nonprofit Nearly Doubles His Compensation

Sharpton’s Nonprofit Nearly Doubles His Compensation

November 21, 2022

Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN) has reportedly boosted his pay almost double and paid almost $1 million for trips on private jets for him and others, the New York Post reported on Saturday.

“The National Action Network paid Sharpton $348,174 in 2021 as its president and CEO and gave him a hefty bonus of $278,503 — plus $22,117 worth of benefits for total compensation of $648,794, its latest tax filing shows,” the Post reported. NAN also reportedly paid almost $1 million for trips in private jets and limousines.

His compensation in 2020 came to $347,183, which did not include a bonus. Sharpton reportedly received over $1 million from NAN in 2018, according to tax filings, and the organization additionally compensated several of his relatives as well. “His daughter, Dominique, got $78,670 for membership work; his daughter, Ashley, took in $59,950 for social media duties and consulting; and his niece, Nikki, received $15,800 for special events,” the Post article noted.

Race hustling — nice work if you can get it.

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