Research & Reports

2023 I/DD CEO Compensation Study

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This groundbreaking CEO compensation study is the first undertaking of its kind, in that it is both national in scope and specific to I/DD service providers.

This publication is the first-ever CEO compensation study focused solely on intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) service providers. The study provides valuable insights into the compensation of executives in our field and enables us to better understand how I/DD providers compare to other organizations in similar industries. 

The survey garnered responses from more than 400 CEOs of organizations providing services to people with I/DD. The data comprises a variety of geographies nationwide, organization types (nonprofit, private/public for-profit, local government), revenue sizes, and number of FTEs.

By accessing the report, you’ll be able to dive deep into data highlighting industry-specific trends, including:
  • Overall compensation trends among different segments of I/DD agency executives
  • The most- and least-commonly offered benefits to agency CEOs
  • Disparities between subgroups, including between men and women, as well as for-profit and nonprofit organizations
  • The factors that CEOs identified they are most commonly evaluated on in their annual performance reviews
  • And more

ANCOR is incredibly pleased to offer this resource specific to the I/DD field, and we hope that by purchasing your copy, you will feel more empowered to benchmark your organization’s executive salaries as we seek to attract and retain the best leaders for our field.

Important note: To complete your purchase, simply click on the link below and log into our site. (If you are not automatically prompted to do so, click on the “My Account” button in the top right corner of the page, which should direct you to the login screen.) You don’t need a discount code—once you are logged in, our system will recognize if you participated in the study, and/or if you are an ANCOR member.

Access the 2023 CEO Compensation Study