Florida report cites non-profits paying executives too much
As reported by the Miami Herald, a Hialeah mental health center, the lead foster care provider in Tampa and agencies that provide child welfare services in Sarasota and mental health services in Pensacola are among the nine nonprofit organizations spending millions compensating executives above the limits allowed by state law. The agency leaders listed in the preliminary report from the governor’s Office of Inspector General include:
L. David Dennis, CEO of Eckerd Youth Alternatives in Clearwater.
Mario Jardon, president and CEO of Hialeah-based Citrus Health Network.
Michael Watkins, CEO of Big Bend Community Based Care in Tallahassee.
M. Allison Hill, CEO of Pensacola-based Lakeview Center.
Glen Casel, CEO of Embrace Families Community Based Care in Orlando.
James Carlson, CEO at Community Based Care of Brevard in Melbourne.
Laura Gilbert, CEO of Safe Children Coalition Inc. in Sarasota.
Robert Miller, CEO of Family Support Services of North Florida in Yulee.