Guidestar's annual report shows women in nonprofit sector earn less than men; the larger (or wealthier) the organization, the bigger the gap.

"Women's median pay in the nonprofit sphere remains far lower than that of men in analogous positions—this is news to no one by now. More strikingly, though, the gap only gets worse as the organization gets bigger—or wealthier. According to new data from GuideStar's annual Nonprofit Compensation Report, female CEOs are paid 9 percent less than men at organizations with budgets not exceeding $250,000. Raise the budget, though, and the disparity balloons to a 21 percent gap at organizations with budgets between $5 million and $10 million." -- Zach Schonfeld, the Atlantic Wire