Nauseef, a former Dayton-area entrepreneur and former leader of the Dayton Development Coalition, started with JobsOhio early in 2019.
According to JobsOhio’s most recent fiscal year quarterly financial statement, the nonprofit paid $3.98 million in salaries and benefits in the three months ending Sept. 30, 2020, up from nearly $3.44 million in the same period in 2019.
Nauseef made $274,402.67 in 2019. His predecessor at JobsOhio, John Minor Jr., was paid $621,322 in 2018.
JobsOhio also released its annual report this week, showing that the corporation supported 307 projects that created 19,021 new jobs, $1 billion in new payroll, with $7.8 billion in capital investments.
The nonprofit also invested up to $250 million in COVID response programs.
“The CEO pay was adjusted and is now similar to the compensation of other CEOs of private economic development organizations including the Cleveland Foundation; the Columbus Partnership; the Ohio Capital Corporation for Public Housing; large city chambers of commerce; and more,” JobsOhio spokesman Matt Englehart said Tuesday.
JobsOhio’s 2020 salaries (”local wages”) can be seen in the Form 990 filed on its web site: https://www.jobsohio.com/news/posts/2020-wages-2019-irs-form-990/
Salaries for other top JobsOhio executives:
- Dana Saucier, vice president, economic development: $428,697.54.
- Brian Fause, chief financial officer: $348,755.58.
- Kristi Tanner, JobsOhio senior managing director — who played a pivotal role in persuading Chinese industrialist Cho Tak Wong, chairman of Fuyao Global, to build Fuyao Glass America in Moraine in 2014 — made $312,939.89.
- Terry Slaybaugh, once the city of Dayton’s aviation director, now JobsOhio vice president of sites and infrastructure, made $257,490.27.