Executive Director, Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC)
Jacob Baime has close to two decades’ experience as a youth advocate and campus organizer. At ICC, he works with dedicated pro-Israel campus grassroots organizations, providing strategic support to strengthen their programs and outreach initiatives. It was while serving at ICC that Jacob Baime was awarded the JPRO Network Young Professionals award for an outstanding career as a pro-Israel public affairs professional.
Before ICC, Jacob Baime served as a national field director with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), managing the organization’s national training programs for college and high school students and delivering talks at campus workshops and conferences nationwide to garner support for AIPAC and stronger US-Israel ties. Mr. Baime also coordinated logistics at conferences attended by more than 1,500 participants, coached and mentored campus activists, and partnered with organizations such as Hillel, AEPi, and Chabad to establish recruitment pipelines for pro-Israel activists.
At the beginning of his career, Jacob Baime was a youth advocate for Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. He conducted youth advocacy training workshops in seven states and lobbied for U.S. Senate support for FDA regulation of tobacco products.
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Board Meeting Minutes. Minutes are taken at each board meeting.
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THERE ARE NO FORMAL COMMITTEE MINUTES. HOWEVER, ANY COMMITTEE DECISIONS OR ACTIONS ARE ULTIMATELY DISCUSSED AND PRESENTED TO THE FULL BOARD, WHICH DOES MAINTAIN MINUTES.
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|Conflict of Interest Policy. The organization has a conflict of interest policy.||T|
|Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest. Officers, directors, trustees, and key employees are required to disclose annually interests that could give rise to conflicts of interest policy.||T|
|Enforcement of Conflict of Interest Policy. The organization regularly and consistently enforces compliance with the conflict of interest policy.
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Whistleblower Policy. The organization has a written whistleblower policy.
|Document Retention and Destruction Policy. The organization has a written document retention and destruction policy.||T|
Process for Setting Salary of Senior Staff, Parts A. and B.:
COMPENSATION FOR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR IS DETERMINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, FOLLOWING INTERNAL DISCUSSION, ON AN ANNUAL BASIS IN A RECORDED VOTE THAT IS DOCUMENTED IN THE ORGANIZATION'S WRITTEN MINUTES. THE BOARD REVIEWED COMPENSATION FOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF COMPARABLE ORGANIZATIONS. THE MOST RECENT REVIEW OCCURRED IN AUGUST 2018.
|Part A. Process for Setting Salary of Top Management Official. The process for determining compensation of the CEO, Executive Director or other top management official includes a review and approval by independent persons, comparability data and contemporaneous substantiation of the deliberation and decision.||T|
|Part B. Process for Setting Salaries of Senior Employees. The process for determining compensation of senior officials includes a review and approval by independent persons, comparability data and contemporaneous substantiation of the deliberation and decision.||F|
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THE ISRAEL ON CAMPUS COALITION MAKES ITS GOVERNING DOCUMENTS, CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UPON REQUEST.
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|SENIOR STAFF COMPENSATION|
|End of fiscal year||Name||Title||Base salary||Comp. from related org.||Additional compensation|
|2020-06-30||JACOB BAIME||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR||232,551||0||17,125|
|2020-06-30||MIRIAM ELMAN||AEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR||176,361||0||498|
|2020-06-30||MEGAN NATHAN||MANAGING DIRECTOR||180,327||0||19,664|
|2020-06-30||BRANDON BEIGLER||NATIONAL FIELD DIRECTOR||127,328||0||11,907|
|2020-06-30||TOMER ELIAS||DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS||129,545||0||12,630|
|2020-06-30||IAN HERSH||CHIEF OF STAFF||132,346||0||8,090|
|2020-06-30||ETAIY SHISGAL||DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH||123,503||0||13,533|
|2019-06-30||JACOB BAIME||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR||223,939||0||17,844|
|2019-06-30||KENNETH A WALTZER||AEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR||148,406||0||6,364|
|2019-06-30||MEGAN NATHAN||MANAGING DIRECTOR||136,792||0||17,043|
|2019-06-30||ETAIY SHISGAL||DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH||114,590||0||13,969|
|2019-06-30||ADAM MASLIA||MANAGING DIRECTOR||111,518||0||9,940|
|2019-06-30||IAN TYLER HERSH||CHIEF OF STAFF||102,289||0||6,172|
|2018-06-30||JACOB D BAIME||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR||211,584||0||17,865|
|2018-06-30||ADAM S MASLIA||MANAGING DIRECTOR||142,285||0||13,782|
|2018-06-30||ETAIY SHISGAL||RESEARCH DIRECTOR||108,032||0||13,303|
|2018-06-30||KENNETH A WALTZER||AEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR||140,630||0||6,974|
|2018-06-30||JONAH A HEILMAN||TAMID EXE. DIR. (UNTIL 2/18)||128,251||0||29,574|
|2018-06-30||MEGAN NATHAN||COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR||107,496||0||9,274|
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