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PRIVILEGED and CONFIDENTIAL info from UO Foundation reveals huge raises for CEO Paul Weinhold, CFO Kelly Bosch

Thanks to an anonymous UOF Board member for suggesting I post this info.

From 2022 to 2023, UO Foundation CEO Paul (Ronald) Weinhold’s pay increased 23%, to $642,673. CFO Kelly Bosch’s pay increased $54%, to $317,846.

From 2013 to 2023, Weinhold’s pay increased by 101%. The pay for the average UO faculty member increased from $89,900 to $122,900, or 35%.

This money comes from an annual tax that the Foundation charges on the value of endowment gifts.

Weinhold also has a second job as Chairman of the Board at Summit Bank, where he recently appointed UO’s VP for Finance Jamie Moffitt as a board member. Summit is privately held, so no info on how much they make from these second jobs.

This of course is not “PRIVILEGED and CONFIDENTIAL” information, despite the Foundation’s scary words below. It comes from the IRS 990 forms that the Foundation is required to provide to anyone who asks, and which Propublico eventually posts here. Many not-for-profits post these on their websites, but not Weinhold and Bosch – who also run out the allowable extensions, so that the numbers for the fiscal year that ended June 30 will not be public until May 15 2015. I’ve posted the 2023 reports here and here.

From: “Kelly Bosch (UO Foundation Accounting Department)” <[email protected]>
Subject: RE: IRS 990 request [Request updated: #80355]
Date: July 9, 2024 at 7:51:58 AM PDT
To: Bill Harbaugh <[email protected]>
Reply-To: UO Foundation Accounting Department <[email protected]>
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