Florida nonprofit's CEO given millions in paid time off


February 23, 2020

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The president of a nonprofit domestic abuse agency was twice given more annual paid days off than there are days in a year, figures that baffled House members during a hearing Monday on exorbitant spending at the agency.

Former Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence president and CEO Tiffany Carr was given 465 days of paid time off in the fiscal year that began in 2017 and 620 days of paid time off the next fiscal year, according to testimony during a hearing held by the House Public Integrity and Ethics Commission hearing.

Committee members grilled the curre...

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