Team

Knowledgeable, responsive specialists,
focused on the nonprofit sector.

VERONIKA BORDAS

Survey & Research

Veronika Bordas is the head of Quatt Associates’ survey and research practice, leading the firm’s major surveys, commissioned specialty surveys, upward feedback and board assessment surveys, and research projects. In addition, Veronika works closely with clients to design, implement, conduct, and publish various custom compensation surveys. She is also involved in all phases of Quatt Associates’ practice, including compensation analysis and market pricing. As head of the research practice, Veronika drives Quatt Associates’ knowledge and resource development, designing analyses, reports, and tools for assessing nonprofit compensation trends. Veronika is also published in the journal “Taxation of Exempts” on legal issues related to nonprofit compensation.

Veronika graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard College, and earned a J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law. She resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband.

IN THE MEDIA
Compensation Trends Discussion with Professional Associations

Veronika Bordas and Simon Quint presented on compensation trends from the recently-released Quatt Professional Association Compensation Survey to a group of professional associations.
May 17, 2019

Compensation Discussion with Higher Education Associations

Veronika Bordas and Charlie Quatt presented to the Washington Higher Education Secretariat’s higher education association membership on compensation and benefits trends from the recently-released WHES Compensation Survey conducted by Quatt.
Monthly WHES Meeting
May 7, 2019

Compensation Discussion with NYC Nonprofits

Veronika Bordas and James Wynn presented to the members of HRPANO, an association of human resources professionals in New York City, on compensation and benefits trends from the recently-released member compensation and benefits survey conducted by Quatt.
Monthly HRPANO Meeting
April 18, 2019

Rewarding and Retaining Nonprofit Executives through Incentive Plans

Veronika Bordas and Simon Quint published an article on key considerations in establishing incentive plans for nonprofits in the December 7, 2018 issue of Bloomberg Tax’s Tax Management – Compensation Planning Journal.
Read more here
December 7, 2018

NeighborWorks: Strategically Attracting And Retaining CDFI Staff

Veronika Bordas and Judith Stein share trends from a recent compensation survey Quatt conducted and discuss topics in CDFI staff retention.
NeighborWorks Executive Symposium Session
March 14, 2018

Compensation Discussion with NYC Cultural Institutions

Veronika Bordas, Charlie Quatt, and Brian Vogel presented to the New York Cultural Institution Human Resources Group on compensation trends in their sector based on results from the recently-released Museum & Cultural Institution Compensation Survey.
NYC-IHRG Meeting
January 2018

A 'Reasonable' Investment - Compensating Executives Within Legal Bounds

Veronika Bordas, Brian Vogel, and James Wynn published an article on legal issues related to compensation in the nonprofit sector in the September/October issue of the journal “Taxation of Exempts.”
Read more here
September 2015