Frank Brogan to get pay, benefits totaling $458K as chancellor
The Board of Governors, meeting in Tallahassee this morning, is expected to approve an annual salary and benefits package for new chancellor Frank Brogan that is similar to what he was making as president of Florida Atlantic University.
Under the proposal, Brogan's total package would be worth $458,198 - $41,845 more than what former Chancellor Mark Rosenberg received. Only $225,000 would come from state taxpayer dollars; the rest will be covered by the private, donation-supported BOG foundation.
Brogan's base salary would be $357,000 (Rosenberg's was $341,686). He would receive a $42,500 housing allowance and $15,000 for a vehicle, plus $37,727 in life insurance and $5,971 in disability insurance.
Brogan will start as chancellor on Sept. 14.