Wrighton was Washington University’s highest-paid employee during the year ending in June 2020, reporting over $2.8 million in compensation according to the University’s form 990, and will take a sabbatical while leading GWU, Washington University announced in The Source Friday afternoon.
Washington University announced the creation of a faculty group to generate conversation on the Better Together campaign last week.
The 2020 elections are, admittedly, a long way away. But that hasn’t stopped politicians from declaring their candidacy for president. Here in Missouri, it hasn’t stopped the Better Together movement either.
Chancellor Wrighton will be the campaign chairman of an effort to merge St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis into one metro city as proposed by Better Together, a nonprofit organization.
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