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Genital Autonomy – America – The Intactivist Circle

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Genital Autonomy – America

Genital Autonomy America

Stated Mission

“To promote and preserve the health and wellbeing of all infants and children by educating and advocating to protect them from genital cutting and other violations of their sexual characteristics and development.

To promote the rights of all infants and children to bodily integrity and protection from harmful traditional practices by advancing public and professional awareness of the human rights of children and to encourage others to advocate for those same rights.”


Legal Name

Genital Autonomy – America

Year Founded  1984

Year Incorporated  1986

Year Granted Tax-Exempt Status  1987

EIN  68-0105441

Executive Director  Marilyn Milos, RN  email

Board of Directors
Marilyn Milos, RN
Kate Edmiston, AAS, CMT
Sheila Curran, RN
James L. Snyder, MD, FACS



Latest Reporting Year  2018

Revenue  $ 49,893

Expenses  $ 149,420

Assets  $ 99,783

Compensation Paid to Executive Director  $ 60,000

 GuideStar Report

 Charity Navigator Report

 ProPublica Report

Executive Compensation

Marilyn Milos' reported compensation has exceeded donations in the last 4 years.

Donations, Expenses, and Assets

Net deficits were $99,527 in 2018, $127,544 in 2017, $102,814 in 2016 and $145,381 in 2015.

Government Filings

IRS 990 Tax Returns

Guide-to-Giving Survey Results

On July 27th, 2018, Marilyn Milos declined our request to complete the Guide to Giving survey.

Notes and Analysis

Explanatory Notes

This corporation changed its name from the "National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers" to "Genital Autonomy – America" in January 2016.

Guide To Giving Analysis

•  Marilyn Milos' reported compensation has exceeded donations in the last 4 years.
•  Her reported compensation was $104,000 in 2015, $80,000 in 2016, $75,000 in 2017, and $60,000 in 2018.
•  She claimed a bonus in 2015 of $77,300 "for work that was not compensated for since inception of the corporation." See the Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report filed in May, 2016.
•  Expense deficits were $99,527 in 2018, $127,544 in 2017, $102,814 in 2016, and $145,381 in 2015.

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