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CEO of USA Track & Field Accused Of Wildly Excessive Spending

Max Siegel, CEO of USA Track and Field, is enjoying first class travel, private jets, luxury hotels, and $1.7million in compensation—seven times what an average CEO at a similarly sized nonprofit makes—according to the Washington Post. This is all part of a “culture change” he and USATF board members implemented, according to USATF chief marking officer Jill Geer. Read more...
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