scorecardUSA Track and Field CEO earned $3.8 million last year, equal to 11% of all revenue for the non-profit, tax docs show
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USA Track and Field CEO earned $3.8 million last year, equal to 11% of all revenue for the non-profit, tax docs show

Cork Gaines   

USA Track and Field CEO earned $3.8 million last year, equal to 11% of all revenue for the non-profit, tax docs show
LifeInternational1 min read
  • Max Siegel made $3.8 million in 2021, nearly triple his earnings from the year before.
  • More than half of the money paid to USATF's 80-plus employees went to the top two executives.

USA Track & Field released its annual tax document, and the amount of money that went to its CEO is raising eyebrows.

According to the organization's Form 990, a document that must be made public by non-profits, Max Siegel made $3.8 million in 2021. That represents 11.3% of the $33.6 million in revenue for the entire organization.

His earnings also represent 39.2% of the total salaries and compensation paid to all employees ($9.7 million). According to Runner's World, the USATF employs 82 people.

In addition, COO Renee Washington made $1.6 million last year. Together, Siegel and Washington represent 16.1% of total revenue and 55.7% of all salaries and compensation.

According to the USATF, top (Tier 1) athletes are given a $10,000 annual stipend and $2,000 in medical compensation.




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