Hi all. As you can see, my spider eyes have been all over the USOC of late.
This is kind of a sloppy, crappy list; hard as I tried, I couldn't find the names of all the different USOC CEOs, though as I understand it, they had 13 of 'em in in one 14 year period alone.
The dates are a little sketchy, too...but I did the best I could.
Hey, USOC: I'm lookin' for a cushy short-term job, with lots of perks and fringe benefits - gimme a ring.
I don't care how noble they try and make themselves out to be...sumpin' ain't right here, folks; we'd all be better off throwing our money into the wind than stuffing it into the bottomless pockets of this sham non-profit.
Let the El Pomar Foundation keep the Olympians afloat - they all seem to be in the same boat.
Take this first guy here, for instance; he wasn't a CEO...but *dang* isn't it interesting to see his name on the list of people who were scouting out possible new homes for the USOC back in the 1990's:
• Frank Aires: USOC Games Logistics Manager. Named USOC Director of Contracting and Purchasing in 1981; managed communications and equipment requirements for all National/Olympic Sports Festivals and Olympic, Paralympic and Pan American Games. Former intelligence systems consultant supporting the North American Aerospace Command following 28 years of service with the U.S. Air Force in various flying, operations and intelligence positions._______________________________
2011 - Scott Blackmun
2010 - Stephanie Streeter
2009 - Jim Scherr
2008 – Norm Bellingham
2005 – Jim Scherr
2004 – Marty Mankamyer (resigned – charges she’d exaggerated Ward’s ethics violations & leaked closed-door mtg info)
2003 – Lloyd Ward (resigned - charges of ethical violations)
2002 – Scott Blackmun (stepped down after his interim role)
2001 – Sandy Baldwin (quit - admitted to inaccuracies on resume)
2000 – Norm Blake (resigned – demeaned several sports teams he said were underperformers)
1999 – Dick Schultz (resigned - didn’t see eye to eye with Bill Hybl)
1992 – LeRoy Tashreau Walker
1991 – Bob Helmand
1986 – John Krimsky
Norman P. Blake