The federation filed tax reports today, stating that Streeter and the person she replaced, Jim Scherr, received a combined total of $279,000 during a year in which Scott Blackmun took over as CEO. Scherr’s $116,252 was part of a severance package he agreed to in March 2009 when he was surprisingly replaced.
Blackmun’s total compensation, which includes benefits, was $638,407. Despite the money that went to CEOs not working for the USOC, the federation paid 49 percent less to that position than in 2009. Streeter’s total compensation in 2009 was $1.006 million and Scherr received $801,000 in salary and severance.