NCAA records show Emmert paid near-$3.3M in last season as prez
The NCAA paid former president Mark Emmert almost $3.3 million in 2021, his remaining full yr on the job, in keeping with federal 2021 tax records launched by the affiliation Wednesday.
Emmert’s 13-year tenure main the NCAA formally ended in March. In April 2022, the affiliation introduced Emmert would step down. He was changed by former Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Emmert acquired virtually $2.8 million in wage and one other $83,000 in bonuses.
The NCAA additionally paid $3.6 million to former chief working officer Donald Remy, who left the affiliation April 1, 2021, to grow to be deputy secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs. That included a $2.4 million severance cost.
Overall, NCAA income elevated 10% to $1.22 billion in the 2021-22 fiscal yr, whereas its bills rose 16% to $1.19 billion. Those bills included $53 million in authorized charges.
The NCAA paid simply over $5.4 million to the Kaplan Hecker & Fink legislation agency for a gender-equity evaluate of NCAA championships after inequities have been revealed through the 2021 males’s and ladies’s basketball tournaments.