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Resource ID: #19591
Subject: Nonprofits
Source: Daily News (Anchorage, Alaska)
Date: July 7, 2002



Bob Stevens, the executive director of the 2001 Special Olympics World Winter Games, was paid $715,000 for three years work as president of the nonprofit. Stevens' compensation, far exceeding others in a similar capacity, was set by a subcommittee of the nonprofit's board composed of businessmen who owed a large part of their success to the power of Ben Stevens' father, U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.

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