If/when any of us find the correct & appropriate contact persons at these places, please post them here so that we can easily follow up on it.
To get the ball rolling, here's the contact info I could find for the members of the NCAA Infractions Committee. Not sure who will be ultimately responsible for doling out their $60M penalty, but it's a good place to start. (If someone knows who exactly at the NCAA will be the decision-maker on this, let us know.)
James S. Black -- attorney in Kansas City
Roscoe Howard -- attorney in Washington, DC
law firm's contact-us page: http://www.andrewskurth.com/contact.html
Gregory Sankey, SEC
(contact info hard to find)
Britton Banowsky, Conference USA
Melissa Conboy -- U. of Notre Dame
574 631 5143 -- Melissa.L.Conboy.email@example.com
James O'Fallon -- law professor at Oregon
Rodney Uphoff -- law professor at Missouri
Dr. Dennis. E. Thomas -- commissioner of the MEAC conference
MEAC main office line 757-951-2055
Eleanor Myers -- Law professor at Temple
Christopher Griffin -- attorney in Tampa
Keep messages or phone calls to these folks simple and direct. Grammar, spelling and punctuation matter. Keep your paragraphs short.
I haven't had time to reach out yet, but I'm planning on saying something like:
I understand you are on the NCAA Committee on Infractions, so I am writing to you to see if you can tell me who the point-person will be for distributing the $60 million fine assessed to Penn State University.
I would like to contact that person to tell them how much MaleSurvivor.Org has helped in my life and recovery process. With over 10,000 registered members representing the statistically estimated 25 million American men living as survivors of sex abuse, Male Survivor is the best there is.
With the support of the NCAA, Male Survivor could do a lot more, and there is much that needs to be done.
Please let me know at your earliest convenience to whom I should address further correspondence in this matter.
(Perhaps Chris A or others in leadership can tell us what we might possibly be able to do with a grant from the NCAA so that we can articulate that to these folks as we contact them?)