The board president of a youth football association stole $50k using it for car repairs, vehicle registration, hotel rooms at two local resorts and braces for himself and his family. Like many youth sports associations around the country, this board had no organizational framework. The president had all the association records, bank and financial information and none of the board members had access. This gave Steven Leslie Marshall Jr. freedom to use the association as his piggy bank, taking whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted. These associations require organizational framework around them so that board members can log in and see all the association records. This framework allows oversight and accountability so thieves like Marshall are deterred or rooted out quickly. Read more about how this board president got away with the money.