Benita Fitzgerald Mosley
Chief of Organizational Excellence, United States Olympic Committee
Benita Fitzgerald Mosley was named chief of organizational excellence for the United States Olympic Committee on June 18, 2013, and officially assumed the position in August 2013. In her current role, Fitzgerald Mosley oversees athlete career programs, the athlete ombudsman’s office, diversity and inclusion, human resources, facilities, NGB organizational development, security, and strategic planning. She also serves on the International Olympic Committee Women and Sport Commission, a role she undertook in March 2012.
At the 1984 Olympic Games, Fitzgerald Mosley became the first African American woman and just the second American woman to win Olympic gold in the 100-meter hurdles. The 14-time All-American is a member of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, the Penn Relays Hall of Fame and the University of Tennessee Lady Vols Hall of Fame.