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USOC Hires Fitzgerald Mosley As Chief Of Organizational Excellence

The USOC announced the hiring of Olympian Benita Fitzgerald Mosley as the Chief of Organizational Excellence. The new role will see Fitzgerald Mosley, a member of the U.S. track team at the '84 L.A. and '88 Seoul Games, oversee athlete career programs, human resources, diversity, facilities, security and strategic planning. Many of those duties were handled by outgoing Chief Administrative Officer Kirsten Volpi, who is taking a job with the Colorado School of Mines. Fitzgerald Mosley most recently worked as the Chief of Sports Performance for USA Track & Field. She becomes the only Olympian in the organization’s executive ranks. It has not had an Olympic executive since former COO Norm Bellingham, an Olympic kayaker, left the organization in '11.

In addition to announcing Fitzgerald Mosley’s hiring, the USOC announced CFO Walt Glover will take over responsibility for IT as well as audit and report, which were previously overseen by Volpi. Chief of Sport Operations Mike English is leaving the organization. Rick Adams was named Chief of Sport Operations and will oversee the three Olympic Training Centers, which English worked on, and NGB relations. Adams will report to Fitzgerald Mosley.
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