Benita Fitzgerald Mosley advises organizations and senior executives on how to create a legacy of achievement and impact. An Olympic gold medalist and high-profile international leader in both sports and the nonprofit world, she has a unique ability to inspire and motivate high performing teams and is able to transfer those skills to help leaders establish and execute a vision to achieve world-class results.
Her expertise is sought by corporations and nonprofits looking to transform their businesses and develop innovative solutions, programs and services that yield the highest value and impact for their customers and stakeholders. Benita leverages her experience in sports management and administration to help governing bodies, leagues and teams achieve higher levels of performance. Her non-profit experience allows her to help organizations connect their brands with meaningful causes and develop programs that advance both their business and charitable goals.
Benita most recently served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation USA, an organization using sport as a tool for social change. Benita joined Laureus USA following her work with the United States Olympic Committee as Chief of Organizational Excellence, and as Chief of Sport Performance for USA Track & Field – leading Team USA in winning the most medals in 20 years at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
She was named “Cable TV Executive of the Year” by Television Week Magazine for her role as President and CEO of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT); a 2019 Notable Women in Sports by Crain’s New York Business; and a 2015 Game Changer by the Sports Business Journal. Benita also serves on the International Olympic Committee Sport and Active Society Commission and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum Board of Directors.