The Olympic Movement: Women's Sports Participation and Its Global Impact

In this fascinating discussion, athletic professionals Benita Fitzgerald Mosley (Chair of Organizational Excellence, U.S. Olympic Committee), Sharon Taylor (Director of Athletics, REtired, Lock Haven University; former member of board of directors, United States Olympic Committee), Sue Enquist (former Head Coach, softball, University of California-Los Angeles), Mimi Murray (Professor of Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Springfield College), and Bridget Belgiovine (Director of Athletics and PERA program, Wellesley College) argue for the importance of women's participation in the Olympic movement.


  • 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.