WICT President-CEO Mosley to Exit June 30

May 21, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Benita Fitzgerald Mosley will step down from her position as president-CEO of Women in Cable and Telecommunications on June 30.
Ms. Mosley, a 1984 Olympic gold medalist, is departing the organization to join USA Track & Field as chief of sport performance. She has served at WITC for eight years.
Parthavi Das, senior VP of strategy and initiatives for WICT, will serve as interim leader. Jennifer Dangar, immediate past chair and senior VP of distribution at Discovery Communications, will lead the search committee for Mosley’s successor.
“We are proud of Benita for taking on new challenges at USA Track & Field, but will miss her energy and leadership,” Kyle McSlarrow, president and CEO of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, said in a statement. “Our entire industry owes her a debt of gratitude for her dedication to advancing the careers and aspirations of women in our industry. Under her leadership of Women in Cable and Telecommunications, WICT has grown both stronger and more effective. We wish Benita continued success at USA Track & Field.”

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