The U.S. Olympic Committee has named Benita Fitzgerald Mosley as its chief of organizational excellence.

An Olympic champion in 1984, she served as the chief of sport performance for USA Track and Field for the past four years. Prior to USATF, Fitzgerald Mosley was president and CEO of Women in Cable Telecommunications after serving as director of the Chula Vista Olympic Training Center, director of U.S. Olympic Training Centers and director of public relations programs for the USOC.

The USOC has given additional responsibility for information technology and audit to Chief Financial Officer Walt Glover. Also, Rick Adams has been named chief of sport operations and NGB (national governing body) relations and will add oversight of the three OTCs to his NGB development responsibilities.

Nick Phillips has joined BiggsKofford P.C., as Associate.

Phillips will work primarily in the tax departments for the CPA firm. Phillips began at BiggsKofford as a tax-season intern and is a current student at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and expects to earn his bachelor’s degree in accounting in December. He is also a tutor to other accounting students.

Tom Reiter has been named chief executive officer and president of Rocky Mountain Health Care Services, which provides a continuum of services to people who are elderly, blind, brain injured, disabled or living with diabetes or AIDS. He has more than 23 years’ experience in health-care organizations, and was most recently the executive director of the Elder Service Plan of the Cambridge Health Alliance in Massachusetts.

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Rocky Mountain Human Services welcomes Susan Holmes as Operation TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) Freedom program manager. Before joining RMHS, Holmes worked 20 years with the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Army, specializing in working with wounded warriors and their families.

In her new role, she will oversee RMHS’s statewide TBI Freedom program, serving veterans and active duty military personnel who suffered a TBI since the 9/11 attacks.

The new associate broker at Cushman & Wakefield/Colorado Springs Commercial is Jared R. May.

He will specialize in tenant representation, landlord representation and investment sales of office and medical office properties.

May is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy and earned an MBA from the University of Denver with a focus on real estate. He has more than four years of real estate experience.

Discover Goodwill has announced a new Job Development Team.

Team members include Evan Plattner, who will work with local organizations looking for job-ready employee candidates. Plattner joined Discover Goodwill’s Career Development Center four years ago.

Demareo Pruitt came to Discover Goodwill two years ago, and prior to that, he worked as a consultant to the state. He has a bachelor’s degree from Morehouse College in Atlanta.

The team includes Jessica Ortiz, who joined Discover Goodwill last year as an employment specialist. Ortiz has her bachelor’s degree in human resource management from the University of Maryland University College.

Also included is Tosha Terry, who joined Discover Goodwill two years ago. She will consult with employers seeking to match the right job candidates with available jobs. She has her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and sociology.

Five-year Discover Goodwill employee Karyn Bryant has been promoted to job placement specialist on the team. As such, she will focus on building relationships in the community to support job seekers in their efforts to secure and maintain employment.

Koger Propst, president of ANB Bank, was elected chairman of the board of the Colorado Bankers Association at its recent annual summit. The post will be held through 2014. Jeff Schmitz of Citywide Banks and Mark Bower of Home State Bank were also elected to board positions. “These men are ideally poised to lead banking, as it addresses many challenging issues,” said Don Childears, president and CEO of the CBA.