Our Senior
Leadership Team

Our Senior Leadership Team’s expertise in a broad range of disciplines, combined with passion for athlete safety, guides the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s pursuit of its mission of ending abuse in sport.

Bobby N. Click, Jr.

Vice President of Response & Resolution

Bobby N. Click, Jr. is Vice President of Response & Resolution, Operations at the Center. An experienced attorney with extensive courtroom knowledge and comprehensive investigative skills, Bobby began legal practice as an Assistant Public Defender in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, developing a passion for criminal law and zealously representing thousands of individuals in municipal, district, and circuit courts. He has successfully tried felony and misdemeanor cases in front of judges and juries, and has successfully defended clients in district, circuit, and federal courts as well as in arbitrations. His legal experience also includes years of work for Southeastern U.S. civil defense firms.
Bobby earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama and a juris doctorate (cum laude) from the University of Alabama School of Law. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar.

Hannah Hinton

Vice President of Audit & Compliance

Hannah Hinton is Vice President of Audit & Compliance for the Center. A native of Gainesville, Florida, Hannah served as Associate Commissioner for Compliance and Senior Woman Administrator at the newly created Mountain East Conference (MEC; NCAA Division II). Hannah created, developed, and refined the MEC’s compliance program with an emphasis on organizational transformation. In 2015 she was named the organization’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, in which role she provided strategic and programmatic leadership for the conference.
Hannah served on multiple Division II committees including its Management Council, Committee for Women’s Athletics, National Tennis Committee, and Membership Appeals Committee (which she chaired). She earned a bachelor’s degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Cincinnati in 2007, where she played #1 in singles and doubles tennis and led the team as captain for two straight years. She earned a juris doctorate from the Boston University School of Law in 2010 and was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2011.

Heather O’Brien

General Counsel

Heather O’Brien is the Center’s General Counsel. Hired as the Center’s first in-house counsel, Heather briefly left when appointed as a 2019-20 U.S. Supreme Court Fellow.
Heather was appointed as judge in Osceola County, Florida at age 33, and handled tens of thousands of cases, presided over hundreds of trials, mentored judges, taught at judicial colleges and conferences, and served on key committees. Heather clerked for the Honorable Alex J. Martinez of the Colorado Supreme Court and has been an Assistant County Attorney, an Assistant Public Defender (specializing in representing juveniles), and a Staff Attorney in the Ninth Judicial Circuit.
Heather received a bachelor’s degree (magna cum laude) from Colorado College and a juris doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center. Heather was a 1998 NCAA national heptathlon champion and the NCAA, the state of Colorado, and Colorado College have honored her athletic achievement.

Fred Roselli

Vice President of Strategic Alignment

Fred Roselli joined the Center as Vice President of Strategic Alignment in November 2020, managing the organization’s strategic planning, driving alignment of key priorities, leading special projects, and providing strategic insight and guidance on key decisions impacting the Center.
Previously, Fred was Chief of Staff for Boys & Girls Clubs of America, creating processes and platforms for efficient field operations and setting the vision for the organization’s internal, external, crisis, and executive communications strategy. Fred has held leadership roles at Coca-Cola Enterprises, including as primary communications liaison for the CEO and communications strategy leader for major corporate transactions. He has worked for GCI Group (now Burson Cohn & Wolfe) and the Carolina Hurricanes Hockey Club.
Fred holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Residing in Atlanta, Fred is founder and Chair Emeritus of ATLeaders and has mentored with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta

Martha Van Gelder

Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Strategic Partnerships

Martha Van Gelder is Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Strategic Partnerships, and joined the Center in 2018 with over 20 years of leadership experience at nonprofit, higher education, and consumer marketing companies. Martha’s higher education roles have included Executive Director of Commercialization for the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus’ Health and Wellness Center, and Director and Professor of Practice for the University of Arizona’s Center for Retailing and Consumer Analytics. She was responsible for strategic partnership development and new programming initiatives at both institutions.
Martha was Vice President International and Managing Director for Gaiam, and Executive Vice President, International at Sesame Workshop. Earlier management roles included Executive Director for Walt Disney’s Asian home entertainment division and Group Marketing Manager at L’Oréal’s Redken subsidiary. Martha earned a bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College and a master’s in business administration from the Thunderbird Global School of Management. Martha lived over 10 years overseas in Asia and Europe.

Monica Burgeson

Interim Chief Financial Officer