Edwin C. Moses, Sc.D hc - emeritus chair
Track & Field icon, Edwin Moses, won Olympic gold medals in 1976 and 1984, three World Cup titles, two World Championships, and broke the World Record four times as a 400 meter hurdler. He remained undefeated in 122 consecutive races spanning a period of nine years, nine months, and nine days.
As a physicist with an MBA degree, he pioneered the development of anti-doping policies while Chairman of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee’s (USOPC) Substance Abuse, Research, and Education Committee (CSARE). Moses served on the International Olympic Committee as a member of the Athletes Commission, Medical Commission, and Ethics Commission, as well as on the Athletes Advisory and Executive Committees of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee.
Moses currently serves as Chairman of the Laureus World Sports Academy, an association of sporting legends, which uses the positive influence of sport as a tool for social change around the globe. He was also Chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Education Committee. He attended Morehouse College, where he earned a BS in physics, and went on to receive his MBA from Pepperdine University and the degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa, from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.