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 Committee’s (USOC) 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 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 is also Chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Education Committee. He attended Morehouse College where he earned a B.S. 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.