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. A noted humanitarian, he pioneered policies while Chairman of the United States Olympic Committee’s substance abuse, research, and education committee (CSARE) and is currently Chairman of the United States Anti-doping Agency (USADA). He attended Morehouse College, Bachelor of Science in physics; Pepperdine University, MBA; and received his Doctor of Science, honoris causa, from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Edwin makes his home in Atlanta when not traveling as a key member of Laureus’s global leadership team.
Belgian by birth, Mickael Leroy has lived in Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy, the UK and currently lives in the United…View more
is Vice President and Coordinating Producer of Olympic Production at NBC SportsView more
Serves as President and CEO of Richemont North America, the leading international luxury group for fine watches, jewelry, writing instruments and fashion;View more
Is an American football legend and is the only player in the history of football to have won a Heisman Trophy.View more
Is a Romanian gymnast, who won three gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and was the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastics event.View more
Is the President of Benzel-Busch Motor Car Corp in Englewood, NJ where he has been employed since 1988.View more
Jim Ross is the VP of Sales and Partnerships – Sports, Media and Entertainment for First Data. A majority of Jim’s career has been…View more