Founder of Ride to the Olympics
Miguel Wilson is an award-winning celebrity menswear fashion designer, philanthropist, author and founder of Ride to The Olympics foundation. Wilson is well-known for his custom-tailored formal wear, sports coats, trousers, shirts and fine men’s accessories from his label, The Miguel Wilson Collection.
A native of Washington, DC, Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree from Clark Atlanta University and an MBA from Campbell University. He was also served as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserves with the Military Police Corps.
He is the proud father of five children and 2 grandchildren.
He has flagship stores in Atlanta and National Harbor, Maryland and offers a signature wedding collection for groomsmen at exclusive bridal boutiques throughout the country.
As a fashion industry trailblazer, Wilson’s impeccable eye for detail, extravagance and bold design aesthetics have afforded him the opportunity to build an impressive customer base of high-profile businessmen, community leaders, politicians, athletes and celebrities worldwide.
CEO of Ride to the Olympics
CEO Kimberly Winston is native of Spencer, Oklahoma. As CEO, Winston is passionate about advocating for youth and is responsible for managing the HBCU Polo Team initiatives, developing RTO Youth Program curricula and fundraising.
She is also responsible for overseeing the annual Fashion & Polo Classic, special events, community engagement, internship program, volunteer and board management.