We are proud to present the 2018 Athlete Leadership Connection, the Women’s Sports Foundation’s exclusive, by-invitation-only development conference that addresses the unique needs and challenges of female athletes. Designed by athletes for athletes.

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Cameron Myler

New York University's Tisch Institute of Global Sport
Clinical Assistant Professor
Cameron Myler is a Clinical Assistant Professor at New York University’s Tisch Institute of Global Sport, an arbitrator with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, an intellectual property and sports lawyer, and a four-­‐time Olympian in the sport of luge.

She served on the Anti-­‐Doping Division of CAS at the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. In her legal practice, she has represented Olympic athletes and sports organizations, advised media and entertainment clients in a variety of commercial matters, and litigated high-­‐profile intellectual property cases.

Prior to practicing law, Cameron competed in four Olympic Games in the sport of luge (1988 – Calgary, 1992 – Albertville, 1994 – Lillehammer, 1998 – Nagano), and was elected by her teammates to carry the American flag at the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics in Norway. She was U.S. National Champion seven times and won 11 World Cup medals. Cameron was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the National Association for Sport & Physical Education and is featured in the book SuperWomen: 100 Women -­‐ 100 Sports. She is a two-time grant recipient of the Women’s Sports Foundation Training and Travel Fund.

Cameron graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude and, after retiring from competitive sport, received her J.D. from Boston College Law School and an Executive Masters in Sports Organization Management from the University of Poitiers, a program coordinated by the IOC. 

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, October 16

10:30am EDT