Olympian, Attorney, Arbitrator and Professor
Clinical Assistant Professor
Cameron Myler is an Olympian, a lawyer, an arbitrator and a professor. She competed in four Olympic Games in the sport of luge and was elected by her teammates to carry the American flag at the Opening Ceremonies of the 1994 Olympics. Cameron graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude and, after retiring from competitive sport, received her J.D. from Boston College Law School. She practiced intellectual property law in New York City for 10 years and is now an arbitrator on the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Cameron is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU’s Tisch Institute for Sports Management, Media, and Business. Her teaching and research focuses on legal, governance, and social issues in Olympic and international sport, as well as athletes’ rights and using sport to promote diversity and inclusion. She recently created an initiative at NYU called Women in Sports (WINS) to create opportunities for students to meet and network with women working in the sports industry. She is an Athlete Ambassador for Kids Play International, a nonprofit that uses sport to promote gender equity, and an Olympic Ambassador for Athlete Ally, which advocates for inclusion of the LGBTQ community in sports.