Cameron Myler is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Tisch Institute for Global Sport, where her teaching interests include legal issues relating to Olympic sport, international sport governance, as well as athletes’ commercial rights, branding and career transitions. Cameron is a member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which adjudicates eligibility, doping, ethics and commercial issues related to sport. She served on the Anti---Doping Division of CAS at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Prior to practicing law, Cameron competed in four Olympics in 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.
She is committed to using sport to promote diversity and inclusion both on and off the field. Cameron is an Athlete Ambassador for Kids Play International, which uses sport to promote gender equity and an Olympic Ambassador for Athlete Ally, which advocates for inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community in sport.
Cameron graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude and, after retiring from competitive sport, received her J.D. from Boston College Law School.