Thursday, 21 December 2017

Former Swimmer Erin Mykleby Helps Athletic Departments

Erin Mykleby
It should surprise no one that Iowa-born Erin Mykleby is so interested in working with athletes and athletic departments. After all, she was an athlete in college. For instance, while she was earning her Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education from Luther College, she also competed as a member of that school’s women's swimming and diving team. In 2011, Erin earned Honorable Mention Academic All-American honors, which is pretty impressive.

Soon after that, Erin Mykleby completed a Master’s degree in sports management from the University of Iowa. While she was there, she was a teaching assistant for the Iowa athletic program. That was about the time she also started working toward a career as a in the area of college athletic department administration. She was a supervisor for the undergraduate Sports Business Internship program for Iowa and she also served as a graduate intern in event management for the University of Iowa athletic department, where she gained experience managing championships and other key athletic events.

Monday, 25 September 2017

Erin Mykleby’s Athletic Career Journey

Erin Mykleby
The fact is, when Erin Mykleby was born and raised in Bettendorf, Iowa, she knew she was athletic, but she had no idea she would be so successful helping to run college athletic departments. And yet, over the years, she has managed to compile an impressive record of experience doing exactly that. It is certain her high level of knowledge and experience that made her a natural choice to be the Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing, Fundraising, and Community Engagement for St. Leo's University, which is her current position. While that sounds like an important position, there is a reason for that. It is an important position.

Overall, Erin Mykleby serves at St. Leo’s Athletics Department liaison to the students and the surrounding community and she handles department promotions. Since athletic departments always need money, that makes Erin an enormously important part of the department. Education has always been a major influence in Erin Mykleby’s life in athletics. While she was earning a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education from Luther College, she was also a star on the women's swimming and diving team. In 2011, she was named an Honorable Mention Academic All-American.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Why Erin Mykleby is Among the Best


It really can't be denied; the fact of the matter is, Erin Mykleby has a lot of education and experience in athletics departments throughout the country. For instance, even before she began working for a living, Erin attended Luther College, where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education in 2012. However, while she was there, Erin Mykleby was a member of that school's women's swimming and diving team and was chosen as a Honorable Mention Academic All-American at east once. She also gained plenty of experience teaching and coaching volleyball, basketball and swimming in Antwerp, Belgium.

In 2014, Erin earned a Master’s degree in Sports Management from the University of Iowa, but she also worked for Iowa's athletic department in many ways. For instance, she was a teaching assistant for the athletic program and she also served as a supervisor for the undergraduate Sports Business Internship program. Erin Mykleby was also a student-athlete Academic Service Learning Assistant for the football team. As that, she worked one-on-one with student-athletes to help them develop greater organizational skills, as well as better, more effective learning strategies. Erin Mykleby also served as a graduate intern for the athletic department, specializing in event management. In that capacity, Erin managed athletic events, championships and other key athletic depart events related to the Department.

These days, Erin Mykleby is currently the Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing, Fundraising, and Community Engagement for St. Leo's University. In that position, she works as an athletic department liaison and she also guides and participates in a large number of promotions for the Department. Prior to Saint Leo's, Erin also spent time working with several large athletic organizations, such as the Division II Athletics Directors Association (D2ADA) and the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association (D2CCA), but she also worked with the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA).

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

The Erin Mykleby Story

Erin Mykleby
Iowa-born Erin Mykleby has a lot of athletics department experience in her background, all of which serves her well in her current position at St. Leo’s University as their Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing, Fundraising, and Community Engagement. As the Athletics Department's liaison, she also does a lot of the department’s promotion.

She has athletic experience, as well. When she was in the process of earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education from Luther College, Erin Mykleby also competed as part of their women's swimming and diving team. At one point, in 2011, Erin earned Honorable Mention Academic All-American. Soon after, she was awarded a Master’s degree in sports management from the University of Iowa, where she was also a teaching assistant for the Iowa athletic program and she also served as a supervisor for the undergraduate Sports Business Internship program. She was also a graduate intern for the Iowa athletic department in event management, where she managed athletic events, championships and other key athletic events.

As a student-athlete Academic Service Learning Assistant for the Iowa football team, she worked one-on-one with student-athletes to help develop organizational skills, and develop better, more effective learning strategies. Before joining the Saint Leo's Athletic Department, Erin spent time working with the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), and several other athletic bodies representing Division II schools.

In 2013, Erin Mykleby coordinated the "ball kids" for two rounds of the 2013 NCAA Women's Division I basketball tournament ad she was a summer intern for USA Track & Field in Indianapolis, where she dealt with the areas of High Performance and Coaching Education.