Erin Mykleby acquired her Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Luther College in 2012, at the same time she competed on the women’s swimming and diving team. She also has a Master’s Degree in Sports Management she earned from the University of Iowa in December 2014. At Iowa, Erin worked as a teaching assistant for the Iowa athletic program, as well as a supervisor for the undergraduate Sports Business Internship program. She also was a graduate intern for the University of Iowa’s athletic department in event management, where she managed a variety of athletic events.
Erin Mykleby attended Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Erin Mykleby graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and then went on to earn her Master's Degree in Sports Management from the University of Iowa before working for the NACDA.
Erin Mykleby also worked as a Learning Assistant at the University of Iowa which allowed her to work one on one with student-athletes. While earning her graduate degree, Erin Mykleby was able to develop the skills both academically and professionally through her coursework and hands on experiences within the Iowa Athletic Department.
Erin Mykleby has gained both education and experience in athletics departments throughout the country. Before her work career began, Erin Mykleby earned a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education from Luther College in 2012, where Erin Mykleby was a member of the school's women's swimming and diving team. She also taught and coached volleyball, basketball and swimming in Belgium. In 2014, Erin also earned a Master’s Degree in Sports Management from the University of Iowa.