Erin Iwaskiewicz

America East Conference, Senior Director, Creative and Video

Erin Iwaskiewicz joined the America East Conference staff in June, 2013 and was promoted to senior director of creative and video in June, 2018. Iwaskiewicz was hired as America East’s first full-time staff member devoted to video and creative content.

In her role, Iwaskiewicz operates as the conference's primary contact for all aspects of America East’s digital media and video production. She oversees the development and execution of the conference's creative strategy, video inventory, and in-house design work.

Additionally, Iwaskiewicz is a member of the College Advisory Committee for Sports Video Group and has had video and design work recognized by SVG and NACMA. She has served as a video editor with the NCAA at the W. Basketball Final Four each of the last five years and at the M. Lacrosse Championship Weekend since 2017.

Iwaskiewicz previously spent three years as the director of multimedia and broadcast with Lehigh Athletics. In addition to overseeing graphic design, she supervised a journalism course and worked with 10-12 students each semester to provide instruction in on-camera skills, interviews, shooting, editing, and game-day production. The group created nearly 350 on-demand videos and produced over 200 live streaming broadcasts each year, including the university’s commencement.

Prior to joining Lehigh’s administrative staff, Iwaskiewicz was an assistant women’s soccer coach for the Mountain Hawks from 2008-2010. As a student-athlete, she was a four-year starting goalkeeper for Lehigh, three-time All Patriot League First Team selection, Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year (2003) and Goalkeeper of the Year (2004). She earned the Lehigh Athletics Department’s highest honor when she was named Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2005 and was later chosen as a member of the Patriot League's 25th Anniversary Soccer Team in August of 2015.

Iwaskiewicz received a bachelor's degree in art from Lehigh in 2005 and went on to serve as a graduate assistant soccer coach for Bucknell, earning a master's degree in education in 2008. She also holds National and Advanced National Diplomas from the NSCAA in soccer coaching.

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