Myra Sack is a diminutive dynamo in both the world of soccer and the game of life. As a high school student, she was named Main Line Athlete of the Year by the Main Line Times in 2006, earned two-time All-State status in soccer; at Dartmouth College, she was a first-team All-Ivy Mid Fielder, Second Team All-Senior All-America, and won Dartmouth’s Dean’s Plate Award for her outstanding contribution to the campus, community and world. As a sophomore, Sack co-founded Athletes United, a youth sports program focused on making sport and mentorship accessible to all Upper Valley young people.
As a resident of Wynnewood, she attended Lower Merion High School where she was captain of both the soccer and basketball teams. Sack was MVP of the Central League in soccer and basketball during her high school career and was inducted into the Lower Merion High School Hall of Fame.
During her four years of collegiate soccer she was named Rookie of the Year, Dartmouth Soccer Player of the Year and was elected Team Captain. Sack received multiple awards for her success in the classroom as well as the soccer field, including NSCAA Scholar All-America and Academic All-Ivy status. As a junior she traveled to Nicaragua to volunteer for Soccer without Borders, an organization that seeks to improve the lives of marginalized youth through soccer and sport. She was Dartmouth’s recipient of the Dickey Center Grant for her work in Nicaragua and the 2010 Dean of the College Award for Service.
She graduated cum laude in Government from Dartmouth and earned an MBA with high honors from Boston University. Currently, she is Chief Program Officer for SquashBusters, Inc., a program which challenges and nurtures urban youth as students, athletes and citizens so they can recognize and fulfill their greatest potential in life.