Molly Fletcher

Real Life Jerry McGuire — Managing High-Profile Talent

Coined by CNN as “the female Jerry McGuire,” Molly has worked with hundreds of Major League Baseball stars, NBA coaches, PGA and LPGA golfers, NCAA basketball, football coaches and media personalities, including John Smoltz, Mark DeRosa, Ernie Johnson, Jr., Joe Theisman, Roger Staubach and many more.

In 1996, Molly joined CSE, an Atlanta-based sports and entertainment company. She rose to President of Client Representation and for fifteen years, Molly led a strategic growth process that expanded the client representation division and created golf, college coaching and NFL coaching divisions within the company. With a tireless commitment to her clients and exceptional business acumen, Molly increased the company's client base from 40 to over 250 household-name professional athletes and coaches. In addition, she expanded the company’s athlete portfolio into the representation of top new media talent, creating significant gains in both revenue and scope of service. Molly was an integral part of the executive team who spearheaded the strategic growth of the companies businesses.

In 2008, she authored "Your Dream Job Game Plan - Five Tools for Becoming Your Own Career Agent," a tactical guide to building and managing relationships in the business world. John Wiley & Sons Inc. has purchased her much sought after second book, currently titled, “The Business of The Best,” in which Molly shares her formula to maximize human capital for companies and for individuals worldwide. The book is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2011.

Molly is a captivating public speaker and has been featured extensively in the media including appearances on TV, radio and podcast interviews such as CNN, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, USA Today, The Washington Post, Fox 5, WSB, Good Day Atlanta, 790 The Zone, Better World Books, to name a few.

In addition, Molly is on the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta board and a member of the Atlanta Downtown Rotary and is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). Molly is married to Fred Fletcher and is the mother of three daughters, including a set of twins.

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