Molly Fletcher

Nicknamed “the female Jerry Maguire” by CNN, Molly Fletcher spent nearly two decades recruiting the top athletes, coaches and media personalities in the game. As one of the only female sports agents in the industry, Molly made a name for herself working with some of the top names in sports, including Tom Izzo, Ernie Johnson, Jr., Matt Kuchar, Doc Rivers, John Smoltz, Joe Theismann and hundreds more. She recruited and signed Major League Baseball stars, PGA and LPGA golfers, championship coaches, and media personalities to her client list. 


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Nicknamed “the female Jerry Maguire” by CNN, Molly Fletcher spent nearly two decades recruiting the top athletes, coaches and media personalities in the game. As one of the only female sports agents in the industry, Molly made a name for herself working with some of the top names in sports, including Tom Izzo, Ernie Johnson, Jr., Matt Kuchar, Doc Rivers, John Smoltz, Joe Theismann and hundreds more. She recruited and signed Major League Baseball stars, PGA and LPGA golfers, championship coaches, and media personalities to her client list. 

In 2010, Molly started her own consulting company and began traveling the country as a keynote speaker. A popular corporate speaker, Molly applies lessons learned from her years of experience in the sports industry to the business world. She speaks to audiences around the country on topics related to sales and business development, leadership and teams, negotiation, and 
women in leadership. 

Molly is the author of three business books. Her most recent title, A Winner’s Guide to Negotiating: How Conversation Gets Deals Done (McGraw-Hill, September 2014), is a tactical guide to effective negotiation. She is also the author of The Business of Being the Best and The 5 Best Tools to Find Your Dream Career. 
In addition, the Molly Fletcher Company provides a full range of services to clients. The Betterment Institute, an online learning platform, teaches relationship-based business development skills. Molly and her team also work with both corporate and sports teams to build healthy and productive cultures.

A trailblazer throughout her career, Molly has been honored with numerous awards, including Outstanding Alumni from Michigan State University, 2014 Inspiring Women by the Atlanta Dream, and the 2011 POW! Womenetics Award. Numerous media outlets have featured Molly, including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CNN, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and USA Today. An active member of the community, Molly is a National Trustee member for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. She graduated from Michigan State University where she was a member of the women’s tennis team (1989-1993), captaining the team as a senior. Molly and her husband Fred reside in Atlanta with their three daughters.

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