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Top sports agent Nicole Lynn to keynote 2023 Clemson University Women’s Roundtable; registration now open


Trailblazing sports agent Nicole Lynn will deliver the keynote address at the 2023 Clemson University Women’s Roundtable, scheduled for November 2, 2023 at the Greenville Convention Center.

Lynn, a licensed attorney and National Bar Association’s Top “40 Under 40” lawyers honoree, became the first Black woman to represent a Top 3 NFL draft pick (and only the second woman in history to solo represent a NFL first rounder) in 2019. The following year, Lynn again made history, representing back-to-back top 10 NFL draft picks. Since then, Nicole has gone on to represent top NFL clients such as Jalen Hurts, Myles Garrett, Quinnen Williams, Breece Hall, Ed Ingram and many others. She was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the most powerful women in sports. In 2021, Lynn added the title author to her many hats when she released her book, Agent You: Show Up, Do the Work, and Succeed on Your Own Terms. Currently, Lynn serves as the President of Football Operations for Klutch Sports Group where she continues to serve as a fierce advocate for her candidates.

Registration is also now open for the Women’s Roundtable. Payment will be required to complete your registration. You can register and manage your registration via the Women’s Roundtable registration website. Please contact with any questions regarding registration. 

Fees for the Women’s Roundtable:

  • Students (High school, middle school and college) – $25
  • Professionals/Chaperones/Community Members – $50

More speakers and details about the Women’s Roundtable will be announced through Clemson News and the Women’s Roundtable website.

About the Women’s Roundtable

The Women’s Roundtable is a developmental and networking opportunity for participants to acknowledge, explore and invest in the promotion of the experiences of girls and women, particularly in STEM fields. The Women’s Roundtable brings approximately 500 participants together to emphasize the importance of education, self-care and preservation. It also focuses on the tools and skill sets necessary to cope with and navigate exclusionary educational and professional environments that many girls and women encounter.