Since joining Career Sports & Entertainment (CSE) in 2004, Bobby Height has gained valuable experience working across several facets in the sports management and marketing industry. In his current role, Height serves as Vice President, Talent Representation.
As pioneers in the industry, CSE represents some of the most well-respected and perennially successful individuals in professional and college basketball and football.
Client examples include: Lloyd Pierce – Atlanta Hawks, Head Coach; Tyronn Lue, Los Angeles Clippers, Associate Head Coach; Lindsey Harding – Sacramento Kings, Assistant Coach; Phil Handy – Los Angeles Lakers, Assistant Coach; David Griffin – New Orleans Pelicans, Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations; Harold Ellis – New York Knicks, Director of Player Personnel; Nicki Collen – Atlanta Dream, Head Coach; Dedrique Taylor - Cal State Fullerton, Head Men's Basketball Coach; Michael White - Florida, Head Men's Basketball Coach; Johnny Jones – Texas Southern, Head Men's Basketball Coach; King Rice - Monmouth, Head Men's Basketball Coach; Turner Sports on-air personality Ernie Johnson, Jr.; CBS Sports college basketball personality Clark Kellogg; Marc Spears, Senior NBA Writer for ESPN’s The Undefeated and many more high character individuals
A strong believer in providing clients with industry-leading service and sound career guidance, Bobby focuses on employment contract negotiations, job placement and interview preparation, brand building and marketing endorsements, and other partnership opportunities.
A Charlotte, North Carolina native, he played football at Morehead State University (1995-96) and Morehouse College (1996-99). Height earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from Morehouse College and a MBA from American InterContinental University.