Paul Danforth has been promoted to president of CAA’s sports division. Danforth’s promotion comes after CAA Sports Consulting Head Greg Luckman chose to part ways with the agency. In Danforth’s prior role as CAA Sports Global Head of Sales, his responsibilities included overseeing CAA Sports’ property sales division, sports talent sales and CAA Search.

In his new role as president of CAA’s sports division,
Danforth will be responsible for CAA Sports’ property sales and brand consulting
division. He will oversee 250 employees in the United States, London and
Munich. He will work closely with CAA co-Heads Howard Nuchow and Michael
Levine.

Danforth’s division represents properties including Formula
One, Madison Square Garden and the NCAA. On the brand consulting side, Danforth
will work with clients such as Google, JP Morgan Chase and Pizza Hut.

Danforth spent 13 years with the New York Mets as the Senior
Vice President of Sales and Service before joining CAA in 2007.  


Source: Sports Agency Blog