Sable Lee joined the Clemson Student-Athlete Development department in January of 2020. At Clemson, Lee serves in the role of Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Development. In this role, Lee oversees career and personal development, Tigers Unite (diversity and inclusion affinity groups), and employer relations for Clemson’s Student-Athlete Development department.

Prior to her joining Clemson’s staff, Lee served as the Coordinator of Student-Athlete & Staff Development within the J.T. & Margret Tarkington Leadership Academy at Texas Tech University. In her position at Texas Tech, Lee would assist in leadership, career and staff development for all members of the athletic department.

Lee established The Young Professional Development (YPD) program which provided career, personal and social development platforms for graduate assistant, interns and entry-level staff members.

Lee served as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) advisor while also assisting in the development of classroom curriculum for student-athletes, focusing on high impact leadership skills for student-athletes. Lee’s impact continued to grow at Texas Tech as she assisted with the execution of the national award-winning Suited for Success Career Series at Texas Tech.

Lee serves as a facilitator/consultant on leadership/personal development and issues surrounding gender violence to NCAA student-athletes, coaches and athletic department staff members.

Prior to her time at Texas Tech, Lee served as an assistant softball coach from January to August of 2018 at Marshall University.

Lee, a native of Oviedo, Fla., earned her Bachelor of Science in Sport Management from Jacksonville University in the Spring of 2016 where she was a four-year member of the softball team. Lee would go on to earn her Master of Business Administration and Master’s in Sport Business Management from the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida in December of 2017.