Agency Three Two
Chloe Pavlech is a Sports Analyst, Creator, and Media Personality. She received her undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from The University of Maryland while also playing for the Division 1 Women’s Basketball, the Lady Terrapins, where she played in two NCAA Final Fours. She received her Master’s Degree in Sport Management from the University of Connecticut where she also served as a Graduate Assistant Coach for the infamous UConn Women’s Basketball Team and Coach Geno Auriemma, appearing in two additional NCAA Final Fours.
After college, Chloe helped build and sell the #1 platform for women’s sports to Overtime, a sports network built for today’s generation of athletes and fans. Over her tenure at Overtime, Chloe built @Overtimewbb to be the largest women’s sports media account on the internet, even bigger than EspnW. Chloe is also responsible for building @Overtimewbb to be the largest women’s sports account on TikTok and the FIRST women’s sports account to reach over a million followers on TikTok. Upon leaving Overtime, Chloe was the first Platform Strategist + Talent for Lifestyle, Culture, and Sport platform founded by superstars Alex Morgan, Chloe Kim, Sue Bird, and Simeon Manual - @togethxr, helping them to reach 1M followers and becoming the fastest growing sport account on TikTok.
Aside from her work on social media, Chloe has had opportunities doing broadcast and analyst work for ESPN, BTN, American Athletic Conference, and PLN/Stadium, all while hosting the Snapchat show, “Hypeschool”, boasting 2 million subs and 1 million views per episode.
For the last two years, Chloe has been an Assistant Coach at Baylor University where one of her main responsibilities was NIL for student-athletes, leading Baylor to being #1 ranked in NIL in the BIG12 Conference. Her success there has now led her to founding CR Consulting, a full-service NIL Education platform for coaches, student-athletes, and administrators.
Sydney Carter is a WNBA Veteran, NCAA Champion, Overseas Professional Basketball Player, and current Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at the University of Texas. She took the world by storm during the 2021-2022 basketball season where she received backlash for the pink pants she was wearing during her teams Breast Cancer Awareness Game - dubbing her "The Pink Pants Coach." Sydney is a representation that women in sports can be both feminine and stylish while getting things done on and off the court.
She has participated in live interviews with Good Morning America, Jemele Hill 'Unbothered' podcast, College Gameday with Christine Williamson, Slam Magazine, Amanda Seales Small Doses podcast, Dallas News Outlet, New York Times Most Stylish People of 2022, Woman of Impact Honoree by Impact Magazine, and Austin Spectrum News regarding self-confidence and self-expression.
With the mission of advancing women in sports business through thoughtful execution and storytelling, while also showing athletes that there are options to work in sports once the ball stops bouncing, Taylor and the team at Agency 3-2 have proven to be passionate partners in the space.
Taylor has always prided herself on being a versatile professional with the ability to do many things — like a basketball player, a triple threat — and has brought that same mindset to the DNA of Agency 3-2.