Established in 2020, the College Basketball Parents’ Association (CBPA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of the parents and guardians of Men’s and Women’s College Basketball players. The CPBA provides a platform for parents to engage in networking and educational opportunities. Through the work of the steering committee, regional representatives and the use of outside experts, the CBPA allows parents and guardians to work collectively to prepare and protect themselves and their student-athletes.
The purpose of the CBPA is to educate, empower and protect the parents and guardians of college basketball players through the recruiting process, the exploration of name image and likeness opportunities, and managing the transition from college to career or from college to professional basketball.
Through the use of real-world, practical education by world-class experts, the CBPA exists to bring together the parents and guardians of college basketball players to help ensure the protection of their student-athletes.