Mary Carillo, President, USTA Serves, Played professional tennis from 1977-1980. She won the French Open mixed doubles title with partner and childhood friend, John McEnroe, in 1977 and later that year Carillo was a women's doubles quarter finalist at the U.S. Open. An author and tennis broadcaster for ESPN, NBC, HBO and CBS, Carillo has received a Peabody Award, been twice named Broadcaster of the Year by Women's Tennis Association (1981, 1985), named "Best Commentator" by World Tennis Magazine (1986), Toronto Star (1986), and TENNIS Magazine (1988–91) and has won a Sports Emmy Award. She is the mother of Anthony, age 22, and Rachel, age 18.
Katrina M. Adams, Executive Director of Harlem Junior Tennis & Education Program; Color Analyst for The Tennis Channel; Vice President, USTA Board of Directors; enjoyed a twelve-year career on the WTA Tour, where she was ranked as high as No. 67 in singles and No. 8 in doubles, capturing 20 doubles titles; Member, Northwestern University Hall of Fame.
Howard B. Cowan, Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant; Founder and President of Cowan Financial Group; awarded Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company's National Chairman’s Trophy.
Anne Marie Davis, community volunteer; benefactor of the Dwight F. Davis Memorial Scholarship.
David N. Dinkins, 106th Mayor, City of New York; Professor in the Practice of Public Affairs, Senior Fellow of the Center for Urban Research & Policy, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.
Benjamin Doller, Vice Chairman, Sotheby’s North and South America; a former Trustee and Board member of the Optometric Center of New York, a foundation devoted to vision science research, care and education, and a former member of the major donor committee of God's Love We Deliver.
Jamshid Ehsani, Apollo Global Management, Fund Manager; Horace Mann School Board of Trustee, involved in a number of charitable organizations in New York and Connecticut including Asia Society and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Lucy S. Garvin, Immediate Past President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the USTA; former President of USTA Southern Section; previous careers in nursing and the management and marketing of tennis facilities.
David Haggerty, First Vice President, USTA; Former Chairman of Head USA, a position he held upon his retirement in March 2010; Served six years on the board of directors of the USTA Middle States Section; Served a two-year term as President of the Tennis Industry Association.
Andre Hawaux, President Consumer Foods and Chief Operating Officer, Conagra Foods; previously CFO ConAgra Foods, Former Senior Vice President, Worldwide Strategy and Corporate Development – PepsiAmericas, Inc.; Board member, PepsiCo Employees Federal Credit Union.
Cheryl Haywood, Former Principal Court Attorney, Kings County; Trustee, Brooklyn Public Library Foundation; Committee Participation, Wellesley Alumnae Association, First Presbyterian Church – Brooklyn Heights, Prospect Park Alliance, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and Jack & Jill of America.
John B. Hess, Chairman and CEO, Hess Corporation; Board of Directors, National Advisory Board of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, Harvard Business School, Mount Sinai-NYU Medical Center, Wildlife Conservation Society/NY Zoo, and the United Cerebral Palsy Research and Education Foundation; Member, Council of Foreign Relations.
Molly G. John, Assurance Partner, Ernst & Young's; Engagement Partner, Reader's Digest Association; Coordinating Partner, H&M Hennes & Mauritz US and Zac Posen; Northeast Control and Methodology Leader; Member of the E&Y Professional Women's Network Executive Steering Committee and the E&Y Northeast Black Professional Executive Steering Committee.
Carol Richardson Kimmelman, Former elementary school teacher; volunteer tennis coach and teacher; elementary school tutor, Trustee, Blair Academy High School.
Julia A. Levering, Past President of the Board of Directors of the USTA; former VP of the International Tennis Federation; former Chair of the ITF FED Cup Committee; Member of the Northwestern University Hall of Fame; active senior tennis player.
Marcy Hnath Maguire, CEO of Maguire Automotive Group, East Windsor, N.J.; serves on the Board Directors of the National Automotive Dealership Association and is on the Executive Committee as chairman of its Public Affairs Committee. She is the Ambassador of the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation, involved with International Brain Research Foundation, American Red Cross and the Marine Scholarship Foundation. She is also a member of the Harvard Business School Council and Deans Advisory Council University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School.
Elizabeth L. Mathieu, Esq., Treasurer, USTA Serves; Director at Large of the Committee of 200, Securities Industry Institute, New York Estate Planning Council; Dean’s Advisory Council, Columbia University School of International Affairs; Bar Associations, ABA Sections of Taxation and Real Property, Probate and Trust Law, NY City Bar Assoc. – Trust & Estates Sub Committee; Advisory Board Member, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller University, Thirteen/WNET, NY City Ballet, NY Philharmonic, Health Care Chaplaincy.
Sean Mayo, Founder, Sean Mayo Introducing Broker; NFA Member; Majority Investor in the Imperial Racquet Club; former registered member, CFTC, SEC; former Chairman, CBOT AM Committee; actively involved with Courier's Kids, Arthritis Foundation, Neuropathy Foundation, The Cradle, and the Humane Society; 5.0 tennis player.
Patrick McEnroe, Past President, USTA Serves; 38th U.S. Davis Cup Captain; General Manager of USTA Elite Player Development, USTA Board of Directors 1999-2000; TV commentator for CBS Sports and ESPN; USTA High Performance Program advisor; part-owner of World Team Tennis franchise, The New York Sportimes.
Jack Mills, Owner & President of Mills Communications in Columbia, SC.; President of SCTA in 1977, and was a charter Board Member of the Southern Tennis Patrons Foundation. He was elected President of Southern Tennis Association in 1988, is a member of the USTA National League Committee, US Open Policy Committee and has chaired the USTA Public Affairs Committee & USTA Sanctions and Schedules Committee.
Paul Palandjian, Founder and Managing Director of Somerset Equity Advisors, LLC; Board of Trustees at the Belmont Hill School; Board of Directors of the Denis Leary Firefighters Foundation; Harvard undergraduate admissions reviewer; former world-ranked tennis player on the ATP Tour.
Lawrence A. Rand, Vice President, USTA Serves;Senior Vice President and Director of Kekst and Co., Inc.; Mayor of the Village of Rye Brook, NY; former Chairman of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association.
Missie Rennie, Vice President, USTA Serves; Serves on Board of The Asia Foundation, Give2Asia, Common Good, The First National Bank of Long Island, Board of Overseers of The International Rescue Committee and Vassar College, Selection Committee for Luce Scholars Program. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Serves on the Board of Teachers College.
Y. David Scharf, Partner,Litigation, Executive Committee Member of Morrison Cohen, LLP; Founder, Board Member and Trustee, Lifetime Care Foundation for the Jewish Disabled, Inc..
Alan G. Schwartz, Past Chairman of the Board and President, USTA; Founder and Chairman of the Board, Tennis Corporation of America; Board of Directors Emeritus, Duke University Graduate School of Business; Trustee, Roosevelt University and the International Institute for Education of Students (IES Abroad).
Fred Shen, CEO, Shen, Milsom & Wilke, LLC., an international technology consulting firm.
Pam Shriver, Past President, USTA Serves; International Tennis Hall of Fame Inductee; Five-time US Open Doubles Champion; Sports Commentator; Olympic Gold Medalist.
Tiina Bougas Smith, Vice President, USTA Serves; Board Member Tenacity, Boston Professional Tennis League, The Park School, Max Warburg Courage Curriculum. Serve on Harvard College Committees: Curricular Review, The Undergraduate Experience, The Interface Committee. Multiple top five USTA national rankings.
Donald L. Tisdel, Treasurer of the USTA; Managing Director of Northwest Capital Appreciation, Inc., a private equity firm that he co-founded.
Bahar Uttam, Owner and CEO of the Boston Lobsters, LLC, a World Team Tennis franchise.
Jonathan Vegosen, President and Chairman of the Board, USTA; Founding member of Funkhouser Vegosen Liebman and Dunn Ltd., a Chicago-based corporate and litigation law firm; First Vice President of the USTA; Member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame Board of Directors; former Vice President USTA Midwest Section and Midwest Youth Tennis and Education Foundation.
Rosalind P. Walter, Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, Channel 13/WNET; American Museum of Natural History, International Tennis Hall of Fame, and Paley Center for Media, Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of Long Island University.
Barbara S. Wynne, Founder and Publisher, Indy’s Child; President, Indianapolis Junior Tennis Development Fund; Founder, Coordinator, Washington Township Schools Tennis.