USTA Past Presidents
Patrick J. Galbraith of the USTA Pacific Northwest Section is currently serving as Immediate Past President of the United States Tennis Association. He served as Chairman of the Board and President of the USTA from 2019-20, when he also served as Chairman of the US Open.
Galbraith has 14 years of service on the USTA Board of Directors, including one term as First Vice President, two terms as Secretary-Treasurer and three terms as an Elite Athlete Director at Large. He has served as chair of the Budget Committee and as vice chair of the Investment Committee. He also served as Treasurer of the strategic transformation of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, as well as for the construction of the USTA National Campus in the Lake Nona neighborhood of Orlando, Fla.
A professional tennis player from 1989-2000, Galbraith is a two-time winner of the US Open Mixed Doubles Championship. He ended 1993 as part of the No. 1-ranked men’s doubles team with partner Grant Connell and won the World Doubles Championship in 1995. Galbraith, a member of the 1996 Davis Cup team, finished his career with 36 doubles titles.
Galbraith is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and is currently Senior Vice President - Wealth Management for UBS Financial Service, Inc.