USTA Pacific Northwest | September 18, 2020
USTA PNW Committee Members serve a 2 year commitment. We are in the 2021-2022 term (January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2022). Committee members help advance USTA PNW’s strategic plan by working on specific committee charges. Members attend and participate in meetings, and take on tasks that pertain to committee projects.
How to Apply
Applications for the 2021-2022 term can be found here. Entry deadline is 10/26/20. Review the list of available USTA PNW volunteer committees and their individual charges and responsibilities below.
Background Information for Committees
Committees & Charges
Adult Competition: Develop and refine USTA/PNW rules and regulations within parameters of USTA National League Regulations. ADVERTISEMENT Develop and refine USTA/PNW Adult Tournament and Tennis on Campus Regulations.
Self-Rate Appeals: To review and decide upon all USTA League Self Rate Appeals within the parameters of USTA National League Regulations and Guidelines.
Grievance/Sportsmanship: To review, process and decide upon all adult and junior grievances and sportsmanship complaints. SUB COMMITTEES (Assigned as needed) - Junior sportsmanship, NTRP Dynamic Disqualification Review Committee, Local League Grievance Committee, Championship Grievance Committee, NTRP Grievance Committee, Grievance Appeal Committee.
Medical Appeal: To review and decide upon all USTA League Medical Appeal within the parameters of USTA National League Regulations and Guidelines.
Scholarship: To evaluate and select recipients for budgeted scholarships in the areas of competition, USTA PNW operated facilities, and Rec Tennis. Assist with development and evaluation of recreational scholarship policy and best practices as needed.
Junior Competition: To develop/refine rules, regulations and policies surrounding competitive junior play, including player development, JTT, and tournaments. SUB COMMITTEES (Assigned as needed) - Coaches Commission (assist with activities for Player Development, i.e. National Team Selection).
Development (Fundraising): To help advance the USTA PNW mission through the effective engagement of individuals, corporations and foundations with the capacity to contribute valuable resources vital to our success. Resources may include significant cash donations, sponsorships, grants and in-kind donations.
Historical: To preserve the rich history of tennis in the Pacific Northwest and assist with researching submitted nominees for HOF, as needed.