Application Process for 2021-2022 USTA Florida Committee Terms Now Open

Nicole Hardenstine | June 01, 2020

USTA Florida is encouraging tennis volunteers who are passionate, innovative and strategic thinkers to apply to serve on one of the organization’s various committees. The application process for these volunteer positions is now open for the 2021-2022 term.


USTA Florida committees are comprised of dedicated volunteers who provide important direction for the organization’s work. From guiding big programs to ensuring financial oversight and stability, USTA Florida is seeking volunteers with diverse professional backgrounds to help the organization grow, serve its communities, and fulfill its mission to “Promote and Develop Tennis for All.”


“USTA Florida is an organization that wants to impact lives through the sport of tennis while also growing the sport,” said Dana Andrews, USTA Florida President-elect. “Whether your desire is to work with adults or children,  those with special needs or economically challenged, the requirement to volunteer is not that you are a great tennis player, but that you have a heart of service.  Your time will be well spent!”


Committees serve a two-year term beginning on January 1, 2021. The time commitment and experience needed varies by committee. Volunteers can bring their unique experience and skills to help shape the future of tennis in Florida in each of the committee choices below:


Awards Committee – The Awards Committee updates and improves awards, recognition and processes for all USTA Florida awards, including but not limited to those given at the USTA Florida Annual Meeting and Tennis Celebration Weekend (AMTCW) or any other section meeting or workshop (when applicable).


Budget & Finance Committee – The Budget & Finance Committee, with the aid of the Executive Director and other staff members, prepares a proposed budget for the forthcoming fiscal year and monitors the financial situation of the organization.


Bylaws & Governance Committee – The Bylaws & Governance Committee interprets the USTA Florida Bylaws, reviews and prepares proposed amendments to be presented to the Board of Directors, Organization Members and Delegates.


Grievance Committee – The Grievance Committee is responsible for enforcing the USTA Florida Bylaws, all rules and regulations and the standards of conduct, fair play and good sportsmanship. The Grievance Committee shall function as set forth in the Grievance procedures.


Investment & Audit Committee – The investment and audit committee’s role is to provide recommendations and oversight for the organization’s investment strategy, financial reporting, the monitoring of accounting policies, the oversight of any external auditors, regulatory compliance and the discussion of risk management policies with the Board and management. The committee is responsible for working with the Treasurer, Controller and Executive Director to complete the audit each year on time and to update financial and investment policies.


Leagues Committee – The Leagues Committee develops, enhances, promotes and administers USTA League Tennis for eligible players. The focus is on local competition with opportunities for championship play.


Officials Committee – The Officials Committee oversees all sectional officiating duties regarding the recruitment and certification of all officials within Florida. To be a member of this committee, you must be a certified USTA Official.


Committee applications are currently being accepted. The deadline to apply is June 30, 2020. Candidates who are interested in applying should review the committee charge and volunteer position descriptions before applying.


Click here to go to the application form


Application reviews and interviews will be conducted between June 30 – Aug. 30, 2020.


For more information on the committee application process or for more details about committee positions available, please visit www.USTAFlorida.com/Committees.

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