USTA Missouri Position Changes
Two familiar faces within USTA Missouri have new positions with the USTA Missouri Valley.
Former USTA Missouri Tennis Service Representative Lindsay Hall is now the Community Play Manager. As the Community Play Manager, Lindsay will be working with the Districts, their communities, and local field staff. She will be managing and developing Net Generation programming, local play opportunities and partnerships (including school programs, school partnerships, community programs and engagement, entry-level play opportunities), and Community Tennis Associations (CTAs).
Also, Alyssa Stelmach joins the USTA Missouri Valley as its Manager of Adult Leagues. Stelmach was formerly the Community Recreation Supervisor at Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield. Alyssa will manage all aspects of the Section Adult League program, including promoting the adult pathway and working with the District League coordinators.
USTA Missouri Valley is seeking a Tennis Service Representative to serve within USTA Missouri. The goal of the position is to increase participation in tennis by promoting, developing and servicing tennis programs in a designated geographic area through the establishment of strong relationships with the local delivery system including tennis and non-tennis facilities and organizations. To learn more about the position, click here.