New England

Patti Roy Leaving USTANE

August 25, 2020

It is with sadness we announce that after 33 years with USTA New England, Patti Roy will be leaving the organization.


Although Patti would not want the spotlight on her, she has made an enormous impact on her coworkers, colleagues, and countless members of the New England tennis community during the time she has been with the organization.


Patti began her career with USTA New England 33 years ago as the schedule and rankings coordinator. Knowing very little about tennis at the time, her openness and willingness to learn are what led to her early success. Since then, she has taken on four different roles with the organization, including most recently, office manager, where she has been an integral part of the day-to-day operations.   


Patti’s most notable contributions in recent years include spearheading the coordination of our Hall of Fame induction and annual awards ceremonies. She did everything from booking venues, food and flowers to working one-on-one with the recipients and inductees to make sure they felt appreciated. Knowing she helped make their day always put a smile on her face.


She also served as the liaison to the board of directors for the staff. In that role, she organized board meetings and helped whenever needed with board matters. The relationships she has made both in and outside the organization will be felt for years to come.


Thank you, Patti, for all you’ve done for tennis in New England! You will be greatly missed!


Read more about Patti's time with USTA New England here

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