• Welcome to Amanda Tobin, New USTA Florida Tennis Program Coordinator (TPC)

    Amanda Tobin, a graduate from Kennesaw State University with a degree in Sports Management, always envisioned herself moving to Florida after college. Fortunately for her the position of Tennis Program Coordinator for the North Central Florida region became available and she joined the USTA Florida team in June 2010.

    Amanda was born and raised in Marietta, GA. She began her career with the USTA as a marketing intern during the summer of 2009 for the Southern Section. She then took a job as the Administrative Assistant for USTA Georgia and enjoyed learning about Adult Leagues, Junior Team Tennis, and QuickStart. She explained “Everyone I have met that is involved with the USTA has an incredible passion for tennis and makes me proud to be involved with such an amazing organization!”

    (L to R) Linda Green, Jeanette Parker, Amanda Tobin, Libby Smith, Christine Shurtleff, and Lee Johnson

    In her free time, Amanda enjoys reading, going to baseball games (she will always be a Braves fan no matter where she lives), spending time with friends and family, and hiking with her dog Georgia (a husky/shepherd mix rescue).

    In her role as Tennis Program Coordinator for North Central Florida, Amanda will work with the Local League Coordinators, Tennis Directors, Teaching Pros, Volunteers, and other tennis enthusiasts to promote, develop and grow USTA Florida’s flagship programs of League Tennis, Jr. Team Tennis, and QuickStart Tennis.

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