Can you tell the Tasmanian Tennis Community a bit about yourself and your background?
I grew up in Exeter and Longford, and played tennis from my early teens for both those clubs in the City and Suburban Competition.
I also played tennis for my school, St Patricks College.
I moved to Hobart in the mid-1980’s and soon joined the Domain Tennis Club, where I’m still a member today.
I have had a role on the Domain Tennis Club board and sit on the board and marketing committee of St Virgil’s College.
My work experience of over 30 years across the public and private sectors has been developed in multiple roles in business development, sales, marketing and communications.
I am currently the CEO at Old Kempton Distillery.
What attracted you to a position on the Tennis Tasmania Board?
Being on the Board provides an opportunity to use my skills and experience in management and marketing to help grow the game of tennis.
If you could describe your playing style in one word, what would it be?