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About
us

 

Our Board

Tennis has given us so much — health, friendship, love, strength, and inevitably, the occasional strained muscle. We’re better because of this sport. Our board members bring their love of the game, and the community to this volunteer work with pride and gratitude.


 
 
 

Lisa Lynch—President

Lisa Lynch is a 4.5 player and has captained both USTA and City League teams. She is a past board member of The Irvington Club, and currently works as an event planner for The First Tee of Greater Portland at The Children's Course..

 
 
 

Barb Farmer—Vice President

Barbara Farmer, General Manager of The Irvington Club for the past ten years. 4.0 player participating in several leagues. Member of Northern Oregon Facilities Tennis Association, Friends of Grant Athletics, and Affiliate Member of The Nonprofit Association of Oregon.

 
 
 

Mike Stone—Secretary

Mike Stone is former director of Portland Tennis Center and has served as a board member and past president of GPTC for several years. He is a 4.0 player and competes in numerous leagues and tournaments. He recently published a book, “PDX10s, Tennis in Portland, Oregon, The Boom Years, 1886-1990.”


 
 
 

Anni Miller—Director

Anni Miller is a USPTA & PTR Master Tennis Professional: Lakeridge High School girls coach for more than 20 years including numerous state & district championships; former director Lake Oswego Tennis Center.


 
 
 

Eric Quiroz–Director

Eric Quiroz is the Director of Tennis at Portland Tennis Center, an 8 indoor, 4 outdoor public tennis facility. He is also in charge of all programming and maintenance of the 104 outdoor courts throughout the city of Portland. Eric holds a Bachelors degree in Sports Psychology and Philosophy as well as a Masters in Elementary Education. He is a competitive 5.0 player.

 
 
 

Amina Moreau–Director

Amina Moreau is the co-founder of Stillmotion and Muse, two companies that are committed to the meaningful impact of a well crafted message. Her passion is in combining the power of psychology and storytelling, and using that storytelling for good. The opportunity to work with GPTC is a fantastic combination of that spirit and giving back to the community through her favorite sport. Amina is currently a 4.5 player, working hard every day to break that 5.0 threshold and beyond.

 
 
 

Chris Mulcahy–Director

 
 
 

Scott Tamosunas–Director

 
 
 

Ainta Palidochuk–Treasurer