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. She’s made a career of supporting kids through sport and has seen the difference first hand, that the lessons conveyed through athletics can make.
Barbara Farmer has been the General Manager of The Irvington Club for the past ten years. She’s a 4.0 player participating in several leagues, having discovered her passion for tennis a bit later in life. A member of the Northern Oregon Facilities Tennis Association, Friends of Grant Athletics, and Affiliate Member of The Nonprofit Association of Oregon, she’s involved in the game far and wide.
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.
Amina Moreau is the co-founder of Stillmotion and Sway Storytelling, 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 the GPTC is a fantastic combination of that spirit and giving back to the community through her favorite sport. Amina is currently a 5.0 player, working hard every day to break through her limits.
An adventurer with a penchant for giving back, Chris serves the Portland tennis community here at the GPTC as well as in his role as Recreation Supervisor at the Portland Tennis Center. Committed to bringing the game’s benefits to under-served communities, he works daily to bring new programs and opportunities to the regions of the city that are often left behind.
Having toured on the circuit, coached countless elite athletes, built educational programs, and run tennis clubs, Marsh is a veteran of the sport and has a unique perspective into its many facets. His drive to be successful as a tennis player carried over to teaching, growing the sport, and giving back to the community.