Katrina Adams, current chairman of the Board and President of the USTA, and also the first African-American, former professional tennis player and youngest person to become president of the USTA, speaks about the still skewed number of boys to girls in tennis both on the court and in the boardroom, ...Read more as well as the gender inequality still seen today, partly as a result of overused stereotypes.
Katrina delivers an inspirational and motivational message about creating and promoting a player and professional pathway in tennis that breaks the glass ceiling and aims for women to be as equally represented as men both in number and status at all levels of our sport.
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