Tennis Nova Scotia has named its new chief govt officer and judging by the information launch, TNS has served an ace within the hiring of Kurt Kamperman.
Kamperman, a global tennis govt and grasp skilled initially from Ohio, heads north from the US Tennis Affiliation (USTA) the place he was the chief govt of the USTA Nationwide Campus, the world’s largest tennis facility.
Throughout his 14 years because the USTA’s chief govt of neighborhood tennis, Kamperman oversaw the USTA’s efforts to extend tennis participation in the US. He helped develop and gained acceptance of purple, orange and inexperienced balls and blended line courts to draw and retain younger gamers to the game.
Kamperman, who has additionally served as president of the Tennis Business Affiliation and of the U.S. Skilled Tennis Affiliation, was an NCAA participant and coach at Youngstown State College.
He served as event director for the Household Circle Cup, has designed world-class tennis services and has consulted with golf equipment, resorts and tennis firms in an effort to spice up income.
“I’m excited to hitch Tennis Nova Scotia at this pivotal time when the affiliation helps to develop the game in communities and tennis services all through the province,” Kamperman mentioned in a information launch.
“Nova Scotia has a vibrant tennis neighborhood. I sit up for utilizing my expertise in creating neighborhood tennis to extend tennis participation in Nova Scotia and to make the game extra accessible to all.”
Kamperman will begin his new position as CEO on Nov. 2 after finishing his two weeks of self-isolation.