Feldman to join USTA Southern

June 16, 2016

ATLANTA – Andrew R. Feldman has been hired as Director of Community Development by USTA Southern, announced USTA Southern Executive Director and COO John Callen.

Feldman, currently of Greensboro, N.C., worked as USTA Senior Manager for Volunteer Development from 2003 to 2014. He has served as the University of North Carolina-Greensboro Assistant Director for Leadership Development since last November.


Feldman holds a Master of Business Administration in Strategic Management from Pace University, a Master of Science degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Virginia. He also served on the USTA Mentoring and Diversity & Inclusion Leadership teams. Feldman brings teaching experience at the University of Vermont, Colorado State and the Augusta Preparatory Day School in Martinez, Ga.

He has made numerous notable presentations or published papers to USTA and other audiences covering volunteer development, customer service and employee relations. Presentations include “Consulting: What Is It and Why Are We Doing It” training for UNC-G Peer Leader Educators and “USTA: Who We Are, What We Do” lecture to a New York University sports management class and a visiting international delegation.

“We are very fortunate to add a person with Andrew’s extensive experience,” said Callen. “His knowledge of USTA organizations, programs, volunteers and staff will make him an extraordinary resource for our members and volunteers.”

“I started my professional career working in the worlds of non-profit and education, first with high school students and then at the university level, encouraging students to be engaged as active citizens and involved with their communities,” Feldman explained. “I am excited to return to the USTA family now with USTA Southern. It’s like coming home, having spent time living in both Georgia (Augusta) and North Carolina.”

Feldman will serve as the staff liaison to local organizations, called community tennis associations. He will also spearhead volunteer recruitment, customer service and meeting management. He is scheduled to start on July 19.