Thanks for visiting. You can check out some resume nuts and bolts below, but perhaps the most important thing to know about me when it comes to my job is that I'm passionate about making sports stories interesting, relatable and memorable for audiences around the world.
Growing up the daughter of a tennis pro in South Florida, I had the opportunity to spend countless hours on the tennis court. After playing collegiately for Rice University and graduating with degrees in Economics and Managerial Studies, I worked as a development consultant for a tennis club startup while teaching tennis to players of all ages and skill levels. During that time, I took an opportunity to do some written tennis coverage on the side.
My career path from there has been an unorthodox one, but I wouldn't change a thing. From the media rooms at the majors to hosting on some of the most famous courts in the world, I absolutely love what I do for living...
Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, ATP Finals, WTA Finals, Laver Cup, Fed Cup, TieBreak Tens, Indian Wells, Miami, Cincinnati, Washington D.C., Delray Beach, Houston and Newport
TENNIS Magazine, TENNIS.com, espnW.com, ATPTour.com, WTATennis.com, TennisNow.com, Sacramento Bee, Springfield News-Leader, Parent Dish and more
On Camera/Radio/Podcast: ESPN, Tennis Channel, USTA Broadcast, BBC5 Live, No Challenges Remaining, Match Point Canada, Cracked Rackets, Thirty Love
Work Linked By: Daily Beast, Grantland, Baseline
Played Division I tennis for Rice University, rising to a career-high ITA rank of No. 30 in the country. Led the Owls to their first conference championship in school history, also picking up C-USA Player of the Year and Rice University Female Athlete of the Year honors. Earned a WTA doubles rank and collected WTA singles points playing ITF events during college. Certified at the highest level by the USPTA, and produced a series of popular instruction videos with over one million total views.