Katrina Adams, USTA Immediate Past President & VP, International Tennis FederationChampions of Change: The RISE Podcast
Katrina Adams shares her experience after testing positive for COVID-19, and talks about the impact the global pandemic is having on the tennis world. Adams was the youngest, the first African-American and the first former professional player to serve as President of the United States Tennis Association. She's currently Vice President of the International Tennis Federation. We discuss her groundbreaking career, experiences with racism, the legacy of tennis players like Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe driving social change and her efforts to make the game more inclusive and promote racial and gender equity.
03/31/20 • 35 min
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