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Jay Massart
Executive Director
Jay Massart is responsible for the day-to-day operations of MTEF.  Under Massart’s leadership, MTEF has become a strong organization that impacts the tennis landscape in the Milwaukee area.
Winner of Wisconsin’s prestigious Bill Letwin Award in 2001 and the USTA Eve Kraft Award in 2003, for contributions to the community and ongoing development of tennis, Massart began teaching the game he’s played since childhood in 1983.  He is his 19th summer as the director of tennis at Milwaukee Country Club, and he has been a teaching pro at the Elite Clubs for 15 years.
Massart is one of only three USPTA Master Professionals in Wisconsin.  A member of the Midwest USPTA Hall of Fame, Massart is the current chair of the USTA NJTL National Committee and an at-large member of the WTA Management Committee.

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Diana Miramontes
Office Manager
Diana Miramontes studied computer technology at Mount Mary College and has worekd as an adminsitrative assistant for a number of companies and organizations, including Bell Ambulance, The Private Industry Council of Milwaukee County, and the Journey House Youth Center.  A Milwaukee native, Miramontes is fluent in both English and Spanish.

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Wendy Orthober
Controller

Wendy Orthober graduated from Miami Univerity (Oxford, OH) in 1989 with a degree in accounting. She received her CPA in Novermber 1989.  Orthober worked for the accounting firm of Ernst & Young in the audit department in Chicago from 1989-1990.
After getting married, she moved back to Milwaukee and worked for Marshall & llsley Corporation in the Internal Audit Division from 1990-1992.  Orthober moved into M & I’s Capital Market Group in 1992 as their CFO. 
In 2002, after her third child was born, Orthober “retired” from the CFO job and now works on a part-time basis as the director of investor realtions.









  

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Ahmad Young
6th Grader
Wedgewood Park Elementary
1st Year High Performance TEAM Participant

You can never discount the importance of
siblings. Brothers and sisters forever
linked by chance, friends by choice.

All one has to do is spend a few minutes with Lailah and Ahmad Young and it becomes apparent that these two siblings are the best of friends and that they share a special bond. This past summer, Lailah and Ahmad biked to Merrill Park every morning to participate in MTEF’s first-ever High Performance TEAM Academy.

Ahmad, 12, is a natural athlete who excels in basketball and baseball. He had never played tennis until he watched his younger sister, Lailah compete in Jr. Team tennis at Moorland Park Indoor Tennis Club last spring. Lailah, 10, was a first-year standout in MTEF’s High Performance TEAM program. She had just taken up tennis the previous summer and her Merrill Park coaches noticed her athletic ability almost immediately.


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