Vote for the 2023-2024 SATA Board of Directors
Online voting will be available until 11pm on December 15, 2022. Voting members of SATA are defined as anyone who is 18 years or older at the time of voting, and who has played a USTA or SATA League, SATA Tournament, is a SATA Sponsor or Donor, and/or serves as a volunteer of the organization. One vote per member. In addition, members can vote at the General Membership Meeting on December 16th at Blanco BBQ: 13259 Blanco Road at 6:30 pm.
Please vote for the entire slate for terms beginning January 1, 2023 and ending December 31, 2024, with an Approve or a Do Not Approve.
Oscar Saenz-Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion: Oscar is a member of the Tennis Club of San Antonio (TCSA) and works as a Realtor at Vexit Realty. He has worn many hats over the years including being a high school tennis coach, which he found to be very rewarding. In this capacity he was able to give children in underserved communities exposure to tennis. Oscar is very personable and has some good ideas for DE&I. He believes in securing sponsorships for outreach and activities within the DE&I umbrella and is networked enough to do so.
Allison Hayne- City Liaison: Allison is a San Antonio native and grew up playing at McFarlin. She currently works as a Realtor for Phyllis Browning Company. She captains a 4.0 team out of San Antonio Country Club and is an avid tennis player. She has served on other non-profit boards, worked in retail and mentioned that she was on a SATA committee ‘a long time ago’. She was a player in bringing both the WTA and The American Cup to SA. Allison is ready to leverage her networks with the City of San Antonio and the local business community to help restore McFarlin as the premier tennis facility in the area.
Katie Kossman-Facilities Chair: Katie is a SATA league player who works as a Controller at Texas Heritage Bank. She is friendly, smart, ambitious, organized, goal oriented, enjoys volunteering and loves tennis. She has hands-on experience with non-profit organizations, fundraising and networking and as such is well poised to take on the role of Facilities Chair. Katie understands some of the challenges SATA faces in the area of Facilities, as well as some of the partnership opportunities that remain unleveraged. She has both the time and motivation to make a difference to SATA and help operationalize our mission to expand tennis in the San Antonio area.