David co-founded Universal Tennis Academy with Tim Noonan and David Stolle in 1996. Originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, David Played his college tennis at Vanderbilt University, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Development and a Master’s Degree in Education and Marketing. David was also was a two-time captain of the tennis team and SEC Champion. After college, David played for a few years on the ATP Tour.
Over the years, David has enjoyed working with kids of all ages and abilities. Some of the stand-out players that David has developed over the years include: Bobby Reynolds, Raian Luchici, Jordan Delass, Ross Beall, Cargill sisters, Jenkins brothers and Andrei Duarte. David’s passion continues to be helping students reach their tennis goals whether it is making the high school team, college team or just having fun with the sport.
David also co-founded the Chattahoochee Foundation with Tim Noonan and David Stolle back in 1999. They have spent nearly 20 years creating tennis opportunities for underprivileged kids in the Atlanta area. The Foundation merged in 2018 with AYTEF so that they create even more opportunities in the future. They are currently using Fair Oaks Tennis Center to run programs which include an After-School education/tennis/nutrition program.
David is married to an Atlanta native M.A. Glenn and they have two daughters Sumner and Ella. When there is a little free time in the schedule, David enjoys boating, golfing, playing the guitar along with spending time with his friends and family.
Work in the Community:
– Co-founded Chattahoochee Foundation in 1999 with Tim Noonan and David Stolle
– Director of Tennis for the Special Olympics from 2013-2015
– Active participant in the Atlanta Youth Tennis and Education Foundation (AYTEF) fundraisers
– Coached children at Ron Clark Academy Tennis Academy for 10 years