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Tim was hired by CitySquash’s Board of Directors in 2002 to launch and run the organization. Before joining CitySquash, Tim was a four-time All-American and two-time captain on the squash team at Harvard College, where he received a B.A. in 2000 in Comparative Religion and where he also played varsity soccer. After graduation, Tim competed on the professional squash tour for two years and played for the U.S. Men’s National Team. Tim has served on the board of U.S. Squash and is the chair of the U.S. Squash Doubles Committee. In 2005, Tim co-founded the National Urban Squash and Education Association, and in 2012 he became its second Executive Director, a role he holds concurrently while at CitySquash. Tim grew up in Cincinnati and lives in Manhattan.
Terence re-joined CitySquash as the Program Director in 2012. He previously worked at the organization from 2005-2007. As Program Director, Terence is responsible for managing the program staff and overseeing the daily programming for the students. Terence was a member of the varsity squash team at Yale University, where he received a B.A. in 2004 in architecture. After leaving CitySquash in 2007, Terence received both an M.Sc. in Economic History from the London School of Economics and an M.B.A from the Yale School of Management. After business school, Terence worked for two years in finance before returning to CitySquash. Terence grew up in Saskatchewan, Canada, where he was a competitive junior racquetball player, becoming both the Canadian Junior National Champion and the World Mixed Doubles Champion. He currently lives in Manhattan with his wife, Courtney, a former CitySquash Director of Placement.
Hannah joined CitySquash in 2012 as an Americorps VISTA member. As the Volunteer Coordinator, Hannah recruits and manages the CitySquash volunteer base. She also leads Middle School homework sessions staffed by volunteers. Hannah graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in History, Religious Studies, and Middle Eastern Studies, and a minor in Arabic Language and Literature in December 2011. The following semester she studied Persian Language in Iran at Al-Mustafa International University. Hannah was born and raised in Texas and now lives in Manhattan.
Al joined CitySquash in 2012. As the Director of Placement, she helps team members apply to independent schools and selective summer camps. Al graduated from Middlebury College in 2012 with a major in History and a minor in Education Studies. She has intern experience managing Everybody Wins! New York City’s summer programs and mentoring with Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City. At Middlebury, she served as a tutor to First-Year students and was a member of the Varsity Women’s Squash team, as well as captain her senior year. Al is from Rye, NY and lives in Manhattan.
Maura joined CitySquash in 2012. As Assistant Program Director, Maura focuses on development, communications and strategic planning for CitySquash. She also tutors, coaches squash, and runs CitySquash’s mentoring program. Maura graduated from Dartmouth College in 2011, majoring in Geography and minoring in Education and was a member of the Women’s Varsity Squash team. Before starting full time, Maura worked at CitySquash as an intern in the summer of 2011, and coached high school tennis at Packer Collegiate Institute. Maura was raised in Brooklyn and continues to reside there.
Esteban joined CitySquash in 2009. As Director of Squash, Esteban helps manage CitySquash’s squash practices, team matches and tournaments, and oversees the squash development of CitySquash’s team members. Esteban graduated from Los Andes University in Bogota, Colombia with a degree in History. Esteban competed on the PSA from 2005-2007 and has represented the Colombian national squash team three times. Prior to CitySquash, Esteban worked as a Squash Professional at Club @ 800. Esteban grew up in Colombia and lives in Long Island City.
Peter joined CitySquash in 2011. As Director of High School Academics and College Prep, Peter manages CitySquash’s high school academic program, providing a college preparatory and literacy curriculum, and also oversees the college prep, placement, and support program. Peter earned a B.A. in 2007 from the University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in History. Peter also earned his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the Klingenstein Center at Columbia University’s Teacher’s College. Prior to joining CitySquash, Peter taught 9th and 10th grade history and coached basketball and baseball at the Landon School, a college preparatory school in Bethesda, MD. Peter was born and raised in Philadelphia and currently lives in Manhattan.
Lily joined CitySquash in 2012. As Director of Middle School Academics, Lily designs the academic curriculum, oversees the afternoon academic sessions, conducts weekly book club sessions, and monitors the academic progress of the students. Lily graduated from Bates College in 2010, where she majored in Psychology and minored in Spanish. Prior to CitySquash, Lily spent one and a half years in Santiago, Chile, volunteering and working for VE Global, a non-profit organization that fosters the development of children at social risk. As VE Global’s Programs Coordinator, Lily organized and implemented education and recreation programs, while also mentoring teenage girls who were living in a residential home due to abandonment, neglect, and/or abuse. While abroad, she also traveled in Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, and Argentina. Lily grew up in Scarsdale, New York and currently lives in Manhattan.
Maya joined CitySquash in 2011. As Director of Elementary School Academics, Maya manages weekly academic sessions with her students, including a book club, private tutoring, and other enrichment sessions. Prior to this, Maya worked as a Pre-School Teacher’s Assistant at the Puerto Rican Action Board in New Brunswick, NJ. Maya also spent two years as a Case Manager for homebound senior citizens. Maya graduated from Rutgers University in 2009 with a major in Psychology and Spanish. She spent a semester living in Spain and has also traveled throughout Europe and to parts of Africa. While in Ghana, Maya had the wonderful opportunity of volunteering with City of Refuge, an agency dedicated to fostering victims of child slavery. Maya grew up in Northern New Jersey and now lives in the Bronx.
Bryan joined CitySquash in 2007. As Director of Squash, Bryan manages squash practices and oversees the squash development of CitySquash’s team members, leading a fitness program, guiding technical instruction and coaching at tournaments. He competed on the world professional squash circuit and was ranked as high as #2 in the country and #16 in the world. He was a founding member of the ISPA (International Squash Players Association), now the PSA. Bryan represented England in the Home Countries Team Championships, the European Team Championships and Great Britain in the Team and Individual World Championships. As a coach, Bryan has been the English boys squads Assistant National Coach, Head Squash Professional at the Squash Club at CHASS in Philadelphia and Head Squash Professional at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn Heights. He was also the director of the USA Junior National squads. Bryan has one son, John, and lives in the Bronx.