Southwark City Tennis Club needs a minimum of 3 Trustees but can have as many as 12. You can vote in favour of all the candidates as they are not competing against each other.
Adam is involved in the club as player and parent and was appointed as a Trustee in November 2016. As a journalist, he has had long stints at the Financial Times and The Times.
He is keen to help the club continue to broaden access to the game and inspire a love of sport in children.
Was appointed as a Trustee in November 2016 is a long time member of the club and is a qualified social worker.
Charlie was taught to play by his mum back in Wales. He has competed successfully in club tournaments notably winning the mixed doubles title and led the mens second team to promotion in the Aegon Surrey leagues
Standing as a Trustee Charlie is looking to improve the tennis experience for club members.
Martin is a local Southwark resident and member of the club and was appointed as a Trustee in 2016.
Born and grew up in Berlin. Lived and studied in Stuttgart and Chicago before moving to London in 1999. Works as an architect and professor for architecture in London and Münster, Germany. Married with three children, two of them active players at SCTC. Member at SCTC for the past 5 years.
Standing as a trustee I would look to work with the coaches to develop the youth programme and aim to work with Southwark Council to secure a stable long term framework for tennis.
Was appointed as a Trustee in November 2016 and is a local Southwark resident and member of the club.
Michelle works in marketing and communications, with a background in field marketing and events. She currently works in the housing industry but has previously worked with start-up companies.
She plays regularly at the club, taking part in courses, the ladder league and even the Club Championships tournament.