PROJECT GREEN BALL HAS CEASED OPERATIONS. WE CONTINUE TO MAINTAIN THIS PAGE FOR HISTORICAL PURPOSES. IN THE MEANTIME, IF YOU HAVE TENNIS BALLS TO DONATE, PLEASE SEND TO RECYCLEBALLS.ORG – https://www.recycleballs.org/
Project Green Ball Ambassadors are regional leaders who are passionate about tennis and the environment. Ambassadors are advocates who volunteer their time to promote Project Green Ball and facilitate the collection and recycling of tennis balls. They lead our efforts throughout the United States to recycle tennis balls into useful end products.
Current Ambassadors include:
Brandon Still – Brandon is a tennis coach in the Detroit area at the Eastside Tennis and Fitness Club. He has spent a lot of time volunteering with therapeutic riding programs for mentally handicapped children and understands the value of therapeutic riding programs. In addition to the Eastside Tennis and Fitness Club, Brandon has already enlisted Lochmoor Country Club, The Grosse Pointe Hunt Club, and the Albion College tennis team to donate dead balls to Project Green Ball. Brandon is Project Green Ball’s Michigan Ambassador.
Robert Ma – Robert is a tennis enthusiast, architect and maintains a global role at MMoser Associates – leading the firm’s Sustainability Initiative. Rob plays at various locations in New York and is in the process of building a community of tennis enthusiasts through the Brooklyn-Manhattan Tennis Meet-Up Group. Robert is PGB’s NYC area Ambassador.
Alex Heil – Alex plays tennis in the Gladiator Tennis league, which expects 800 players this year in the Chicagoland area. He works in marketing for a medical non-profit with over 50,000 members worldwide. He is passionate about tennis and helping others, much like his idol, Andre Agassi. Alex intends to organize the donation of balls from Gladiator tournaments and from Chicago area clubs. Alex is PGB’s Chicago area Ambassador.
Margot Carter – Margot grew up in the English Countryside playing tennis almost every day, and ended up in the USA with a scholarship to play Division 1 Tennis. During this time she obtained a Masters in Environmental Biology and is passionate about bringing together this green initiative with the Tennis world. Margot now coaches tennis in the Middle Tennessee Area.
If you would like to serve as an Ambassador for Project Green Ball or volunteer to help an Ambassador, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.