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USTA Annual Meeting

The USTA Board of Directors meets annually each spring to discuss the USTA budget, vote on rule change proposals, have committee meetings and hear from international guest speakers on various industry topics. USTA members and guests are welcome to attend the Annual Meeting.

Meet your USTA Officers and Directors

Recap from the 2021 Annual Meeting
The 2021 USTA Annual Board of Directors Meeting was held virtually over the span of a week, March 15-22, 2021. Click here for the newsroom article recapping the Opening Session on March 15, 2021. A recap of the closing session on March 22, 2021 may be found here

Opening Session Video

Committee Composition

Committee Reports

Closing Session Video

Rule Changes Adopted by the USTA Board of Directors (effective May 1, 2021)

Rule Change Proposals
Leading up to the Annual Meeting, there are 13 District Meetings held across the country, at which USTA members can meet with their local Directors, vote on rule change proposals and discuss USTA matters. The results from each District aide the Board of Directors in deciding whether to pass a rule change proposal by knowing how their constituents feel about each rule change presented.

Any current USTA member can submit a rule change proposal. The form is due at the end of August each year and can be found here.

Recap from the 2020 Annual Meeting
The in-person 2020 meeting was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. Several committees met via teleconference and their committee reports are listed below. Click here for a newsroom article recapping the meetings.

Committee Composition

Committee Reports

Rule Changes Adopted by the USTA Board of Directors (effective May 1, 2020)

Recap from the 2019 Annual Meeting
Committee Composition

Committee Reports

Rule Changes Adopted by the USTA Board of Directors (effective May 1, 2019)

 
 
 
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