She Brings 27 Years of Experience to Pickleball For All
I started playing pickle ball in the fall of 2014. I watched the passion that Jim had playing the game and thought to myself, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.’ I don’t place as frequently as Jim, but I, too, love the sport.
Twenty-seven years of my working career I worked with the blind and visually impaired. For seventeen of those years I was the Director of The Commission for the Blind Program in Massachusetts. I managed a $1.3 million budget and I successfully encouraged and taught blind and deaf blind individuals to lead productive lives
Based on all those years of experience I see pickleball as an opportunity for all individuals: people with physical limitations, young, and old. I think it’s a great sport for everybody to get involved in to lead a healthy lifestyle.
I have also worked with Jim on our sailboat doing charters in Boston Harbor. That was fun!
I have a daughter, son, daughter-in-law and three granddaughters who are all getting involved in pickleball.
I encourage you to try pickleball. I’m sure you will love it too and see the positive benefits of the game.
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