Jack Graham, QC to be inducted into Nova Scota Sports Hall of Fame
June 5, 2012
Jack Graham has built tennis locally, nationally and internationally for over 30 years. In 1981 he received the highest level of teaching designation from the US Professional Tennis Registry, which, at the time, was the largest organization in the world that certified tennis coaches. Starting as development coordinator for the Nova Scotia Tennis Association, he later became president of the association from 1995-2001.
During the three years he spent as Chair of Tennis Canada, he was responsible for revamping the entire Development Program and for opening training centres in Montreal and Toronto. In 2009 Jack became the first Canadian to be elected to the International Tennis Federation board of directors and he was re-elected in 2011.
A partner at Halifax law firm McInnes Cooper, Jack is a director of the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, while continuing to serve as a board member and vice-chair of Tennis Canada.
Jack will be inducted into the Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame on November 3, 2012.
Click here to view Jack’s newspaper announcement.
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