A Certified PTR Teaching Professional, Pamela A. Rendé, has taught tennis for over 18 years. Having started to learn tennis at the age of 5, Rendé's specialty is combining tennis and fitness for a lifelong well rounded approach to teaching the game of tennis to all ages and abilities.
Currently the Head Pro at Glenhardie C.C., Pam was formerly a teaching pro at the Philadelphia Country Club, Squash Instructor at Cabrini College, and Head Lifeguard & Swimming Instructor at the Upper Main Line YMCA.
She currently coaches the High school Boy's varsity Tennis at Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy in Bryn Mawr and various ranked tournament players. As Head Coach of Barrack Hebrew and formerly the Head Coach of the Girls and Boys Varsity Tennis Teams at The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, she led all teams to back to back winning conference tennis titles.
In addition to tennis, she is an accomplished squash player and triathlete; having represented Philadelphia women's squash three times at the Howe Cup Women's nationals. She is a past member of the National Squash Women's Advisory Committee. She holds the Professional PTR Certification Level, and is completing her Etcheberry tennis strength and training certification in 2/11.
Pamela holds all current FBI, State police and Child Clearance forms.
Pam attended the Country Day School of the Sacred Heart in Bryn Mawr. She graduated from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, majoring in English Literature and Fine Art; walking on and lettering in field hockey.
Pam currently resides with her husband and two rescued Galgo Españols, Mitzi and Pancho in Gulph Mills.
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David has been playing tennis all his adult life, and he has been teaching and coaching since 2007. He served as upper school head JV coach and as the middle school coach, for both the boys and girls teams, at The Shipley School 2007-2011. David conducted tennis clinics at Vernon Young Park in Ardmore for two summer (2007, 2008) as a volunteer with Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education and saw enrollment grow from 45 to 71 students over the two summers. Since 2008, David has been conducting tennis clinics and camps on the Main Line for the local parks and recreation departments.
Prior to 2007, David served as Upper Merion Township Parks and Recreation Director for 32 years, where he organized one of the only year-round, and indoor and outdoor public tennis programs in the nation. Upper Merion's tennis program offers instruction, competition, and recreational play. David hired instructors, purchased equipment, and oversaw construction of new tennis courts as well as the renovation of existing Upper Merion tennis facilities.
David holds all current FBI, State police and Child Clearance forms.