Staff | Administrative
Toni Wiley, Executive Director
of Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center
Toni Wiley has been Executive director of Sportsmen’s since 2008. Toni has brought nearly 10 years of nonprofit managerial experience, combined with over 15 years of executive experience in the corporate sector. Ms. Wiley’s unique blend of corporate and nonprofit experience make her an excellent choice to lead Sportsmen’s, a community–based non–profit club serving Boston’s low–income and minority neighborhoods for nearly 50 years. She holds Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Northeastern University. She resides in Dorchester, just minutes from Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center.
Camille L. Clark, Deputy Director
of Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center
Camille Clark has over 20 years experience in the Financial Services industry most recently serving as Director of Complex Securities Administration at Manulife Asset Management. If her name and face look familiar, it’s because she is also a long time Sportsmen’s volunteer and board member, and is featured prominently in the Sportsmen’s video describing our HEY Sister girls’ leadership program. Camille holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business and M.S. in International Affairs and Global Studies from Northeastern University. She is a life-long resident of Boston and currently resides in Roxbury.
Mary Long, Director of Development
A dynamic, self-directed contributor with over 30 years experience in non-profit services, with focuses in program development, fundraising, and special events coordination. Most recently with Bay Cove Human Services Development Office. Mary holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Communications from Regis College.
Carlos Telles, Director of Finance & Administration
Carlos has 15 years of experience in fiscal and administrative management in the non-profit sector including Director of Finance and Administration for Educators for Social Responsibility, a national education consulting organization and controller for La Alianza Hispana. His skills including audit oversight, collaborative budget development and management with senior managers and program staff, human resource management and fiscal reporting.
Kern Johnson, Operations Manager
A fixture at Sportsmen’s Kern is a jack of all trades. He can be found driving the van, coordinating class rosters, staffing the front desk, moving furniture and generally making things work. He is also a talented DJ.
Gayna Sealy, Program Coordinator
Gayna Sealy has been an active member and volunteer at Sportsmen’s since 2012, when she first started playing the sport of tennis. In 2015, she became the Program Coordinator and provides operational support to the Tennis, Enrichment, Community Outreach, Development, and General Operations areas of the club. She exhibits creativity and flexibility in helping to design the scope and reach of this position. Not unlike her previous career as an educator in independent schools! Ms. Sealy holds a B.A. in African American Studies from Smith College, and a M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Boston College. She immigrated to Boston 28 years ago, and currently resides in Hyde Park.
Sandra Almeida, Front Desk Associate
Sandra is the calm, daytime presence at the front desk during the week. She came to Sportsmen’s with 30 + years of administrative experience from BPS. She takes care of numerous administrative tasks while providing great customer service.
Maimouna was born in Senegal and moved to Guinea Conakry when she was 7 years old.However, her nationality is Guinean. She moved to America at the age of 14, and went to Washington Irving Middle and to Boston Community Leadership Academy for High School. Now she is attending Suffolk University and majoring in Criminal Justice. She enjoys cooking and meeting new people; loves to play soccer, travel and discover new places and new cultures. Maimouna is very cultural and enjoys making people smile.
Nicole Purvis was born and raised in Boston, MA and currently resides in Mattapan with her family. Presently working with Councillor Charles C. Yancey, as well Sportsmen’s Tennis and Enrichment Center, Nicole is ongoing activist for District 4 (Mattapan and Dorchester), and has an endless passion for making the community a better place. She also served on various community boards, such as President of the Dania Street Crime Stoppers, Business Manager of the Boston Chapter Alabama Organization, Rental Agent to the William E. Carter Post#16, and former secretary to the Ramsey/Toy VFW Post in Dorchester. Nicole has one beautiful daughter named La’Asia Dominique Trusty who is a freshman at Curry College, and takes pride in taking care of her mother. Nicole loves to read, dance and enjoy life to the fullest. She is a valuable asset to our community.