Staff | Administrative
Toni Wiley, Executive Director of
Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center
Toni Wiley has served as Executive Director of Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center since 2008. Her previous experience includes over two decades of corporate and non-profit leadership experience. Ms. Wiley currently serves on a national USTA committee working to build the capacity of inner city tennis and education organizations like Sportsmen’s, on the USTA New England Board of Directors, as president of the New England Tennis Association, and as a board member of the American Tennis Association. She grew up in Dorchester, just minutes from Sportsmen’s, and continues to reside in the area.
Director of Development
A dynamic, self-directed contributor with over 30 years of experience in non-profit services. Mary focuses on program development, fundraising, and special events coordination. Prior to joining Sportsmen’s Tennis and Enrichment Center, Mary lead Development efforts at Bay Cove Human Services and HESSCO Elder Services. Mary holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Communications from Regis College.
Director of Finance & Administration
Carlos has 20 plus 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. Carlos is fluent in Spanish.
Kern Johnson, Operations Manager
Kern Johnson has faithfully served as the Operations Manager at Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center for over 15 years. Kern works diligently to ensure that the facilities are in tip top shape for the enjoyment of our patrons. He is jack of all trades and loves what he does here at the club. Mr. Johnson is a welcomed fixture and our members and staff absolutely adore him. Kern is also a talented Dj of 20 years.
Naomi Thompson, Deputy Director
Naomi Thompson, comes to Sportsmen’s from the University of Rhode Island, where she served as Associate Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer. Naomi has a wealth of senior leadership experience at URI and at Northeastern University, always in positions that focused on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Naomi holds a Jurist Doctorate degree and practiced law in the City of Boston in several capacities before transitioning to academia.
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 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 30 years ago from Barbados, and currently resides in Hyde Park.
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. Sandra is a life-long resident of who enjoys traveling, gardening and playing competitive scrabble.
Front Desk Associate
A self-motivated administrative professional with over 30 years of front line office and customer service experience. When she’s not behind the desk, she enjoys being a foodie, barbecuing everything and challenging herself while playing video games. Although Hermina grew up in Mission Hill her heart belongs to Virginia where her extended family lives.
Jourdan S. Freeman,
Front Desk Associate
Jourdan is young administrative professional who brings a youthful, positive energy to Sportsmen’s customer service experience. Jourdan graduated from Boston Latin Academy with honors. While in High School Jourdan worked as Painter at Artists for Humanity.
Currently she is attending Leslely University, where her interests include the Social Justice Club and GSA.
In her spare time she enjoys reading novels and immersing herself in anime.