STACEY ALLASTER WAS A TENNIS MANAGER FOR TEAM ONTARIO AT THE 1989 CANADA SUMMER GAMES IN SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN.
Currently the Chief Executive, Professional Tennis with the United States Tennis Association (USTA), Stacey also serves as the US Open Tournament Director – the first woman to hold this position. Before her role with the USTA, Stacey’s professional career highlights include serving as the Chief Executive Officer of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), Vice President of Marketing at Tennis Canada and the Tournament Director of the Rogers Cup. A champion of diversity and inclusion initiatives, Stacey continually secured record- breaking and precedence-setting sponsorship agreements and established impressive revenue generation streams.
Notably, during her time with the WTA, she played an integral role in securing equal prize money at Wimbledon and Roland Garros, oversaw the global growth of the women’s game to 54 events in 33 countries, secured a record number of new sponsors, and helped grow women’s tennis in the Asia-Pacific region.
Stacey was inducted into the Rogers Cup Hall of Fame in 2011 and named a Companion of the Order of Canada in 2022.
Watch Stacey's full induction video HERE.