Enrique brings his extensive academic background and passion for adaptive sports to advance the Foundation's synergistic mission of combining athletics and research. He's currently a member of the USTA National Wheelchair Tennis Committee.



Vice President 

Evan Enquist is the Head Wheelchair Tennis Coach at the University of Alabama and is the tournament director for the Alabama Open ITF Futures Tournament. He has a masters degree in human performance and is currently a doctoral student at the University of Alabama. His primary research focuses are wheelchair tennis, coaching performance and measures of physical activity in less active populations.



Treasurer & Secretary

A practicing attorney in family law, Jordyn animates the Foundation's mission with her expertise in childhood education and interests in educational law and policy.



Board Member

Nick Taylor is one of the most accomplished quad wheelchair tennis athletes of his time. He is an eleven-time grand slam Quad Champion, winning seven U.S. Open titles and four Australian Opens. A multiple Paralympic Games medalist, Nick has represented the U.S. World Team Cup (the wheelchair equivalent of the Davis Cup) since 2000.
Nick is the recipient of numerous honors, including USTA Wheelchair Player of the Year and the UNIQLO Spirit Award. He also holds many leadership positions in the sport, including memberships in the USTA National Wheelchair Tennis Committee and the ITF Wheelchair Tennis Players Council.



Board Member

Shelby Baron was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. She is a professional wheelchair tennis player and represented Team USA at 7 World Team Cups and the 2016 Paralympics. Residing in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Shelby received a master's degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Alabama. She is currently the volunteer assistant coach for their wheelchair tennis team. Baron is PTR certified and has been coaching junior and wheelchair tennis players since 2013. She was named the PTR Wheelchair Professional of the Year in 2019. She is currently the Southern Regional Provider for Net Generation for wheelchair tennis and a member of the USTA National Wheelchair Tennis Committee.