Megan Rose is the Managing Director of Major Events for the United States Tennis Association. In this role, Megan is responsible for the promotion, operation, and strategic direction of the USTA’s professional tennis assets including the US Open Series, the Davis Cup & Billie Jean King Cup, Pro Circuit, World Team Cup, the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Pan American Games, Parapan American Games, and Laver Cup. Megan is also responsible for the successful operation of the US Open Wheelchair Championships and the US Open Junior Championships.
In addition, Megan also serves as Team Leader for USA Olympic Tennis. In this role, she is responsible for the organization and planning of all team eligibility, activities and logistics for Tokyo 2021, and serves as the USTA’s NGB liaison to the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee.
Megan received a B.S. in Sport Administration in 2005 from the University of Miami. During her tennis career at Miami, she was a 5-time NCAA All-American, ITA Player of the Year, and ITA National Indoor Champion. In recognition of her illustrious career as a student athlete, she was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in 2016. Megan then competed on the WTA Tour before retiring to pursue her Master’s Degree in Journalism and Media Studies at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg.
After her playing career, Megan served as the Head Coach of Women’s Tennis at Princeton University, where she led the team to an Ivy League Championships and a Top 50 ITA Ranking in 2009.
Prior to joining the USTA, Megan was the Senior Manager of Member Relations at the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) with a focus on tournament operations and player relations. During this time, Megan was the Tournament Director for the 2015 WTA Rising Stars Invitational and developed and implemented the WTA Coach Program.
Megan serves on the Advisory Board for The IX Newsletter, is a member of Women in Sport and Events Greater Orlando Chapter, and a graduate of the WISE Executive Leadership Institute through the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Megan lives in Orlando with her husband, Jesse, and her two children, Lola and Kane.