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  • 2017 Georgia Professional Tennis Association Director of the Year
  • 2014 Member of Vistage, an international CEO leadership group
  • 2014 Public Speaker at local high schools and universities
  • 2014 Graduate of Mikki Williams Speakers School
  • 2013-2015 Published tennis columnist for local, national, and international tennis magazines
  • 2012 Human Performance Institute graduate for Mental Toughness
  • 2012 CEO of Agape Academy Management Group
  • 2011 Certified USTA High Performance Coaching Program
  • 2011 Coach for USTA Training Center for nationally ranked juniors
  • 2010 Nominated for Head Professional of the Year by GPTA
  • 2009 Nominated Assistant Professional of the Year by GPTA
  •  2008 Won Program of the Year with Silvia Tennis Academy    
  • Dean’s List for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 GPA
  • 2006 - 2008 All Academic Team
  • 2006 Big South Conference Team Sportsmanship Award
  • 2003 – 2008 Competed at the Division I Collegiate level

Amy Pazahanick: Owner of Agape Academy, LLC 

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Amy has lived most of her life in the state of Georgia, where she grew up playing junior tennis.  Amy acquired a state, southern, and national ranking as a junior player and earned a college scholarship to Coastal Carolina University.  She earned numerous honors for her athletics and academics while at CCU. She was named an ITA scholar athlete, team MVP, and played in the 2007 NCAA Championships. After college, Amy immediately began teaching tennis with the intent of becoming a business owner.  She taught at Crooked Creek with Silvia Tennis Academy and eventually became the Director of Junior Development from 2008-2012.  She is certified by the USTA in Sports Science and High Performance Player Development.  Amy is also certified by the Human Performance Institute in Mental Toughness.  In 2012, she started Agape Academy in Milton, GA. Five years later, Amy was honored as the 2017 Director of the Year by the Georgia Professional Tennis Association.

Amy is  a member of Vistage, an international organization of business owners and leaders who get together on a monthly basis. In addition to teaching tennis and owning a business, she is a writer for Milton-Alpharetta and the tennis columnist for Canton magazine. Amy has also been published nationally and internationally for her tennis articles.