Mike Belangia has been the City tennis director for Greensboro for over 23 years. During that time his organization has run more than 600 tournaments including national and state championships. In 2001 he formed the Greensboro Tennis Program, one of the top junior training programs in the southeast. GTP is committed to providing opportunities for all kids in Greensboro to grow on and off the court. Mike has been fortunate enough to work with some the top pros in North Carolina history including Jim Winstead, Henry Hostetler and Jim Haslam.
Tony Mule is a USTA High Performance coach. Before coming to GTP Tony was the head pro at Green Valley Swim and Tennis. There he helped numerous players receive Division 1 scholarships. In his college career Tony played #1 at UNCG. While at GTP Tony has established himself as one of the top junior instructors in the nation. Tony works with many top Juniors, 9 playing at the National Level.
David Budler is one of our new exciting acquisitions! David was previously the Director of junior programming at Green Valley Park in Greensboro. David is a talented coach with great charisma and ability to breed confidence of playing for young players. He played at the collegiate level for Francis Marion in South Carolina, where he had a very successful career.
Kyle is a USTA High Performance coach. Kyle was a member of the Union Pines High School tennis team for four years and served as captain his senior year. Kyle played college tennis at Greensboro College for three years. He played #2, and 3 singles and #1 doubles while on the team, he also won MVP of his team two different years. While in college, Kyle ran his own tennis camp for two years back in Pinehurst over the summer. Kyle has now been a member of the GTP staff since 2013. Kyle co-runs the 12 and under Junior Elite Program and is the competition coordinator for GTP.
Zach is another coach currently training to become a USTA High Performance certified coach. Zach played 4 years of tennis at Ridgefield High School in Connecticut and served as a captain his senior year. Zach was ranked top 25 in the state for 16’s and 18’s. He then went on to play #1 singles and doubles for Ithaca College and Greensboro College. Zach started teaching when he was 14 years old. He taught tennis as an assistant for Weston Field Club, and Lakeside Field Club. His primary focus is in developing strong junior players.
Elaine Delgado has a Master’s degree in Education and has been teaching for over fifteen years. Over the years, she has been a Teacher Leader, New Teacher Mentor, and Teacher of the Year twice. Her belief in children developing their own learning style and growing to their full potential has led her to the GTP School.
Anne Shick has a Chemical Engineering degree from Clemson University, an MD from the Medical University of South Carolina, and did her residency in Family Medicine at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Association. Her two sons' passion for tennis and decision to pursue online schooling led her to the classroom. She brings energy, a love for learning, and an understanding of the adolescent journey to our middle and high school students.
Kim Wilson started her career as a fundraiser for Georgia Tech University student athletes (Alexander Tharpe Fund), served as the sales and corporate sponsorship manager for the Raleigh Senior ATP event, and has been fundraising for the South Carolina Junior Tennis Foundation over the past several years. She is also a certified trainer, nutritionist and yoga instructor. Kim’s passion in life is to help kids.
Dani Broadstreet is the Marketing Director for GTP Foundation. She works as a liaison to the USTA Foundation as GTPF is a National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) chapter and a USTA Excellence Team. She also serves as the GTPF point person for the USTA Foundation’s Capacity Building Program.
Dani holds a degree in Communication Studies/Public Relations as well as an MBA from UNCG. She has previous marketing and public relations experience in the chemical, textile, hospital and furniture industries. She is married to husband, Glen and has two boys.