OWNER | CEO
AMY PAZAHANICK, PTR & GPTA
Amy is the founder of Agape Tennis Academy. She enjoys reading, writing, coaching, learning, helping others, speaking, traveling, tennis, golf, business, music, and spending time with loved ones.
- Division I Collegiate tennis player at Coastal Carolina University
- Participated in the NCAA Championships
- Ranked top 50 in the nation as a collegiate player
- Certified in Sports Science, High Performance Player Development, and Mental Toughness
- Tennis columnist for local, national, and international magazines
- Founder of Agape Tennis Academy in 2012
- Director of Tennis at White Columns Country Club 2012-2016
- 2016 Community Outreach Program of the Year
- 2017 Tennis Director of the Year for Georgia
- 2017 10 and Under Program of the Year of Georgia
- 2018 Georgia Professional Tennis Association Program of the Year
- 2019 PTR Georgia Member of the Year
- 2019 Tennis Media Group Organization of the Year
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Annie Freeman brings an interesting decades-old mix of tennis experience and hospitality to her role as Chief Operating Officer for Agape Tennis Academy. She started playing tennis at the age of seven and has continued playing ever since. Annie was the captain of her Marist School team that won the National Championship for Tennis.
After studying engineering at Marquette University, for more than 25 years she combined her work as a popular sports bar employee with managing, merchandising and systems for Serious Tennis and Berkeley Hills Country Club. In addition to her challenging work with the expanding Agape Tennis Academy, Annie and her husband also help homeowners clear their houses of clutter and organize estate sales. They now live in Lilburn with their daughter, Maddux, and 2 fur babies, Shadow and Bowie.
Moses manages all of the Agape tennis centers in GA and CA from a business and social media standpoint. He was born in New Delhi, India and came to the United States when he was three years old. Moses started playing tennis at the age of twelve and quickly became a highly ranked JR player in the state of Georgia and the Southeast. He was recognized as the Gatorade Tennis Player of the Year for Clayton County during his high school career.
Moses earned a scholarship to play tennis at Piedmont College, where he was the number one singles and doubles players for three of his four years. He was the two time all conference player of the year for Piedmont College and won the conference championship in 2011. After graduating with a degree in Sports Marketing, he was the assistant Men's and Women's tennis coach at Piedmont college until 2015. He also completed his Masters in Business Administration during his tenure as assistant coach.
In addition to tennis and business, Moses is also an actor who is represented by Privilege Talent Agency. He loves to workout, play all athletics, travel, nature, and hanging out with his Siberian husky. Oh, and his favorite tennis player is Roger Federer.