Alison Lane, Director of Racquets at Collier's Reserve, is a graduate of Dartmouth College where she was a 4-year starter on the Women’s Lacrosse Team.
Alison’s love of teaching tennis has taken her career all over the world from Puerto Rico and the Caribbean to Australia and the Ukraine. She is a graduate of the Peter Burwash International (PBI) program that teaches tennis professionals the importance of customer service, planning tennis programs and clinics, and the overall business of running a tennis / racquets operations. PBI has managed the tennis operations at many of the top hotels, resorts and clubs around the world. Alison came highly regarded as “one of the best female tennis players in SW Florida” by the notable Directors of Tennis in the area. Prior to her move to Naples, Alison helped to develop a comprehensive tennis program from the ground up at Dorado Beach Resort and Club in Puerto Rico. Over her three year tenure, she coordinated junior programs, performance programs, daily clinics, men’s and women’s leagues and lessons. She currently plays on the Fort Myers pro-league team and is ecstatic to become our new Director of Racquets.
Alison’s interests include travel, painting, sculpture and all sport related activities. She and her husband, Adam, who is a tennis professional at Bonita Bay Club, live in the area with their daughter Kayden, 6 and their son Wyatt, 4.