GENERAL MANAGER OF FACILITY OPERATIONS & SERVICES
Patrick Dreves is the General Manager of Facility Operations & Services for USTA Pacific Northwest, overseeing facility development and growth for the entire Northwest Section to include the states of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and the northern half of Idaho.
Dreves joined the USTA PNW staff following seven years as the Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at Lewis & Clark College. During his tenure, he was named ITA West Region Coach of the Year in 2015 and 2016 as well as Northwest Conference Coach of the Year for both the men’s and women’s teams.
Dreves joined the Pioneers staff following seven years at the Spokane Club where he served in multiple capacities, most recently as the Athletic Director/Director of Tennis. He also served as the Head Tennis Pro at North Park Racquet Club and Mill Creek Country Club.
As the co-founder of Oregon Elite Tennis with former ATP player Jonathan Stark, Dreves is no stranger to the Northwest. In addition to his college coaching career at Lewis & Clark, he has led College programs at Whitworth University, Linfield College and Eastern Washington University – earning four more conference coach of the year awards and multiple conference championship titles.
Patrick has served on the USTA Junior Competition Committee and Junior Coaches Commission for ten years, while also being a part of the USTA Regional training center coaching staff.
Monica Baker joined the USTA Pacific Northwest staff in May 2018. As the Operations Manager of Facilities, she oversees the day-to-day responsibilities for all USTA PNW facilities and closely works with off-court staff as well as the Director of Tennis to provide excellence in guest services.
Prior to joining the USTA PNW team, Baker served as the Associate Athletic Director for External Relations at Lewis & Clark College. During her tenure with the Pioneers, she oversaw financial support for the athletics department as well as the Department of Athletic Communications from 2007-2018.
As a member of the department’s administrative leadership team, she focused on developing a strategic plan for engagement, marketing and communications for Pioneer Athletics. Baker successfully implemented an annual giving program specific to the department’s 19 varsity sports teams, a membership and premiums program, season ticketing and a number of stewardship and cultivation events, including athletic homecoming festivities and the colleges annual Hall of Fame induction dinner.
Baker’s previous experience includes account management and non-profit event planning at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Wash.