Katrina Adams played professional tennis for 12 years on the Women’s Tennis Association’s tour. In 2015, she became Chairman of the Board and President of the United States Tennis Assocation, making her not only the first former player to rise to the post, but also the first African-American and the youngest person to become president in the organization’s 135 year history.

What Adams wishes she had done differently in her youth:

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