Alan Schwartz served as President and Chairman of the Board of the USTA 2003-2004, and was a USTA board member for twelve years. During his presidency, the US Open Series became a reality and relationships between the USTA and other tennis entities were dramatically improved. Other tennis board positions held include: Chicago District Tennis Association, Chicago Tennis Patrons, Tennis Industry Association, National Indoor Tennis Association, USTA Tennis & Education Foundation, International Tennis Hall of Fame and International Tennis Federation. Schwartz was inducted into the Club Industry Hall of Fame in 1987 and selected Tennis Industry Magazine “Man of the Year” in 2003. He founded and is Chairman of the Tennis Corporation of America (TCA), the largest owner and operator of indoor tennis facilities in North America. He co-authored the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) and authored the USTA mission statement “To Promote and Develop the Growth of Tennis”. As a player, Schwartz held national rankings as both a junior and senior player, captained his team at Yale, won seven state titles, eight national titles and two gold and one silver in the Maccabiah Games.