We have several outstanding individuals on our Advisory Board:

Alexander Smirnoff, CPA lost most of his hearing at age five and graduated from San Diego State University. He accomplished in the business arena. Alex started his career in Public Accounting with Ernst & Young and is now the Chief Financial Officer of Clayton Industries, a manufacturer of steam generators with multiple plants around the world.

Kevin Muno, retired Fireman / Paramedic, is thankful for his natural athletic prowess and realizes that his experience in multiple sports helped to build his self-confidence and helped him to become a leader.  He was an All-CIF Quarterback in Southern California who earned a scholarship to play at the University of Notre Dame.

Eliot Teltscher is a Grand Slam Champion 1983 (Roland Garros, French Open Mixed Doubles); was #6 World Ranked (1982), a USA Davis Cup Team Member (82, 83, & 85) winning THE Davis Cup in 82; and UCLA All-American 1977 & 78. When he retired from competition, he became a personal coach to professional tennis players Pete Sampras, Jeff Tarango and Justin Gimelstob; and between 1998-2010 he was with the USTA in various capacities including National Director of Player Development.

Vic Braden (1929-2014) was an international tennis luminary, renowned as an author, television commentator, tennis-ologist and teaching guru. Vic was a good guy & a visionary. Unselfishly, he sought to help the underserved & recognized the importance to be on DhhEAF’s Advisory Board. We owe him many thanks! Our opinion: Vic should be in the Tennis Hall of Fame.

DhhEAF is an approved project of Community Partner.