Julian played tennis professionally and in college before embarking on a career as a club professional. Julian brings the discipline and dedication of being a world-class competitor and over 30 years of private club tennis excellence to every engagement.
Julian draws on a lifetime of experiences with a wide-range of clubs, clients, competitions and organizations. His experience includes working at the prestigious Longwood Cricket Club (Boston, MA), the exclusive Palm Beach Polo Club (Wellington, FL) and being Director of Rackets for over 22 years at one of America's most distinguished private-club resorts, The Ocean Club (Key Biscayne, FL).
Julian received professional certifications from the USPTA and PTR, the PPR (Professional Pickleball Registry), The PPTR (Professional Platform Tennis Registry, USPTA Padel, as well as a Fitness trainer from AAAI/ ISMA and Spinning/ Indoor cycling.
Julian has been speaker in multiple industry events and conventions focusing in bringing 21st century technology and marketing to tennis. Julian thrives in the realm of finding ways to marry both traditional and digital media strategies together.
While Julian background is based in rackets sports, he quickly found his niche in executing digital media strategies, building brands, and providing social media guidance for tennis professionals, clubs and businesses.
Julian holds degrees and certifications in Digital Marketing with Google and Facebook Blueprint. He’s currently studying for a master’s degree in digital marketing at Florida International University.
What is more, Julian is the founder and CEO of First Serve Foundation, which he created in 2009, in his bid to touch lives, bring education, prosperity, and meaning to children in need around the world. First Serve Foundation was founded on the belief that we can pool resources to help the less privileged child get access to better education, health, and resources. First Serve Foundation has been providing, families with hope, education, health and the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty.