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Carey Washington, of Columbia, is in his twelth year with USTA South Carolina. He is currently, in addition to his role as a Presidential Appointee on the USTA SC Board of Directors, serving as Chairman of the newly formed Special Populations Tennis Committee for the association.

His duties as a tennis official go back over a decade. He served for 10 years on the USTA National Officials Committee, and he chaired the Southern Officials Committee. He has been officiating for the U.S. Open since 1995. He was named both Southern Tennis Official of the Year and South Carolina Tennis Official of the Year.

For USTA South Carolina in years past, Washington served as chair for USTA-SC’s Discipline and Grievance Committee, part of the Management Committee and officer-in-charge of the Multicultural, Community Development and Wheelchair committees.

In 2003, he played on three men’s league teams, including two 4.5 men’s teams and a 4.0 team.

For 20 years, Washington has maintained an expansive career in the field of psychology. He received his B.A. in psychology and minored in sociology at Newberry College. He has an M.S. in rehabilitation counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University. His Ph.D. is from the University of South Carolina in counseling psychology and a minor in rehabilitation and social work. He completed post-graduate studies in Adlerian psychology and became certified in psychotherapy at the Adler Institute in Chicago.

He and his wife Lynn have two children, both of whom are avid tennis players.