Southeast Washington, DC – Washington Tennis and Education Foundation

Community Program

Washington Tennis & Education Foundation

200 Stoddert Place SE

Washington, DC 20019

When registration is full or closed, fill out our Washington DC Metro area interest form.

Program Dates

Fall 2023

Saturdays

November 11, 18

December 2, 9, 16

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (ages 6-18)

Financial Info

$100*

* $50 for Ward 7 residents

Scholarships
ACEing Autism strives to keep costs affordable for families and can provide an ACEing Autism scholarship to families in financial need. We also offer information on the Dick’s Sporting Goods Grant for those that qualify.

Program Directors

Hannah Yoo

Hannah grew up playing tennis and played on her high school team all 4 years as well as playing intramural tennis throughout college and graduate school. Hannah is a certified tennis instructor and has taught tennis as a volunteer at her local rec center and as of fall 2022 through ACEing Autism. Hannah is the new program director for the SE DC campus, and is excited to share her love of tennis with the wonderful neurodiverse children in her community. When Hannah is not playing tennis, she is working at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and going for walks in her Logan Circle neighborhood. Hannah was born and raised in Los Angeles and Seattle but has called DC home since 2004. 

Andrea Motley

Andrea started her involvement with ACEing Autism as a volunteer in the Fall 2022 and is now the co-program director for the Washington, DC WTEF SE Campus. Andrea is an avid tennis player and has been a member of USTA since 2008 playing on several teams throughout the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia). She is excited to share her passion for tennis and helping others with this wonderful community!  Andrea is an Air Force brat, and was born in Key West, Florida. She lived overseas in Germany, Japan, and Turkey until her family moved to the DC Metropolitan area. She holds a B.S. in Information Systems from Morgan State University and a Master’s in Computer Systems Management from the University of Maryland.  Currently, she works at the Bureau of Labor Statistics as an IT Program Manager. Andrea is eager to utilize her passions, life experiences and skills to grow and enhance this program.