August 30, 2011

Kuni Matsuda

Ivy League Tennis Greater Washington DC Area


ICAS Advisor

ICAS Liberty Tennis Board

Dear Friend:

We are pleased to share with you that Kuni Matsuda (President, Ivy League Tennis Greater Washington DC Area) has been named, effective immediately, ICAS Advisor to the ICAS Liberty Tennis Board.

Kuni emigrated from Japan to pursue advancement of his urban design and architecture studies after graduating from Nihon University with a BSA and Tokyo University of Fine Arts (Tokyo Geijuts-Daigaku) with an MFA. Since graduating from urban design studies at Harvard Graduate School of Design with an MAU, he has worked on several major development projects at urban design/architecture offices. Presently, Kuni works at Konterra/Gould Property, a real estate developer, as a director of planning and design, overseeing significant projects in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Kuni is a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and with the National Council Architectural Registration Board and First Class Architect in Japan. He is a member of Urban Land Institute (ULI), International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Arts for Aging Inc. and various tennis activity organizations.

Outside of his career, Kuni formed sixteen years ago and currently organizes Ivy League schools alumni tennis as part of a networking and social event. He received special appreciation for organizing tennis events from Harvard School and Harvard Alumni Association. Kuni is a board of trustee member for AFTA, a non-profit organization that assists the elderly in the metropolitan area. Several years ago, Kuni took initiatives as AFTA’s tennis benefit event chairperson. He has received numerous accolades for his outstanding leadership of AFTA’s tennis activities.

The ICAS Liberty Tennis Classic Invitational is administered by Chi Wan Kim, (Commissioner) and it is part of the ICAS Tennis Education programmes under the aegis of the ICAS Youth Academy.

"Invest in Youth Development " is the mission.

Thank you.