Isabella Feinberg is the General Manager of the Goldman Tennis Center at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. She heads the San Francisco team and manages the day to day administrative details pertaining to the Goldman Tennis Center. Isabella is responsible for maintaining positive relationships with the SF Tennis Coalition, the SF Pickleball Community, the Rec and Park Department of the City of San Francisco, league captains, and community players. Isabella works closely with Director of Tennis Joe Noth to oversee all Lifetime Activities programs and instruction at the Goldman Tennis Center. Previously, Isabella worked as the General Manager for the Lifetime Activities location in Walnut Creek. Isabella has played tennis recreationally for most of her life. She started tennis lessons at the age of 6 and grew up taking lessons and playing for fun with friends and family. She still plays tennis socially and on occasion, participates in USTA local leagues. In her spare time, Isabella enjoys spending time with her husband and their mini goldendoodle Savannah.
As a Director of Tennis & Activities since 2011 Joe brings great energy and experience to our The Goldman Tennis Center. Joe’s enthusiasm and positive coaching style has helped thousands of players reach their goals and enjoy the sport of tennis & pickleball. When not on a tennis court Joe is rooting for the Raiders and enjoying time with friends. He holds elite and professional level tennis certifications with both USPTA and USPTR. He recently added pickleball USPPR certification to that list.
Sammy joins the Goldman Tennis Center's team after having worked at the Sunnyvale and Cupertino Lifetime locations. As the assistant general manager, he collaborates with the general manager to ensure smooth operations of the center and to support all staff in any way he can. Being a San Francisco native, Sammy is thrilled to be back in the city and is keen to work with its ever so diverse citizens. He enjoys spending time with his rescue dog, Molé, and cycling up the hilly streets of San Francisco.