A Georgia native, Brad learned squash in Atlanta, eventually playing for the Cornell Varsity team. He has taught more than 10,000 lessons over the course of 11 years. As an instructor, he focuses on tailoring information specifically to each individual player based on their skill level and goals. Lessons with Brad typically consist of 1) working to make improvements to technique and strategy 2) testing these skill sets under pressure and 3) implementing them in gameplay. Brad is experienced with All ages all skill levels.
Hope is a 10x National Masters Champion, a 4x British Open Masters Champion and has represented Team USA 3x in her unfinished career, earning gold medals in team and doubles play at the Pan American Championships in 2006. In addition, Hope co-captained the 1990 Harvard Women's Squash Team to a National Championship. She is a tireless player and advocate for the sport as she is certified as a Level 2 Coach and is currently pursuing her World Squash Federation Refereeing qualifications. Her enthusiasm is contagious and at nearly 50, she embodies the US Squash campaign "Fit for Life."
Charles Gertler played squash for the varsity squads at Harvard and Cambridge Universities, and has trained and played with world-class players from London to Kathmandu. He is currently a PhD candidate at MIT, and spends his time outside of the lab coaching squash in the Boston area from beginning to advanced levels. His global squash pedigree and academic focus reinforces the comprehensive player development strategy at INFINITUM.