From Squash Magazine

by Chris McClintick
Bill Broadbent, the longest serving US Squash Board and Committee member, recently stepped down from his position on the Investment Committee following twenty-five years of service, and a pioneering philanthropic legacy that laid the foundation for growth of junior squash, team squash and urban squash in the U.S. over the last three decades.
Broadbent has served on either the US Squash Board of Directors or a US Squash Committee from 1996-2021. During his time on the board, Broadbent chaired the then-active Junior Committee and founded—and contributed generously with his wife Camille—to the Junior Development Endowment for the association. In addition to his Board service, Broadbent helped modernize US Squash’s governance in 2007 by merging the endowment funds’ …
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