Carey Anderson

Buffalo, NY | Candidate to serve as a Class 4 Director

Carey has been actively involved in squash for four decades. A retired partner and commercial broker with J.R. Militello Realty in Buffalo, NY, Carey has extensive corporate and nonprofit volunteer experience. Carey served US Squash as the inaugural committee chair of the Board of Review from 2007- 2012 (now the Judicial Committee) and recently stepped down as Board Chair of 716 Squash, the squash and education program that launched in 2017 in Buffalo. Carey’s husband Gordon, now retired, was a top playing professional in the 1980’s and founded Anderson Courts. The company in its 30+ years installed well over 1,000 squash courts in the U.S. before he sold the business.  Their daughters Mollie (first DeRoy Junior Sportsmanship recipient) and Phoebe were well known juniors and played for Trinity and Brown respectively.

Carey grew up in Gettysburg, PA and played field hockey and was also a competitive swimmer. She transferred from Roanoke College and graduated with a BA from the University of Florida.