Executive Board

Sergio Becerra


Born Colombia

A publicist and marketing expert, Sergio Becerra has been an active squash player since he was eight years old. Sergio began his administrative involvement in the sport as a squash director in regional league. Since then he has served as the Secretary General of the Colombia Squash Federation for four years, then as Vice President for four years, and was elected President of the federation in 2019. Sergio also has served as President for the South American Squash Federation for the last two years.

Esteban Casarino

Vice President

Born Paraguay

Esteban brings extensive leadership, player, and coaching experience, speaking four languages (English, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish) with skills in innovation, competence, and commitment. Esteban Casarino was Paraguay’s #1 Player for 22 years (1992 – 2013). He participated in 9 Pan American Championships, 5 Pan American Games (4 as an athlete and 1 as a coach), 2 South American Games as an athlete, and 2 Bolivarian Games. Throughout his career, he defeated a #1 National player from every country in Pan America except Canada and played on tour in more than 25 countries worldwide.



Born Canada

Lolly embodies a lifetime of passion and commitment to squash. She has been involved in the sport for almost 40 years, as a player, a builder, and a volunteer. Alongside her impressive success in hardball doubles, with 60 titles across various categories, Lolly has held significant roles in organizations like Squash Canada and Squash Ontario. She has also been recognized with several awards and was inducted into the Canadian Squash Hall of Fame. Outside of squash, Lolly is a prominent figure in the real estate industry in the Greater Toronto Area.


Vice President - North America

Born United States

Renato Paiva, an American citizen born in Brazil, excels as both a junior player and squash coach. He currently leads Access Youth Academy, an organization focused on youth development through sports and education. Renato, recognized for his commitment and leadership, has received awards for his work, including the 2011 Coach of the Year Award in Washington DC. His dedication to inspiring and supporting the next generation of squash players makes him a prominent figure in both sports and youth development.



Born Jamaica

Karen Anderson is the President of Jamaica Squash, where she has made significant contributions to the sport. As a player, she boasts a remarkable record, having been crowned Caribbean Squash Champion and clinching the National Champion title of Jamaica on 13 occasions. With over 20 years of experience in squash coaching and leadership roles in sports administration, including serving as the General Manager of Netball Jamaica and the 2nd Vice President of the Jamaica Rifle Association, Anderson is a well-rounded sports figure. Her outstanding accomplishments led to her nomination for the RJR Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year Award in 2008.


Vice President - Central America

Born El Salvador

Cristina Echeverria works at the German Embassy in San Salvador and serves as the General Secretary of the Salvadoran Squash Federation. Previously, she worked as the General Coordinator at the German School in San Salvador and as a Product Manager and New Product Development Manager at Bayer de Centroamérica y el Caribe. With over 25 years of experience in the sport, she has been a player on the Salvadoran National Team, referee at Pan American Championships, and organizer of major events.



Born Argentina

Juan Pablo is a prominent player and leader in squash. Throughout his career, he has achieved significant titles in South American and Pan American competitions, including being runner-up in the South American U19 championship in 1987 and South American champion U23 in 1992. He has also been part of standout teams, such as the silver medal at the Mar del Plata Pan American Games in 1995.
Additionally, he has played a prominent role in squash administration and event organization, serving as president of associations and organizer of major championships.
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