Curtis is the head tennis professional at nearby Springfield Golf and Country Club, where he has been since 1996. As the top tennis professional, he directs the junior tennis program, has coached sectional ranked junior players and instructs adults of all levels.
In the four-year span from 1994-98, Curtis was the varsity tennis coach at St. Stephen's/St. Agnes School, coaching in the top conference in the Washington, DC area. He was director of tennis at Washington Hilton Sport and Health for one year directing all aspects of the tennis program for both guests of the hotel and members of the Sport & Health Club, including running tournaments, clinics, drills and private lessons.
Curtis organized and directed the Munich and Augsburg United States Military Community adult and junior tennis programs. He coached Munich American High School and German junior tennis teams to eight conference titles. He was an instructor to nationally ranked German junior players, including having trained two world class female players.
He earned a B.A. in Psychology and Business in 1986 from The University of Maryland, European Division. As a player, he participated in international tournaments, including Pro Satellite events in Austria and Germany. He won the United States "All Forces European Championship" in 1993. He participated in German Team Tennis League with ATP ranked players.
He is certified by the United States Professional Tennis Registry (USPTR) and United States Racquet Stringers Association (USRSA). He is a member of the German (DTV) and Bavarian (BTV) Tennis Associations and the National Prince Pro Team.
He resides in Springfield, Va. with his wife Catherine, and their three children.