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  • Operational Leadership

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.3 credits offered

    Operational Leadership represents best practices in creating effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability in operations from recreation and parks to park and facility planning and administrative support

    imageOperational Leadership is part of NRPA's Leadership Certificate, and for best value it is suggested that you purchase the entire certificate package if you intend to complete the program. 

    Operational Leadership represents best practices in creating effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability in operations from recreation and parks to park and facility planning and administrative support. Course outcomes:

    How to lead a successful organization;
    How to instill operational efficiency and effectiveness;
    Measuring organizational performance; and
    The public service motivation.


  • Human Capital Management

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.3 credits offered

    This course explores the characteristics of Human Capital Management. Most park and recreation agencies spend half of their budget or more on labor costs. As a result, it is imperative to receive a good return on investment in employees as they are an organization’s most important asset.

    imageHuman Capital Management is part of NRPA's Leadership Certificate, and for best value it is suggested that you purchase the entire certificate package if you intend to complete the program. 

    This course explores the characteristics of Human Capital Management.  Most park and recreation agencies spend half of their budget or more on labor costs.  As a result, it is imperative to receive a good return on investment in employees as they are an organization’s most important asset. Course outcomes:

    • Creating an effective organizational culture;
    • Developing effective teams;
    • Leadership skills necessary for excellence in human capital management; and
    • Creating a performance focused organization.
  • Innovation Lab, Austin: New Ideas for Connecting Children of All Ages to Nature

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/08/2017

    Join us for the follow up webinar to the Innovation Lab in Austin to hear highlights from the event including; how park agencies are using data mapping to address nature equity, examples of city wide school/park collaborations that increase kids opportunities to get outside, and cross department policy changes that build support for connecting kids to nature programs and investments.

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    NRPA, in collaboration with the Austin Parks and Recreation Department, National League of Cities and the Children & Nature Network's Cities Connecting Children to Nature team, brought together park and recreation leaders in May to discuss innovative strategies that create meaningful connections to the outdoors for youth within urban communities. With a focus on underserved populations, this Innovation Lab offered an opportunity for park leaders to hear directly from youth participants on the role parks have played in transforming their environmental ethic and connection to the outdoors. 

     Join us for the follow up webinar to hear highlights from the event including; how park agencies are using data mapping to address nature equity, examples of city wide school/park collaborations that increase kids opportunities to get outside, and cross department policy changes that build support for connecting kids to nature programs and investments. 


    Lori Robertson (Moderator)

    Director of Conservation, National Recreation and Park Association

    As Director of Conservation at the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Lori Robertson provides strategic direction and fundraising oversight for NRPA’s conservation portfolio. With background as a science educator in both public school and residential outdoor programs, Lori has spent her career working to connect young people with the natural world. She comes to NRPA from the Student Conservation Association where she led SCA’s national engagement strategy and created programs focused on providing urban residents with service, learning, and recreation opportunities on public lands. She is a graduate of the 2016 American Express Nonprofit Leadership Academy, a current student at Georgetown University and mom to 3 year old River.

    Julia Campbell

    Program Coordinator, Cities Connecting Children to Nature Austin Parks & Recreation Department

    Before she signed on to Austin’s Cities Connecting Children to Nature Initiative, Julia Campbell spent 7 years with Austin based non-profit consulting firm Corcoran & Co where her client work centered on large scale events and fundraisers. In her time at Corcoran & Co she had the opportunity to work with Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center, Texas Children & Nature, and The Children & Nature Network planning the 2015 Children in Nature International Conference where she was introduced to the growing Children in Nature movement. In March of 2016 Julia joined the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department to help lead the planning process for Austin’s CCCN Initiative. Over the past year she has worked across departments and sectors in Austin to build relationships and identify the strategies that now make up Austin’s CCCN Implementation Plan. Since November 2016 she has been leading execution of this plan and is excited to see these strategies unfold throughout 2017.

    Mikaela Randolph

    Director, Cities and Nature

    Mikaela Randolph serves as the Director of Cities and Nature for the Children & Nature Network. In this role, she is part of the leadership team that leads the Cities Connecting Children to Nature Initiative, a joint initiative between the National League of Cities and the Children & Nature Network focused on equitable access to nature for all children. Mikaela provides technical assistance to the current seven cities cohort. Mikaela has expertise in shared use practices at both the local and national level.

    Justin Svingen

    Planner, Public Health Madison & Dane County

    Justin Svingen is a Public Health Planner with Public Health Madison and Dane County working on issues relating to health and the built environment.  Justin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Upper Iowa University and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.  Justin’s professional career has touched on many issues of importance to the convergence of the health and planning fields including transportation, environmental sustainability, urban design, and policy development through a public health lens. 

     

    Most recently, Justin has focused on the profound impact nature has on educational, economic, and health outcomes.  Justin played a key role in the development of “Madison Connecting Children to Nature, an Implementation Plan” as one of seven cities selected by the National League of Cities and the Children and Nature Network to develop plans to connect children living in more urban environments to natural areas and landscapes. Justin continues to coordinate implementation efforts and partnership development for the initiative.  

  • Realizing the Promise & Potential of Smart Parks

    Contains 4 Component(s), 0.1 credits offered Recorded On: 05/19/2017

    Join us for this webinar to learn how the Park District uses Soofa’s sensors to measure park traffic and what it does with the data, such as improving operations and programming and telling a fuller story about how much value its parks provide the community.

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    The Internet of Things is everywhere, from the fitness trackers on our wrists to the infrastructure in our cities. The amount of sensors and IoT technologies is predicted to increase 4 times by 2020, and their application in and benefits for parks is no exception. One example, Soofa, a startup company from the MIT Media Lab, helps park & recreation agencies deploy sustainable, IoT sensor-enabled phone charging stations in parks. Gain insight into how this technology works and ways the data can be used to improve operations and tell a fuller story about community parks. The discussion will include best practices and lessons learned for deploying new technology in parks and public spaces, including ideas for gaining internal support and funding for new technology, and more about the process of working with a new startup company and the benefits of co-creating a product, and the keys to launching and completing a successful pilot project.


    Sonia Myrick (Moderator)

    Managing Editor, Parks & Recreation Magazine, NRPA

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    Edward Krafcik

    Director of Partnerships, Soofa

    As director of strategic partnerships and product development at Soofa, Ed is interested in improving the health of cities and communities with technology. Working alongside cities and park districts, business leaders, real estate developers, social scientists, landscape architects and urban designers, he attempts to re-imagine parks and public landscapes as smarter, more social, and more sustainable. A former landscape architect and an MBA, he sits on the board of Parks and Recreation Magazine providing the perspective of a startup doing business with local government and a voice for new technologies that add value to parks. He speaks and writes regularly about smart parks and smart cities.

    Bobbi Nance

    President, Recreation Results

    Bobbi Nance is the founder of Recreation Results where she helps teams find value in their data, capitalize on trends, implement strategy, and push innovative thinking to increase their impact in the communities where they work. Bobbi's presented hundreds of workshops across North America all focused on breaking down complex topics and sharing practical approaches to putting them to use.

  • Leadership Certificate Package

    Contains 4 Product(s)

    The NRPA Leadership Certificate is designed to provide leaders practical and applicable methods for transforming themselves and their agency. This new certificate offers a robust online learning opportunity for maximum flexibility. The program navigates through the latest in leadership principles that will take you and your agency to the next level.

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    The NRPA Leadership Certificate is designed to provide leaders practical and applicable methods for transforming themselves and their agency. This new certificate offers a robust online learning opportunity for maximum flexibility. The program navigates through the latest in leadership principles that will take you and your agency to the next level. Whether you come from a large or small agency the NRPA Leadership Certificate will prepare you to handle any decision that comes your way.

    Program Overview

    The online certificate is delivered in four courses that will expand upon the leadership foundation you have developed as a current senior leader within your organization or help to build a foundation for those who are aspiring to leadership roles within park and recreation. Each course is 2-3 contact hours in length and engages learners with thought provoking exercises. The online courses have been designed with the working professional in mind, and we respect your time. Whether you have ten minutes or an hour, you can take advantage of the online program at your leisure. 

    Who Should Enroll?

    Current and aspiring senior managers or professionals who are working in or aspiring toward leadership roles.

    Program Details

    Four online courses will provide you with a deep dive into the concepts that make good leaders great. Each course will provide Continuing Education Units (CEU) for participants. In order to receive your NRPA Leadership Certificate you must complete each of the four courses. You may register for each course individually, but for the best deal purchase them here, as a package. The four courses are as follows:

    • Strategic Thinking is a process that defines how you think about, assess, view, and create the future. Leaders have the responsibility to include strategic thinking for themselves, their employees and the organization as a whole by applying these strategies for the part of the organization that they are responsible for. Topic areas:

      • Strategy and Leadership, or Creating a strategy-focused organization;
      • There are two sections devoted to developing strategy; and
      • The final section discusses how strategies are implemented.
    • Human capital management explores the characteristics of Human Capital Management.  Most park and recreation agencies spend half of their budget or more on labor costs.  As a result, it is imperative to receive a good return on investment in employees as they are an organization’s most important asset. Course outcomes:

      • Creating an effective organizational culture;
      • Developing effective teams;
      • Leadership skills necessary for excellence in human capital management; and
      • Creating a performance focused organization.
    • Operational leadership represents best practices in creating effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability in operations from recreation and parks to park and facility planning and administrative support. Course outcomes:

      • How to lead a successful organization;
      • How to instill operational efficiency and effectiveness;
      • Measuring organizational performance; and
      • The public service motivation.
    • Diversity and cultural awareness explores the importance of developing a diverse, equitable, and ethical workplace. To instill an innovative and progressive workplace, it is important that leaders consider how to instill diversity into the organizational culture. This course will cover the following four areas:

      • Defining culture, diversity, and inclusion; 
      • Designing an inclusive environment for your organization both internally and externally;
      • Managing community outreach; and
      • Creating an ethical organization.

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    On April 27, 2017, NRPA held an introductory webinar that provides a broad overview of the content contained within this program. This webinar is not for credit and free to view.

    Leading to Create Organizational Excellence

    This webinar  provides an overview of four key areas of leadership: strategic thinking, human capital management, operational leadership and diversity and cultural awareness. Organizational excellence is largely accomplished from the development of these competencies throughout the organization. The session is intended for all levels of leadership from agency directors and department heads to front line leaders and those aspiring to lead. Strategic thinking is characterized by various forms of strategic direction such as master and strategic plans. Human capital management discusses how to create an environment in which employees can do their best. Operational leadership represents best practices in creating effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability. Diversity and cultural awareness includes discussion of creating an inclusive work environment and providing services to the community that is welcoming to all. Weaved throughout all of these areas is an emphasis on developing cultural competence and well defined organizational values.   

  • Strategic Thinking

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.3 credits offered

    Part of NRPA's Leadership Certificate, Strategic Thinking is a process that defines how you think about, assess, view, and create the future. Leaders have the responsibility to include strategic thinking for themselves, their employees and the organization as a whole by applying these strategies for the part of the organization that they are responsible for.

    NRPA Leadership Certificate

    Strategic Thinking is part of NRPA's Leadership Certificate, and for best value it is suggested that you purchase the entire certificate package if you intend to complete the program. 

    Strategic Thinking is a process that defines how you think about, assess, view, and create the future.  Leaders have the responsibility to include strategic thinking for themselves, their employees and the organization as a whole by applying these strategies for the part of the organization that they are responsible for.  The course is intended for all levels of leadership from agency directors and department heads to front line leaders and those aspiring to lead. The course covers the following topic areas: 

    • Strategy and Leadership, or Creating a strategy-focused organization;
    • There are two sections devoted to developing strategy; and 
    • The final section will discuss how strategies are implemented.
  • Innovation Lab Los Angeles: What is Park and Rec's Role in Combating Homelessness?

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/09/2017

    NRPA, in conjunction with Los Angeles Recreation and Parks, recently hosted an NRPA Innovation Lab to discuss the role of Park and Recreation Departments in supporting innovative efforts to eliminate homelessness nationwide. Using case studies and examples from Los Angeles and around the country.

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    Each night, over half a million people in the U.S. are considered homeless and don't have a bed of their own on which to lay their head. With waves of investments revitalizing our nation's largest cities, housing prices are soaring, forcing poor renters out of their homes and into the streets and parks, creating tensions between park and recreation professionals and park users. As city leaders across the nation roll out plans to end homelessness, park and recreation agencies are finding themselves on the front lines balancing their park and recreation mission with additional social service roles. The issue of homelessness is complex, with progress depending on a holistic approach that requires collaboration between federal, state and city agencies and non-profits.

    NRPA, in conjunction with Los Angeles Recreation and Parks, recently hosted an NRPA Innovation Lab to discuss the role of Park and Recreation Departments in supporting innovative efforts to eliminate homelessness nationwide. Using case studies and examples from Los Angeles and around the country, participants in this webinar will learn from thought leaders from both inside and outside the field on eliminating homelessness while providing public parks and recreation programs and services for all users.

    Kevin O'Hara

    Former Vice President of Urban and Government Affairs, National Recreation and Park Association

    Kevin oversaw NRPA's Federal Advocacy efforts and leads NRPA's engagement with urban directors and agencies. Previously, O'Hara was Manager of Government Affairs for the American Society of Landscape Architects where he oversaw advocacy efforts on urban parks, green infrastructure, children's access to nature and more. O'Hara also worked for a non-profit in the higher education finance sector where he led advocacy and college access initiatives. O'Hara earned a B.A. Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Minnesota's Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs. 

    Stephen Bentley

    Superintendent of Strategic Planning, Communications and Analytics,City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

    Stephen C. Bentley is an Assistant Director in the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department (PRCR) in Raleigh, North Carolina. In this role he is responsible for overseeing strategic planning, design, communications and technology. Stephen has extensive experience in park master planning, system wide plans and studies, engaging designs and communication strategies. His passion is working with the public/private/nonprofit sectors to create great public places and experiences for everyone to enjoy. Stephen specializes in stakeholder engagement and has worked for parks and recreation agencies at the federal, state, county and now local level of government over his 20 year career.

    Stephen has a Bachelors Science (BS) in Recreation and Leisure Services Management from East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania and a Masters Science (MS) in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Administration from Michigan State University.

    Anthony-Paul Diaz, Esq.

    Executive Officer & Chief of Staff, Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

    Anthony-Paul (AP) Diaz is the Executive Officer and Chief of Staff for the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP).

    He is responsible for helping to manage and oversee all day to day operations of the Department, while assisting the General Manger in all governance and leadership matters related to the Park's Commission, City Council, City Attorney and Mayor's Offices.

    AP has over 18 years of professional experience and service to the City of Los Angeles. Prior to assuming his duties at RAP, he served as a City Attorney in the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office where he handled and litigated hundreds of matters in the Criminal Branch and as a specially assigned prosecutor in the City's Neighborhood Prosecutor Program. Thereafter, he served in the Civil Division's Municipal Law Branch as legal counsel to the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, General Services Department and as lead contract counsel for the Los Angeles Police and Fire Departments. He also served as one of the principal City Attorneys assigned to advise and staff the Los Angeles City Council.

    Prior to assuming the role of Executive Officer & Chief of Staff, AP served many years as General Counsel for Recreation and Parks, helping guide the Department on many high profile and important endeavors, most notably the transformation, restoration and management model for the historic and iconic Greek Theatre.

    AP also serves as an instructor at the Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles Fire Department Leadership Academies teaching Adult Development Theory and Transformational Leadership and is a Judge Pro Tem for the Los Angeles Superior Court.

    AP was born in Hollywood and grew up and went to school in Santa Monica. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Politics from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, Washington and a Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. 

    Jesús Aguirre

    Superintendent, Seattle Parks and Recreation

    Jesús Aguirre has served as the Superintendent of Seattle Parks and Recreation since June 2015. Aguirre began his career as a middle school science teacher in Los Angeles in the 1990s and most recently, served as the State Superintendent of Education for the District of Columbia. Prior to that role, Aguirre served as the director of the District of Columbia Department of Parks and Recreation. Aguirre is a proud father of three children attending public schools. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the WP Carey School of Business at the Arizona State University.

    Briana Hensold

    Principal, Sasaki

    Brie is a principal and urban planner and in Sasaki's Urban Studio. Her work encompasses multiple scales and regions, from to city-wide parks master plans and riverfront master plans to downtown districts. With a passion for understanding and improving cities, Brie brings a focus on integrating people, communities, context, and the human experience to Sasaki's planning and design ideas and projects. She has extensive experience with community engagement processes and an understanding of the complex range of constituencies involved in implementing a successful planning project. Brie has completed multiple parks and recreation master plans, each of which brings together quantitative analysis with a qualitative, systems-based approach that is customized to each place.

    Brie holds a Master in Urban Planning with an urban design concentration from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and a Bachelor of Arts in architectural studies from Rice University.

  • Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework!

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/25/2017

    Learn more about NRPA’s recently launched Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework. NRPA will present an overview of how and why the Action Framework can be a beneficial tool for your community.




    Join us to learn more about NRPA's recently launched Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework. NRPA will present an overview of how and why the Action Framework can be a beneficial tool for your community. And Sara Zimmerman from the Safe Routes to School National Partnership and Bianca Shulaker from the Trust for Public Land will discuss several successful community examples that put these steps and strategies into action. Finally learn more about the opportunity to receive free technical assistance and be a pilot community for the Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework!

    Rachel Banner

    Director of Park Access at National Recreation and Park Association

    As a public health professional its my goal to combine my skills and experience to ensure that everyone has an environment around them that encourages inspiration, well being, health, physical activity and a connection to the community. I am dedicated to reducing health disparities in low-income communities by learning from and helping others make a change in their community environment.

    With successful experience building strong partnerships with community based organizations, organizing and managing large volunteer groups, developing communications materials, and conducting research, I have the foundations to help your community or organization advocate for and promote changes in built environments, policies, and systems that encourage healthy behaviors.

    I would love to learn about how your organization is contributing to or would like to create a better environment for health!

    Sara Zimmerman

    Technical Assistance Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership

    Sara Zimmerman is the Program and Policy Director for the Safe Routes to School National Partnership. Sara oversees the work of the Program and Policy team in providing technical assistance and advocacy around transportation equity and increasing physical activity and safe walking and bicycling for children and adults. Prior to joining the National Partnership in 2013, Sara worked for many years as a senior staff attorney and program director for ChangeLab Solutions, a national legal and policy nonprofit focused on healthy communities. Sara clerked for Judge Richard Paez of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and graduated from Swarthmore College (Phi Beta Kappa) and UC Berkeley School of Law (Order of the Coif).

    Bianca Shulaker

    Federal Grants Program Manager

    Bianca Shulaker is the Federal Grants Program Manager at The Trust for Public Land, a national nonprofit that works to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. Previously, Shulaker worked with The Trust for Public Land's Planning, Research, and Evaluation team, and her work has focused on the intersection between the environment, sustainability, and health. She has a Master's of Planning degree from the University of Southern California, and a BS in Environmental Science, with minors in Environmental Engineering and Public Policy, from the University of California, Los Angeles.

  • Rec2Tech: Empowering Your Agency to Start Small, Think Big, and Program Better

    Contains 4 Component(s), 0.1 credits offered Recorded On: 01/12/2017

    ​Join us for an introduction to NRPA's Rec2Tech Initiative. Program managers will talk about partnering with private companies and universities to create new opportunities for kids to design, tinker, and innovate. NRPA staff will discuss why easy-to-use tech programming matters for the social equity pillar. And you'll hear how expanding opportunities for children to learn about simple science, art, and basic computing can also pad your budget.

    Webinar_Final.png Join us for an introduction to NRPA's Rec2Tech Initiative. Program managers will talk about partnering with private companies and universities to create new opportunities for kids to design, tinker, and innovate. NRPA staff will discuss why easy-to-use tech programming matters for the social equity pillar. And you'll hear how expanding opportunities for children to learn about simple science, art, and basic computing can also pad your budget.

    Oliver Spurgeon III

    Government Affairs Manager, National Recreation and Park Association

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    Ani Martinez

    Rec2Tech

    Ani Martinez works as a community-builder in the fields of digital media & literacy, the arts, and civic engagement in the City of Pittsburgh. As part of a local nonprofit, The Sprout Fund, Martinez leads initiatives like Rec2Tech in order to address the digital divide, facilitate community-to-program relations, and catalyze agency within the city's emerging network of change-makers. Key findings on Rec2Tech can be found here.

    Her process includes creative strategy, facilitation design, event production, grant management, and client-community relations. Martinez has been a specialist in digital media fluency & part of the Remake Learning stewardship team since 2013.

    Lou Karas

    Director, Center for Arts and Education, West Liberty University

    Lou Karas is the Director of the Center for Arts and Education at West Liberty University. The Center is a multi-faceted, hands-on learning lab, maker space and resource center focused on the integration of the arts, creativity and technology across all disciplines. She also teaches in the Community Education and Teacher Education programs at the University. Ms. Karas has over thirty-five years of experience in the administration, design and evaluation of programs in community and school settings.

    Shante' Stokes

    Assistant Manager of Technology, M-NCPPC, Prince George's Department of Parks and Recreation

    Shante' Stokes is the Assistant Manager of Technology at the Southern Regional Technology and Recreation Complex in Fort Washington, MD. The 37,000-square-foot, LEED Silver-certified building is one of the newest and most innovative multi-generational recreation complex in the country. Stokes, coordinates STEM programs for citizens of all ages that provide opportunities to learn about the latest technological advances and to enhance Science, Engineering, and Math skills. Programs consist of basic computer skills, digital art, gaming/coding, robotics, science, audio engineering, website design, and gadget tips and tricks. Stokes, has partnered with national and local organizations to build Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission's, Department of Parks and Recreation capacity to offer quality STEM programs to youth throughout the region. Stokes graduated from SUNY Brockport with a Master's Degree in Public Administration.

    Shawn Grimes

    Interim Executive Director, Digital Harbor Foundation

    Shawn Grimes has nearly 20 years of experience as a technologist in a variety of fields including mobile, cyber security, and software engineering. He has held high level engineer and systems architect positions in the fields of federal government, healthcare, and financial corporations before joining the Digital Harbor Foundation where the Rec2Tech movement began in 2013 with a re-opened recreation center in Baltimore, MD. Shawn is currently the Interim Executive Director at Digital Harbor Foundation where he focuses on fostering learning, creativity, productivity, and community in youth.

    Jamie Beechey, CPRP, CPSI

    Deputy Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, City of Pittsburgh

    Jamie Beechey is the Deputy Director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Pittsburgh. She has oversight of new program initiatives, fund development, policy, out of school time programs, nutrition and personnel; and, just like other recreation personnel, all other duties as assigned or stumbled over/upon.

    Jamie graduated from Slippery Rock University, majoring in Parks and Recreation with an emphasis in Community Leisure Services. Jamie has an extensive career in the field of parks and recreation, with over 27 years' experience in both the public and private sectors.

    She holds certifications as a park professional (CPRP), a Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI), and as a Certified Pool Operator (CPO). Additionally she holds certificates from NRPA/NC State in Park Maintenance Management and Recreation Directors Schools.

  • Athletic Field Maintenance

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.2 credits offered

    Learn the proper techniques and best practices needed to keep your agency’s athletic fields safe, usable, and attractive. This course is an excellent resource for maintenance staff, landscapers, and facility managers.

    Learn the proper techniques and best practices needed to keep your agency's athletic fields safe, usable, and attractive. This course is an excellent resource for maintenance staff, landscapers, and facility managers.