CPRP Preparation 2022: Four Letters; Unlimited Possibilities.
Recorded On: 02/01/2018
Whether you want to make a bigger impact on your community, keep your expertise fresh, or improve your professional status, becoming a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) will open the door to more and better opportunities. This archived webinar demonstrates how becoming a CPRP has benefitted so many others in the profession, and to learn some insider tips on how to apply and pass the exam.
National Recreation and Park Association
As certification manager at the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), Molly Sullivan manages all aspects of the Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) and the Certified Park and Recreation Executive Certification (CPRE) programs. Prior to coming to NRPA, Sullivan volunteered for and worked at various historical and agricultural parks in Northern Virginia, where she developed an interest in gardening that she continues to nurture today.
Karla Kelley, MS, CPRE
Regional Manager, DC Department of Parks and Recreation
Karla Kelley is a distinguished leader with a successful 20 year history of working at the intersection of community needs and assets, programmatic and policy solutions. Karla is the interim Therapeutic Recreation Manager with DC Department of Parks and Recreation and has worked for the department for 2 years. She is responsible for the programmatic, administrative and fiscal oversight of a citywide therapeutic recreation program, She is a Certified Park and Recreation Executive and holds a Masters degree in Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration from Western Illinois University. Karla's passion has culminated in more than 20 years of professional work experience in the field of youth development, education and recreation management. Karla serves as a member of National Recreation and Parks Scholarship and Award Committee.