National Recreation & Park Association

Because everyone deserves a great park

aka NRPA   |   Ashburn, VA   |  www.nrpa.org

Mission

To advance parks, recreation and environmental conservation efforts that enhance the quality of life for all people.

Ruling year info

1933

President & CEO

Kristine Stratton

Main address

22377 Belmont Ridge Rd

Ashburn, VA 20148 USA

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EIN

13-5563001

NTEE code info

Professional Societies, Associations (N03)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (C01)

Civil Rights, Social Action, and Advocacy N.E.C. (R99)

IRS filing requirement

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NRPA Programs

The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) is the leading not-for-profit organization dedicated to building strong, vibrant and resilient communities through the power of parks and recreation. With more than 60,000 members, NRPA advocates this mission by investing in and championing the work of park and recreation professionals and advocates- the catalysts for positive change in service of equity, climate-readiness, and overall health and well-being.

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National Recreation & Park Association

Board of directors
as of 11/17/2021
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Board chair

Carolyn McKnight-Fredd, CPRP

Eagle Methods Management Consulting

Term: 2021 - 2022

Jesus Aguirre

Seattle Dept. Parks and Recreation

Jack Kardys

J Kardys Strategies, LLC

Nonet Sykes

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Xavier Urrutia

Alamo Colleges District

Michael Abbate, FASLA, LEED AP

Abbaté Designs

Kathy Abbott

Boston Harbor Now

Jose Diaz

Ballard Partners

Victor Dover

Dover, Kohl & Partners Town Planning

Angelou Ezeilo

Greening Youth Foundation

Richard Gulley

San Diego Park & Recreation Board, and Balboa Park Conservancy

Susie Kuruvilla

Gurnee Park District

Joanna Lombard

University of Miami School of Architecture

Joshua Medeiros, Ed. D, CPRP, AFO

City of Bristol Parks, Recreation, Youth and Community Services

Monica Hobbs Vinluan

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Lakita Watson, CPRP

Richland County Recreation Commission

Greg Weitzel, MS, CPRP

Department of Parks and Recreation (City of Las Vegas, NV)

Phillip Wu, M.D.

(retired) Kaiser Permanente Northwest Region

Rebecca Armstrong

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Arnold Randall

Forest Preserve District of Cook County

Mollie Marsh-Heine

Earthjustice

Organizational demographics

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