NRPA's Board of Directors and the Challenges Ahead
In many ways, 2012 has been a test of the structural and strategic changes in how the National Recreation and Park Association governs itself. The past year saw the first term of single board leadership structure (the position of president was eliminated in favor of just the chair role). Having recently downsized the board from 70 trustees to the current 21 directors, the current board now operates on an “at-large” basis for each member rather than selection on a geographical or specialty basis to allow easier ....
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