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Park Authority Board Selects 2014 Leadership

The Fairfax County Park Authority Board selected its 2014 officers, choosing members with past leadership experience to serve in top posts. Chairman William G. Bouie was reelected and will serve his sixth term as chairman. Providence District Representative Ken Quincy was elected to serve as Vice Chairman. At-large Member Kala Leggett Quintana will serve as Board Secretary and Mason District Representative Frank Vajda will serve as Treasurer.

Chairman Bouie, who represents Hunter Mill District, joined the Park Board in 2005. He is an executive in the telecom field. He is also an active volunteer in the community involved in many civic ventures. He has focused recent efforts on serving as a member of the Board for Wolftrap as well as Reston Hospital, and youth sports organizations throughout Northern Virginia.

Vice Chairman Quincy has been a member of the Park Board since 2007. Quincy currently chairs the Park Planning and Development Committee and has been extensively involved in the planning of park amenities in the redeveloping Tysons. He is a longtime resident of Vienna. He retired from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation after 31 years on the job. Quincy has been an active volunteer in this community for many years.

Secretary and At-large Member Quintana is a resident of Burke and has served on the Park Board since 2010. She is a communicator by trade, serving as director of communications for the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission and also acting Public Information Officer for the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. She is an active user of park facilities where she visits with her family and has a lengthy record of public service and volunteerism in the community.

Park Board Treasurer Vajda was appointed to the Park Board in May 2001. He retired from the United States Air Force after a 28-year career. He is an active community volunteer with Park Watch and Friends organizations as well as a member and leader of local civic and community groups.

The Fairfax County Park Authority Board is appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and sets policy and establishes priorities for the park agency. For more information, visit the Park Authority Board online or contact the Public Information Office at 703-324-8662.

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