Ken Quincy, a resident of Vienna, was named to the Park Authority Board in March, 2007 as the Providence District representative. Since his selection, he has played an active role in Board affairs. He currently serves as Board Vice Chair, and chairman of the Funding Policy and Bond Committee and Planning and Development Committee.
Quincy also serves as vice chair of the Budget Committee and as a member of the Administration and Board Management Committee. In addition, he is the liaison to the School Board.
Quincy retired from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in 1997 after 31 years in bank supervision and regulatory compliance. He served in bank examination and corporate application review, policy formulation, and management capacities. He has also provided volunteer service on various committees and the Board of Directors of Federal Deposit Insurance Federal Credit Union since 1974. He has served as director, vice chairman and chairman of the board.
He also has experience as a volunteer serving as president of the Dunn Loring Woods Civic Association since 1998. He has served in the AARP Taxaide program, a program which offers free income tax return preparation for senior citizens and low and moderate income individuals. Quincy has also found time to provide volunteer instruction as part of the Fairfax County Adult ESOL program.
Quincy appreciates green spaces and is an advocate of open space preservation and the creation of outdoor recreational amenities such as trails, fields and other facilities in Fairfax County.