The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has reappointed four members of the Fairfax County Park Authority Board to serve four-year terms.
Board Chairman William G. Bouie and Treasurer Timothy B. Hackman were reappointed by the Board of Supervisors at a meeting on Nov. 17, 2020. Vice Chair Ken Quincy and At-Large member Faisal Khan were reappointed by the Supervisors at a meeting on Dec. 1, 2020. The terms of all four Board members will expire in December 2024.
Chairman Bouie has represented the Hunter Mill District on the Park Board since 2005 and has served as Chairman since 2009. He is currently the president and CEO of Sky Communications, Inc. and is an active volunteer in civic organizations.
Treasurer Hackman was appointed to the Board in 2016 to represent the Dranesville District. The retired IBM executive has also served two terms as President of Friends of Riverbend Park (FORB), a nonprofit citizens group dedicated to the responsible stewardship and preservation of Riverbend Park. He serves as the Chair of the Diversity and Succession Committee, as well as Vice Chair of the Strategic Planning and Initiatives Committee. He also serves as liaison to the Arts Council and Tree Commission.
Vice Chair Quincy was named to the Board in 2007 as the Providence District representative. In addition to serving as Board Vice Chair, he is chair of the Budget Committee with Funding Policy and Bond, Planning and Development Committee and Strategic Planning and Initiatives Committee. He also serves as liaison to the Fairfax County School Board.
Park Board Member Khan, a resident of Falls Church, was named an at-large member of the Board in 2012. The local businessman serves as chairman of the Administration and Board Management Committee. Mr. Khan is chair of the Administration and Board Management Committee. He also serves as a member of the Park Authority Board Awards Committee and Park Operations Committee.
Fairfax County Park Authority Board members are appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and set policy and establish priorities for the park agency. The 12-member Park Board has members representing each magisterial district, as well as three at-large members.
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