Magazine article Parks & Recreation

New Regional Reps Eager to Serve NRPA Members

Magazine article Parks & Recreation

New Regional Reps Eager to Serve NRPA Members

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Working from NRPA's headquarters in Ashburn. Va., four new, customer-service representatives are focusing on connecting NRPA's geographic regions to meet the needs of members.

"By closing the offices and refocusing, I think what members are going to see is a much more professional product." says Holly Doerflinger, who joined NRPA in September and is in charge of the Southeast Region.

Sherry Romello, who joined NRPA in August, oversees the regions as the director of education and conferences. Romello has more than 13 years of experience working for nonprofit organizations. Her career has taken her from the American Waterways Operators to the National Apartment Association. She has overseen major conferences with thousands of attendees as well as created, planned and implemented educational and promotional materials for members.

One of the challenges Romello foresees at NRPA is staying ahead of trends in the field in the face of budget cuts. Romello wants to look at cost-saving measures to deliver information to members, such as Web-based educational seminars.

Diane Bombard joined NRPA in September, and is in charge of the Northeast, Pacific Southwest, Pacific Northwest and Mid-Atlantic regions. Bombard wants to reach out to individual members and assess their needs and concerns so that she can better plan meetings, programs and future agendas. Some of the areas she is hoping to focus on include the Pacific Southwest Maintenance Management School, National Leadership Development School and the New England Training Institute & Exposition. …

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