Glencoe Park District Executive Director Named to Illinois Park & Recreation Association Board of Directors

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Glencoe Park District Executive Director Named to Illinois Park & Recreation Association Board of Directors


Park, Illinois, Weishaar, Recreation Association -. Heather, Outreach, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Illinois Park and Recreation Association - Heather Weishaar, Outreach Director

The Illinois Park & Recreation Association (IPRA) has appointed Lisa Sheppard, CPRP, Executive Director of the Glencoe Park District, to serve as the Chicago Metro Representative to IPRA's Board of Directors. She replaces Margaret Resnick, Executive Director of the Mundelein Park District, who retired.

Lisa Sheppard has over 30 years of experience in the field of parks and recreation, where she has worked for progressive, innovative, and award-winning park districts. Her work resume is extensive, with experience in all major disciplines of the district including recreation, facility and parks management, public relations, marketing, and fiscal management. Lisa spent 15 years as the Superintendent of Recreation at the Gurnee Park District and in 2013 became the Executive Director for the Glencoe Park District.

In 2019 the Glencoe Park District, under her leadership, became an Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency and was awarded the NRPA National Gold Medal for the first time. Other outstanding achievements for Lisa include several state and national recreation honors including her Gurnee Park District NRPA Gold Medal, IPRA Professional of the Year, IPRA Marcy Adams Spirit Award and Gurnee Days Honoree. …

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