Greensboro Appoints Nasha McCray as New Parks and Recreation Director | Native information

GRÜNSBORO – Nasha McCray loses the “interim” from her title.

The long-time official of the parks and leisure department has officially become the department’s new director.

McCray has been with the city since October 2009 and has been the division’s assistant director since December 2015.

She began her career as a planner for the city of West Palm Beach, Florida and was a senior planner in Jacksonville, North Carolina.

Her appointment ends a nationwide search that began last year when Wade Walcutt stepped down as director of the Parks and Recreation Department to accept a position in Cincinnati.

Greensboro city officials said Tuesday McCray was instrumental in this:

McCray holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Central Florida.

She will make $ 123,962 a year, according to the city.

Contact Margaret Moffett at 336-373-7031 and follow @MargaretMoffett on Twitter.

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