Leadership

The Freedom Park Conservancy Board of Directors exists to oversee the general policies of the Conservancy, and to provide guidance and support to ensure its continued long-term strength. Because Freedom Park is so large and touches so many intown communities the FPC Board of Directors is made up equally of representatives of the many neighborhoods that border the park and an equal number of at-large ‘Regional’ Directors.

The FPC Directors representing each neighborhood are liaisons between the Freedom Park Conservancy and their respective neighborhoods. Neighborhood Directors are elected to the FPC Board for 2 year terms and may be re-elected up to a maximum of 6 consecutive years.

The Board of Directors meets 12 times per year to discuss the business of the conservancy and the needs of the Park.

Harriett Lane, Chair
Realtor, Coldwell Banker Intown
Druid Hills*
Nancy Boyd, Vice Chair
Community Activist
Old Fourth Ward Alliance
Christina Moore, Vice Chair
Partner, Taylor English Duma LLP
Candler Park*
Jay Sandhaus, Treasurer
Senior Vice President of Technology, Mobilewalla
Candler Park
Nancy Megehee, Secretary
Retired, IBM
Old Fourth Ward Neighbors*
Philip Covin
Vice President Property Sales and Leasing, Pollock Commercial
Inman Park*
Steven J. Cushing
Senior Account Executive, Noritsu America
Poncey-Highland
David Hamilton
Principal, Praxis3
Inman Park
Beth McDonald
Community Activist
Poncey-Highland*
Naka Nathaniel
Artley Industries
Lake Claire*
Jennifer R. Riley
GE Power Senior Counsel, General Electric Company
Candler Park
Phil Wise
Vice President of Operations,  The Carter Center*
Lake Claire
Stephanie Wolfgang
Landscape Architect, Senior Associate, Perkins + Will
Virginia Highland
* denotes neighborhood and Carter Center elected representatives

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