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Louisville Announces New Director of Parks, Recreation & Open Space

Post Date:11/20/2018 3:50 PM

Louisville City Manager Heather Balser has selected Nathan Mosley as the new Director of Parks, Recreation & Open Space for the City of Louisville.

Mr. Mosley has more than 14 years of experience in the public sector and most recently worked as the Director of Parks and Open Space for Adams County, Colorado.  He is a skilled manager with proven success in leading large projects, managing budgets of more than $30,000,000, building strong collaborative teams, and creating a positive work environment with a focus on providing excellent customer service to both internal and external customers.  He brings experience working with community members, elected officials, and staff to develop and define community goals and identify innovative strategies to achieve them.  He has a BS in Psychology from Tennessee Technological University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado Denver.  Mr. Mosley is slated to begin in late-December.

“It is my great pleasure to announce that Nathan Mosley will be joining the City of Louisville as the Director of Parks, Recreation & Open Space.  Nathan competed in a national recruitment for the position.  Four candidates were interviewed for the position and Nathan rose to the top of this pool – I am excited to have him join the Louisville team,” stated City Manager Heather Balser.

“I would also like to thank City Council, Board & Commission representatives and City staff who attended the Open House for the candidates and assisted with the interview process. We had four excellent candidates and appreciate their professional commitment to public service and their interest in the City of Louisville,” said City Manager Heather Balser.

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