Brookhaven, GA – According to the city, Brookhaven’s new Director of Parks and Recreation will begin work in January. His name is Ray Holloway, from Clinton, Mississippi.
According to Holloway’s LinkedIn profile, he has been the Director of the City of Clinton Parks and Recreation Department since 2002.
Holloway, a native of Booneville, MS began his work with the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department in November of 2002 after several years of working with Tupelo Department of Parks and Recreation.
He is a graduate of Mississippi State University in Physical Education and Abnormal Psychology. He is also a graduate from the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) Directors School and the Executive Development Program at Clemson, University.
He is currently the President of Mississippi Recreation and Parks Association (MRPA) and the Interim Executive Director for the Mississippi Senior Olympics (MSO).
Holloway and his wife, Rochelle, have four children; Meagan, Trey, Austin and Ryvers.
Brookhaven’s City Manager, Marie Garrett, says that Holloway will “play a vital role in overseeing the Parks Master Plan as well as developing the policies that will guide the future development of our parks and recreation programs.”