Scott Bangle, CPRP
Scott Bangle began his appointment as the Parks Director/General Manager of the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District on April 1, 2009. Since joining the District, Scott has applied his “results oriented” management style with a strong passion for sustainability, health/wellness, and social equity. Scott is a former President of California Association of Regional Park and Open Space Administrators (CARPOSA), former President of the National Association of County Park and Recreation Officers (NACPRO), and Past Commissioner for the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Commission of Accreditation. In 2015, Scott was inducted as a fellow into the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA) an organization of distinguished practitioners and scholars committed to the advancement of the park and recreation field. He holds a B.S in Management, B.S. in Workforce Development and Education, and an M.S. in Recreation, Sports and Tourism.
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Kyla Brown, CPRP
Parks and Recreation Bureau Chief
Kyla Brown joined the Park District team in June 2010 as Recreation & Tourism Chief, which evolved into the position of Park and Recreation Chief. Kyla came to the District from the City of Fontana, where she worked in various capacities since 1994, most recently as a Community Services Manager. While working for Fontana, she managed a wide range of recreation programs including aquatics, special events, senior services, community centers, cultural arts programs, library programs, health and wellness programs, and marketing. Kyla participated on the design and operations team for six new facilities in Fontana, helping the City expand community services. Under her supervision, the District opened its two most recent venues, the Jurupa Aquatic Center, aka The Cove Water Park (May 2011), and the Rancho Jurupa Sports Complex (Fall 2011). Kyla holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Master of Public Administration degree.
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Brande Hune, SPHR, CPRP
Business Operations Bureau Chief
Brande Hune became Chief of Business Operations for the Riverside County Regional Parks and Open Space District in November of 2010. Brande came to the District from the Riverside County Human Resources Department, where she worked as a Human Resources Services Manager since 2002. There she was responsible for providing a wide range of human resource services to a number of county departments including the Parks District. In addition, Brande has extensive private sector experience working for Chrysler Corporation/Mopar as an Operations Supervisor, Labor Relations Manager, and Operations Manager at Mopar’s largest field distribution center. Brande holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Masters degree in Public Administration..
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Resources Bureau Chief
Keith began his tenure with the Riverside County Regional Parks and Open Space District in early 2007 when he became Historic Preservation Officer (HPO). In January of 2011, Keith was appointed as Chief of Natural, Cultural and Historical Resources. The Resources Bureau Chief plans, directs, and coordinates the District’s programs in interpretation, historic preservation, and natural resource management. In this role, Keith continues to serve as the HPO for the District and the County. He also represents the District on the Santa Rosa Plateau Committee and serves as the Chair of Reserve Management Committee for the Southwestern Riverside County Multi-Species Reserve. Keith holds a MA degree and prior to coming to the District served as the Asst. Division Mgr. for the Illinois Historic Sites Division.
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