Time Darden

Time Darden, Operations Manager

It is Park Slope’s proximity to Prospect Park and the convenient walkability of the neighborhood that appeals to Time Darden, a member of the Civic Council since 2013. Time, who has lived in Park Slope for over a decade, decided to join after participating in one of the Council’s Civic Sweeps, a chance for neighbors to come together to weed and mulch trees and pick up litter on sidewalks. She’s been enjoying her time on the Council ever since.

As the Operations Manager, Time helps to coordinate member engagement, manage data and correspondence for membership, and events like Food for Thought, Art Slope and the Annual House Tour. When it comes to recruiting new members, Time likes to say that it feels good to contribute to the community and to play a tangible part in its betterment. She believes that being on the Council strengthens the social ties and infrastructure that make Park Slope a nice place to work and play. For Time, there are palpable rewards for being on the Council: “I like the community engagement, teamwork and sense of camaraderie I get from working as part of the Civic Council,” she says. “I see the positive impact that the organization has on the community and the way in which the vigilance and hard work keep the neighborhood healthy, vibrant and current.”



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