The Club is honored to welcome Longtime City Employee, Retiree activist, educator and Navy veteran Phillip Orland to its board of directors.
Phil managed recreation programs for all ages as Principal Recreation Supervisor for Rec and Parks. He worked for the City from 1975 to 2010.
He was a member of the board of directors for the Retired Los Angeles City Employees, Inc. (RLACEI), coordinating educational seminars for Retirees on the Affordable Care Act and financial planning. He also played an important role in promoting LACERS’ wellness program, designed to help retired members enjoy a healthy and active retirement.
He’s a board member for the professional organization Men in Leisure Services, raising money to provide training and networking opportunities for those in recreation. He is also a board member for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program in Orange County and is an ambassador to the Korean Bell of Friendship Committee.
He volunteers on wellness issues for the College of Health and Human Services at Cal State, Long Beach. He received the 2015 Alumni Community Service Award from the school.
Phil served the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Henderson during the Vietnam conflict.