Greg Marshall has been involved in the stewardship of the natural and historic resources of the Garden State for more than three decades, working with county parks, state parks and the National Park Service.
He recently retired as superintendent of the Thomas Edison National Historical Park, where he served from October 2007 to September 2011 overseeing a major renovation of the Edison Labs. Before that, Greg was the superintendent of Sagamore Hill National Historic Site in Oyster Bay, New York, home to President Teddy Roosevelt, and served as project manager for the Fort Hancock Rehabilitation Project at the Sandy Hook Unit of the Gateway National Recreation Area. He began working for NPS in 2002 as assistant director of Planning and Partnerships for the National Parks of New York Harbor.
Greg served as the director of the NJ Division of Parks and Forestry from 1985 to 2002, during which time the State Park Service grew in acreage as did the number of historic sites it managed and the number of visitors. Previously, he was the director of the Hunterdon County Park System.
He has served as president of the Northeastern State Park Director’s Association, president of the New Jersey Recreation and Park Association, and as a member of the New Jersey Commission on Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities, the Board of Directors of the National Association of State Park Directors and the New Jersey Tourism Advisory Council among others.